All variant and surfed skill waves are here to be found, from Belimbing to Pugung Tampak, from beginner until advance, from novelties until surf Brahmans.

  1. BELIMBING

    More spots hide between headlands all the way to Belimbing on the tip of the Bengkulu Peninsula, which is rumoured to have a good wave, but no roads lead there. Similar point break style setup to Bengkunat as the curve of reef follows the large headland around into the bay.

  1. BENGKUNAT

    Bengkunat is a proper point break setup that faces due west so the SE winds blow offshore, while a more W swell direction walls it up.

  1. UJUNG SIGING

    Despite being a promising set-up, Siging seldom delivers the goods. Different sections may have their day and the end of the reef is inside the point and well wind protected, but it is a disorganized spot.

  1. NGAMBUR

    Unexplored reef breaks and full of surprise quality wave

  1. BALI VILLAGE

    An expedition south will pass by Bali Village, a set of rights and lefts facing a Balinese settlement near to the massive shipwreck of the Full King, grounded on the reef.
    Bali Village Wave

  1. WAY JAMBU

    The wave in this area offers experienced surfers the barrels of their lives, critical take-off into a top to bottom barrel. As these typical waves, the local fishermen name it as Absolute Evil.

    15 minutes drives south is the answer for those looking for a more challenging wave. The set-up at Way Jambu (Pear River) is heavy and few surfers will actually dare to tackle these hollow and powerful waves breaking dangerously close to sharp reef. Sectiony in the extreme, it varies greatly with tide and swell direction, but wide-open tubes are the constant theme at any size. Aka. the Sumatran Pipeline, it goes without saying this spot is for experts only and will be far safer on a higher tide. The coastal road leads to numerous other spots seldom surfed, as most surfers don’t bother checking out these less documented, wind sensitive breaks. Rumours said can hold into 12 fts swell!!!
    Way jambu Wave

  1. BIHA

    A long railing reef break, just a perfect right hander with 5 choices of line up.
    Biha Wave

  1. UJUNG BOCOR / KARANG NYIMBUR

    It’s a long, consistent left hander with alternating barrel and turn sections. It provides long and fun barrel 300m rides. Ujung Bocor is quite consistent and always has a wave even though it is hollower and little more challenging at low tide. Just because it is the closest to the camps, 3 minutes walk up the beach, the wave gets the most crowded.The waves range in scope from heavy, dredging barrels to long carveable down the line performance walls.
    Karang Nyimbur

  1. VOLCANO/ CIANJUNG/ BATU BELAH

    A great solid A frame wave and always giving a good performance when Ujung Bocor uncontrollable.

  2. MANDIRI BEACH

    A long stretch of beach just west of the camp that is always fun and can get epic. It takes 20 minutes drives north. A very consistent beach break.

  1. LINTIK

    Undiscovered reef break

  1. UJUNG WALUR

    On the outskirts of the city, Ujung Walur picks up more swell while still enjoying offshore winds, the ride is real short but barrel technicians able to backdoor the hollow peak will be rewarded.

  1. THE PEAK-KRUI

    The Peak is a short right tube that fizzles water out into deep water, like the other waves it need a big swell to get riding and it is also popular with the body board crowd. The peak is located just south of Krui left and it takes 30 minutes drives north. As The Peaks are the well known names of waves, a  wise choice to surf will be unforgettable experience of surfing Indo . Around the headland facing south is a tricky coral platform, which is sensitive to wind and swell size. Can get a crowd from the adjacent krui surf camp.
    The Peak

  1. KRUI RIGHT

    Krui Reefs in town of Krui requires a huge swell to get riding. The right offers long rippable walls and the odd barrel. These waves are some of the best in the area. It takes 30 minutes drives north. A long stretch of occasionally firing beachbreak precedes the bustling town of Krui where two reefs flank a nice beach that is unfortunately polluted by the townsfolk and when the river mouth opens. Krui Right is a zippy, peeling righthander that needs a bigger SW-W swell to break clear of the reef and is surfable through the tides.

  2. KRUI LEFT

    Krui Left is a hollow, quality sprint that compares to Bingin on Bali, but only the largest swells swing past the protruding southern point. Beach used as latrine and rivermouth filthy when flowing.

  1. LA’AI

    A short fun right hander, just a long the main street to Tebakak

  1. PULAU PISANG

    Pulau Pisang translates as Banana Island where waves break along both sides of the island, reachable by boat from Tebakak. The right is long, fairly fast, but quite manageable over the friendly reef and its orientation favours the off-season W winds. The super-sucky lefts are usually flat out barrels requiring speed and skill at this crowd-free spot.

  1. JENNYS RIGHT

    Heading south past the slabby, bodyboard only spot of Honey Smacks leads to the fun, chilled-out Jennys Rights, perfect for wall cruising and the odd cover-up.

  1. HONEY SMACK

    Its bogey board wave certainly, can hold to 9ft over solid swell and also famous as Sumatran Teahupoo, it is a short but intense left barrel. 90 minutes drives north.
    Honey Smack

  1. JIMMYS POINT

    It’s one of the areas premiere waves and located just over one hour from UTOPIA Krui Surf Camp. When the wind is side shore at Ujung Bocor or in Krui, cruise to Jimmy’s and enjoy either a long, hollow challenging left or a sucking wave, slightly less hollow right. Both break off the headland facing and an amazing stretch of white sand beach. It drives north. Enjoys the best reputation among the northern breaks. The left is long with an intense barrel from take-off, while the similarly intense right offers a hollow wall, but is plagued by a tricky shallow exit.