Located in Kutuh village, Badung, Pandawa Beach is a hidden paradisiacal beach that is famous for its spotless white sands and crystal clear water. The beach is sheltered by stunning limestone cliffs. Parts of the beach are used as farming grounds for seaweed cultivation. There are various types of seaweed that can be seen and have been used in the Pandawa community since the 1980’s. Farmers in the Pandawa community collaborate closely with other farmers from Denmark and the United states. As the beach is still a hidden secret to many, it is a great place to swim, surf and relax.
This Learning Experience is about the factors that contribute to ocean acidification and it may affect the marine life. This Learning Experience is suitable for secondary school, grade 8 students.