Shares much with Nyang Nyang in that it is a swell-magnet right, horribly exposed to the trade winds and is at the bottom of a long, strenuous cliff path. If the wind isn't on it, then a fast, punchy right sucks and spins off the reef, then walls up nicely before pitting on the last bit of reef before the channel. Home of the strongest current in Bali, which whips out to sea at various angles, making it hard to stay in position. Lots of sets will catch you out and goofy's will be tempted to try the left next door, but the rip and reef generally prevent it from being a touch on the right. Gets crowded because the morning glass window is short. It's also a long hike from anywhere.