Nothing quite speaks of a proper vacation like soaking up the sunshine with a tasty tipple in hand while lounging casually on a sunbed with the sounds of waves lapping against the shore and wicked tunes in the background to set the mood.
One of these spots is Sundays Beach Club where you will find a funicular ride that takes you down to the private beach. With a restaurant, sun loungers and bean bags, Sundays also offers an array of free water sport activities such as paddle boarding, kayaking and snorkeling.
With uninterrupted views of the Indian Ocean, OMNIA Dayclub is another spot that is sure to please. It affords an all-encompassing daytime experience with a consistent roster of international DJs and artistes, which is easily its best selling point.
Among the other notable beach clubs in Uluwatu include Roosterfish Beach Club and Ulu Cliffhouse. While some of these beach clubs offer complimentary entry with a minimum spend, be prepared to fork out an entrance fee to spend the day there.
Discover and experience the beautiful scenery around our Bali hotels.
Also known as the Uluwatu Cliff, Karang Boma is a jaw-dropping limestone overhang with a drop-off of about 100 metres straight down into the ocean that would leave anyone in awe of its surrounding landscape.
A cultural spectacle not to be missed, the Kecak and Fire Dance is a traditional ceremony combining dance, music and theatre with a spectacular sunset as the backdrop – an absolute must-see when in Uluwatu.
Uluwatu has long been a legendary surf destination, and with so many great surf breaks and spots to choose from, it is no wonder that both amateurs and pros never fail to keep going back time and time again.
Despite being one of the busiest travel destinations in the world, Bali’s cultural roots run deep with Hinduism as its main religion and Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park pays ode to the benevolent Hindu God Visnu.