With this many beaches, beachside bars and beach clubs around, there is evidently no shortage of options when it comes to finding the perfect sunset spot within Uluwatu. With that said, another real contender worth checking out is the Karang Boma Cliff.
A quick search online will reveal Karang Boma’s most sought-after photo spot – a little flat plain prior to its rugged cliffside drop-off. For that sensational money shot, the locals will offer the service of their drones or you could use your own with a small fee.
Karang Boma naturally makes for an amazing viewpoint for sunrise and sunset, but its charm also lies therein the lack of visitors compared to everywhere else in Uluwatu. It is surprisingly quiet and peaceful, with a chilled atmosphere complemented by calm sounds of nature.
While it definitely is safer than looks, it is best to exercise caution when traversing the edges of Karang Boma especially with the presence of children or pets. Nevertheless, it truly is a phenomenal feeling when on the very edge.
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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.
Regardless of the aesthetic and ambiance you are after, look no further than the exquisite beach clubs scattered around Uluwatu for a fun day out as there is no better way to rest, relax and party in style.
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.