Uluwatu is a gorgeous destination at south Bali, known for its clifftop views and home to Bali’s finest beaches. In Uluwatu, you have an exceptional blend of relaxing surfing vibes and a number of the very best luxury hotels and resorts in Bali. Uluwatu still has a natural feel about it being a popular destination in Bali. You always feel like you’ve got your own area, and it is a bit more relaxed. Whether you decide to stay at Uluwatu or visit for the afternoon, here are some of the most extraordinary steps to take in Uluwatu Bali.
- Spend The Day At Sundays Beach Club
Sundays Beach Club is a gorgeous beach club that is part of all Ungasan Clifftop Resort. You may pay an entrance fee; however, this can also be used as credit in their own restaurant. An inclinator will require you down to the restaurant and beach. Here you can eat, swim, use their water sports gear such as paddleboards and kayaks, or simply relax. It is a gorgeous beach, but it’s better to check the tides and be sure to get high tide when the beach is most suitable for a swimming pool and is prettiest.
2. Explore The Beaches
Uluwatu is home to the gorgeous beaches in Bali. Famous for browsing, not all of them are terrific for swimming. However, they are all beautiful. A few of our favorites include Bingin Beach, Padang Padang, and Thomas Beach. Spending some time on the beach is just one of the most incredible things to do in Uluwatu Bali.
3. Relax At A Spa
Uluwatu is home to some magnificent luxury hotels, and luxury hotels are home to amazing spas. Therefore, if you wish to spend two or three hours of the day relaxing, visit one of the many luxury spas in Uluwatu. We had a massage at Anantara Spa, and it was excellent. And needless to say, at Bali, you will always find more affordable massage places around too.
4. Sunset At Single Fin
If you sit upstairs, you can observe the waves roll in along with the surfing. Some evenings here are relaxing. Some evenings there is much more of a party vibe, among the most extraordinary things to do in Uluwatu through the nighttime.
5. Eat At The Restaurant Or Spend The Day At Ulu Cliffhouse
Ulu Cliffhouse is a new area perched on the edge of a valley with magnificent views. There’s a minimum spend for the day beds, but otherwise, it is free entry, unless there’s an occasion. The food is delicious, and there’s nothing better than having those stunning sea views while you consume.
6. Uluwatu Temple And Kecak Fire Dance
Uluwatu temple is set on the edge of cliffs. You can stick to the clifftop path to explore a bit further. This area is full of cheeky monkeys and thus don’t wear any jewelry or accessories. Differently, they are fair game for those monkeys. We had our driver with us who helped maintain the monkeys at bay. Still, we found many individuals shed their earrings, sunglasses, thongs (flip-flops) with monkeys working off over the edge of cliffs together with them. But go ready, and you will be fine. The views from here are magnificent, and if you go about sunset, you can watch the Kecak fire dance here.