Rise and Shine! Time to explore Uluwatu which is located in the very south of Bali, this area has the most gorgeous beaches with cliffs, an identic feature of the beaches in Uluwatu. We would recommend packing your comfiest pair of sandals or sneakers
We've compiled the best beaches to visit in Uluwatu and here's a bit about them:
Suluban Beach – This is one of the most popular surf spots in Bali, even if you’re not a surfer. The beach sits nestled among a cove and has a shipwreck; so it’s really cool to see. But the best spot to watch the surfers is from one of the bars above.
Padang-Padang beach - the entrance of the beach is already gorgeous, the moment you enter you will be greeted with temples and a small path to walk to the beach, it's also a surfing hotspot.
*Optional: if you're into surfing, you can join a beginner or intermediate surfing class.
After a sunny day at the beach, it's time to enjoy the Kecak dance performance: a captivating traditional performance the island has to offer. One of the Balinese artistic masterpieces in the form of dance and musical drama.
Held in the open air at sunset, usually above a cliff facing the sea, the drama depends entirely on the natural light of day. Starting at dusk, the story continues into the dark, when only light comes only from flickering bamboo torches.
✅ What's included?
🥙 Breakfast and lunch
🎟️ 2 beach entrance ticket
🎟️ Kecak performance entrance ticket