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Here's a List of Reasons to Visit Uluwatu, Bali – A Most Enchanting Destination

Uluwatu should be on your bucket list of places to visit in Bali, a sleepy, surfer destination of ancient temples and gorgeous coastlines. Here are a few reasons to make Uluwatu your next holiday destination.


Enjoy the Best Sunday Party

The Sunday parties at Single Fin are legendary; the Cliffside bar is so popular that tourists from other towns make it a point to visit the place on a Sunday. Enjoy drinks and fine food to marvellous views of surfers at sea and sunbathers on the beach; hang around for the perfect sunset and make memories to last a lifetime. The parties there are always a blast and it is wise to make a prior reservation in order to avoid disappointment.


Chill on Padang Padang Beach

Featured in the hit movie Eat Pray Love, this beach is one of the most beautiful in Uluwatu. Just 16 minutes from Alila Villas Uluwatu, the beach is ideal for swimming when the tide is in. At low-tide coral and rocks are revealed and donning a pair of water shoes you can explore the rocky shore. Make sure to hang around long enough to witness the amazing sunsets.


Relish a Healthy Smoothie

Nalu Bowls is located at Single Fin Club; there you can treat yourself to a super healthy smoothie bowl. The perfect place to enjoy a lazy breakfast to the sight of surfers playing the breaks at Blue Point Beach; Nalu Bowls is just as good as enjoying long lazy mornings and the comforts of Bali luxury villas, for at these fab resorts one can look forward to being pampered and encouraged to be as laid-back as you like.


Explore Uluwatu Temple

Uluwatu is an ancient cliff-top temple that one simply must not avoid visiting. The place is very popular for its beautiful sunsets and traditional Kecak dances which takes place in the evenings. The place is also home to a large number of monkeys and some traditional artefacts. Make sure to wear a long skirt and tops with sleeves, or you can buy a traditional sarong and shawl to wrap yourself up before entering the temple.


The People are Pretty Cool

Uluwatu is home to a mix of people from surfers to backpackers and friendly locals. The ambience is one of relaxed content and you will feel right at home with the fun-loving community there.


The Surfing is Fab

Plenty of beaches tucked into pretty Cliffside's await you in Uluwatu. Bingin Beach is clean and beautiful and you need to climb down a steep set of stairs to reach this beach. The surfing there is good, but should be attempted at high tide in order to avoid the sharp reef. Keramas Beach too is ideal for surfing; the waves are large and fast at this black sand beach while the Impossible Beach is ideal for professional surfers to enjoy, offering thrilling rides and lots of superfast breaks.