Uluwatu, the often unfairly forgotten southern tip of Bali on the Bukit Peninsula enchants with its rough charm. Rugged cliffs, high waves, sunburned vegetation and long, winding coastal roads create an atmospheric picture whose earthy tones are reminiscent of Greek islands.
You can’t go to Uluwatu without watching the insanely talented surfers from up above. You’ll be blown away about the size of the waves, but even more blown away by the beautiful sunsets every night. There’s tons of epic viewpoints to choose from, but probably the most popular spot would be Single Fin.
What to See and Do There’s arguably no better place to be on Sunday in Bali than at the legendary Single Fin in Uluwatu! It’s located at the very top of Uluwatu Beach, and is the prime spot to watch the talented surfers from above while destroying a delicious meal and cold beer. As the night progresses, the music gets louder, and the party vibes are seriously amazing!
Suluban Beach is one of the many incredible Uluwatu Beaches located in the south of Bali. What makes Suluban Beach so special is that it’s completely hidden and enclosed by tall rocky cliffs. The beach is very popular among surfers and tourists. You’ll also find plenty of photographers here hoping to capture a perfect shot of the ocean between the cliffs. Suluban Beach is a beautiful natural gem and one you have to check out for yourself!
Blue Point Resort & Spa
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