Uluwatu Temple

Uluwatu temple is precariously located at the point of sheer cliff on the island’s southern peninsula. It is one of the oldest and most important temple in Bali, one of the six original sad kahyangan (territorial) temple on the island. Travelers rave about Uluwatu Temple’s stunning cliff-side locale and beautiful architecture. This combination is rendered only more dramatic by the crashing of waves more than 200 feet below. But don’t think that you’ll have this isolated sanctuary to yourself. UluwatuRead more

Karang Boma Uluwatu

“What many locals still consider a secret spot, this cliffside hides a world renounced surf break and jaw-dropping view of Uluwatu. We managed to locate the trail and cliff with some drone recon, while meeting a local cow farmer who pointed us down the right trail. Absolutely breathtaking experience” @chrispoops   “Perched up on this incredible cliffside, we watched the sun fade back behind the seas of Indonesia” Mason Prendergast @masonprendergast “Sunset is still my favorite color” Merta Sedana @mertasedana10Read more

Padang Padang Beach

A popular surfing break with wonderful waves and good facilities. Or just bask in the sun – this little sand beach is perfect. You can also come across some monkeys there so do not leave your things unattended. You may remember the beach from the film Eat, Pray, Love. There are also plentiful food vendors and umbrellas for rent. The surfing break is offshore, but the waters in close are calm and there’s a good shallows area by the overhang.Read more

Bingin Beach

Bingin is a stunning beach with unrivaled views over the Indian Ocean and the great wave that make it one of the most demanded surfing points by surfers in Bali and the world. The five star wave here is big, powerful and challenging. It has been able to stimulate and fascinate the adrenaline of every surfer, and especially the experienced and professional surfers. Bingin Beach is located Pecatu Village, South Bali. It is only 30 minutes from Denpasar Airport andRead more

Green Bowl Beach

Green Bowl Beach can be accessed from Ungasan as there are signboards all over this this area directing People to the beach. The only reason why Green Bowl Beach doesn’t attract large crowds is because of the relatively long and arduous path that leads down to the beach. But for the ardent off the beaten path beach enthusiasts, walking is by no doubt a worthy option. Upon conquering the hundreds of steps that lead down to the beach, the experienceRead more