5 Secret Beaches in Bali – Part 2

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  1. Sundays Beach

Another private beach that easily falls into the ‘hidden’ category is the 165m stretch of sand below The Ungasan Clifftop Resort (formerly Semara Uluwatu) in Ungasan. A minimum deposit of IDR 250,000 applies for outside guests, later deducted for food and beverage purchases. Its only access is via a two-minute funicular ride down between two cliff walls. The sea here is swimmable and crystal clear. Here you can also enjoy Mediterranean cuisine under breezy, thatched-roof shades with ocean views served from the semi-open kitchen. The club’s beach is a great option for a laid-back day on a clean and quiet coast, with fun beach activities to keep you and your family or friends busy. Continue reading “5 Secret Beaches in Bali – Part 2”

5 Secret Beaches in Bali – Part 2

Hidden Beach & Surf Spot in Ungasan Bali

greenbowl2.jpgGreen Bowl Beach is one of Bali’s most secluded beaches, a small 30 m coastal strip with coarse white sand, located approximately 75 meters down hundreds of steps under a verdant cliff in the village of Ungasan (a 15-kilometer drive from Kuta, and under half an hour from Nusa Dua). The steep descent and climb required owes much to its appeal, attracting only adventurous weekenders and die-hard surfers favoring its uncrowded waves and exotic location. Continue reading “Hidden Beach & Surf Spot in Ungasan Bali”

Hidden Beach & Surf Spot in Ungasan Bali