Photo: Warming up at Single Fin.

Eat and meet

The Bukit is vast as are your face-stuffing choices here—you won’t struggle to find everything from basic Indonesian fare to healthy-vegan-glutenfree-raw-organic or Japanese-Indian-Thai-Mexican-Pizza and indeed exceptional gourmet cuisine too. Basic beachfront warungs are not always the best value—you pay for the view, and we sometimes ate in a fancy restaurant for less—ask all about the prices if there are not on display.


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Ungasan

If you haven’t quite made it to the beach yet, but are feeing peckish, never fear as several decent options in Ungasan line Jalan Raya Uluwatu as you head to the coast.

Fill your belly at Campur Campur.

Fill your belly at Campur Campur. Photo: Sally Arnold

Campur Campur set in a funky traditional joglo is an excellent opportunity to sample Indonesian warung style fare in a clean non-intimidating setting, but you’ll have to elbow in for seat at this popular spot. Touch screen technology is all the go here—you just point and pick with more than 40 choices priced from 1,000–6,500 rupiah—yep you read that correctly, it won’t break the bank. Try all 40!

A branch of the health food shop cum cafe, Bali Buda, with excellent salads, soups and cakes sits on a bend in the road opposite a branch of Cafe Moka, a chain of Bali bakeries that serves up decent coffee and a range of delicious pastries. Another kilometre towards the beach is a branch of Bread Basket, another terrific local chain with tasty and filling sandwiches.

A big sandwich for a big appetite at Bread Basket.

A big sandwich for a big appetite at Bread Basket. Photo: Sally Arnold

Almost in Uluwatu along this major road, get your banh mi or a bowl of steaming pho at Black Rose who offer freshly prepared Vietnamese food—a convenient stop with plenty of parking on the way back from Pura Luhur Uluwatu if you’ve just been down this way for the sunset show.



Map of eating options for Ungasan
Map of eating options for Ungasan
Legend
(1) Bali Buda (2) Black Rose (3) Bread Basket (4) Cafe Moka (5) Campur Campur

Bali Buda Jalan Raya Uluwatu, Ungasan; T: (0361) 701 980; http://www.balibuda.com Mo–Su: 07:00–21:00.
Black Rose Jalan Raya Uluwatu, Ungasan; T: (0821) 4650 6211; https://web.facebook.com/BlackRoseVietnameseCuisine/ Mo–Su: 08:00–22:00.
Bread Basket 88x Jalan Raya Uluwatu, Ungasan; T: (0361) 472 5222; http://thebreadbasketbakery.com/home/ Mo–Su: 07:00–17:00.
Cafe Moka Jalan Raya Uluwatu, Ungasan; T: (0361) 701 936; http://www.cafemokabali.com Mo–Su: 07:00–20:30.
Campur Campur 66 Jalan Raya Uluwatu, Ungasan; T: (0361) 703 082, (0815) 572 2001; Mo–Su: 07:00–22:00.

Bali Buda
Jalan Raya Uluwatu, Ungasan; Bukit, Bali
T: (0361) 701 980; Under 10,000 rupiah
Black Rose
Jalan Raya Uluwatu, Ungasan; Bukit, Bali
T: (0821) 4650 6211; Under 10,000 rupiah
Bread Basket
88x Jalan Raya Uluwatu, Ungasan; Bukit, Bali
T: (0361) 472 5222; Under 10,000 rupiah
Cafe Moka
Jalan Raya Uluwatu, Ungasan; Bukit, Bali
T: (0361) 701 936; Under 10,000 rupiah
Campur Campur
66 Jalan Raya Uluwatu, Ungasan; Bukit, Bali
T: (0361) 703 082, (0815) 572 2001; Under 10,000 rupiah
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Popular attractions in Bukit

A selection of some of our favourite sights and activities around Bukit.


Balangan

From beach shacks to fancy digs, most accommodation in Balangan has a restaurant or warung attached, but head back along the beach access road for a few more options.

Cafe La Passion is about two kilometres back from the sand, but it sets out to please and make the trek worthwhile with a casual relaxing and unpretentious vibe, small swimming pool, large inflatables, movie nights and live music as well as a crowd-pleasing menu and friendly staff. Expect cafe fare with a Mexican bent with mains around the 50,000–100,000 rupiah mark. Coffee and cocktails and a daily happy hour(s) may please you even more (14:00–18:00).

Cool off at Alchemist.

Cool off at Alchemist. Photo: Sally Arnold

Continue another 150 metres back away from the beach to the small French-run boutique hotel Alchemist and you’ll find a delightful garden restaurant, a boulangerie with fresh home-baked breads and croissants (coffee and croissant deal for 35,000 rupiah when we were there) and a pool you can relax by all day—if it’s too far to walk back the beach, check in to one of their very cute rooms—including a treehouse! The menu is healthy Mediterranean—think pizza, pasta and salads made with love by their French chef.

If you get hungry or hot on your return to the sea, another cute spot with a pool had just opened its doors in June 2018—Wipe Out. This funky black and white joint is housed in a converted shipping container with a warung style menu—nasi, mie and hotdogs! plus free flow cocktails for two hours deal (though, we always stick to the beer when cheap cocktails are on offer). Prices are cheap and the pool sparkles and adds a few lounges for comfort.



Map of eating options for Balangan
Map of eating options for Balangan
Legend
(1) Alchemist (2) Cafe La Pasion (3) Wipe Out

Alchemist Jalan Pantai Balangan, Balangan; T: (0858) 5719 6504; http://www.alchemist-bali.com .
Cafe La Pasion Jalan Pantai Balangan, Balangan; T: (0812) 3810 9228, (0812) 4682 2188; http://lapasionbali.com/ Mo–Su: 08:00–23:00.
Wipe Out Jalan Pantai Balangan, Balangan; Mo–Su: 08:00–24:00.

Alchemist
Jalan Pantai Balangan, Balangan; Bukit, Bali
T: (0858) 5719 6504; Under 10,000 rupiah
Cafe La Pasion
Jalan Pantai Balangan, Balangan; Bukit, Bali
T: (0812) 3810 9228, (0812) 4682 2188; Under 10,000 rupiah
Wipe Out
Jalan Pantai Balangan, Balangan; Bukit, Bali
Under 10,000 rupiah
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Best places to stay in Bukit

A selection of some of our favourite places to stay in Bukit.


Bingin

Bingin is another spot where much of your eating (and drinking) can be done in-house, and if you are not a guest, do drop in for a meal at The Temple Lodge overlooking the cliffs. Breakfast and lunch are a la carte but dinner is a set deal served communal stye usually with three courses based on what is in season (220,000 rupiah) booking for dinner in person is essential before 17:00— no phone bookings. Recommended.

A plate of delish at The Cashew Tree.

A plate of delish at The Cashew Tree. Photo: Sally Arnold

Drifter Cafe sits on the corner of Jalan Labuan Saitat at the turnoff to Bingin Beach and this large surf shop/cafe/gallery is interesting for a potter about before you sit down for a drink or some healthy surfing fuel including smashed avo and decent coffee. Also check out Sea Gypsy Jewellery shop across the road while you’re there too for some usual sea-themed treasures.

The Cashew Tree is tucked into the maze of roads leading down to Bingin with a coffee bar at the front and casual open-style healthy cafe eating with bowls (80,000 rupiah), salads (from 50,000 rupiah) and burgers (from 70,000 rupiah). The coffee is decent, and ours came with a slab of banana cake. The Cashew Tree has a small shop attached selling clothing, snacks and other bits and bobs. Pick up a pair of flip-flops here made from recycled tires! And if their food doesn’t make you feel healthy enough, they have a training centre next door offering kickboxing and other fitness ventures.

The totally cute Rolling Fork.

The totally cute Rolling Fork. Photo: Sally Arnold

We’re going to roll Rolling Fork in with the Bingin list even though it’s on the way to Padang Padang on Jalan Labuan Sait, it’s near the turnoff to Bingin. And if you have a hankering for fresh homemade pasta, roll on in to this cute little restaurant housed in a recycled wooden house set back from the road. Pastas 80,000–95,000 rupiah, mains 85,000–140,000 rupiah, pizza 35,000–97,000rupiah, served in a breezy open setting, but do leave room of dessert.



Map of eating options for Bingin
Map of eating options for Bingin
Legend
(1) Drifter Cafe (2) Rolling Fork (3) The Cashew Tree (4) The Temple Lodge

Drifter Cafe 52 Jalan Labuan Sait, Bingin; T: (0817) 557 111; https://driftersurf.com Mo–Su: 08:00–22:00.
Rolling Fork 51 Jalan Labuan Sait, Pecatu; T: (0361) 335 0630; https://www.instagram.com/rollingforkbali/ Mo–Su: 08:00–23:00.
The Cashew Tree Jalan Pantai Bingin, Bingin; T: (0859) 5378 9675; https://www.instagram.com/thecashewtree/ .
The Temple Lodge Jalan Pantai Bingin; Bingin; T: (0857) 3901 1572, (0857) 3719 3814; http://www.thetemplelodge.com .

Drifter Cafe
52 Jalan Labuan Sait, Bingin; Bukit, Bali
T: (0817) 557 111; Under 10,000 rupiah
Rolling Fork
51 Jalan Labuan Sait, Pecatu; Bukit, Bali
T: (0361) 335 0630; Under 10,000 rupiah
The Cashew Tree
Jalan Pantai Bingin, Bingin; Bukit, Bali
T: (0859) 5378 9675; Under 10,000 rupiah
The Temple Lodge
Jalan Pantai Bingin; Bingin; Bukit, Bali
T: (0857) 3901 1572, (0857) 3719 3814; Under 10,000 rupiah
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Padang Padang

Padang Padang is chockers with cute and funky style cafes and restaurants and you will not struggle for a decent coffee, a healthy bite or a decent meal.

Most places sit along the main road, Jalan Labuan Sait, and heading east to west you can’t go wrong stopping in at the popular Bukit Cafe if you fancy a golden turmeric chai latte (35,000 rupiah) or any other number or coffee options. Cute setting, quality ingredients and hearty servings—just don’t trip over the pile of coconuts.

Anyone for a coconut? At Bukit Cafe.

Anyone for a coconut? At Bukit Cafe. Photo: Sally Arnold

Along the road a bit, stop in for a smoothie bowl at Nalu Bowls, peruse a new board (or hire one before you hit the waves) at the White Monkey Surfshop next door or the check out the cute beachwear at Coco Hut boutique then pop in to Buddha Soul for another healthy meal option, but it’s hard to choose from the long menu in this spot where the walls and the food are equally colourful.

Four hundred metres further on, in front of Pinkcoco Hotel is the local branch of Trattoria, our go-to stop for great Italian style pizza in Bali. Go for lunch to take advantage of the good value midday deal—with an entree, pizza, dessert and a drink from 79,000++ rupiah—more than enough for two!

On the next corner under the mango tree, The Mango Tree dishes up Mexican inspired fare with live music some evenings from 19:00. Friendly staff mentioned it can get packed when the band plays, and is better to book a table in advance. Across the road, and upstairs away from the noise of the street, Om Burger will have you meditating on which (mostly) non-meat burger to choose. Carnivores may even crave a return visit.

Still going strong at Yeye’s Warung.

Still going strong at Yeye’s Warung. Photo: Sally Arnold

Continuing west another 750 metres, you’ll hit Yeye’s Warung tucked into a bend in the road. This leafy relaxing spot has the claim to fame as the first restaurant in Padang Padang. Surfer vibe with friendly staff and a menu pages long—they’re obviously doing something right.

Breezing further round the road, you’ll breeze into Padang Padang Breeze (we’d head out the back for one of their lovely rooms). Grab a spot on the vine-shaded terrace and enjoy a delish fresh fish barbecue.



Map of eating options for Padang Padang
Map of eating options for Padang Padang
Legend
(1) Buddha Soul (See Nalu Bowls)(2) Bukit Cafe (3) Nalu Bowls (4) Om Burger (5) Padang Padang Breeze (6) The Mango Tree (See Trattoria)(7) Trattoria (8) Yeye’s Warung

Buddha Soul 99X Jalan Labuan Sait, Padang Padang; T: (0821) 1214 0470; https://www.facebook.com/buddhasoul Mo–Su: 08:00–22:00.
Bukit Cafe Jalan Labuan Sait, Padang Padang; T: (0822) 3620 8392; https://web.facebook.com/Bukitcafebali/ Mo–Su: 07:00–22:00.
Nalu Bowls 63 Jalan Labuan Sait, Padang Padang; T: (0821) 4575 5461; https://www.nalubowls.com/nalu-bowls-bukit/ Mo–Su: 07:30–18:00.
Om Burger Jalan Labuan Sait, Padang Padang; T: (0812) 3913 617; https://www.facebook.com/Omburger-Superfood-Burgers-626525750734432/ Mo–Su: 07:30–22:00.
Padang Padang Breeze A4 Jalan Labuan Sait, Padang Padang; T: (0812) 383 7096; https://web.facebook.com/Padang-Padang-Breeze-135470769892371/ .
The Mango Tree 17 Jalan Labuan Sait, Padang Padang; T: (0878) 6246 6763; https://www.jimbanksurf.com/mango-tree Mo–Su: 07:00–22:00.
Trattoria Jalan Labuan Sait, Padang Padang; T: (0822) 4735 4706; http://trattoriaasia.com Mo–Su: 08:00–24:00.
Yeye’s Warung Jalan Labuan Sait, Padang Padang; T: (0812) 380 7892; https://www.facebook.com/Yeyes-Warung-Padang-Padang-Bali-1447283208900098/ Mo–Su: 12:00–24:00.

Buddha Soul
99X Jalan Labuan Sait, Padang Padang; Bukit, Bali
T: (0821) 1214 0470; Under 10,000 rupiah
Bukit Cafe
Jalan Labuan Sait, Padang Padang; Bukit, Bali
T: (0822) 3620 8392; Under 10,000 rupiah
Nalu Bowls
63 Jalan Labuan Sait, Padang Padang; Bukit, Bali
T: (0821) 4575 5461; Under 10,000 rupiah
Om Burger
Jalan Labuan Sait, Padang Padang; Bukit, Bali
T: (0812) 3913 617; Under 10,000 rupiah
Padang Padang Breeze
A4 Jalan Labuan Sait, Padang Padang; Bukit, Bali
T: (0812) 383 7096; Under 10,000 rupiah
The Mango Tree
17 Jalan Labuan Sait, Padang Padang; Bukit, Bali
T: (0878) 6246 6763; Under 10,000 rupiah
Trattoria
Jalan Labuan Sait, Padang Padang; Bukit, Bali
T: (0822) 4735 4706; Under 10,000 rupiah
Yeye’s Warung
Jalan Labuan Sait, Padang Padang; Bukit, Bali
T: (0812) 380 7892; Under 10,000 rupiah
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Uluwatu

Just as you hit the border (or so we think) of Padang Padang and Uluwatu, look for the simple rustic shed-like spot within a row of shops, and here you’ll find La Baracca Italian Resturant (also with branches in Canggu and Seminyak). Italian like mama makes and you’ll wish you had discovered it earlier.

Next door the ever popular Suka Espresso is the go-to coffee/brunch stop in this part of the world. You’ll suka (like) it! Around the next outside corner, Outside Corner is a pleasant spot to hang with a pool table, ping pong and a skatebowl out the back and fresh and flavourful food, sometimes with two for one deals too (but read the small print).

Smile, you’re at Single Fin.

Smile, you’re at Single Fin. Photo: Sally Arnold

Time to hit the waves, and on your return, hit the bar at the famously popular Single Fin, overlooking the cliff at Uluwatu. This cliff-hugging laidback spot is a hit with surfers heading back from the curls with their wide balcony overlooking the break below and icy cold Bintang (plus dozens of other beers and cocktails too). It can get pretty hectic here and if you are a group, it’s wise to book—comfy booths that seat up to ten require a minimum spend of 2,000,000 rupiah every day except Sunday when the minimum jumps to 7,200,000 rupiah (come thirsty!).

At nearby Coco & Poke, create your own bowls of goodness (75,000–95,000 rupiah) or choose from their suggestions, but leave room for a creamy Cocowhip treat (70,000–95,000 rupiah)—it almost tastes like ice-cream! Back up the hill, you may be tempted to have a browse in The Find as you pass for homewares and cloths with a beachy vibe.

These were soooo yum! At Mana Uluwatu.

These were soooo yum! At Mana Uluwatu. Photo: Sally Arnold

For manna from the Gods, head around the cliffs to Mana Uluwatu at Uluwatu Surf Villas (and if you’re cashed up, a sleep here is worth considering too). This simple and stylish restaurant, not only delivers on the views, our lunch here was by far the best we sampled on the Bukit. Simple tacos may not sound that enticing, but we tried the duck with salsa verde and pomelo and our driver the Balinese chorizo and eggs (75,000 rupiah), and what the Brazilian and Indonesian chefs do here is simply sensational (our driver raved about this meal for days!), all for the price of a nasi goreng on the beach! The huge jug of iced citrus and mint infused water for 20,000 rupiah was a steal too (and refilled for free). Larger plate are a little pricier at 150,000–250,000, but for lunch the smaller size was just perfect.

Back from the cliffs, near a bunch of guesthouses on Jalan Pantai Suluban, Ulu Resto draws the surfer crowd with its big breakfasts and laid-back old-school vibe.

Perk up at Ulu Resto.

Perk up at Ulu Resto. Photo: Sally Arnold

For something a little healthier in this corner of town, just up the road, is Land’s End Cafe with healthy organic breakies all day (well until 15:00). A deal for 65,000 rupiah for any item off the breakfast menu plus a small smoothie or a French press coffee was on offer when we popped in too.



Map of eating options for Uluwatu
Map of eating options for Uluwatu
Legend
(1) Coco & Poke (See Single Fin)(2) La Baracca (3) Land’s End Cafe (4) Mana Uluwatu (5) Outside Corner (6) Single Fin (7) Suka Espresso (8) The Find (9) Ulu Resto

Coco & Poke Jalan Mamo, Uluwatu; T: (0878) 6164 012; https://www.facebook.com/cocopokebali/ .
La Baracca Jalan Labuan Sait, Uluwatu; T: (0821) 4517 5621; http://www.labaraccabali.com Mo–Su: 13:00–23:00.
Land’s End Cafe 18 Jalan Pantai Suluban, Uluwatu; T: (0821) 4745 0249; https://www.facebook.com/Lands-End-Cafe-208449872650184/ We–Mo: 08:00–15:30.
Mana Uluwatu Jalan Pantai Suluban, Uluwatu; T: (0817) 555 421; http://www.uluwatusurfvillas.com .
Outside Corner Jalan Labuan Sait, Uluwatu; https://www.facebook.com/outsidecorneruluwatu/ Mo–Su: 08:00–01:00.
Single Fin Jalan Mamo, Uluwatu; T: (0361) 769 941; http://www.singlefinbali.com .
Suka Espresso 10 Jalan Labuan Sait, Uluwatu; T: (0812) 4652 7605; https://www.sukaespresso.com Mo–Su: 08:00–22:00.
The Find Jalan Mamo, Uluwatu; https://www.instagram.com/thefindbali/ Mo–Su: 09:00–22:00.
Ulu Resto Jalan Pantai Suluban, Uluwatu; T: (0857) 3915 8918; http://www.uluresto.com/ Mo–Su: 08:00–22:00.

Coco & Poke
Jalan Mamo, Uluwatu; Bukit, Bali
T: (0878) 6164 012; Under 10,000 rupiah
La Baracca
Jalan Labuan Sait, Uluwatu; Bukit, Bali
T: (0821) 4517 5621; Under 10,000 rupiah
Land’s End Cafe
18 Jalan Pantai Suluban, Uluwatu; Bukit, Bali
T: (0821) 4745 0249; Under 10,000 rupiah
Mana Uluwatu
Jalan Pantai Suluban, Uluwatu; Bukit, Bali
T: (0817) 555 421; Under 10,000 rupiah
Outside Corner
Jalan Labuan Sait, Uluwatu; Bukit, Bali
Under 10,000 rupiah
Single Fin
Jalan Mamo, Uluwatu; Bukit, Bali
T: (0361) 769 941; Under 10,000 rupiah
Suka Espresso
10 Jalan Labuan Sait, Uluwatu; Bukit, Bali
T: (0812) 4652 7605; Under 10,000 rupiah
The Find
Jalan Mamo, Uluwatu; Bukit, Bali
Under 10,000 rupiah
Ulu Resto
Jalan Pantai Suluban, Uluwatu; Bukit, Bali
T: (0857) 3915 8918; Under 10,000 rupiah
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Beach Clubs

You know you’re on holidays (or just living a life of leisure) when you can spend all day lazing about in a beach club or while a way the night in a great bar, and the Bukit has scores to keep you flat on your back with your feet up and a fruity cocktail in your hand. Heading anticlockwise around the Bukit, starting in Jimbaran, this is but a handful.

Rock Bar: Indeed a bar on a rock.

Rock Bar: Indeed a bar on a rock. Photo: Sally Arnold

The Rock Bar at Ayana Resort bags a jaw dropping location perched on the cliffs above foamy waves accessible via a cliff side inclinator (which you’ll have to queue for). If you are one of the beautiful people who enjoys a drink on the rocks, you’d better pull up your socks (sans sandals of course) and hop on down to this oh so glam spot. Smart attire only of course, and wear a hat and sunscreen if you plan on getting there before dark as it’s rather exposed. To stop the rabble venturing down for a selfie only there’s a one drink per person minimum, and to nab a sofa it’s 600,000 rupiah minimum spend for a small sofa which can seat around four and 1,500,000 rupiah minimum spend for a large one that can accommodate six to eight. Resort guests gain priority access and bookings are wise in high season. If you happen to be in Bali for a full moon—go here, it rocks!

Enjoy relaxed elegance in Ulu Cliffhouse’s clifftop playground at Uluwatu with a cliffside infinity swimming pool and ample lounging options. Climb down the steep stairs (sorry no incinator here) for some action closer to the crashing waves. Come sundown, braziers light up the cliffside romance and although the evenings are when it’s busiest, it’s just as good in the day as it is by night and we’d arrive early for a swim to beat the crowds. Some of the seating requires a minimum spend of 1,000,000 rupiah, but much is no more than the price of a drink. Towels can be rented for 50,000 rupiah, but its fine to bring your own.

Ulu Cliffhouse is pretty spectacular.

Ulu Cliffhouse is pretty spectacular. Photo: Sally Arnold

Sunday’s Beach Club is open every day of the week, but every day of the week will feel like a lazy perfect Sunday here. On the Bukit’s southern coast, a clifftop inclinator transports you to a virtually private (there’s no other access except via the sea) postcard-perfect white sandy beach below lapped by an azure sea, shady thatched huts and sun lounges line the shore and food and drinks are a mere raise of a pinky away. Snorkels, kayaks and paddle boards are available if you can manage to leave the lounge, although these depend on the tides. Entry is 300,000 rupiah which includes 150,000 rupiah credit for food and drinks and a towel, and for kids aged three to 11 it’s 50,000 rupiah entry (under threes are free). At 18:00 things heat up with a beach bonfire. Arrive before 10:00 for the pick of lounges.

Around the bay from Sunday’s, Karma Beach Club offers a similar scene, however on our visit the inclinator was not working so they were offering free entry, but you had to walk down the hundreds of cliffside stairs—and back up again. When it is working however, it’s 500,000 rupiah for adults which include 300,000 rupiah credit for food and drink, and 250,000 rupiah for kids aged six to 12, including 150,000 credit. Kids under six are free. Entry includes a towel, snorkel and kayak and SUP boards can be hired for 100,000 rupiah per hour. We’d ring ahead to make sure the inclinator is in working order, particularly if you are planning to visit with kids, although if you are fit you’ll likely score the pick of spots and a nice quiet beach.



Map of eating options for Beach Clubs
Map of eating options for Beach Clubs
Legend
(1) Karma Beach Club (2) Rock Bar (3) Sunday’s Beach Club (4) Ulu Cliffhouse

Karma Beach Club Jalan Villa Kandara; Ungasan; T: (0361) 848 2205; https://www.karmagroup.com/karma-beach/ Open daily 09:00-21:00, but book ahead as may be closed for weddings or other private parties..
Rock Bar Jalan Karang Mas Sejahtera, Jimbaran; T: (0361) 702 222; https://www.ayana.com/bali/ayana-resort-and-spa/eat-and-drink/venues/rockbar Mo–Th: 16:00–00:00; Fr–Su: 16:00–01:00.
Sunday’s Beach Club Jalan Pantai Selatan Gau, Ungasan; T: (0811) 9421 110; https://www.sundaysbeachclub.com Mo–Su: 09:00–22:00.
Ulu Cliffhouse 315 Jalan Labuan Sait, Uluwatu; T: (0813) 3881 2502; http://ulucliffhouse.com Su–Fr: 11:00–22:00; Sa: 11:00–24:00.

Karma Beach Club
Jalan Villa Kandara; Ungasan; Bukit, Bali
T: (0361) 848 2205; 50,000 - 250,000 rupiah
Rock Bar
Jalan Karang Mas Sejahtera, Jimbaran; Bukit, Bali
T: (0361) 702 222; Under 10,000 rupiah
Sunday’s Beach Club
Jalan Pantai Selatan Gau, Ungasan; Bukit, Bali
T: (0811) 9421 110; Under 10,000 rupiah
Ulu Cliffhouse
315 Jalan Labuan Sait, Uluwatu; Bukit, Bali
T: (0813) 3881 2502; Under 10,000 rupiah
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