The private setting speaks for itself. Sundays is accessible by an inclinator that will carry you down the sheer drop of the cliff face whilst taking in the amazing panoramic views across the Indian Ocean. Down at the beach pavilion you can enjoy pizzas, salads, BBQ and snacks, with complimentary use of stand up paddle, kayaks and beach toys. An adult beach pass is IDR300,000 and IDR150,000 of this is redeemable on food and drinks. Kids are IDR50,000 (under 3 are free). Check the web sites tide chart, and try to visit on low tide. Bonfires are fired up daily from Sunset. Always a family favourite!
Day Trips to other Areas
A day at Sundays Beach Club Uluwatu
A day at Karma Beach Club Uluwatu
This is a private Beach Club similar to Finns Uluwatu, perhaps with a more sophisticated edge. Guests can indulge in a great beach with restaurant facilities and music to enjoy . Accessed by an inclinator with Karmas beautiful infinity pool and restaurant at the top. Entry IDR250,000 redeemable on food and drinks. Also check out the to die for spa at the top of the cliff with amazing views.
A day at Ubud shopping and lunch
In truth, Ubud deserves more than a day but for many lunch and shopping is enough until a dedicated trip another time. Browsing Ubud Market, shop lined streets & galleries makes for a nice day tour. Rest over Lunch at Maya Resort ‘River’ Restaurant. Open to the public with a stunning setting and upmarket lunch experience. A five minute walk from the hotel foyer down to the flowing river side restaurant.
A day at Geger beach Nusa Dua
Geger Beach is one of the best stretches of sand in Bali and luckily still has public access, despite the new hotel. Here you can rent a lounge chair, hire a canoe and paddle about, then enjoy a casual meal and a beach massage. There are also beach showers to rinse off before the drive home. Old School Bali.
A visit to Pirates Bay Nusa Dua
This is an absolute beach front themed restaurant open to the public to enjoy as a café and adventure playground. You can pay IDR 50,000 per person to just use the facilities or entry is free if you are purchasing food or drinks. It’s a great place for the kids to explore and also enjoy the beautiful Nusa Dua beach from. A great base for an afternoon of adventure and ocean swimming!
Splish Splash at Water Bom, Kuta
This extensive water slide park hardly needs an introduction. It is always a highlight for the kids, although it can be crowded and is in the depths of Kuta – it’s worth the effort when you see their faces, the kids just go mad for this place! Open 9am – 6pm Daily Adults $31 Children $19
A day with the animals, Sanur Gianyar
Enjoy a safari experience amongst hundreds of amazing animals, including lions, elephants, orung utangs, zebras and all the exciting ones! With educational shows, interactive experiences, a lion surrounded restaurant and a water park there is endless fun to be had. This is not your typical zoo and definitely of international standards. Adults $49 Children $39
The Nikko Hotel Nusa Dua
A “day in paradise” visitors package. This day pass will allow you full access to the hotel facilities such as the four interconnecting swimming pools, gym and a one-hour exclusive access to the kids club, Jungle Camp. The day pass costs IDR 200,000 net per adult (includes one child below 12 years old). Purchase day passes in the reception area. A great beach day at a beautiful hotel.
A day trip to Sindhu Beach, Sanur
Sanur beach offers a clean and calm swimming beach for children of all ages. There are a selection of casual beach cafes at Sindhu beach where you can camp for the day in the shade and order cold drinks and food. You can also hire a kayak and paddle about. For the bigget kids, hire bikes and ride along the foreshore through markets and about the town. A great way to spend the afternoon.
Tree Tops, Bedugul
Bedugal is a mountain top town in central Bali which is home to the Bali Botanical Gardens. This is a great adventure for those wanting a change from the beach, the drive around 1.5 hours from Seminyak. Tree tops Adventure park is inside the botanical gardens, an obstacle course amongst the trees. All safety equipment is provided and entry for children is $15 and adults $21. Suitable for children from 4 years. There is also a local fruit market and opposite the market is a playground and restaurant called ‘WarungRekreasi’ which a great place for lunch and a play.
This beautiful ceramics gallery and shop combined with a café is a great stop on your way to the Bukit Penninsula or before sunset seafood dinner at Jimbaran. Jenggala offers a Paint-a-pot experience which is aimed at all ages, from toddlers to adults. Choose your own ceramic mug, bowl, plate and then let your creativity flow! There are wonderful glazes, paints colours and tools to work with. Hand-painted creations are fired in the on-site kiln and ready for collection approximately four days later. Your Villa manager can help arrange the collection. Paint-a-pot is open daily from 9am – 5pm, with the last session held at 4pm. The friendly staff are there to guide you through your masterpiece and you can have cake and coffee in the café after!
Visit Padma Ubud for Swim & Dine
The Family friendly Padma Ubud Hotel offers a Swim & Dine day package IDR 250,000++ per adult. Kids Under 6 free and 6-12 year olds half price. A great outing at a lovely resort. See the web site or call ahead http://www.padmaresortubud.com