Family Fun Uluwatu
A day at Sundays Beach Club Uluwatu
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. Check the web sites tide chart, and try to visit on low tide. There is also a very reasonable entrance fee / minimum spend. Bonfires are fired up daily from Sunset. Always a family favourite!
A day at Karma Beach Club Uluwatu
This is a private Beach Club similar to Finns Uluwatu, perhaps with a more sophisticated / adult 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. Also check out the to die for spa at the top of the cliff with amazing views.
Anak Atelier Playground
Guests are welcome to visit this beautiful playground for an afternoon of free-play fun. Their grounds are open to the public on weekday afternoons between 3 and 5pm, and all day during the school holidays. The kids will love the sandpit, water play, wooden climbing structures, and lovely green grass to run about on. There’s plenty of shady corners to relax while they run free, and snacks and drinks can be ordered from the cafe next door. One of the Bukit areas most child friendly spaces! Check out holiday programs and kids club too!
Visit Padang Padang beach
This beach is accessible down a few flights of steps and through a limestone crevice beside a bridge. Across the road before the bridge, there is a spacious parking lot. Among the islands most favourite big surf breaks, Padang Padangs white sand beach offers a great view, and a small sandy area for sunbathing and doing just nothing. Local seafood warungs serve grilled fresh catches-of-the-day. It is a nice stopover if you have time along your visit to the Uluwatu Temple nearby. Please be prepared to carry Sandy toddlers up the steps and keep the kiddies in the shallows, but all worth it!
Kecak Dance at Uluwatu Temple
Take in this famous sunset spot at Uluwatu Temple, a Balinese temple to the sea gods, with a commanding view of the ocean high on a cliff. The temple is part of a series of temples built to protect the island from evil spirits and is the permanent home to a family of monkeys. After exploring the temple and watching the sunset, experience one of Bali’s most famous cultural performances, the Kecak Fire Dance. Watch the Balinese act out a scene from the Ramayana with a mesmerizing trance chant, punctuated by exciting fire dances by performers in intricate costumes. An unforgettable evening of Balinese culture that the whole family can enjoy. The tickets for entry to the temple and the show are approximately $10-15 per person