With Uluwatu being recognised as one of the must see places in Bali, we’ve put together our list of things to do in Uluwatu that you should definitely check out on your trip. From Uluwatu beaches to abandoned planes, the hub of the Bukit Peninsula has plenty to offer!
Our Top Things To Do In Uluwatu Bali
1. Hit The Uluwatu Beaches
The Bukit Peninsula, and Uluwatu beaches in particular, are famous for some of the softest sand and clearest waters in Bali.
From Padang Padang to the lesser known Green Bowl, the south beaches are the definitely the best for soaking up some sun in paradise and of course one of the top things to do in Uluwatu.
2. Try Some Uluwatu Surfing
For first time surfers, the Bukit Peninsula may not be the best idea. Although for the professionals or even those that are keen surfers, Uluwatu surfing and surrounding areas are a big hit!
Uluwatu Beach or Suluban Cave are top spots for surfing and if you’re not keen to get in the water you can watch from the many cliff top restaurants such as Single Fin or Rock Bar.
3. Visit The Abandoned Plane Bali
An abandoned airplane in the middle of a random field! Who wouldn’t want to play around in an Aeroplane graveyard?
We’re not sure you can go down and explore, or at least we had no luck when we visited, but it sure does make for an amazing photo and one of the more different things to do in Uluwatu.
4. Karang Boma Cliff (Uluwatu Cliff)
If you’re looking for that banger sunset spot or fancy another amazing viewpoint then Karang Boma Cliff is exactly that.
An easy walk through some bushes will lead you out to one of the best coastal views in Bali and best of all it’s free!
5. Restaurants In Uluwatu – Single Fin Uluwatu
There are so many cliff top restaurants and awesome chill spots to soak in the atmosphere whilst in Uluwatu.
A few of our favourites though are Single Fin Uluwatu and The Cashew Tree. Uluwatu is soon becoming one of the most touristy spots in Bali so be prepared to pay the price at some of the cliff top eateries although they definitely have the western customers craving a return trip!
Luxury – Anantara Uluwatu Bali Resort – Anantara is one of the best places to stay in Bali let alone Uluwatu. If you’re heading down south to the Bukit Peninsula this is your place of luxury!
Mid-Budget – Le Grande Bali – A highly rated Uluwatu accommodation that comes without the high price! If you’re looking for great service with an awesome pool Le Grande has got you covered.
Backpacker – Made Roejas Homestay – The cheapest Uluwatu accommodation and bang for your buck you’ll find in the south!
For other places to stay in Uluwatu you can check the latest prices here.
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