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Padang Padang Beach, locally referred to as Pantai Labuan Sait, is one of Bali’s most famous surf spots, located on the north-western coast of the island’s Bukit Peninsula, and just a kilometre southwest of the Anantara Bali Uluwatu. This beach features an exotic setting; a simply stunning one hundred meter-long stretch of sand that is accessible down a flight of stairs through a unique hollow rock entrance. The surf has a steady set of barrels during good weather, attracting wave riders from around the world. Part of the group of world-class surf spots that line the coast of the southern peninsula, Padang Padang Beach lies several kilometres in between Bingin and Uluwatu, among which surfers usually hop to interchangeably for a different set of challenges and another thrill for the day. This beach is also a regular spot for international surfing events, the Rip Curl Cup Padang Padang being the most frequent.
Beach access is down the slope across the road from a large parking area. Prior to this is a bridge that connects the two sides of the limestone cliff, offering a glimpse down to the beach from up high. Halfway down the flight of stairs is a temple that overlooks the surf, and sharing the coastal forest features with Uluwatu, you will occasionally witness playful grey long-tailed macaques playing around the stairs on the Balinese 'gapura' gate, and high up in the acacia trees. A fun fact: Padang Padang Beach was featured as a romantic setting in the 2010 big-screen adaptation of ‘Eat, Pray, Love’.
Once you reach the bottom of the stairs, you are greeted by a gorgeous sight: a fringed beach with fine, white sand, blue waters and a distant horizon. There are board rentals here provided by the locals if you don’t have your own but would like to try (warning: the waves here break over shallow coral and are not suitable for beginners). Although the big waves beyond the reef breaks are limited to advanced surfers, the shore is great for family fun and leisure, and there are local warungs on Padang Padang Beach serving light meals and refreshments. Sand castles, splashing, sunbathing, lying down with a good read under a parasol, or simply sitting back to enjoy the exotic views… all are welcome.
Suluban Beach in Uluwatu Bali, is one of the unique beaches in Bali. The uniqueness of Blue Point Beach Bali found in the location of the beach which hidden. The beach becomes hidden because it is cover with high coral cliffs. Also, the uniqueness of Suluban Beach Uluwatu lies in the access to the beach area. Every visitor who wants to set foot in Suluban beach Uluwatu must go down the stairs. In addition to passing the stairs, visitors also required to pass through a towering natural rock gate.
Blue Point Beach is a beach with cliffs and large waves. So Blue Point beach Bali is more suitable for visitors who like to hang out by the beach or want to surf. Therefore, if you are visiting the Blue Point beach Uluwatu, you will see many surfers. Besides surfing, you can go swimming and sunbathing.
Pure Luhur Uluwatu or the Uluwatu Temple is a famous Bali sea temple in Bali. It is one of the nine directional temples of Bali intended for the protection of evil spirits. This spectacular temple is located in a wonderful place, and is also seen at the edge of the rock with a breathtaking view of the sea as if it were on guard.
The name Luhur means "something of divine origin" and ulu the "end of the earth" and watu the "rock" in the ancient language. The name itself had been treated correctly. Pura Luhur Uluwatu is considered to be one of the six most important temples of Bali along with Pura Besakih.
The inner sanctuary of the pura is located on the edge of the cliffs that rise above the legendary surf waves in the south. Most travelers enjoy the view of this temple from two different points of view, both in the north and south of the area.
This temple is located in the south of the island of Bali, in uluwatu Jimbaran, very close to Kuta and Airport.
You can enjoy the best sunset in this temple and you can also see a traditional Balinese dance performance Kecak dance every afternoon.