Exploring Bali In 3 Ways: Where To Stay, Where To Eat and Where To Go

A tropical island getaway should be on everyone’s to-do list! A little holiday won’t hurt and it can do wonders for your mind, body and spirit. In fact, science has proven that a vacation can lower stress levels, improve sleep and help get the creative juices flowing!

So if a staycation is next on your agenda, you should definitely make a trip to Bali’s limestone peninsula, Bingin. Located on the southernmost tip of the island, Bingin is home to incredible cliff-top locations and white sand beaches that are truly unlike any other.

Stand at almost any spot along the coastline here in Bingin and you’re almost guaranteed unimpeded views of the Indian Ocean. The sunsets here are out of this world - whether from atop a cliff, by a limestone cave by the sea or from the luxurious settings of a beach club!

Bingin is also the perfect destination to unwind with its cool laid-back vibes that’s a mix of surfer haven, classy cafes and luxury resorts.

Here’s everything you need to know about Bingin!

Where To Stay

Before anything else, you’ll need to sort out your accommodations in Bingin and there is nowhere better than Mick’s Place. Located at the top of Bingin cliff, the resort is a collection of only 7 tropical-style bungalows that come with luxurious amenities, alang-alang roofs and spectacular ocean views. You’ll love the infinity pool located at the edge of a cliff! There’s also a spa and a restaurant on-site, both for the exclusive use of in-house guests.

Where To Eat

There are no shortages of chic restaurants, cafes and warungs here in Uluwatu so the choice is really yours when it comes to where to eat. Some of the more popular spots include The Cashew Tree, Collective and Nourish for fresh, healthy and organic eats, The Loft for vegan picks, poke bowls, meatballs and burgers and Drifter Surf for Balinese curries, paper rolls and grilled fish.

Craving for coffee? Head to Suka Espresso, a little gem that’s also famous for its great brunch menu. If you prefer something that’s a bit more familiar, you can always head to Bali Buda’s Uluwatu branch and Nalu Bowls, which is also available in Canggu!

Where To Go

There are countless beautiful spots to visit in Uluwatu ranging from natural attractions to cultural shows, hidden beaches and trendy beach clubs. It all depends on what you’re in the mood for!

A few must-sees on your list should include the Uluwatu Temple and Kecak Fire Dance which takes place every evening at sunset. It’s a fantastic option for a day out; you get to immerse in some Balinese culture and enjoy breathtaking views and an unforgettable experience.

If you want to dine in luxury while enjoying delicious gourmet meals and decadent cocktails, head to Ayana’s Rock Bar a few minutes away in Jimbaran or the iconic Omnia Beach Club, famous for its thrilling parties and events.

Palmilla Beach Club or Sundays Beach Club are great for day time fun. If you’re in the mood to explore, go ahead and discover all of the area’s magnificent beaches like Nyang Nyang Beach, Thomas Beach, Karang Boma Cliff and Bingin Beach. Don’t forget your sunblock!

Ready for your getaway to Uluwatu? Book your stay now at Mick’s Place Bali for a vacation that you won’t soon forget!

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