At Uluwatu Sunset Point, everything turns golden at sundown. It is, for me, the best place to watch the sunset in Bali. The sun is directly facing the cliff – and what/where a better way to end the day than here?
Ok, there are many sunset spots in Uluwatu for sure. Just go to any of the beaches on the west side and you’ll enjoy the sundown for free.
Spending the golden hour with your toes dipping in the sand and touched by the ebbing waves and feeling the sea breeze is my kind of paradise, eh?
But, I’ve watched too many sunsets in Bali by the beach. So a friend brought me here on a weekend.
And soon as we entered, I already liked it. There were only a few guests yet, so we got the perfect spot to sit down and relax.
A few minutes after we arrived, a DJ started playing music – my perfect idea of a perfect sunset viewing!
We took a few shots and settled down on our comfy beanies.
Enjoy the rest of the photos.
Where to Stay in Bali
There are many places to choose from in Bali. Depending on your accommodation taste/style and budget, there’s something for everyone. But then, you need to remember that Bali is a tourist destination island, so prices can be expensive in many ways – for a budget solo traveler. If can drive a scooter, rent one for a day/week/month. There’s no public transport in Bali (none that I know of), but Grab bike is cheap. You can book a guesthouse, hotel, hostel, private/shared villa on the following website: HostelWorld, Booking, , CTrip, and Expedia.