The best SUNSET spots in Bali

Drinks at Sunset. This is what you do in Bali. No matter how your day went, when the sun starts to go down you need to be in one of these hot spots.

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Uluwatu Temple

Pura Luhur Uluwatu was built in the 11th century, and it is one of nine directional temples meant to protect Bali from evil spirits. One of the most sacred places on the island it has breathtaking ocean views and it is a must see attraction for anyone visiting Bali.

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Seminyak

The busiest part of town is also scenery to some of the most amazing Sunsets in Bali. You can stroll along the beach or hang in one of the Beach Clubs such as Kudeta or Potato Head.

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El Kabron

Perched 50 meters above sea level on the cliffs overlooking Binging Beach, El Kabron Spanish Restaurant has one of the most secluded Sunsets in Bali with 180-degree views of the Indian Ocean.

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The W Hotel

Perhaps one of our favourite Sunset venues the Woo Bar inside the W Retreat and Spa is the place to be. Happy Hour is monday-thursday 4pm-6pm with two for one house cocktails, complimentary pizza and tunes by world renowned DJ’s. Check the website for current specials and attractions.

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La Lucciola

If light ambient music and a more relaxed atmosphere is your thing, then La Lucciola is your choice. With one of the best views of Petitenget beach and a couple of the most photographed palm trees on the Island La Lucciola is worth a visit any time of the day, not only for sunset.

Read some of the reviews on Trip Advisor.

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 Balangan

Or any other beach in Bali really! While we love the buzz, drinks and flirting of some of the places we have mentioned above, a long stroll on the beach with only the sound of the waves in the background is a must do. Top favourite on our list, Balangan beach sits at this spot for many reasons, Sunset time is only one.

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Tanah Lot Temple

One of Bali’s most well known post cards The Tanah Lot temple has been a part of Balinese Mythology for centuries. The temple is one of seven sea temples around the Balinese coast. To escape from the massive crowds (specially at Sunset) go to Pan Pacif Nirwana Resort  and Gold Course just before the entrance of the Temple, where you can enjoy an amazing view of the sun setting down behind the temple while enjoying a world class cocktails.

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Single Fin

Located at Uluwatu Cliff is the spot to watch the sun go down on the Bukit. Wednesday and Sundays are the busiest days with DJ’s and local and international bands playing from sunset.

check Single Fin’s Facebook page to find out the attractions this month

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