What’s that you say? A brand new and hedonistic clifftop playground overlooking the waves of Uluwatu? Errrm, hell yeah. Consider your wanderlust levels elevated.
Perched dizzyingly high up right on Bali’s Bukit peninsula, Ulu Cliffhouse has [quite literally] elevated the humble beach club concept to giddy new heights. Not a restaurant, a hotel, or a bar, and more of a hedonistic playground than a beach club, Ulu Cliffhouse is the new “ultimate day out” in Bali – a cool and charismatic concept that’s been curated by a community of creative talent.
Boasting a 25-metre infinity pool, a music recording studio, an oh-so scrummy restaurant, bar, art space and even an onsite spa and in-house surfboard shaper, this place is the new go-to hangout for both the laid back surfy Bukit crew and high flying international jetsetters alike. And with cocktails, cold beers and an all-star lineup of big name events on the horizon – we can certainly see why.
The simply unreal views across the deep blue are pretty darn breathtaking too, but don’t leave your jaw on the floor for too long – you’ll need it to munch through the fabulous menu of fresh, fun and healthy bites. Crafted by world-renowned Peruvian Chef Diego Muñoz, Ulu Cliffhouse goes above and beyond the usual beach club menu, fusing the influence of Diego’s world travels with a taste of Bali’s culinary goodness.
And with the energy of the rolling waves below and raw natural beauty all around, it’s all too easy to while away a sunshiney day right here. Dive into a morning cleanser, down some daytime tipples, sink a few shaken sundowners amidst sunset vistas, or roundup the ladies for a long Champagne lunch – poolside. It’s a stunning 4640 square-metre clifftop oasis, with sunbeds and shade, and Bali’s most spectacular views from day to night.
Head down from 4pm and check out their daily all-star DJ lineup – a rotating cache of local and international dudes who know just how to serenade that sunset.
Consider your wanderlust levels elevated.
Ulu Cliffhouse, Jl Labuan Sait No. 315, Padang-Padang, p. (+62) 81 338 812 502, e. email@example.com