Lazy Monday at Sundays Beach Club

I’ve been wanting to come to this place, ever since they were still belong to Finn’s Beach Club. Finally yesterday, we made it.

The Club is located on secluded beach in Ungasan area, beneath the cliff of Uluwatu. To get down to the club we need to get down quite long stairs before finally meet a visitors gate where you need to pay for cover charge. It costs you IDR300k per person to enter Sundays Beach Club, although IDR150k of that can be used for buying food and drinks.

Elok is walking down to the beach. You can see it in the background.

It’s quite hefty price, but I can say its worth it. You can spend the whole day relaxing at the beach, or playing in the sea shore. But don’t expect big waves like in Kuta or Seminyak, as it is guarded by coral reef, so the water is very calm for you to swim on (great place for kids).

We are then seated in table beside the beach, overlooking the ocean. I ordered burgers, while Elok tried sea food fried rice. My burger was IDR 190k, while Elok’s was around IDR120k. Expensive? Yes. But you pay for the ambience. And honestly, the food tastes good. Special mention to the french fries that came along with my burger. Crispy, and tastes really nice.

While waiting for our dinner, we took some pictures at the beach and surrounding. It’a sunset time, but don’t expect to see great sunset here, as the sun sets behind the big cliff that guards the beach.

It is a very relaxing place to enjoy secluded beach. The waitress are all nice to us locals (which sometimes don’t happen in some other places in Bali). The food are excellent as well. We should bring the kids and our beach wear attire next time ☺️

Meanwhile, here are the pics of my favorite photo model, the sponsor of this birthday trip to Bali.. thanks a lot darling!


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