Spending the day at Sundays Beach Club is one of the best ways to chill out on this amazing island.
Its gorgeous location and chilled vibe make it the perfect place to stay all day. This guide aims to detail all you’d need to know to visit so read on to find out more:
Sundays Beach Club, Bali
Getting to Sundays Beach Club
Sundays Beach Club is located in Uluwatu, but morning/midday traffic can make it a long old drive from Seminyak or Canggu. Maybe even up to an hour! If you’re planning on spending the day at Sundays Beach Club Bali, I would recommend arriving as close as possible to its 9am opening time. Therefore, it could make better sense to stay somewhere in Uluwatu for ease and to avoid the crazy Bali traffic.
Unless you stay at its sister hotel, the incredible Ungasan Clifftop resort, there aren’t too many other accommodation options nearby, but Padang Padang can make a great base and is only about 15 minutes drive away.
Once you arrive, you walk through the entrance of the hotel before descending down a few flights of stairs. The incredible beach at Sundays Beach Club emerges before your eyes, and it’s quite spectacular. After paying at the kiosk, you’re directed to a very cool inclinator lift which is operated continuously throughout the day and takes you down to the beach level.
Entry to Sundays Beach Club
As I mentioned, if you’re planning on spending the day at Sundays Beach Club Bali, I’d recommend arriving closer to 9am. They do have to start turning people away nearer midday if it is too full.
An adult day pass costs IDR 300,000 which includes beach club access (via super cool lift), a towel and fast wifi. You also receive a IDR 150,000 voucher towards food and beverage which definitely helps towards your lunch, but wouldn’t completely cover it.
Sundays Beach Club also offers kayaks, snorkeling equipment and SUPs as well as an evening bonfire sunset session!
However, to use/reserve a lounger/bean bag, the entry cost jumps to IDR 500,000 per person.
Food and Drink
Sundays offers a pretty good food menu, and I would highly recommend the ceasar salad. It was absolutely delicious.
They can bring little wooden tables down to the beach so you can eat where you’re chilling, or you have the option of dining in the covered restaurant.
One of the coolest things offered by the beach club, and something not so many other places in Bali offer, is a big sunset session bonfire. As the sun slowly starts to dip, the team lay out huge bean bags and light two bonfires. They even offer marshmallows for toasting. It makes for a pretty chill vibe after spending your day at Sundays Beach Club.
Spending the Day at Sundays Beach Club
So here’s my guide on spending the day at Sundays Beach Club, a great place to chill and relax.
I hope this post has been useful for anyone visiting Bali but if this doesn’t sound like your place, please check out my guide to the best beach clubs in Bali here.
Feel free to ask any further questions regarding Sundays Beach Club in the comments section below and if you’re looking for a beautiful hotel to stay in, check out my review of Kalapa Resort & Spa here.
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