Bali beach clubs: Swim, relax, and eat at the hip Sundays Beach Club in Uluwatu

June 23, 2016 Amy Nicholson

If your holiday bucket list includes spending the day chillaxing at a Bali beach club (we like your style!), then we have just the thing. Soak up the scorching sun on a lounger, take a dip in the crystal clear lagoon, work up an appetite with some water sports, and feast on tasty food cooked in an authentic wood-fired oven…just your typical day at Sundays Beach Club!

Bali beach clubs: Swim, relax, and eat at the former Finn’s Beach Club in Uluwatu
Take a dip in the azure waters of Sundays Beach Club

From the minute you’re dropped off at Sundays, prepared to be blown away by your surroundings, starting with the stunning view from the top of the cliff where The Ungasan Clifftop Resort sits (formerly known as Semara Uluwatu) in all its five-star glory. Make your way to the air inclinator that will whizz you down the limestone cliff to the secluded cove where pristine white sands and a sparkling lagoon await. Welcome to Sundays Beach Club.

When you walk into the brand new (and sustainably made) bamboo reception, you will be greeted by friendly staff who are eager to help you make the most of your day. Whether you want to lie back on a sun lounger on the Sunset Deck with a cocktail (or three!), take the kids snorkelling to explore the house reef or indulge in some you-time at the spa, here is where you can book your day’s activities.

Bali beach clubs: Swim, relax, and eat at the former Finn’s Beach Club in Uluwatu
Thirsty for a cocktail (or three)?

Itching to get out on the water? Sundays offers complimentary kayaks, paddleboards, fins, and snorkelling gear for you to take out onto the lagoon whenever you please. All of that will no doubt have those tummies rumbling, so next on the agenda has to be lunch!

Take cover from the sunshine in the shade at the Beach Club restaurant and choose from the appetising menu of Australian beef burgers, healthy salads (made from locally sourced produce) and our good old Indonesian fave, Nasi Goreng. Wash it down with a cold Bintang or chilled glass of vino, before retiring to your sunbed for an afternoon nap. Now this is what Sundays (and everything other day of the week) should be like!

Bali beach clubs: Swim, relax, and eat at the former Finn’s Beach Club in Uluwatu
Sunsets don’t get any better than this

As the sun sets, cosy up to loved ones by the bonfire (which is lit every evening at 6pm) and enjoy a sundowner as the kids toast marshmallows, and reflect on a picture perfect and just plain perfect day at the beach.

For the ultimate beachfront wedding or private event, Sundays is the place to be. The restaurant’s Sunset Deck provides an unbeatable venue for all types of private soirees such as graduation, birthday and anniversary parties – where the friendly hospitality team will work with you to create a personalised food, drink and activities menu. Bespoke service by the beach? Only at Sundays.

For more information, please contact Sundays Beach Club, Jalan Pantai Selatan Gau, Banjar Wijaya Kusuma, Ungasan 80362, Bali, p. + 62 361 848 2111, e. hello@sundaysbeachclub.com.

This story was proudly sponsored by Sundays Beach Club.

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