** UPDATE: Since we visited Bali for the first time, Finns Beach Club has changed to Sundays Beach Club. The location remains the same and photos in this post of the beach and surrounds still look the same, but some things may be different when you visit.
We have updated this post to reflect the new name, current prices and up to date information as of December 2018.
For the most exclusively relaxing day in Bali you need to visit Sundays Beach Club in Uluwatu. Previously named Finns Beach Club in 2015 when we visited Uluwatu for the first time, the beach club has recently had a name change, but it’s still a beautiful place to spend the day.
The white sand beaches and clear blue water of the Indian Ocean are hidden away by tall cliff faces, giving you the feeling of swimming in the most private beach on Bali Island.
It was absolutely beautiful and the best way to end our trip to Indonesia.
Sundays Beach Club is located within The Ungansan Clifftop Resort, on the beach at the bottom of steep cliffs, making it only accessible by an open air inclinator.
This tiny little cart will carry you all the way down the cliff face providing some spectacular views and great photo opportunities.
Sundays Beach Club
Sundays Beach Club is open from 9am to 10pm daily.
An adult day pass to Sundays Beach Club is 350,000Rp, and entrance is strictly first come first serve. It’s a good idea to arrive early to secure yourself a great spot for the day.
A day pass also includes – 200,000Rp food and beverage credit per adult day pass, full beach club and inclinator access, towels and wifi, as well as access to sunbeds, kayaks, snorkelling equipment and stand-up paddle boards – subject to availability.
You can also have access to the infinity pool above the beach after your time at Sundays on the same day.
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What to do at Sundays Beach Club
Everything at Sundays has been taken care of for you. If you want to have a little more adventure in your day you can use one of their kayaks or paddleboards to explore the close by rock pools and open ocean water.
Each day there is a beach bonfire at sunset, where you can kick back and relax in a giant beanbag and roast some marshmellows.
There is often live music playing at Sundays, with both local and international bands and performances. Check out their website HERE to see the latest line up for your visit.
Treat yourself and indulge at the luxurious Vela Spa Bale overlooking the ocean. All types of treatments are available at this beach spa, including Balinese body massage, rejuvenating sports massage and healing reflexology.
Check out the boutique to puck up some cute unique fashion pieces and beach accessories.
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And of course, try some delicious food options
When you start to get hungry there are lots of great food choices on offer at Sundays.
The Sundays Beach Club menu is actually created by acclaimed Australian chef James Viles and includes only the most amazing options and ingredients. Sundays supports and works closely with local farmers, fishermen and growers.
Head to the Beach Bar for a drink, where everyone is guaranteed a sea view. Check out their fresh juices or get a little day buzz with their signature cocktail list.
Happy Hour is on every day from 5pm until 6:30 at the Beach Bar, with half price cocktails, beer and pizza! Definitely the perfect time to take a rest from swimming and grab a snack.
** UPDATE: Still looking for Finns Beach Club? Finns has actually moved to Canggu, with two new beach clubs located side by side juts 10 minutes from Seminyak. Check out Finns Beach Club or Finns VIP Beach Club for more options.