Perched high on Bali's southernmost cliff, Banyan Tree Ungasan's signature restaurant serves a gourmet feast of delectable fresh seafood with an Asian twist. Ju-Ma-Na is a unique addition to Bali's culinary scene, with its novel cuisine, impeccable service and dramatic views of the Indian Ocean.
The bar is ideal for drinks at sunset or a tête-à-tête post-dinner. Enjoy a whiff of the aromas coming through a shisha pipe, as well as a wide selection of snacks and beverages in-line with the bar's Arabic ethos.
Firstly I have to say Ayana Resort is one truely beautiful resort and walking through the resort you can just start to imagine how beautiful the rock bar is. The bar is built on a rock on the side of the cliff but it`s very important to be here early when planning on coming to watch the sunset because it gets very full and there is long queues going down the stairs. Sunset here is truely beautiful ,it just compliments this beautiful resort. Definitely recommend it ,if you planning to watch the Sunset here in Bali.
I nice place to go and watch the sunset. There seem to be alot of Australians here then locals. Nice music but drinks is expensive here. You also have the option of just relaxing on the beach infront of the bar but great place never the less to catch a beautiful Bali Sunset.
Every morning small boats leave Lovina beach at sunset packed with tourists in search of dolphins. I was one of these tourists - wanting to see and take home pictures of dolphins up close. I didn't realise when I booked the trip that there would be so many boats, that they made such a huge amount of noise in the water, and that when the dolphins were sighted, it was almost as if the boats worked together to herd the dolphins into a confined space for the benefit of the tourists. Yes, it was a great expereince to see the dolphins, yes it was fun to have breakfast on the little boat and yes, it was a pleasant trip out and back in the early morning, but is it the right thing to do? I'm not sure that as a tourist I was showing much respect at all for these majestic animals. You can decide for yourself. I've realised that in my travels there have been many occasions where I have been doing inter-island travel and dolphins have naturally popped their heads up to play and 'race' the boat I was in. I didn't need to pay to see them herded together.
Although there is very little beach to speak of in Candidasa, stretching out into the water are several long breakwaters. Small gazebos have been built on the breakwaters. Sitting in the gazebos is a serene way to while away time, listening to the lapping of the water on the breakwaters as the sun goes down, before dinner at one of the many great restaurants in Candidasa.
Pura Taman Ayun in located in Mengwi district. It is usually visited before you make your way to Tanah Lot for sunset or on your way to Bedugul.
Pura Taman Ayun is situated on the left hand side of the road which is very close to the crossroads in Mengwi.
There is a parking fee of 2,000 RP and entrance fees of 10,000 RP per pax.
There is a viewing tower where you can get a bird's eye view of the whole temple ground.
Nice photos can be taken with the tree branches as the back drop.
Bali has wonderful sunsets that you should not miss. A good location to experience a sunset is to find your way to one of the beach bars on Legian beach like Sammy & Suzies (S&S Bar), Franks Bar, or Billys Bar to name a few. They are not really bars rather just beach sellers with Eski's selling bintang and cold drinks but they are very friendly and you will meet other tourists willing to have a chat. Everybody is welcome and is a cheap fun way to enjoy a beautiful sunset.
Kuta beach in the afternoon is very crowded, there are so many peoples strolling down the beach, when the sun is going down on the west side, it was a very nice moment which peoples are waiting for, in a good climates we can see a gold color of sunset in the west and is the color of the afternoon sky along the Kuta horizon
There's no better way to spend a tropical evening than on Bali Hai's evening Dinner Cruise. As the sun goes down we set off for a relaxing cruise around Benoa harbour.
Take in the cool night air on the topdeck, be entertained by our famous strolling Batakos Singers, then indulge in a delicious international buffet dinner and enjoy a live cabaret show.
Departs at 5.45pm - Returns at 8.45pm
Price : US$40
Children 4 to 16 years half fare
Infants under 4 years free
Family Package US$109 - 2 adults + max 3 children (4 to 16 years.
Air-conditioned hotel transfers
Welcome cocktail and floral lei
International buffet dinner
Disco and Live cabaret show
What to bring:
Money for drinks and souvenirs
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I came here to Tanah Lot as I heard of the beautiful temples and the sunset. Anyway I just got a a glimpse of the sunset as the sun was setting and got a bit of the nice sunset everytime the clouds moved aside and then covered the sun again. Anyway the temples here is beautiful. It looks like the sea washed the land away around the temples and just kept the temples standing. The main temple here is Putra Tanah Lot , the sand here is almost black for some reason and you have the sea that`s crashing on the rocks all around Putra Tanah Lot. There is other temples on narrow cliff`s and the view here is absolutely beautiful. If you go further you can walk your way to the waterfall there. Here is also a whole bunch of stalls here so you can get some nice soverniors as well as you walk down towards Tanah Lot.
A trip to Bali is not complete without watching the Kecak dance at the Uluwatu temples....with the beautiful sunset in the background.
Take a stroll through the temple first but watch out for the monkeys...they love to grab anything that is shiny or dangles..we have seen them snatching handbags, even making a grab at earrings so beware.
On the day of my birthday in Bali,
I decided to treat myself with the gift
of a session of yoga at sunset.
Having recently arrived,
I did not know of too many classes.
But on a prior evening while watching the sunset
at the Legian Hotel in Seminyak,
one of the staff mention that yoga classes
were held there.
And so I made a date with myself to go.
The times and days of classes occasionally change,
so checking with the schedule is recommended.
Classes including taxes are 60,500 Rp
Wayan Murcus Wistika,
is the teacher there.
He teaches Ashtanga & Ivengar Yoga,
to the guests and outsiders are welcomed too.
At the current time,
morning and evening sessions are offered.
He is also available outside of his time scheduled
giving classes at the Legian
for private sessions of 1hour
at 100,000 Rp for as many people desired
which, may divide this fee.
After attending classes in various parts of the world
with various different teachers,
I found Marcus to be not only very conscious & aware
but an excellent teacher as well.