Why Bingin Beach is popular
Bingin Beach is a small seaside community nestled at the bottom of the cliffs on the Uluwatu peninsula, some 45 mins drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport.
Uniquely different from other parts of Bali in its ability to allow visitors and guests to stay in accommodation located right on the water's edge, Bingin offers an original experience of Bali, non-commercialized and protected largely due to the restricted access to the beach which is via two public staircases to the beach, Bingin is not short on fun, sun, swimming, and beachside activities.
Originally famous for its location, positioned between two internationally famous surf spots, ‘The Impossibles’ and ‘Bingin Break’, Bingin draws large crowds of surfers every day seeking that perfect wave and Bingin never disappoints.
There is something for everyone in Bingin, from its array of cool beachfront cafes and bars, BBQ seafood dinners served fresh on the beach, to its white sands that are ideal for a good old-fashioned tanning session and swim.
Perfect for families, there are many water sports activities available, SUP stand up paddleboards and canoe hire, surfing schools and even fishing tours, all enjoyed without needing to leave the beach and your unique accommodation
Looking for some live music? Wednesdays and Saturdays, Lucky Fish Lounge plays host to its live music sessions, featuring the best local and international musicians, as they play the classics we all like to sing along to while enjoying an ice cold beer.
Finally, let’s not forget those world-class sunsets! There is no better place to see the most amazing colorful sunsets on offer in Bali than on Bingin Beach.