Nusa Ceningan is easily one of the most underrated destinations in Bali.
The tiny island is nestled between world-famous Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan and is home to some of the most laid-back yet luxurious accommodations, beach clubs, and cafes in the province.
One of the leading beach clubs in Nusa Ceningan is the relatively new Suku Beach Club.
Chic, refined, relaxed, and all kinds of gorgeous, Suku Beach Club should sit high on the must-visit list in Nusa Ceningan.
Situated overlooking the Ceningan Surf Beak, Suku Beach Club offers guests everything they could want and more from a day in paradise.
From the views of the ocean to the decor to the menu and the incredibly welcoming staff, Suku Beach House is keeping the essence of Bali alive and thriving.
The founders say their vision for the venues was “to create a place on the beach that honors our heritage, our people, our landscapes, and our journey to try and find ways to create a sustainable future.”
Guests are raving about their experience at Suku Beach Club, with one recent diner saying, “I don’t have the vocabulary to truly describe what it is to experience Suku Beach Club“.
They added, “We discovered this sensational venue merely by chance and it rates as one of the highlights of our holiday. Right from the walking path down into the open plan, shaded tropical bar setting, you feel that this place is something different; something special.”
Suku Beach Club is perfectly placed to offer guests one of the most impressive sunset views in all of Bali. Whether propped up at the bar or sipping a cocktail down on the sun loungers, the sunset views are breathtaking no matter what angle you look.
The menu at Suku Beach Club is inspired by the land and legacies of Bali.
Both the food and drinks menus call on traditional Balinese ingredients; many reimagined to create fusion dishes that have guests ordering more and more.
Just like the charred broccoli and hazelnut salad that features local fern tips, roast pumpkin, Tempe, and truffle aioli.
The Pepes Ikan, a traditional Balinese grilled fish wrapped in banana leaf and cooked in traditional Indonesian spices, served with a healthy portion of rice and spicy sambals.
For many tourists, Nusa Ceningan is a destination that is easily overlooked in favor of more famous islands like Nusa Penida.
In many cases, Nusa Ceningan is considered a quick stop-off on a day trip to the islands from Bali. But stay a little longer, and there is a lot to discover.
The beach clubs, cafes, and bars on the island are fantastic. Other laid-back clubs and cafes on Nusa Ceningan that are well worth a visit include Klyf Club Blue Lagoon, Sea Breeze Cafe, and Three Islands Bar.
Nusa Ceningan may be the smallest of the three islands, but there is plenty to explore. Song Tepo Beach is a quiet and charming white sand beach that looks out over the ocean to Nusa Lembongan.
One of the most famous beaches on Nusa Ceningan is Blue Lagoon.
The stunning rocky cove glistens with bright azure waters and is easily one of the most impressive coastal views in Bali. Close to Suku Beach Club, Crystal Bay also makes for a wonderful sunset hangout.
For something a little more adventurous, be sure to check out the Abyss Zipline. The adrenaline-fueled adventure can be found close to the Blue Lagoon Waterblow and is certainly not for the faint-hearted!
When it comes to places to stay in Nusa Ceningan, tourists are truly spoiled for choice.
From luxury beachfront resorts to intimate private villas and traditional Balinese guesthouses, everyone is made to feel right at home the moment they step foot on the island.
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