Bali is home to some of the biggest and best beach clubs in the whole world. Whether you want to party like there is no tomorrow or kick back in the sunshine with a cocktail or two, whatever your vibe, there is a beach club to suit everyone in Bali.
One beach club, in particular, is offering tourists a super memorable experience this month.
The ever-popular Sunday’s Beach Club have announced that they will be hosting a series of events called Movies by The Beach. The truly unique event is giving tourists a chance to experience a starlit cinema on the shores of the Uluwatu coast.
The experience is unlike a normal outdoor cinema event too. Sundays are bringing together the concept behind silent disco to the silver screen.
Sundays Beach Club have partnered with Cinewav, which allows audiences to experience HD movie audio via their smartphone and own headphones.
The Cinewav app is available on Apple, Google, and Huawei app stores, and the Sundays team will be on hand to make sure everyone is connected before the screenings start.
The in-ear HD audio creates a truly intimate cinema experience in an incredibly unique location.
Of course, in true Sundays Beach Club style, guests will be afforded top-notch hospitality and will have their every need catered to.
Ticket packages are available and include deals for tickets and light meals to a 3-course dinner, and the most premium package even includes unlimited drinks.
Guests can aim to arrive in the early evening for a 7 pm movie showing.
The Sundays Beach Club team lights bonfires just back from the shoreline every night to provide the perfect ambiance for a magical Balinese evening.
So, what movies can guests look forward to seeing?
On Thursday 6th July at 7 pm, Sundays Beach Club will show The Devil Wears Prada, starring Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway.
On Saturday 9th July at 7 pm, the beach club will host a screening of Forrest Gump.
Fast forward to Friday, 21st July, Sundays Beach Club will screen the 2022 Oscar-nominated hit Elvis, starring Austin Butler and Tom Hanks.
The final screening of the movie will be Crazy Rich Asians on Sunday, 23rd July, also at 7 pm. Tickets are available now and are proving to be popular. Tickets start from USD 9.99 via the Klook booking platform.
These movie screenings are the perfect excuse to head to Uluwatu. Though, tourists really don’t need any more reasons to visit the island’s fastest-growing tourist resort.
While many tourists this summer are making a B-line to Canggu, savvy travelers are heading south to the stunning cliffs of the Bukit Peninsula.
Uluwatu offers everything you could wish for in a perfect Bali vacation- incredible hotels, plenty of budget-friendly guesthouses, world-class beach clubs, stunning coves and cliffs to explore, vibrant nightlife, and plenty of cafes and shops to discover throughout a getaway.
Sunday’s Beach Club is one of the most famous beach clubs in Bali, and there are many more to discover in Uluwatu.
Famous beach clubs in the area include Savaya, Ulu Cliffhouse, and Single Fin, each of which attracts big crowds, especially when international headlines acts are in town.
Some lesser-known beach clubs in Uluwatu that are absolutely worth a visit include Minoo Beach Club, Tropical Temptation, and White Rock Beach Club. Each with its own culture and vibe.
White Rock Beach Club is the largest beach club in the south of Bali.
Unlike many other beach clubs, White Rock offers free entrance, and doors open at 10 am, giving you plenty of time to soak up the good vibes.
Sipping on cocktails is not the only way to have fun at White Rock.
The club hosts an adult foam party on Sundays, and guests can take part in everything from darts competitions to traditional cultural dances and even magic shows.
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