BALI BEACH CLUB

Pri­vate beach clubs are an exclusive sanc­tu­ary where you can play, and some­times stay, in style.

Five Star Kids - - BALI - Play stay Sun­days Beach Club www.sun­days­beach­club.com The Un­gasan www.the­un­gasan.com

Sun­day is a day fam­i­lies can re­lax and spend time to­gether. Luck­ily when you are on hol­i­day ev­ery day is a Sun­day. And the per­fect place to head for a lit­tle R&R for par­ents as well as the kids is a club of the same name. Sun­days Beach Club is set on a sil­very stretch of sandy beach on the Bukit Penin­sula with views out across the tempt­ing blue water. So what are you wait­ing for? Jump in; the club of­fers com­pli­men­tary kayaks or stand-up pad­dle boards for low-tide ex­plo­rations. You can also swim or snorkel in the crys­tal­clear la­goon. The pri­vate club is at­tached to the stun­ning The Un­gasan Clifftop Re­sort so if you can’t bear to leave, don’t. Sim­ply book your fam­ily into one of The Un­gasan’s seven ar­chi­tec­turally de­signed vil­las which of­fer pri­vate ac­com­mo­da­tion and ded­i­cated per­sonal ser­vice for up to 10 guests. These lux­u­ri­ous vil­las are in high de­mand so in re­al­ity, of course, you’ll have to book ahead. Sun­days Beach Club day passes for chil­dren (three to 11 years old) are only Rp50,000 and chil­dren un­der three are free. Adult passes are Rp300,000.

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