To dine for

hellobali - - CONTENTS - • DEISHA TA­MAR

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This beach was made fa­mous by El­iz­a­beth Gil­bert's “Eat, Pray, Love”, which was then adapted into a movie with two scenes shot there. As with any beach in Uluwatu, ne­go­ti­at­ing stairs is un­avoid­able. And to get to Padang Padang, you have to go down

“Driv­ing be­tween the cliffs to get down to the beach, with the huge Pan­dawa stat­ues carved in the man­made caves, it gives this ma­jes­tic feel that no other beach in Uluwatu even comes close to.”

steps on a nar­row cave path­way that only fits one per­son at a time. But ev­ery time I go through it, I feel like I'm trav­el­ling to the land of Nar­nia. The small beach can get quickly packed, mostly with for­eign­ers who love a good ol' sun­bathing or surf­ing ses­sion. One down­side is the warung clut­ter­ing the beach and cre­at­ing waste, mak­ing the place look un­clean. But on a hap­pier note, Padang Padang is fa­mous for throw­ing regular full moon par­ties and re­ally knows how to make peo­ple get down and dirty in true is­land style.

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