To dine for
precious china Experience of the senses at Table8
seminyak's little italy Italian authenticity just next door
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.