Infinity8 Bali in collaboration with Tropical Temptation Beach Club Nestled on the foreshore of Melasti Beach, one of the most well-known beaches in Bali. Find a fresh and invigorating ambiance sink into the comfort of a daybed or sofa with an aperitif or a Tropical Temptation Beach Club signature cocktail, served with locally inspired food as a live daily DJ sets the mood for reveling.
Be our guest and enjoy a guaranteed daybed with no minimum spending!
Free shuttle every day with admission fee IDR 10,000 per person to Tropical Temptation Beach Club.
Shuttle service is available at 11 AM, 2 PM, 5 PM.
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Ngurah Rai International Airport (Indonesian: Bandar Udara Internasional Ngurah Rai) (IATA: DPS, ICAO: WADD), officially known as I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, is the main airport in Bali, located 13 km south of Denpasar. Ngurah Rai is the second busiest airport in Indonesia after Soekarno–Hatta International Airport. In 2018, the airport served 23,779,178 passengers. The airport has category IX and is capable of serving wide-body aircraft including the Boeing 747-8 and Airbus A380.
Airport Council International has awarded Ngurah Rai International Airport as the world’s third-best airport (with 15-25 million passengers each year) in 2016 based on their services.
The airport is named after I Gusti Ngurah Rai, a Balinese hero who died on 20 November 1946 in a Puputan (fight to the death) against the Dutch at Marga in Tabanan, where the Dutch defeated his company with air support, killing Ngurah Rai and 95 others during the Indonesian Revolution in 1946.
Uluwatu Temple, or Pura Luhur Uluwatu, one of six key temples believed to be Bali’s spiritual pillars, is renowned for its magnificent location, perched on top of a steep cliff approximately 70 meters above sea level. This temple also shares the splendid sunset backdrops as that of Tanah Lot Temple, another important sea temple located in the island’s western shores. Pura Luhur Uluwatu is definitely one of the top places on the island to go to for sunset delights, with direct views overlooking the beautiful Indian Ocean and daily Kecak dance performances. Balinese architecture, traditionally-designed gateways, and ancient sculptures add to Uluwatu Temple’s appeal
GARUDA WISNU KENCANA Cultural Park is a +/- 60ha area of cultural park located in Ungasan, Badung Regency. GWK Cultural Park offers a lavish Indonesian cultural heritage for years to come with the upcoming monumental Garuda Wisnu Kencana Statue as the Indonesian Icon of civilization, the number one cultural icon in Bali.
Melasti Beach is a big strip of white sand in Ungasan, south Bali (near the Uluwatu area), with a road carved into the tall limestone cliffs, giving it a stunning background.
This is a beautiful beach to relax on, and it’s becoming one of the most popular beaches in south Bali, with lots of new beach clubs and all the facilities you need.
Mostly open from afternoon until late, each Jimbaran seafood restaurants serves freshly grilled seafood at candlelit tables laid out on the beachfront.
Tanjung Benoa or the Benoa peninsula just north of Nusa Dua has become much busier over the years and has a wide range of accommodations. Benoa peninsula is a scenic 5 kilometers of coconut palms and fine sand. The area is the almost exclusive home of luxury hotels, private villas, fine restaurants, open-air cafes, and water sports facilities. The resort has become busier over recent years with more hotels Bali Resort and Spa joining impressive resorts. The shape of the beach, also makes Tanjung Benoa perfect for water sports with no shortage of shops catering to marine sports enthusiasts.
Right at the tip of the peninsula is the quiet port of Tanjung Benoa, with its village-like alleyways and rows of traditional fishing boats and yachts. Offshore “Turtle Island” is the site of a sacred sea temple. Tanjung Benoa has something for everyone -especially if we are water sports fun. Snorkeling, diving, windsurfing, water skiing, powerboats, banana boats, and reef fishing. (The reef is just 200 meters from the shoreline at the northeastern tip).
Dreamland Beach is among the collection of ‘hidden’ beaches of Bali: stretches of white sand secluded by limestone cliffs that line the rugged coastline of the southern Bukit Peninsula. The beach became highly accessible following the mega development of the Pecatu Graha and Pecatu Indah Resort projects that, at the turn of the millennium, transformed the 400Ha hilly terrain into the ‘New Kuta’. Despite rampant development over its limestone landscape, Dreamland Beach retains much of its rugged charm on the sand, particularly for beachgoers, day-trippers and surfers who enjoy some of Bali’s best reef breaks near the shore and close paddle outs to the neighboring world-class reef breaks, namely Balangan up north and Impossible down south (both for advanced riders). On the sand, you can choose deck chairs and parasols for rent, or enjoy a massage.
Much of the local ‘warung’’’ food stall scene of yesteryear is gone, however, some small shops can be found and beach peddlers offering cold soft drinks and Bintangs still roam free. Expect some flotsam and jetsam during the wet season with westerly winds (usually between October through April), as well as the common crowds over the local holidays and mid-year school breaks. Some sections of the beach are swimmable, but further, out the currents are strong. Stay on for the dramatic sunsets.