It’s had a name change and some tweaks, though a former Finns Beach Club is still a same cruisey mark that has done a five-year-old venue such a organisation favourite among Bali’s party-going crowd.
At a bottom of a cliffs during Ungasan Cliff Resort, a thespian mark reached around a cliff-hugging funicular that transports guest 150-metres down a cliff-face, is a private beach with bamboo pavilion and newly minted oceanfront massage huts.
Chef James Viles of two-hatted Bowral excellent caf� Biota recently partnered with a venue and a new menu showcases internal produce, despite a bit hit-and-miss in execution and flavour.
That said, this is a place for all-day beach sports. Along with a food and splash credit, use of towels, beanbags and sunbeds, a $30 adult day pass includes total H2O competition rigging hire; a choice of stand-up paddle board, boat or snorkelling. Stick around for nightfall and a possibility to toast s’mores on a bonfire.