The much-loved beach house has finally returned to the Nusa Dua shoreline, just steps away from the blissful Indian Ocean. And not with just a brand new face, but also with upgraded offerings.
The name ‘Kulkul’ refers to the traditional Balinese wooden bells, used to gather the locals for special moments and ceremonies. As an idyllic and chic seaside retreat, Kulkul Beach House invites everyone to relax in its beautifully designed venue with a social setting.
Whether for spending lazy days in an outdoor cabana area by the 12-meter adults-only pool, or lingering over laid-back afternoons in the shade, the beachfront venue is sure to deliver an enthralling experience – good times only! As you gather for special occasions, a mellow mix of house and Mediterranean music will play over the beach house.
Come by the golden time as the sky turns its colour and makes a mesmerizing reflection on the wave tops. But if you’re more of a nightlife devotee, don’t worry – the sparkling starlight will be your best companion.
With a revamped interior design highlighting wooden and nature-inspired decor, Kulkul Beach House also shows its consideration for sustainability. It thoughtfully designed its kitchen with an emphasis on zero-waste dining and drinking. Sourcing local produce from local partners, the beach house offers traditional comfort food – with vegetarian and vegan options – and superb seafood specialty dishes.
Complementing the fresh menu options are the easy-to-share light bites – featuring crumbly seafood croquettes served with beetroot salad and punchy wasabi aioli, the signature ‘About Pumpkin’ made of roasted pumpkin with pumpkin purée and pumpkin flowers. For dessert, you should try Kulkul’s refreshing homemade coconut, raspberry, or strawberry sorbets. Or, you can go with its rich chocolate tarts with passionfruit.
Also, you can’t miss the cocktails! The bar team’s signature drinks make novel use of nitrogen, smoke, foam, and ice, to bring you a world-class taste and experience. Try the N20 cocktail, made exclusively from locally sourced ingredients such as arak, coffee, and honey, perfect for chilling on hot days.
Other popular offerings include the bar’s spritzer, including the Negritzer – an intriguing spin on the classic Negroni features Campari, sweet vermouth, angostura bitters, and sparkling wine, Piña Espumada, which blends coconut rum with juicy local pineapples and freshly blended coconut cream, and Sambal Mary – or Bloody Mary, but in a distinct Indonesian interpretation.
Lounge around and chill out at Kulkul Beach House to indulge yourself in a relaxed Bohemian ambience, and don’t miss out on the live DJ sets on Friday and Saturday evenings!