Padang Padang Beach

Padang Padang Beach - A Surfing Destination

Padang Padang Beach is a famous Bali surf spot, which is just a kilometre southwest of the Anantara Uluwatu Resort. Featuring a 100m stretch of sand this beach is an exotic setting. The beach is accessible down a lengthy flight of stairs and through a hollow rock entrance.

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Padang Padang plays host to international surf events including the Rip Curl Cup. This spot is also famous for being featured in the movie Eat, Pray, Love (don’t forget to check out our Eat, Pray, Love tour!).

A 40-minute drive from the Kuta/Seminyak area it’s best to take a private driver as local transport can be tricky to find here. Board rental, basic food and cold drinks are all available on the beach.

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