These rooftop bars in Bali would change your life – Breathtaking Rooftop Bars in Bali

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Bali is one of the planet’s most spectacular tropical destinations and has a lot to offer, ranging from beautiful beaches and lush rainforests to even some heritage sites.

Almost astonishingly, there are also some beautiful places to grab a drink and a snack while enjoying the good company of friends, associates or that special someone.

You would find many of these places on blogs such as The Dine and Wine.

When it comes to after-dusk fun during city nights, club hopping is one of the go-to indulgences.


Double Six Rooftop


Sometimes however, one would need a good place to grab a drink and unwind during the daylight hours, and one of the finest places to do so in Bali would be at the Double Six Rooftop, which is featured at the famous Blue Ocean Beach.



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The bar features a selection of pods that have been beautifully and comfortably furnished with cushions and placed around a central fire-pit which is often used to grill some indulgent bites.



Velvet and Hypnotised, Kuta


For a place to indulge in some sunset dining as well as some casual lounging, there’s Velvet and Hypnotised. In addition to revitalising cocktails and beverages, the establishment is renowned for serving some incredible Pan-Asian cuisine. 🍸🍹



La Plancha , Bali


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La Plancha is one of the most colourful rooftop dining and lounging destinations Bali has to offer, and it is definitely an intriguing sight. Guests can choose a variety of seating options, ranging from tables on the deck to bean-bags under parasols.

The cuisine at La Plancha is Spanish, and is bound to be an experience to treasure. It is situated right on the beach, providing unadulterated views of the ocean and Seminyak’s tropical splendour.

If you ever find yourself in Bali, be sure to take time between enjoying her tropical splendour to grace some of the island’s best rooftop watering holes. 🍸

Since you’re here find some awesome things to do and see in Bali below 🙂

Taman Festival Park- Abandoned theme Park in Bali

Bali Hai Dolphin Cruise – Dolphin Delight

Stay fit and get the best shape of yours at Bali Kuta – Be fit on holiday!

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Colombo was an important focal point on ancient west to east trade routes and now is a bustling metropolis and a commercial and tourist hub.

What Colombo offers
The delights of Colombo will make your days fly. Mega malls offer varied shopping and discos and night clubs offer a pulsating night life. Sri Lankan and global cuisine are there for all tastes. The term hotel Colombo covers a variety of options and if you are looking for contemporary luxury then Jetwing Colombo Seven would be a good choice.

Places to see
The National Museum in Colombo Seven showcases Sri Lankan History and the Natural History Museum offers an insight into indigenous flora and fauna. The Viharamaha Devi Park is a good place to relax as is the ocean fronted Galle Face Green. The Zoological Gardens in Dehiwala has indigenous animals and birds as well as a wide ranging species from all over the world. The bird sanctuaries at Talangama and Attidiya have indigenous and migrant species.

Religious Sites
The Kelaniya, Gangaramaya, and Bellanwila temples and Borella’s Gothami Viharaya are Buddhist Temples worth visiting. The Dutch Reformed Church is a gem of Dutch architecture and has many interesting tomb stores. The Captain Garden’s Kovil and the red and white Jami –Ul –Alfar Masjid or Mosque are icons of the respective religions.

Other Attractions
Apey Gama is a tourist attraction in Battaramulla and is set up like a traditional village. Traditional handicrafts and food are on sale. The Puppet Museum in Dehiwala, and the Dutch Hospital (now a mall) and Dutch Museum are well worth a visit.

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Unawatuna Beach, Sri Lanka -Catch the Summer Fever in Unawatuna!

Unawatuna Beach

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With such clear, blue waters surrounding its coasts, it’s no surprise that the island nation of Sri Lanka is famous for amazing beaches. The beach is a necessary experience of all kinds of Sri Lanka tours, whether they be adventurous, a family vacation, solo trip or even a wellness retreat. Some beaches are ideal for specific requirements. For example, Arugam Bay in the island’s East Coast is perfect for surfers, both pros and amateurs alike; as its home to a range of great surf breaks. If you talk to a reputed agent the likes of the Sri Lanka Tailor-made, they will guide you to the beach destination that is most suited to your requirements.

But, let’s say you don’t have any specific need and you just want to experience the best of Sri Lanka’s beaches, there is a beach that is just ideal for anybody and everybody from the kids to the adults and that is the Unawatuna Beach!

Where is it? The charming coastal hamlet of Unawatuna lies about 2 hours away from Colombo, one of the two capital cities of Sri Lanka; where the country’s international airport is located in. You can travel to Unawatuna or “Una” as it is lovingly called; either through the scenic coastal Galle Road or the much quicker Southern Expressway. You can choose to do a one-day trip to Una or you could get a much better experience by staying at one of the many resorts huddled along the beach.

Once you’ve reached Unawatuna here are things that you could try out.

Diving & Snorkelling

Una is famous for its gorgeous coral reefs so trying out diving and snorkelling is a must. A boat ride of about 20-30 minutes will take you to a dive site consisting of a range of ship wrecks including the once-illustrious ‘Rangoon’ a British vessel sunk 100 years ago!

Jungle Beach

One of the most exquisite beaches in Unawatuna and the country overall. Jungle Beach is situated about 4 kilometres away from Una, and you need to trek through a little bit of a forest to get to the beach, hence the name. Its got a really cool reef as well.

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