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first_imgGo back to the enewsletterSix Senses Uluwatu, Bali, is open, adding another destination to the group’s portfolio.True to Six Senses’ inimitable style, Six Senses Uluwatu, Bali features 103 villas and suites, which include 28sky suites, 62 one-bedroom villas, seven two-bedroom villas, four three-bedroom villas, The Retreat and thePresidential Villa, that draw upon the local culture, embrace nature and offer sweeping views of the IndianOcean from its Pecatu cliffside perch.The resort is built with indigenous materials and harmoniously incorporates local Balinese architecture and craftsmanship, based on sustainable design principles.It offers three restaurants and three bars, all perched on the cliff-side, all with uninterrupted ocean views. They serve a selection of modern and fusion dishes, based on the seasonal local Balinese traditional cuisine with added influences from the region. Options include:Crudo Crudo – The culinary heart of Six Senses Uluwatu. For lunch, it features a Nikkei-style sushi-ceviche bar menu prepared with local, hand-picked ingredients. At dinner time, it offers a true traditional Balinese market experience with spices, flavours and aromas from the local cuisine.Rocka – An ever-changing menu based on the seasons that brings the farm to the table. At any given time of the year, the culinary team sources fresh, local elements that are at their peak and create dishes that bring out their true flavours and scents. Experience the best of international and locally inspired cuisine.Rocka Edge – Never a dull moment at the Chef’s table! The Chef prepares a new exclusive menu every day in the open kitchen with the fresh harvest and catch of the day.The Cliff Bar – With the best panoramic view of Uluwatu, The Cliff offers poolside classics, freshly oven-baked specialties combining Southeast Asian spices with traditional doughs and homemade pastas.Six Senses Uluwatu, Bali offers extraordinary cultural and destination immersions for all its guests to enjoy, in and out of the resort. For those seeking an adventure to explore Bali from land, sea and sky, a series of experiences are also available. They include:Safari to Caldera Volcano Batur – An outback adventure to visit Batur, an active volcano. Ride a 4×4 onto its black lava field, discover hidden caves and the ancient site of the old Balinese kingdom. Includes a four-course lunch amid the valley overlooking Lake Batur.Romantic dinner atop a volcano – Experience sunset atop a volcano. Accompanied by a guide, guests trek to the summit of Mount Batur for a picnic-style three-course dinner with stunning views. They’ll see old lava flows and the beautiful crater lake.Mepantigan – The mystical martial art Mepantigan is a new cultural phenomenon of martial art influenced by Balinese drama, contemporary dancing and gamelan music. Guests learn the basics before jumping into mud then a dip in the river followed by a simple organic lunch.Spiritual purification – Experience a Balinese bathing ritual at the sacred grounds of Tirta Empul in Ubud, with the guidance of a local priest followed by offerings and a visit to holy water spring to complete the cleansing ritual. Visit the 10-shrine complex of Gunung Kawi temple and Goa Gajah.Cinema Paradiso – Watch a movie under the stars on the big screen with your significant other, family or friends. Grab your complimentary ice-cream on your way or order drinks from Rocka Bar.Six Senses Spa Uluwatu, Bali will embrace a farm-to-massage concept, where locally sourced ingredients areused for both signature and locally inspired treatments. The Spa will feature 10 treatments rooms, an outdoor massage area, a relaxation area, a fully equipped gym and a yoga pavilion.Go back to the enewsletterlast_img

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