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Bingin Beach, Bali Overview

Located just 10 minutes from Uluwatu temple, Bingin beach in Pecatu is the ideal spot for experienced surfers looking for challenging waves. Hidden by limestone cliffs and uneven rocks, getting here is quite the struggle; however, the view at Bingin beach makes the effort worth it. For non-surfers, the beachscape during low-tide is a spectacular sight.

Bingin is a beautiful and stunning beach which is loved by everyone for its unparalleled views of the Indian Ocean, chilling on the soft white sand or surfing the ocean waves. The beach is a hot spot for surfing, and there are also options available to rent a surfboard or get a basic surfing lesson if one is a beginner. However, if one is not very keen on surfing, there are also different options to walk over to the south. Explore some of the secluded beaches or enjoy some delicious food by the beach.

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Best Time to Visit Bingin Beach

If one is on the lookout to enjoy the fun crowd at the beach, the time between April and June would be the best time to visit. July has some light showers which characterize the month. On the other hand, if one is on the lookout for a more peaceful experience with the lesser crowd, the time between August and October would be the best time to visit.

Surfing at Bingin Beach

Bingin Beach is a great spot for surfing, and it is one of the best beaches to surf for an experienced surfer. However, if one does not know how to surf, enquire at the help desk, and they will guide you with the surfing options. A basic surfing lesson along with a surfboard, will be available on rent for around IDR 50000.
The best time to surf on the Bingin Beach is from May to October. This period is the dry season and creates the best setting with the offshore winds coming from the east, creating the perfect waves to surf on.

Food and Restaurants at Bingin Beach

One will find some of the best restaurants in the vicinity of the Bingin Beach in Bali. The restaurant scene is top-notch, and one will find some fantastic international and local cuisines along with some individual items like fresh coconut water, and roasted almonds and chestnuts.
Here are some of the great restaurants at Bingin Beach:
1. Bukit Café:
Bukit Café is a cute little place on the corner of the Bingin Beach, which is famous for freshly squeezed juices and beverages, and the fajitas are surely something to rave about!
2. 360 Restaurant:
The restaurant stays true to its name and offers a large variety of mouth-watering cuisines ranging from Japanese, Chinese to different international cuisines.
3. Sun and Surf Stay:
This place is excellent for breakfast or lunch and offers some of the most delicious pizzas on the island along with superb fish and chips.
4. Lucky Fish:
Lucky fish is a unique place which provides a fish barbeque which is said to be the best on the beach and considered to be a must-have for every seafood lover.
5. Lucky Fish Lounge:
Located just near the Lucky Fish restaurant is the Lucky Fish Lounge which offers a great spread of dim sums, salads, sandwiches, coffee, and some fantastic cocktails. It is a vast place spread over two levels and is mostly famous for its ambience, live music, and live sports, all the while enjoying the views of the beautiful sunset by the beach.

How To Reach Bingin Beach

Bingin beach is located at the west coast of Uluwatu and if one is staying close to Uluwatu, hire a cab or scooter and head over to the beach. However, if one is travelling from Kuta, Seminyak or Canggu, it will approximately be 1 to 1 and a half hour journey to Bingin Beach.
Address: Jl. Pantai Bingin, Pecatu, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali, Indonesia

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