We hope you spend most of your time in Nusa Lembongan just resting and relaxing, but if you’re in Bali for a short time here are a few things you can do.


Ku De Ta
Make the most of the ocean front in Bali while you can. Ku De Ta has a delicious breakfast menu and good options for the kids too. If you’re around on a Sunday, they put on a kids play event for the morning with fun activities.

Spa - Rob Peetoom
Rob Peetoom is a bit of pampering everyone needs to have on their holiday. A beautiful salon with 2 locations in Kuta Beachwalk Mall and Seminyak. We recommend at the Seminyak location to sit outside with a view of the rice paddies while getting your toes done. No doubt your friends will be jealous.


Probably go and check out their instagram page and the pictures say it all… A lovely little rice field spot with Indonesian and Western food. Set amongst the rice paddies and have something to eat. Breakfast and Lunch times are our pick to enjoy the day time setting.


Try the Kangaroo cocktail at Potatohead. It’s our favourite, delicious and you’ll want another one. This is the prime spot for sunset and there is a pool and day beds if you want to hang out for a little big longer or during the day. There is a minimum spend and book in advance to get a spot!

W HOTEL Seminyak
The famous W Hotel is a little bit of luxury right on the beach. Woo Bar is famous for it’s sunsets and cocktails in a super relaxed chilled setting. It always seems to be happening at WooBar.


Merah Putih
Merah Putih is a popular Indonesian restaurant with superb food. A large space, with indoor gardens and a cute bar to have a beverage first before dinner. They serve Indonesian classic dishes with traditional spices and the pork belly is a must try.

We like to start our evening with a cocktail lounge side, by the rice paddies. Then move to your dining table when you’re ready to eat. It’s an old favourite of ours and we like to take advantage of the variety of seafood options and delicious desserts. The Jimbaran whole fish always ends up on our table for dinner.

We love an open kitchen and appreciate the way the cooks go at it in the kitchen. It’s a cosy space and while they are more seafood focused, they do offer great steaks, duck and suckling pig. The Lombok scallops to start is our recommendation!

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