Visit Bukit Peninsula, Indonesia
Bali's southern peninsula is known as "Bukit", meaning "hill" in Indonesian.
This area is home to Bali's most dramatic coastal scenery; panoramic views of the Indian Ocean and its pounding surf from the cliff tops of southern Bali are simply breathtaking. The Bukit's beaches are isolated due to limited access and are arguably some of the finest stretches of sand on the island.
Pura Luhur Uluwatu is perched high above the ocean on the Bukit's south western tip and is one of Bali's most important and spiritual Temples.
This sample itinerary will give you an idea of what is possible when you travel in Bukit Peninsula, and showcases routes we know work particularly well. Treat this as inspiration, because your trip will be created uniquely by one of our specialists.
Map of Bukit Peninsula
Places & hotels on the map
Places near Bukit Peninsula
- Jimbaran less than 5 miles away
- Seminyak 10 miles away
- Sanur 11 miles away
- Lembongan Island 21 miles away
- Ubud 23 miles away
- Candidasa 35 miles away
- Medewi 38 miles away
- Munduk 39 miles away
- Lovina 46 miles away
- Tembok 49 miles away
- Bali 52 miles away
- Pemuteran 59 miles away
- Bali Barat National Park 60 miles away
- Senggigi 65 miles away
- The Gili Islands 69 miles away
- Sire Beach 71 miles away
- Medana Bay 73 miles away
- Ijen National Park 81 miles away
- Lombok 86 miles away
- Mount Rinjani 93 miles away
- Mount Bromo 164 miles away
- Moyo Island 170 miles away
- Malang 184 miles away
- Surabaya 198 miles away
- Tambolaka 282 miles away
- Pantai Marosi 291 miles away
- Pantai Nihiwatu 295 miles away
- Komodo Island 297 miles away
Photos of Bukit Peninsula
Accommodation choices for Bukit Peninsula
We’ve selected a range of accommodation options for when you visit Bukit Peninsula. Our choices usually come recommended for their character, facilities and service or location. Our specialists always aim to suggest properties that match your preferences.
The contemporary Balinese villas are designed to make the most of these stunning views and all have a private pool looking out over the Indian Ocean.
Without doubt the most stunning property in Bali's arid Bukit Peninsula. It has just 35 luxurious suites, all with four-poster beds and round tables for private dining, a sunken indoor bath, outdoor shower, a garden courtyard and a terrace.