3 Spots in Nusa Ceningan for Sunset and Cocktails

Nusa Ceningan, a small island south of Bali, is revving up the dining scene on the Straits of Badung. Whether you’re hankering after a quick snack, craft cocktails or a swanky spot to watch the sun go down, here are three places to check out.

Photo: Le Pirate Beach Club

1. Le Pirate Beach Club

Le Pirate Beach Club is the perfect place for a sundowner, offering panoramic views of the golden yellow bridge, which connects Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan. Quirky white and turquoise cabins accent the tranquil pool area, making Le Pirate a trendy choice for travelers to retreat to from Bali’s hustling main island. The cabins are petite, but with these beauties facing the ocean, you’ll find that size doesn’t matter. After exploring the island, make a pitstop at the bar and tuck into refreshing cocktails like the potent long island iced tea or the classic margarita a few of these and you’ll be stumbling out of here like a real pirate.

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Photo: Sea Breeze Warung

2. Sea Breeze Warung

If you didn’t capture yourself in a candid swing photo, did you really visit Bali? Rest assured, your Instagram feed will be on point after visiting this beautiful spot. Flaunting chilled-out ambient and relaxed seating, the restaurant lets one kick back in style on comfy bean bags, hammocks, and swings. The open air-restaurant boasts warm tropical vibes, complemented by stunning views overlooking the seaweed harvesting farms. Bring your appetite with you as the mee goreng (fried noodles) is scrumptious and perfect with a frozen margarita. Cheeky hand-written signs, mismatched decorations, and nautical painted walls make this beach hub a truly photo-worthy locale.

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Photo: Next Level Café

3. Next Level Café
Enjoy sprawling ocean views from the high vantage point of Next Level Café. With colorful caricatures splashed on the walls, patterned blue floor tiles, and saturated blue leather lounges, the café is both groovy and laid-back. Travelers flock here for the vibrantly colored smoothie bowls, including The Yellow Bridge bowl, which is jam-packed with tropical fruits like banana, pineapple, and mango, and topped with crunchy nuts and granola. On the cocktail menu, you’ll find margaritas, daiquiris, and mojitos in various fruity flavors.

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