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Ungasan & Around

Ungasan & Around


If Ulu Watu is all about celebrating the surfer vibe, Ungasan is all about celebrating yourself. From crossroads near this otherwise nondescript village, roads radiate to the south coast where some of Bali’s most exclusive ocean-side resorts can be found. With the infinite turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean rolling hypnotically in the distance it’s hard not to think you’ve reached the end of the world, albeit a very comfortable one.

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