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Jimbaran is located in the south of Kuta. It is sandwiched between the International Airport, now this area is full of new villas and luxury hotels with good services. There are many places where vestiges of the idyllic fishing village remains, this is the area that can be a relaxing quietly. In addition, at the northern end of Jimbaran Beach. There is a fish market and a line of restaurants area in the beach called Jimbaran Cafe. In this café area, the table are arranged on the sand. There is also many foods that you can enjoy while watching the setting sun such as barbecue and fresh seafood. It has attracted many tourists at dusk.

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    Uluwatu Kecak & Seafood Dinner

    Walk around the famous Uluwatu Temple, which stands loftily on the edge of a sheer cliff that plunges into the Indian Ocean. At sunset, visitors can relax and enjoy a performance of the traditional Balinese Kecak dance. Primarily performed by men, and involving both chanting and interpretive dance, it has its origins as a means of communicating with God or ancestors. After the performance, visitors are invited to a fresh seafood barbecue to finish off a satisfying day.

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    Jenggala Keramik

    As the premier ceramics maker in Bali, Jenggala Keramik has been providing tableware and decorative accents to luxury resorts, hotels and restaurants around the globe. Modern but also has the warm texture of a handmade product. Well known as Asian Modern Tableware, more than 200 colors and 3000 different designs are available.

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    Surfer's Paradise

    Founded by a legendary surfer (the late) I Wayan Suwenda along with his wife Suzi Suwenda.Surfer’s Paradise stores provides world recognizde surf, skate and street brands from Oakley, Rip Curl, Quicksilver, Volcom, Hurley, Reef, Cult, DC, Dragon and many more. Also cute girls bikinis are available.

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    Sami Sami

    Serving trattoria-style Italian cuisine, this stylish open-air Bali restaurant is located on a bluff overlooking the Indian Ocean, offering brilliant views any time of day and at sunset. The rustic Italian cuisine includes a complete selection of antipasti, sandwiches, wood-fired pizzas, fresh pastas, seafood, meat and desserts.

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    Rock Bar

    The Rock Bar is positioned on natural rocks 14 metres above the Indian Ocean at the base of Ayana Resort’s towering cliffs. At this innovative open-top bar, you can enjoy the rhythm of the ocean merges with funky tunes from the DJ booth. Sunset viewing is a popular affair here. They serve a delectable selection of tapas and signature cocktails. Dress code: Smart clothes. Access: Cable car. Daybeds are available if you spend a certain price.

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    Kisik

    Take the inclinator down the cliff-face and choose your favorite seafood from the display, fresh from the boats. Kisik’s team of chefs will cook it to perfection and serve it with a delicious array of accompaniments. The dining tables are situated on the sand, surrounded by glowing tiki torches and the iridescent Ocean Beach Pool.

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    Dava

    A view of the beautiful Indian ocean and their chic interior designs are their charms. Try the outdoor seats surrounded by the lotus pond or the air conditioned private rooms. Also the Martini bar inside the restaurant is an ideal place to enjoy your cocktail time before or after your meal.

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    Taman Wantilan

    Celebrating the beauty of the Four Season resort’s oceanfront location, Taman Wantilan boasts two Balinese-style pavilions, open to natural breezes and soaring views over Jimbaran Bay. The menu showcases authentic, home-style Indonesian cuisine. The candle lit dinner is very romantic here.

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    Balique

    The traditional seaside village and Balique suit each other harmoniously, as Balique pays homage to all the best of the Indonesian archipelago under its whirring fan-open style roof, in both the style and cuisine stakes. If you appreciate an authentic step into the past in stunning surroundings teemed with objets d’art, as well as a delicious menu. Also check out their unique bath room.

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    Warung Mie

    Their special is the mie (noodles), but also has a variety of Indonesian food. It is situated next to a water garden and has a very classic atmosphere with antique furniture imported from Java. It has an open kitchen where you can watch the skills of the professional cooks.