Pantai Dreamland Beach is one of our favourite beaches in Uluwatu, with incredibly vibrant blue water, soft golden sand and towering cliffs. There’s always a lot going on at Dreamland Beach, especially at sunset as people flock to the clifftop to watch the sun go down.
If you’re planning a trip to Uluwatu, you can’t miss Pantai Dreamland Beach. Keep reading for everything you need to know about before you visit.
Best time to visit Pantai Dreamland Beach in Bali
You can visit Pantai Dreamland Beach at just about any time of day, but it’s one of the best spots to watch sunset, so if you can stay until then we recommend it. This is also a popular surf spot, so if you’re interested in surfing, check out the surf report for Dreamland Beach here.
How to get to Dreamland Beach in Bali
By far the best way to get around Bali is by scooter – this island is just not made for cars. Most accommodations will be able to arrange a scooter rental for you, and if you hire for multiple days you can usually haggle down to around 60,000 IDR per day. If you’re not comfortable driving in Bali, you can always hire a private driver online.
Pantai Dreamland Beach is on Bali’s southwest coast and can be easily found on Google Maps. On the way to Dreamland Beach we drove through a pristine and landscaped estate with high end resorts and a golf course. There is an official parking lot on the right side of the waterway that runs through the beach.
What to bring to Pantai Dreamland Beach
Entrance Fee To Dreamland Beach Bali
There is fortunately no entrance fee for Dreamland Beach, however there is a 5000 IDR parking fee for scooters and 20000 IDR fee for cars when you use the official parking lot. You’ll walk through a whole bunch of souvenir stalls on your way to the beach so you might want to bring some extra cash or be prepared to practice your best “no thank you” as the vendors vie for your attention.
What to expect at Bali Dreamland Beach
Dreamland Beach is a beautiful beach with a lot to see and do. It is a wellknown surf spot with one of Uluwatu’s few smaller beach breaks, making it a popular spot for beginner to intermediate surfers. When the swell is larger, it makes for fantastic entertainment watching the advanced and pro surfers shred it.
At the entrance of Dreamland Beach you’ll find a lot of beachside bars and restaurants, as well as beach umbrellas for rent. This area is usually pretty busy, so if you like people watching it’s a great place to chill out and enjoy the scenery.
If you continue to the left side of Dreamland Beach, you’ll see it gets a lot more rugged and natural. Enormous limestone cliffs tower over the beach, and there are even a couple of caves to explore.
Dreamland Bali Cliffs
The fun doesn’t stop at the sand, as you can actually hike up the hill to the clifftop and enjoy an epic view of the beach. At sunset this area can be packed with people all admiring the horizon, but it’s a really cool vibe so we didn’t mind sharing it with others.
More Beaches in Uluwatu
Uluwatu has been blessed with some of the best beaches in Bali. Check out more of the stunning beaches in the area: