It’s all about location, and Ulu Cliffhouse can boast a fabulous one. This beach club playground is set atop a cliff on the Bukit Peninsula where a 25-metre pool reflects the nearby ocean. There’s a music recording studio and a cool art space. Food and drinks can be enjoyed in the open air at The Cliff Restaurant where Peruvian Chef Diego Munoz, of Astrid & Gaston fame, cooks up a storm, or at The Rock Bar set into the cliff face and where everything from in-house cold pressed juices incorporating local herbs and vegetables, to kombucha and a range of creative cocktails is on offer.
A relaxed yet sophisticated setting with stunning views, it’s the perfect place to see in the sunset. Care has been taken over every aspect and the food and drinks menu is excellent, ensuring an all-round sensational experience.
Great for groups, whether it’s a fun family day out or a gathering of good friends.
DJs take to the decks daily from 4pm to see guests through the sunset. Weekend brunch with free flow prosecco or champagne is available for two hour sessions between 12 and 8pm on Saturdays.
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