The project to connect Pererenan Beach with Echo Beach continues daily. When I first reported on the development project there were a few dozen massive rocks moving into place.
A couple of months later a walking trail was being formed:
Now there’s red brick finish work underway, and across the large stream you can see the concrete bulwark that will support the future walking bridge:
The future marriage of Echo Beach and Pererenan Beach is a bright one indeed.
If there is one constant here in Bali, it’s that of dynamic change. Trying to capture a particular “neighborhood” is at best a blurry snapshot, as cafes pop up, villas and shops appear, and the landscape is suddenly, almost magically different.
Swipe your way from Pererenan beach to the main road, Jalan Raya Canggu:
A formula for success in the club-making business is:
— find a magnificent cliff that’s not too far away from the crowds
— spend ridiculous amounts of money and time creating an impossible perch for the bar
— don’t cut corners on great sound and lighting systems
— add some chill-out spots
— add a swanky swimming pool
— and then top it all off with awesome food and drink options
The “bar” is set very high in Bali for beach clubs, but bars situated on cliffs are a breed unto themselves.
The newest and perhaps the most outrageous is OMNIA Dayclub Bali.
Here a few photos that I took on my birthday there in April with my wife Shelly: