Once a sleepy little beach with a handful of warungs, Bingin has changed a lot in the last few years. Nowadays, there is a full on beach community at Bingin with one hundred different places to stay. Even with all of this development, Bingin has maintained its charm and is a great place to go and spend a few days.
Situated at the end of the Impossibles reef, Bingin is all about the barrel. On a mid-ranged swell with a mid-tide, it will produce an open, clean, mechanical barrel. Due to its nature, this place can draw quite a crowd. Visiting surfers, ripping locals and a small takeoff spot can make it difficult to get one of these gems.
Bingin also breaks over a super shallow reef with an almost dry end section. This spot has claimed quite a bit of skin from those trying to go for that one last turn.
Unfolding in a seemingly impossible design, the luxury Anantara Uluwatu Resort cascades dramaticly down the cliff-side rolling into the Indian Ocean at right in front of the legendary Impossibles.
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