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Best Day and Night Clubs in Bali, Indonesia

Over the last couple years, Bali has become one of the most desired travel destinations in the world. As a result, companies have capitalized on the “Bali vibe” and designed day clubs to be trendy and picturesque. Here is a list of the best 14 day & night clubs on the Island in no particular order.

In the heart of Seminyak sits one of Bali’s gems. What was once a private villa, is now a hotspot for tourists and locals to grab a bite to eat or party all night long. The bar consists of multiple stories and features a Christ of the Redeemer statue that compliments the bars theme. There is no entry fee and it usually gets popular around midnight. As a fair warning, there is usually a line, so plan accordingly. The bouncers really do not care to be tipped here either to cut the line.

A day club that has 3 high dives? Yes, you read that right! Mrs. Sippy is one of the most unique day clubs in the world! Guests get completely drunk and then belly flop off a 16 foot (5M) high dive. Careful not to get too rowdy or they will ban you from using the high dive. Mrs. Sippy is open from 8:00 AM – 12:00 AM. Be advised that kids are not permitted to stay after 12:00 PM. Come for brunch, rent a daybed, and show off your olympic diving skills.

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Located on one of Bali’s best beaches, Echo Beach, is La Brisa. A perfectly designed oasis that makes you feel like you are on your own private island. La Brisa has a unique Balinese vibe as the entire place is perfectly crafted out of reclaimed wood from more than 500 old local fishing boats. Plop yourself on a beanbag and watch the waves crash as you sip on a margarita.

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Finns Beach Club needs no introduction. Famous for its front-row beachside location, Finns is a traveler’s paradise. A day spent here can feel like a couple hours as you lounge the day away on your luxurious daybed, while enjoying drinks from one of their five bars. If you are up to the challenge, you can rent a surfboard from the locals on the beach and paddle out to catch a couple waves. Be aware that there is a minimum spending limit on the daybeds.

Unless you live under a rock, you have an Instagram account. And if you have ever looked at pictures of Bali on Instagram, you have come across La Laguna. What separates this beach club from the others is the extraordinary gypsy & chic decor. They are open all day long, but the most popular time to come is during sunset. La Laguna is a massive complex, so if you are looking to make a reservation, make sure you specify where you would like to sit.

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When you visit a club backed by the Hakkasan Group, you are guaranteed to have a good time. Located on top of a cliff in Uluwatu, Omnia gives you million dollar views, tasty cocktails, and world class DJs. There is generally a cover charge of around $15, and if you are planning to go when a DJ is scheduled to perform, you are required to buy a ticket to be admitted.

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When you think of Bali, you think of being at La Plancha. A beachfront restaurant and bar that can be spotted from a mile away. With every colored umbrella and beanbag you could imagine, La Plancha is a little slice of Bali heaven. It is packed almost every sunset, so go early if you plan on relaxing in one of their beanbags. Kick back and enjoy a beer while listening to old school vintage music.

If you have done a little research on where to party in Bali, you have definitely come across Potato Head. It is one of, if not, the most popular place to party on the island while watching the sunset. Most people spend a majority of their day here until the sun goes down, so it is advised to get there before noon to avoid waiting in line. There is no cover charge, but that does not mean you will escape the day without spending money here.

Uluwatu’s famous Single Fin is located on the majestical cliffs above Suluban Beach. It is a great place to grab a cold Bintang after a day of surfing and lounging on the beach. The bar comes alive as the sun sets into the Indian Ocean. Come Wednesday for their acoustic jams and Sundays for their renowned Sunday Session. If you wish to sit at a table on their deck, it is best to reserve one in advance.

If you are looking for more of a hipster hideout, look no further than The Lawn. Located directly on Batu Bolong Beach, The Lawn is the perfect place for a sunset cocktail on one of their daybeds. Be sure to reserve your spot beforehand to ensure you have a good place to sit! They offer happy hour every Friday from 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM.

South Kuta

Looking for more of a high class cocktail bar to catch a sunset? If you are then check out Rock Bar located in the Ayana Resort. This bar offers 180° ocean views in a posh environment. There is a dress code and make sure to bring some extra cash as the cocktails aren’t cheap.

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One of Bali’s new clifftop hangouts has quickly become an island hotspot. Get there around 3:30 PM, so you have enough time to enjoy the amenities of Ulu Cliff House and catch the breathtaking sunset. With an infinity pool, ocean deck, world class restaurant, and even a recording studio, you are sure to have a great time! Check out their website to see if an event is going on while you are there. Do not miss out on their poolside barbecue every Wednesday.

This club is a massive venue boasting 5 different areas, including a rooftop! This year DJ Mag voted Sky Garden as 70th best club in the world. Over the years it has become very touristy, but it is still worth a visit if you are near Kuta. Unfortunately, there is a cover charge to enter, however, that should not deter you from visiting. Check their calendar to see what DJs are performing!

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After a day of catching the waves on Batu Bolong beach, head over to Old Mans for a Bintang or two or three… They describe themself as being a “beachfront beer garden” and is the perfect place to hang out in the evening. Make sure not to miss their happy hour every day from 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

Photo by @oldmansbali

If you wanna see more of the best experiences, restaurants, and nightlife spots in Bali check out the Locals Only Bali page.

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