5 Best Beach Club in Bali

Hello good people, today i will to tell you about experience during holiday in Bali. Bali offers amazing panorama or amazing view, If talking about Bali is the island of thousand temples and the beautiful scenery nature and also the friendly people. With world-class chefs creating delicious tapas and classy snacks to accompany drinks that are prepared by skilled bartenders, these top venues spice up the splendid sunny coastlines by day and host perfect evenings following gorgeous Bali sunsets. Here’s our Top 5 beach clubs in Bali.

  1. Ku De Ta Beach Club SeminyakUntitled-1-kudeta.jpg

One of the most prominent hotspots on the island, Ku De Ta in Seminyak features a unique layout with a main restaurant area, a dedicated bar, a centrepiece lawn bordering the beachfront where special events take place and a special private loft for secluded moments. A dedicated sunset box provides the perfect vantage point to enjoy the crimson horizon and its own in-house international DJ team plays an impressive series of compilation albums, making Ku De Ta top of the list for music.

  1. Potato Head Beach Club SeminyakUntitled-2-potato.jpg

Potato Head Beach Club has fast gained popularity as one of the most happening venues in Seminyak, joining the array of world-class hotspots that line this upscale, cosmopolitan coastal village. The venue is next door to the W Retreat, and its access from the main Jalan Petitenget road is similar to W’s, with a long lane that transports you to a world of drinks, dining and partying on its grassy beachfront. Partygoers take over the lawn as resident DJ’s spin well into the early hours, and international DJ’s and celebrities take the poolside stage in front of an ocean backdrop. World-class gigs at Potato Head have included great names such as Marc Ronson, Foster the People, Fat Boy Slim and M.I.A., and upcoming gigs are highly anticipated. Makeshift stages are set up over the pool enabling crowds to splash away to the beats and rhythms as performers keep the moods alive.

  1. Sundays Beach Club UngasanUntitled-3-sundays.jpg

Sundays Beach Club has one of the most gorgeous hidden beach locations on the island with swimmable waves and a Mediterranean-style setting between a rock face and the coastline. The 165 m stretch of sand is yours for a day with a minimum deposit of IDR 250,000, which is later set against food and beverage purchases. Its only access is via a two-minute funicular ride down the green cliff. Sundays Beach Club has one of the best beaches in Bali, and a set of water sports to enjoy it with.

  1. Nikki Beach Club Nusa DuaUntitled-4-nikki.jpg

Nikki Beach Bali opened to much anticipation in 2014, as the latest addition at that time to the portfolio of the world famous beach club brand. It is located on adjacent the white sand beachfront of Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua, and is the most trendiest beach club in the beach resort area. Step into the ultra-chic venue, and you will find the trademark Nikki Beach colour scheme of clean white, with slight touches of Balinese features here and there, such as an elaborate gate between a main dining hall and its free form pool.

5. Finn’s Beach Club CangguUntitled-5-finns.jpg
Finn’s Beach Club is a chic hangout on Berawa Beach in Canggu, featuring a magnificent all-bamboo structure that is spacious and airy, and an adjacent blue-tiled freeform infinity pool, you can stay either in our out of the sun, or simply soak in the pool while taking in wide ocean views. The beach club welcomes surfers, who can paddle in for a cold beer and a bite after each session on the waves. For sunset lovers, it is one of the best lounging spots in Canggu for just that, with signature cocktails at hand.


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