From the extravagant, the gorgeous to the downright rustic, Bali offers a rich mix of nightclubs that stay open until late.
One of the hottest clubs in Bali right now, Jenja is one that you should definitely hit up. Boasting two spacious levels, dance the night away as both local and international DJs rev up the room, curating only the hottest tunes to guarantee that everyone has a good time.
Address: Townsquare Suites, Jl. Modelled to look like a shanty Brazilian favela, the interior comes fitted with semi-indoor gardens, artificial waterfalls and ponds, alfresco tables and chairs and many more, captivating all who dare venture into its enchanted depths. Address: Jalan Laksamana Oboroi No. Notorious for its insane parties, the club has graced many DJ greats and sees a constant rotation of regional and international acts nightly.
Address: Jln Legian No. Modelled to look like a medieval dining room, marvel at the chandeliers above and the lavish glass roof. Address: Seminyak, Jl. Petitenget No. Nestled amongst the crowded shopping district and busy ro in Seminyak, Bali, lives a gorgeous, tropical oasis known as Motel Mexicola. A word of caution: many people especially tourists have experienced being robbed outside the premise of the club by men on motorcycles so be sure to keep your belongings safe and refrain from using your mobile phones whilst standing near the road.
Address: Jl. Kayu Jati Jl. An all-day party destination perched atop the stunning limestone cliffs of Uluwatu, OMNIA offers magnificent, panoramic views of the Indian Ocean as well as a gorgeous infinity pools and exclusive bungalows for you to feel like royalty.
Belimbing Sari, Pecatu, Kec. Kuta Sel. The de of the space is gorgeous and the club itself houses three restaurants, each of them presenting their own distinct personalities. The selection of handcrafted cocktails at PHBC offer an opulent fusion of both old and new inspirations carefully combined using new-age mixology techniques.
Visiting Bali soon? Alvin is the editor and head of content in charge of overseeing all editorial projects. He writes about food and drinks mostly and has been told his energy level is not human.
On a regular day, he has enough gin flowing through his bloodstream to intoxicate a small town. Save my name,and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
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