Written by Beverley Lennon
Co-written by Nadia Crowe
Edited by Candice Neo
Bali is one of the classic beach club destinations. Just like hipster cafes and scenic restaurants, the island is dotted with cool hangout spots for you to enjoy endless sea, sand, sun to the beats of world-class DJs and a side of funky cocktails.
For real party goers, you’ll love the beach club scene in Canggu. The area offers countless opportunities to dance from morning to night. If you are looking for chill beach vibes (such as, with your family), the region down south Bali might be a better option for you. Both Ungasan and Jimbaran offer dreamy beachside chill-out spots where you can enjoy fantastic sea views, fine cuisine and expertly mixed cocktails.
Seminyak offers a good mix of both. There’s a combination of laidback, elegant and cool beach clubs as well as vibrant and glamorous venues. It’s a good option if you’re visiting Bali for the first time as most beach clubs are easily accessible.
But with so many amazing options, it can be hard to narrow it down. We’ve put together a list of the hottest beach clubs in Bali, with something for everyone – whether you’re one to dance on top of tables or chill on a bean bag. The best bit? The ones listed below have no entrance fee!
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Jimbaran / Uluwatu Beach Clubs
1. World-class music, amazing food and unrivaled beach setting – Tropical Temptation Beach Club
Bali’s latest hot ticket is none other than the incredible Tropical Temptation Beach Club. Nestled on the foreshore of Melasti Beach, the venue feels worlds away from the more raucous spots in Canggu. Yet, it’s grown to be an absolute crowd-pleaser. Perhaps, we have to blame it on their ability to welcome a total of up to 500 people all at once…
Tropical Temptation Beach Club is a place unlike anywhere else on the island – there’s not one but two wonderful infinity pools from which you can enjoy spectacular ocean views from supersized daybeds. If you’ve booked yourself a premium bottle service, prepare to be welcomed and escorted right from the entrance door to your table, where your bottles await.
At the restaurant, the menu spins local ingredients in many different ways while celebrating farmers and artisans – Indomie Lobster and Indomie Wagyu Beef are some of the super creative dishes they’ve come up with.
Post-lunch, you could retreat in one of their indoor VVIP rooms or dip in the swimming pool while waiting for the magical sun to set in. Every Thursday to Sunday, there are close encounters with DJs and musicians who throw some of the best events on the island. From Balinese cultural performances to foam party sunset rituals, there’s really something to please everyone!
Tropical Temptation Beach Club
Minimum spend: From Rp. 350,000 for bar stool (Approximately USD $23) Website
Menu price range: Mains from Rp.140,000 (Approximately USD $9.20) ; Drinks from Rp.88,000 (Approximately USD $5.80)
Address: Melasti Beach 88, Ungasan, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
Contact: +62 361 620 0688; +62 813 3875 4047 (WhatsApp)
Opening hours: Mon – Thu 12pm-9pm; Fri – Sun 10am-10pm
Bali knows no shortage of spectacular views but this new beach club (as of 2022) outdoes it all.
Perched over Uluwatu’s cliff edge, Ritual Bali invites you to celebrate all things music, food, art and friendship. The added bonus is that you can bask in splendid ocean views while doing all that!
As a place to enjoy life’s absolute pleasures, you are spoilt for choice… So why settle? Go from their sunset cliff to the fire restaurant before settling down at the pool garden.
Not that you ever have to leave once the sun goes down, their onsite night club is where you can dance away. Or if you’re after a quieter evening, visit their art space.
Minimum spend: None Website
Menu price range: Mains from Rp, 75,000 (Approximately USD $4.90); Drinks from Rp. 40,000 (Approximately USD $2.60)
Address: Jalan Pantai Suluban, Uluwatu 80000, Pecatu, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali 80361, Indonesia
Contact: +62 821 4433 2132
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 4pm-11pm
3. Infinite ocean views from a traditional boat: MÏnoo Beach Club
Washing up on the shore of romantic Melasti Beach (where couples flock to for gorgeous pre-wedding photoshoots), MÏnoo Beach Club is still considered a hidden gem where you can get relatively affordable snacks and cocktails – which is uncommon in Ungasan, an area known for its luxury resorts and glamorous beach clubs with equally bling price tags.
In other words – over here, you get to enjoy the Melasti beach sunset without the crowd and hefty price!
MÏnoo’s iconic traditional fishing boat (also known as a Jukung), perched right on its beachfront infinity pool, is the first thing you will notice as you step in. It’s also undoubtedly an impressive vantage point – and of course an Instagrammable photo spot – where you can swim up, cocktail in hand, and be closer to the ocean on deck!
It’s no surprise that MÏnoo is synonymous with ‘paradise’ in Persian – think lazy Ibiza vibes with toes in the sand, while weekends are jazzed up by DJs at sunset!
MÏnoo Beach Club
Minimum spend: None except for daybed (Rp. 1,000,000), sunbed (Rp. 500,000) and bungalow (Rp. 1,500,000 – 2,000,000) Website
Menu price range: Mains from Rp. 75,000; Drinks from Rp. 50,000
Address: Jl. Pengayutan. Pantai Melasti, Ungasan, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali
Contact: +62 811-3898-902 (WhatsApp)
Opening hours: Mon – Sunn, 11am-8pm
4. More than just a beach club – Locca Sea House
On the quieter side of the island, in Jimbaran, you’ll find Locca Sea House which has become an endlessly talked-about beach club in Bali.
To put things into perspective, it’s more than just a place to chill – the venue aims to combine local culture and arts to provide an experience like never before.
At the forefront of what they do is social sustainability – the creation of Locca itself was led by a group of local artists including musicians and painters. At the restaurant, centuries-old recipes that have been passed down from generation to generation are brought back to life with a modern twist.
The best bit? Their Nusantara cocktails – the perfect combination of Nusantara spices and liquors turned into delicious colourful concoctions.
Sun-seeking visitors are invited to pre-book one of their daybeds by the swimming pool – the best seat in the house for spectacular sunset views. Their all-day soundtrack is a blend of groovy beats meet world music.
And while Locca Sea House can’t claim to be the most glitzy beach club on the island, it is definitely revolutionizing the party scene by making it all the more meaningful.
Locca Sea House
Minimum spend: None for specific areas (Terasering, Main Hall and Sunset Bar); Rp. 1,500,000 for daybed area on Friday and Saturday (Approximately USD $98) Website
Menu price range: Mains from Rp. 75,000 (Approximately USD $4.95); Drinks from Rp. 48,000 (Approximately USD $3.10)
Address: Jl. Jimbaran Hijau Segara, Jl. Tegal Wangi, Jimbaran, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
Contact: +62 812 6888 8681
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 11am-11pm
5. Peer over the edge of Bali – Ulu Cliff House
Hidden in the cliffs of Uluwatu lies Ulu Cliff House, a hotel, a restaurant, and most importantly, a beach club. Not only does this place have an expansive pool to either laze about in or get in your weekly exercise, the best part comes when you take a trip down a set of stairs.
Located on the side of the cliff, sitting slightly above the crashing waves, is a sunbed terrace! If you’re lucky enough to be able to snag a seat here, then you better make sure you don’t leave unless you’re planning on going home!
Due to the limited number of spaces, spending your day at this secluded spot can be likened to spending time on a private island, luxuries included! Just be sure you’re ready to spend the minimum amount, as it’s quite a lot – super worth it though!
Head down another set of stairs and you’ll find yourself with your toes in the sand, and mere meters away from the soothing, cool waves. Spend a little bit of time down here before heading back up and ordering one of their scrumptious meals!
Ulu Cliff House
Minimum spend: From Rp. 500,000 for daybed (Approximately USD $32.95) Website
Menu price range: Main from Rp. 120,000 (Approximately USD $7.90); Drinks from Rp. 35,000 (Approximately USD $2.30)
Address: Jl. Labuan Sait No. 315, Padang-Padang, Bali
Contact: +62 811 3941 7899
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 12pm-10pm
6. Come to chill amongst the hidden cliffs of Pandawa – Roosterfish Beach Club
A stark contrast to the grey cliffs of Pandawa, Roosterfish is a breath of fresh air. Expansive greenery and a bright blue pool greet you as you make your way down to the beach, a hidden paradise almost!
Floating bean bags dot around the pool to add a pop of colour, a little pink here, and a little blue there make for a soothing sight. An added bonus, those of you staying in Renaissance Hotel nearby are able to get a free shuttle service to the beach club, is there any better reason to book a stay there?
The exterior is made of all wood, a true way to get yourself closer to nature. Topped off with thatched roofs, Roosterfish will succeed in transporting you to another realm!
If you truly want to escape the masses of Bali, make your way over to Pandawa beach where life moves slower, and the crowds get thinner. It’s perfect for those of you who want to experience a little peace and quiet, and especially if you have kids, they’ll love being able to roam around without having to worry about getting lost in the crowd!
That’s not to say Roosterfish doesn’t know how to liven up the party, head over to their Instagram to keep up with a multitude of events that they host every now and again. Ranging from DJ performances, to musical festivals, to casual parties, there’s nothing that they don’t do! Or if you’re happy to party it up yourself, head to their swim up bar and order a multitude of their best cocktails so you can keep things real easy.
While you can easily spend your whole day there, you may find yourself going a little hungry! Thankfully, they also have a selection of delicious platters to munch on. Pair it with a juicy coconut to quench your thirst, or a sweet cocktail, and your meal is sure to be complete! One thing’s for sure, Roosterfish is all about big icy drinks, buckets of beer, wood-fired pizzas, and big seafood BBQ. You’ll find just what you’re looking for here!
Roosterfish Beach Club
Minimum spend: From Rp. 150,000 (Weekday) (Approximately USD $9.90) & Rp. 250,000 (Weekend) (Approximately USD $16.50) for sunlounger Website
Menu price range: Mains from Rp. 110,000 (Approximately USD $7.30); Drinks from Rp. 30,000 (Approximately USD $2)
Address: JI. Pantai Pandawa, Kutuh, Kuta Selatan Badung, Bali 80361
Contact: +62 811 3940 3588
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 10am-10pm
Note: There is no entrance fee to the beach club, however, you may be required to pay the entrance ticket and parking fee (Rp. 15,000 per adult, Rp. 10,000 per child) to Pandawa Beach at the gate.
Seminyak / Kuta Beach Clubs
7. Culture, creativity, culinary and music meet at Mari Beach Club
Culture, creativity, culinary and music combine to create an exciting atmosphere at Mari Beach Club. The exclusive venue sits on Bali’s golden mile of Batu Belig Beach. Inside, everything pays tribute to the real Bali.
At the entrance, The Dome with its majestic height, allows arriving guests to journey through a cosmos of artful bamboo installation resembling the majestic Gunung Agung. Rice terraces have also been a significant source of inspiration for the beach club’s landscape. A series of layered steps create the intentional and dynamic Terrace Lounge.
There’s also pure Balinese hospitality to be enjoyed at their relaxed dining destination, Solé. From lunch and dinner, to crafted local-inspired cocktails, the venue opens to a terrace overlooking the coastline with an iconic river shaped infinity pool.
Mediterranean and Japanese delicacies are the highlights of the menu. Signature salt crusted seabass in lemon and soy mayo, grilled mackerel in XO sauce, and lobster tail in miso butter are all whipped up by Swedish native, Chef Martin Loving, who’s worked at some of the most prestigious fine dining restaurants throughout the world.
Mari Beach Club
Minimum spend: No minimum spend for walk-in guests Website
Menu price range: Mains from Rp. 50,000 (Approximately USD $3.30); Drinks from Rp. 40,000 (Approximately USD $2.60)
Address: Jl. Batu Belig No.66, Kerobokan Kelod, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
Contact: +62 361 934 7766
Opening hours: Mon – Fri 12pm-10pm; Sat – Sun 12pm-11pm
8. Where else to party in Bali than in Kuta? – Sokube Bali
Sokube in Kuta isn’t the only beachclub in the area, but it certainly is the latest kid on the block. This toes-in-the-sand venue sits on the lands of the ever-popular Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel.
Tuned by daily live music and DJ, Sokube makes for the perfect spot to chill and unwind after checking out the best things to do in Kuta.
You can think of it more like a grown-up version of Kuta’s notorious party scene; an evolution from all-night raves to all-day chilling. Their seating options overlook the ocean and they also cater to families with a kids pool on the side.
There’s a wide selection of tropical cocktails and wines but the star here is really what’s on the plates – you’ll find an exquisite variety of dishes ranging from local to international cuisine, all perfected curated to suit your palate. Get ready as Sokube guarantees a real awakening of the senses!
Minimum spend: None Website
Pool access: Rp. 100,000 per person (Approximately USD $6.60)
Menu price range: Mains from Rp. 75,000 (Approximately USD $4.95); Drinks from Rp. 35,000 (Approximately USD $2.30)
Address: Jl. Kartika Plaza, Kuta, Kec. Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
Contact: +62 811 3820 3820
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 7am-1am
9. Find some Mediterranean magic down South – Ibiza In Bali
With its Mediterranean feels, this beach club is as good as the ones in Ibiza! Once there, get ready to bask in glitzy chic vibes and dance to Balearic beats just like celebs do! Drop by and get transported to Spain’s most lively party island while still being in Bali!
With a gorgeous glass aquarium pool and a swim-up bar, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Get yourself some colour-popping cocktails as you show your best dance moves right in the pool!
The on-site restaurant serves excellent Mediterranean and Spanish cuisine with an extensive menu, but ordering their Patatas Bravas, Tapas, and Croquettes will bring you closer to Ibiza, through tastes and flavours.
Ibiza In Bali
Minimum spend: From Rp. 200,000 for daybed (Approximately USD $13.20) Website
Menu price range: Mains from Rp. 85,000 (Approximately USD $5.60); Drinks from Rp. 45,000 (Approximately USD $2.95)
Address: Kelan Beach, Jl. Segara Madu, Tuban, BALI, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
Contact: +62 811 3961 6777
Opening hours: Fri – Sun 2pm-10pm
10. Hideaway at this eco-friendly paradise – Azul Beach Club
In almost every movie set in a tropical paradise, you’ll find a treehouse perched on the shores of a pristine beach, just meters away from the constant lapping of the waves. In Bali, it’s hard to believe it, but these experiences are hard to come by! Well, Azul Beach Club has very kindly offered a solution to that problem.
On the coast of Legian Beach lies a three-tiered treehouse, with roughly three quarters of it being made from locally sourced bamboo, it feels as good as it looks, amazing!
Start your day bright and early with a dip in their emerald pool, or hop into their jacuzzi while sipping their irresistible Tiki cocktails. There’s no better feeling than the sun beating down on your face, the wind blowing your hair around and making it go wild, and the little tickle of bubbles around your body in a jetted pool!
Once the sun starts to dip a little, and it becomes slightly more socially acceptable for you to drink, then go ham, and indulge in more of their cocktails – served adorably in a variety of different Tiki cups! Talk about the ultimate island experience!
Speaking of the sun, you’ll be pleased to know that during that magical time of day when the moon comes out to play, you’ll have the best seats in the house to watch the sunset over the ocean.
Whether you’re in Bali for a week, or you only have a few hours, Azul Beach Club could be your first choice given that it’s only approximately 20 minutes from the airport. You could be hopping off the plane one second, in your bikini and sipping martinis the next, and back to the airport again all within the span of a few hours! Definitely hit up Azul if you’re strapped for time, it’s the only place you need to go to experience that special Balli charm.
Azul Beach Club
Minimum spend: From Rp. 150,000 for sunbed (Approximately USD $9.90) Website
Menu price range: Mains from Rp. 145,000 (Approximately USD $9.55); Drinks from Rp. 30,000 (Approximately USD $2)
Address: Jl. Padma No.2, Legian, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
Contact: +62 361 765759
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 7am-10pm
11. Step back in time to the old Bali – Mano Beach House
Probably one of the best places to watch the sunset, Mano Beach House is a charming little beach club on the coastline of Petitenget Beach. Stepping into this beach club is almost like transporting yourself back in time, to the days when everything was made of wood and straw. It’s incredibly endearing!
Preaching the slow life, this is another spot that is definitely more beach than club! With beachfront access for when you want things a little salty, and a cute rustic style pool for when you want to cool off without the waves, Mano Beach House definitely know how to take it easy.
If you’re feeling extra thirsty, make sure to try one of their enormous margaritas, it’ll have you feeling refreshed and definitely more relaxed thanks to that huge dose of alcohol hehe. You’re in luck if you drop by between Thursday to Sunday as this is when the real party begins at Mano – you can expect fun sunset sessions with on-site DJs!
Mano Beach House
Minimum spend: From Rp. 250,000 for daybed (Approximately USD $16.50) Website
Menu price range: Mains from Rp. 160,000 (Approximately USD $10.55); Drinks from Rp. 35,000 (Approximately USD $2.30)
Address: Jl. Pantai Pura Petitenget Kerobokan Kelod, Seminyak, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali, Indonesia
Contact: +62 361 473 0874
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 11am-11pm
Canggu Beach Clubs
12. Ibiza makes its way to the beaches of Bali – Café Del Mar Bali
Hailing from Ibiza, the beach party capital of the world, Cafe Del Mar entered Bali’s beach club scene with what can be described as nothing less than a loud bang. Featuring an all white exterior that allows the gorgeous light blue swimming pool to pop, it makes for some striking photos! Not only that; their sunken lounges are the perfect spot for an evening cocktail or a delicious Mediterranean meal!
Every inch of this gorgeous beach club exudes luxury, and it does so without excluding any party! If you do feel like you’re in need of something exclusive, or you and a group of friends want a little privacy to have uninhibited fun, then Cafe Del Mar offers the option of renting a Master Suite! Decked out with its own private pool, and inside area, it’s essentially a villa in a beach club!
Its sprawling lands mean that you definitely don’t feel like you’re stuck in a massive crowd whilst relaxing here, and its equally massive swimming pool allows everyone to enjoy it without feeling claustrophobic! The best part about hanging out in a place that’s so established – their entertainment is off the charts. Having multiple different performances throughout the month means you’ll never get bored here (read; international DJs)!
One of the most spectacular times of day becomes even more impressive at Cafe Del Mar. At sunset, vibrant orange light completely encompasses the white walls, and drinks never tasted so good than overlooking the majestic ocean as day turns to night.
Café Del Mar Bali
Minimum spend: From Rp. 500,000 for sun lounger (Approximately USD $32) Website
Menu price range: Mains from Rp. 90,000 (Approximately USD $5.90); Drinks from Rp. 35,000 (Approximately USD $2.30)
Address: Jl Subak Sari, Canggu, Tibubeneng, North Kuta, Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
Contact: +62 811 3811 8181 (WhatsApp)
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 12pm-10pm
13. Lounge around the trendy La Brisa in hipster Canggu
Not only is it a beach club that sits peacefully along the shoreline of Echo Beach in Canggu, but La Brisa also has a gorgeous pool, which means you have the luxury of swimming, lounging around with a cocktail, and watching an extraordinary sunset over the sea.
Don’t forget to try the exotic tropical cocktails here, such as ‘Dragon Breath’!
And did you know, La Brisa is actually only a member of La Familia Group’s collection of bars, beach clubs, and restaurants, which include La Plancha, La Favela, La Sicilia, and La Laguna, most of which are pretty well-known as some of the best around Seminyak?
Minimum spend: From Rp. 300,000 for ocean view deck chairs/bean bags (Approximately USD $19.70) Website
Menu price range: Mains from Rp. 90,000 (Approximately USD $5.90); Drinks from Rp. 30,000 (Approximately USD $2)
Address: Jl. Pantai Batu Mejan, Canggu, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
Contact: +62 811 394 6666
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 10am-11pm
14. Chill on both a beach and a lawn – The Lawn Canggu
There are no two beach clubs in Bali that are exactly the same, and in that sense, there are varying levels and vibes that come with each one. If you’re looking for a place that’s a little more chill and a little less club, The Lawn Canggu should be your go to.
Featuring an actual lawn with cute bean bags to lie on, boho chic umbrellas to provide you with all the shade you need, and strings of hanging light bulbs to bring the ambience to a whole other level, The Lawn is the definition of chill. Not to mention the fact that it’s got direct beach access, and a striking sunset viewpoint!
If you’re lucky, there will be a band or DJ playing during your visit, there’s nothing better than listening to good music whilst watching the sky change colours! Don’t forget to try some of their refreshing drinks to ward away the heat, and you’ll leave feeling completely content with your day!
The Lawn Canggu
Minimum spend: From Rp. 250,000 for poolside sofa (12pm-4pm) (Approximately USD $16.50) / Rp. 350,000 (4pm onwards) (Approximately USD $23) Website
Menu price range: Mains from Rp. 110,000 (Approximately USD $7.25); Drinks from Rp. 50,000 (Approximately USD $3.30)
Address: Jl. Pura Dalem, Canggu, Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali, Indonesia 80361
Contact: +62 811 3800 4951
Opening hours: Mon – Thurs and Sat – Sun 12pm-10pm; Fri 12pm-11pm
15. Stylish beach vibes with a massive infinity pool – Vue Beach Club
Enjoy the peace and quiet ambience at Vue Beach Club, located in the LV8 Resort and Hotel in Canggu.
It boasts of a stylish décor, wonderful laid-back beach vibes, breathtaking sunset views in the evenings and a glorious and gigantic oceanfront infinity pool that appears to merge with the ocean.
For some whimsical moments, you can float away on a giant inflatable flamingo!
You will find deluxe sunbeds by the poolside, and the classy daybeds are great shady spots where you can spend quality time with loved ones.
Vue Beach Club also features internationally renowned DJs for amazing beach parties you will remember forever!
Vue Beach Club
Minimum spend: From Rp. 100,000 for single sunbed (Weekday) (Approximately USD $6.60); Rp. 150,000 (Weekend) (Approximately USD $9.90) Website
Menu price range: Mains from Rp.95,000 (Approximately USD $6.25);Drinks from Rp.40,000 (Approximately USD $2.65)
Address: Jalan Pantai Berawa.100XX Tibubeneng, Canggu, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
Contact: +62 361 894 8888 / +62 811 3960 2184 (WhatsApp)
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 9am-10.30pm
Sanur Beach Clubs
16. Escape to a little Riad – Memories Sanur Club
Morocco comes calling! Another pretty little beach club on the coast of Sanur, although this one is prepared to add a little more colour to your beach club life.
Its pool displays the best of Morocco’s artsy tiling, and aims to make you feel like you’re hidden away in the riads of the city.
When you peer over the edge of the pool, however, you’ll be greeted by soft sand, an azure blue ocean, and a number of wooden gazebos that you can hop out and relax on! Not only that, the view at sunset is spectacular as you can see the colours change and blend into the horizon.
Don’t forget to sample some of their delicious meals, ranging from bright pink acai bowls to colourful Buddha bowls, you’ll leave feeling full of healthy food and full of joy at the day you had! Make sure to head there on a Tuesday, Friday, or Sunday to get a good dose of live music.
Memories Sanur Club
Minimum spend: None Website
Menu price range: Mains from Rp. 35,000 (Approximately USD $2.30); Drinks from Rp. 25,000 (Approximately USD $1.65)
Address: Jl. Pantai Sindhu No.10, Sanur, Denpasar Selatan, Kota Denpasar, Bali 80228, Indonesia
Contact: +62 361 4720 583
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 9am-8pm / Live Acoustic Sat & Sun 4pm-7pm / Weekend Bazaar every Saturday & Sunday
Gianyar Beach Clubs
17. Outdoor cinema with pool – Keramas Beach Club (Hotel Komune)
Hotel Komune’s Keramas Beach Club, located right on the black volcanic East coast of Bali, is a great place to spend the day, sipping cocktails, feasting on a delicious meal and swimming in the circular pool that looks out to the world-famous Keramas surf break. A great view for the holidayers, and for surfers, it is a true paradise!
Imagine floating the day away, relaxing on one of the inflatable pool toys while gazing at the view and splashing your hands and feet in the water. Don’t forget to wear sunblock as Bali’s tropical sun can be vicious!
The resort also boasts of an on-site health hub to go for a pampering massage or a workout.
Komune’s Keramas Beach Club has got a fairly priced menu with healthy traditional Balinese and Western cuisine. Kids’ menu is also available.
With fresh herbs and veggies from the on-site organic garden, complete with fresh produce brought in from the local morning markets, the food is outstanding! Enjoy home-baked bread, firewood pizza, tacos and mojitos and don’t miss out on the weekly seafood BBQ – truly a feast!
After the sun goes down, it’s time to snuggle up together to watch a movie under the stars at the beachfront outdoor cinema. What a perfect day!
Keramas Beach Club (Hotel Komune)
Minimum spend: From Rp. 300,000 (Approximately USD $19.70) Website
Menu price range: Mains from Rp. 75,000 (Approximately USD $4.95); Drinks from Rp. 30,000 (Approximately USD $2)
Address: Pantai Keramas St, Medahan, Blahbatuh, Gianyar Regency, Bali 80361, Indonesia
Contact: +62 361 3018 888
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 6am-11pm
Nusa Ceningan / Lembongan Beach Clubs
18. Explore a secluded island – Le Pirate Nusa Ceningan
A quick hop on a boat will take you to this incredible little island, a place that’s reminiscent of how Bali was before it got popular, before the crowds came in droves, and before the island moved too fast.
If you truly want to experience what Bali was like before everything blew up, Nusa Ceningan should be on the top of your bucket list! You could even stay a night or two on the island and spend a little more time escaping!
If that’s the case, definitely take a few trips to Le Pirate, swim in their gorgeous pool overlooking the Indian ocean, or sip on some cocktails whilst sitting on one of their chaise lounges! Decorated to look like a scene out of the flintstones, Le Pirate really lives up to its name! Arrr mateys!
Le Pirate Nusa Ceningan
Minimum spend: None Website
Menu price range: Mains from Rp. 80,000 (Approximately USD $5.25); Drinks from Rp. 30,000 (Approximately USD $2)
Address: Jalan Nusa Ceningan, Klungkung, Lembongan, Nusa Penida, Klungkung Regency, Bali 82218, Indonesia
Contact: +62 813 3838 9360
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 7.30am – 11pm
19. Experience Bali before the hype – Ohana’s Lembongan
Another Nusa island, though this time, the bigger of the two! Ohana’s occupies part of Nusa Lembongan’s coast, and it makes sure to leave its mark. They have a nice bright blue pool to relax in, multiple beach chairs to choose from, and an elevated deck to munch on some yummy food!
Nusa Lembongan is merely a short boat trip away from Bali, and you can easily spend a day there, it’s highly recommended that you spend at least one night there though, so you can experience the sunset from Ohana’s!
As they say, Bali’s a good idea, but Lembongan is better!
Minimum spend: No minimum spend for Bean Bag Website
Menu price range: Mains from Rp. 155,000 (Approximately USD $10.20); Drinks from Rp. 42,000 (Approximately USD $2.70)
Address: Nusa Lembongan, Gg. Nusa Indah Jl. Jungutbatu, Jungutbatu, Kec. Nusa Penida, Kabupaten Klungkung, Bali 80228, Indonesia
Contact: +62 811 3960 0787
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 6.30am-late
20. Enjoy Nusa Ceningan’s iconic blue lagoon right from a beach club – KLYF Club
What’s good about Bali is that when you’re getting a little tired of the same scene and crowd, you can always hop on a boat and set foot in the nearby Nusa Islands. Well, escaping the mainland does not have to mean you’ll be restricted from the entertainment options that come with it – see it by yourself at KLYF Club.
This stunning beach club is located smack bang overlooking Nusa Ceningan’s iconic blue lagoon. And it does not only have its name as the venue is located … on top of a cliff!
Now you can enjoy the beauty of this ever-so-popular attraction all the while sipping cocktails and munching on delectable dishes offered at the beach club. Im sold!!
Minimum spend: None Website
Menu price range: Mains from Rp. 80,000 (Approximately USD $5.25); Drinks from Rp. 35,000 (Approximately USD $2.30)
Address: Jalan Sarang Burung, Ceningan, Bali, Indonesia
Contact: +62 813 3953 0291
Opening hours: Mon – Sun 7.30-10pm
21. Eco-friendly beachfront hangout – Sandy Bay Beach Club Lembongan
This elegant eco-friendly beach club in Nusa Lembongan, a short boat ride away from Bali’s main island, is the place to go for laid-back, beach-chic holiday vibes.
Here’s the perfect place to unwind completely, taking in the breathtaking raw nature around you as you listen to the waves crash gently on the shore and enjoy outstanding drinks and food.
During the day, you can cool down in the crystal clear infinity pool, and after sunset, you can enjoy a wonderful family meal or romantic dinner under the beautiful lanterns.
The prices are reasonable and the quality of food and cocktails are good! It has been said that The Sandy Bay serves one of the best seafood on Lembongan island. Don’t miss their great Indonesian food and Mexican fajitas too.
Sandy Bay Beach Club Lembongan