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Written by Nuy Darmadjaja
Photos by Heydi Paramitha

It’s 11am in the morning and my feet are itching to dance. But of course, all the clubs not open till evening. You know, it’s one of those days when my friends and I just want to chill out and party at a beach club while waiting for sunset. Where we can possibly find a place like that? Our answer – OMNIA Dayclub Bali.

A branch of the world-renowned club in Las Vegas under the same name, OMNIA Dayclub Bali is one of the trendiest spots in Bali right now, where you can party, chill out, and dine at the same time!

Here’s 5 reasons why OMNIA Bali is the hottest venue for partygoers!

1. The Wow Factor: Don’t miss partying at the Cube!

When we arrived at OMNIA, we were awed by the architecture and the killer view of the Indian Ocean.

We were welcomed by pumping music, the kind that twitches your feet and you just want to get up and dance!

But before you let yourselves loose, don’t miss this Instagrammable spot – the iconic Cube. You need to tell the whole world that you’re at the trendiest dayclub in Bali, of course!

2. Float on daybeds on the oceanfront infinity pool

Hate to squeeze into a small swimming pool with many other tourists, and you have no room to move?

OMNIA’s dazzling oceanfront infinity pool is not only large enough for everyone, but you can even enjoy your favourite drinks while lazing on the daybeds on the pool itself! This is the view that everyone goes crazy over.

You might not be able to see the sun dip into the horizon (the pool does not face the sunset), but when dusk falls, you can watch the skies turn pink and orange – a gorgeous sight and that’s when you want to get the best spot with unblocked view from the pool!

And while you’re in (or on) the water, who says you can’t continue to dance? Because at OMNIA, you don’t have to dance only on the dance floor. 😉💃🏼

Price of daybeds: Minimum spend of Rp.1,000,000 – Rp. 3,200,000 (approximately USD 67 – 214) depending on row of daybed, number of people and weekdays/weekends.


3. Lounge at the Private Cabana and Bungalow with a private plunge pool!

Prefer a bit of privacy? If you can afford to splurge, check out the Cabanas and the Bungalows.

We settled in at our cabana and ordered some cocktails, Beef Nachos and Quesadilla – something to munch on while we chilled out in the pool. (The 6 Cabanas come with a shared pool.)

OMNIA offers a large variety of liquors and champagne too, and we strongly recommend those instead of their cocktails, especially if you’re coming with your squad.

For ultimate privacy, you can opt for the Bungalow, which comes with its own private pool. Time for a pool party!

Prices:
Cabanas: Minimum spend of Rp. 7,000,000 – Rp. 12,000,000 (approximately USD 460 – USD 789) depending on number of people and weekdays/weekends
Bungalows: Minimum spend of Rp. 8,000,000 – Rp. 15,000,000 (approximately USD 526 – USD 986) depending on number of people and weekdays/weekends
Reservation is highly recommended.

4. Tuck into quality Japanese cuisine at Sake No Hana

As part of the global restaurant group Hakkasan, you’ll have no doubt that Sake No Hana delivers an amazing dining experience with good quality Japanese cuisine. With their extraordinary mouthwatering array of food and a gorgeous ocean view from above (with OMNIA in the foreground), we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves here.

Photo Via Exterior-fickyfernando, Yannickvegas

For dinner, we picked their signature dishes. The Hamachi Namawasabi (thin sliced yellowtail sashimi with truffle black pepper ponzu) was very succulent and fresh, and the truffle complemented the taste of the hamachi. We loved the Tarabagani King Crab (Alaskan King Crab) which was super fresh and crispy too!

We ended our dinner with a unique Bamboo Dessert – a chocolate bamboo that when crushed in the mouth, a delicious blend of Mandarin orange, white chocolate and sesame mousse oozed out – the perfect treat to cleanse your palate with (that’s not overly sweet too)!

Sake No Hana

Price range: From Rp. 45,000 – Rp. 8.700,000 (approximately USD 2 – USD 572)
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs: 12pm – 10pm | Fri-Sun: 12pm-10:30pm

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5. Dance till you drop with international DJs and special events!

Here’s one of the main draws that gets people coming to OMNIA again and again – well-known international DJs who get invited to the club! From commercial to techno music, to big international names like Martin Garrix and Tiesto, OMNIA has it all to get you into the mood for partying.

Photo Via Omnia

Also, you can’t miss their weekly special events! A ‘Wild at Heart’ every Wednesday is superb news for the ladies – the first 40 ladies will receive a free glass of Chandon Brut and get to enjoy Bellini’s Happy Hour from 3pm to 4pm.

If you aren’t sure what to do on weekends, check out the premier pool party every Saturday – ‘SWIM into Saturdays’. On this day, ladies, don’t forget to put on your best swimsuit as you’ll get free entry in swimwear from 11am to 3pm!

Photo Via Omnia

To wrap up the week, hang out here on Phoenix Sundays – the biggest party of the week, bringing good vibes, good food and grooves.

OMNIA Dayclub Bali

Entrance Fee: Monday to Friday: Rp. 200,000 (approximately USD 13); Event days: Rp. 300,000 – Rp. 350,000 (approximately USD 19 – USD 23)
Dress Code: Resort essentials. No work jeans or denim, no beer-branded singlets.
Dress code for SWIM into Saturdays: Swimwear (free entry for ladies in swimwear from 11am to 3pm)
Price range of food and drinks: From Rp. 55,000 to Rp. 8.300,000 (approximately USD 3 – USD 545)
Address: Jl. Belimbing Sari, Pecatu, Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80364
Contact: +62-361-8482150
Opening Hours: 11am onwards (Daily). Closing times vary.

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Love dayclubs as much as we do? Tag your squad and the people you want to party with, right on the Indian Ocean!

PLEASE NOTE: All the above information is correct at the date of publication. If you come across any changes or updates, please let us know and we will update the information accordingly. Thank you!
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