Beach clubs are a fabulous way to soak up sunshine, music, cocktails and island vibes. Bring your friends, or family, beach clubs are fun for everyone.
1 . Ku De Ta – Seminyak
Ku De Ta Bali is one of Bali’s most prominent hotspots, often considered the trendsetter for upscale nightlife and beach dining venues in Seminyak, which eventually inspired other similar enterprises all over the island. The black-clad staff and the unique layout features a main restaurant area, a dedicated bar, a centrepiece lawn bordering the beachfront where all special events take place, and a special private loft for secluded VIP-style moments. All combine to give this one-stop dining and chill-out spot its island- and nationwide reputation. Ku De Ta Bali continues to appeal to the Bali international dining and nightlife scene with its lively setup in a gorgeous beachside setting with ‘French bistro-esque’ features and many different favourite cosy corners to discover. Ku De Ta is also home to Mejekawi, a modern restaurant offering locally-influenced haute cuisine.
Besides Chef Davenport’s vast array of international selections in which he also incorporates the latest approaches in food preparations, such as ‘sous vide’ low-temperature cooking, Ku De Ta Bali is best known for its lounge-style large parasol-shaded beachfront-bordering lawn and area, host to various private and international scale fashion shows, splurges, as well as community and charity events. Ku De Ta’s main restaurant features a modern and minimalist approach to architecture, with clean lines and uninterrupted flow of energy from the coast to the lawn and gardens as well as throughout the dining areas. Various separate dining sections coexist within such as a Tree Bar featuring playful shades and textures reminiscent of a tropical forest setting, a high-ceilinged Wantilan pavilion roof with a spacious canopy under which guests dine by candlelight in the evenings or in a semi-formal atmosphere for long brunches by day, or a more intimate extension of the main dining room – the pergola.
2. Potato Head Beach Club – Seminyak
Potato Head is an Indonesian lifestyle and hospitality brand expressed through a collective of dynamic dining and drinking venues in Jakarta, Bali, Hong Kong and Singapore.
We take a conscious approach in everything we do, supporting sustainability and our local communities. Our restaurants source seasonal ingredients from local farmers and producers and our cultural and musical programming promotes emerging talent from around the region.
Thoughtfully designed and open to all, our laid-back spaces inspire good times and creative collaboration.We work globally with like-minded people across music, art and fashion, offering an eclectic experience in each neighbourhood we are in and bringing our “local spirit” and “tropical soul” wherever we go.
3. Omnia Day Club – Uluwatu
It’s chic, exciting and unlike anything else on the island – OMNIA Dayclub is Uluwatu’s newest sky-high destination in a class all of its own. A new breed of island decadence that’s shining an international light on Bali’s luxury lifestyle scene, this sky-high playground is chock full of celeb-like lounging spots, jaw-dropping designs, fabulous cocktails, and of course, million-dollar views. And, with the internationally-acclaimed Hakkasan Group behind it, you can also expect good vibrations from superstar DJs, and award-winning cuisine from the dayclub’s stunning Sake no Hana restaurant
Sure, Bali has plenty of fabulous beach clubs lining its glittering shorelines (and we can’t get enough of them, naturally). But Bali’s newest sunshine destination isn’t just another name to add to that ever-growing list. Oh no siree. OMNIA Dayclub Bali, Uluwatu’s newest sky-high destination, is in a class all of its own – a new breed of island decadence that’s shining an international light on Bali’s luxury lifestyle scene. Here’s why you need to add it to the top of your Bali bucket list, stat.
4. La Brisa – Canggu
Nestled on the foreshore of Echo Beach, one of the most well known beaches in Bali, La Brisa is home to an absolutely breathtaking décor, sustainably sourced food and genuine Balinese hospitality.The very concept of the beach club is written in the name -La Brisa – which means sea breeze… Wild and enchanting yet pleasantly soothing.Built using reclaimed wood from more than 500 old fisherman boats, and expertly hand decorated, La Brisa today is one of the trendiest, yet sustainable eco-friendly venues in the island that radiates true Balinese character and serves up some of the lip smackingly delicious food and cocktails.
Menu here is devoted to all the seafood lovers with the sole purpose of serving up local and sustainable produce at an affordable price. Delivered daily, all fish sold at la Brisa is line caught by Balinese fisherman and almost all of the ingredients used in the kitchen are sourced from the island itself. Innovative drinks list just screams “true island life” with an exotic fruits , home made herb infused spirits as well as unheard of cocktail combinations… Its all truly one of a kind, exclusive to La Brisa and designed to please even the finest of the palettes. And finally – the ambience … The venue in itself is nothing short of an art and simply cannot be described with mere words. One must experience it first hand in order to fully comprehend and appreciate the majesty and the authenticity of the place. For one thing, the attention to detail here is second to none and every tiny aspect tells a unique story.
As soon as you set foot in La Brisa, you are invited to visit a home. The rustic home of a Balinese fisherman. Hand decorated and ocean themed… With sand, seashells, antique buoys, handmade fishing rods, straw baskets, fishing nets, hand weaved chairs, benches and swings. All swirled together to create a marvellous illusion of being taken back in time… And it feels almost magical. It is more than just a place. Its an experience. Would it be a crisp morning, sunny afternoon or the golden hours of sunset, all of whats best in Bali can be found in here.
5.Ulu Cliffhouse – Uluwatu
Elevate your wanderlust. Ulu Cliffhouse brings effortless elegance in a unique oasis to indulge the senses and cater every desire. Come and dive into a morning cleanser and daytime tipples to shaken sundowners and sunset vistas, long Champagne lunches, poolside snacks, sunbeds and shades to daily All-Star DJs, soak up Bali’s most spectacular view from day to night.
From cutting edge design by award-winning Shed London, food by world-class Chef Diego Muñoz, drinks by Albie Barratt and the Operation Dagger Team as well as the legendary music producer Neil McLellan leading the in-house studio; Ulu Cliffhouse is set to become Bali’s hottest destination.
Harnessing the energy and boldness from the rolling waves and vast expanse of ocean below, Ulu Cliffhouse embraces the raw natural beauty of the Bukit Peninsula with its stunning Uluwatu location and a design that combines intimate spaces and tantalising experiences in a cliff top playground. Not a restaurant, a hotel, or a bar and more than just the traditional beach club. Ulu Cliffhouse is your ultimate day out in Bali. We are set to redefine your beach club experience.
6. Finn’s Beach Club – Canggu
Offering the choice of two beach clubs, located side by side on over 150 metres of absolute beachfront in front of the famous Berawa surf break, but only 10 minutes from Seminyak.Guests can laze away the day from the comfort of single and double day beds on a white sand beach at either Finns Beach Club or Finns VIP Beach Club.Finns Beach Club offers a stunning 30 metre infinity edge pool with swim up pool bar (and underwater speakers). The striking bamboo structure was specifically designed to allow every guest to have a guaranteed sunset view.
7. Karma Beach Bali – Uluwatu
Break out the superlatives for this hidden paradise nestled at the bottom of south Bali’s dramatic sea cliffs. A boutique beach club with the whitest sand, bluest water and tropical-est of vibes (yeah we just made that word up), Karma Beach is quite simply stunning. Our insider tip is to get there by mid morning to secure your spot on one of their sun beds or beanbags, then just lounge the day away in five star fashion. Splash in the lagoon, hop on a SUP then take a walk on the pristine beach before washing off the sand at the Karma Spa for a divine treatment or two. Pure bliss.
8. Azul Beach Club – Legian
Azul Beach Club is one of the best spots in Legian to enjoy laidback drinks, sea breezes and views by day, and chill-outs at sunset. Formerly The Parasol Restaurant, the beachfront restaurant and bar is located by the southern gardens of the Bali Mandira Beach Resort and Spa, and stands out near the coastline with its visually appealing all-bamboo structure. The beach club comprises semi-open dining sections, a bar and lounging spaces set over three levels, all designed under rotundas and towering thatch-roof domes. By day, Azul Beach Club offers pleasant cool shelter to escape the heat, from where you can simply chill while enjoying the sea views. Hit either of its centrally positioned bars – one on the upper deck and another below – that embraces the name, ‘blue’ in Spanish, through its glowing backlit design. There’s a great list of signatures designed by acclaimed mixologist Joseph Boroski. Dessert cocktails and martinis to ‘modern tikis’ such as Pina Mai Tai and Colada Mama all prove delightful quenchers.
For bites, there’s the selections created by Chef Arief Wicaksono, who showcases his talent through a range of innovative dishes at Azul. ‘Chef’s creation pizzas’ include twists the likes of ‘gado-gado’, or the famous Indonesian mixed salad with peanut sauce dressing as a thin crust serving. Another take is the Tom Yum Goong. Chef Arief’s 30 years of experience around the globe before coming home to Bali reflects well through Azul’s diverse menu, which spans a variety of tapas, Asian small plates and Mediterranean dishes. If you’re looking for a healthy option for munchies to accompany the view, try their Norwegian trout tartare, paired with fresh cucumber and avocado guacamole, or the spiced crispy calamari with preserved lemon, crispy garlic, fried shallot, squid-ink aioli and Thai Nam Jim dip. Prices range between IDR 105,000 and 461,000 (USD 8-35). Azul Beach Club is also a go-to for any given Sunday, as cool tunes by resident DJs and occasional live bands rock the spot throughout the weekend afternoons. You can come in through the resort, or just drop in from the beachside road.9. Cocoon Beach Club – Seminyak.
Bringing together superb dining, unique design and impeccable personalised service, Cocoon Beach Club is ideally located on Blue Ocean Boulevard, Seminyak Beach. A split-level design frames each unique space and the transition between the beautiful formal, gentle garden and relaxed pool areas is seamless creating a natural laid-back ambience.
Inspired by the idyllic surroundings of the famous Bali beaches and combined with
Mediterranean flair, Cocoon offers a variety of dining options, poolside lounging, and a relaxed ambience. Set on 3000 square metres of stunning beachside gardens, Cocoon Beach Club
hosts a two levels of restaurant space, with the second floor being fully air conditioned and dedicated to year round weddings, private functions and corporate events.
A dedicated team of event planners are on hand to ensure every element of your special day or evening runs smoothly and is beautifully delivered, plus an extensive array of food and beverage packages on offer, Cocoon Beach Club is the ideal choice for weddings and private functions in Bali.
10. Le Pirate Beach Club – Nusa Ceningan
Le Pirate Beach Club on Nusa Ceningan Island serves as a great base for exploring the Nusa islands. The beach club appeals to adventure travellers in need of a break. Its freeform infinity pool and decks overlook the calm waters of the Ceningan Strait. Its best enjoyed as a guest staying in its white-washed, thatch-roofed beach boxes that blend simple elegance with rustic charm. However, as a public visitor you can enjoy a swim, and chill out by day or at sunset with light bites and cocktails from its adjacent restaurant and bar.
The beach boxes at Le Pirate Beach Club come in double and bunk bed options that sleep four. Each includes air conditioning, a private bathroom, and splendid ocean views. The open-air bathrooms with high walls and no roof can take some getting used to, but adds to the place’s jungle-chic vibe. The restaurant serves a mix of Indonesian and western foods, from nasi goreng fried rice to BLTs. From the bar, you have selections of refreshing cocktails such as Mango Martini and Watermelon Crush. Average prices are IDR 85,000 (USD 6). To get to Le Pirate Beach Club, simply take one of the regular speed boats from Sanur Beach on the Bali mainland, which depart around eight times daily to Nusa Lembongan. A motorcycle taxi or pickup truck will take you across Nusa Lembongan and the yellow bridge spanning the channel to Nusa Ceningan and Le Pirate.
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