1. SKY GARDEN BALI
Sky Garden Lounge is the revolutionary enterprise that taught Legian’s night owls just how great time spent on a soaring rooftop can be. With a range of different venues where you can hang out, drink and dine, the complex’s top floor is where everybody heads first, with great value buffets, cold beers and funky beats spun by a live DJ. Only a short stroll from Legian Memorial, this always-busy venue is open from 18:00 until late. Moreover, its amazingly priced 50,000-rupiah all-you-can-eat nightly buffets with free flow beers keep the crowd coming back. Taxis are the quickest way to get to Sky Garden, but if you’re staying at a hotel in Legian, it is easy enough to walk there. Heading south from the memorial, the massive building with edges glowing neon lights are hard to miss. Past Vi Ai Pi Club and across the road from the Maccaroni Club, the 61Legian entertainment complex (where Sky Garden is housed) stands out from the crowd. At the main entrance, two usher girls greet us and show us upstairs. As you make your way up you can check out the different venues on each level that the complex has to offer – a total of eight pubs and clubs under one roof.
2. LA FAVELA BALI
Completely crazy and totally magical, La Favela drew its original concept and vintage design, intimate cosy heavily decorated corners, and Graffiti and stencil art adorned walls from around the globe! Inspired by the jungles of Bali and Indonesia, the favela’s of Rio to the underground bars and clubs of London and New York through the early 90’s, La Favela was designed to captivate.
“Obviously with time, every concept metamorphosis’s, but initially our vision was that of a roof top original Brazilian favela vibe. With laundry strung from building to building, fire pits and BBQ’s. This combined with my background and emersion into the early 90’s New York and London underground arts scenes was really where we drew our inspiration from” – Sandra Assiego
With semi-indoor gardens, artificial waterfalls and ponds, alfresco tables and chairs all laid out beyond a mini bridge, patrons are captivated upon entry into this enchanted garden and treasure trove. Its tropical and romantic: bold and beautiful. Making La Favela truly unique is the fact that may of the rooms are decorated with pieces not just from the homes of Gonzalo and Sandra but their many friends.
“La Favella is a lot of things from our house and then many of our friends bought pieces back from their travels. The small rooms were decorated from the home and family friends. La Favela is in many ways an extension of our home” –Sandra Assiego
With the couple having spent time in New York and London in the 90’s, at a time when underground parties were at the forefront of culture change a melting pot where art meets music, meets fashion and a time when a deserted warehouse or seemingly uninhabited grimy back lane became the spaces where (as the night descended), a roller door opened to those invited and revealed a a party scene with 1000’s of people.
3.BOSHE VVIP CLUB BALI
Boshe VVIP Club Bali is an entertainment and nightlife spot on the Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai in Kuta. The club is equipped with a powerful Funktion-One sound system as well as high technology strobes, motion and laser lighting systems that augment live stage band and DJ performances. Boshe’s karaoke facility consists of a total of 15 private karaoke rooms, seven small, six medium and two large rooms. Four VVIP rooms feature a balcony that connects to a club area. Subtle interior lighting and plush lounges are featured throughout the club and karaoke facilities.
oshe’s Club presents live band performances playing a range of music genres from R&B hits, all around Top 40 tunes as well as great mixes and beats from a resident DJ. Various dancers and models also spice up the club’s scenes with regular sexy dance highlights and lively fashion shows. Special events and programs also add variety to the club’s agenda. Boshe’s karaoke rooms are equipped with a menu system of over 32,000 regularly updated song titles in its collection, covering all song categories. Large 42-inch plasma screens with computerized song selection systems and luxurious sound systems promise a pleasurable experience. A selection of food and beverages from the menus add to the enjoyment.
4. MIRROR CLUB BALI
Mirror Bali Lounge and Club welcomes night owls to its hip lounge and party venue on Seminyak’s main Petitenget route, which comes with a difference. The venue’s interiors and overall design is akin to a Gothic cathedral, but with glittery mosaic-like wall décor, stained glass windows and towering ceilings that are matched with futuristic laser lighting systems to give you one of the coolest and most immersive spaces to dance your late evenings away to industrial, deep bass, to house and hip-hop. Part of a Jakarta-based dining and nightclub management company, Mirror Bali Lounge and Club reminds us of the big clubs up in the capital city. It regularly peps up its atmospheric setup with late night partying events, all which tie-in with a roster of international and resident DJs. Also, it’s one of Seminyak’s stylish clubbing scenes where a dress code applies – basically, casual chic for guys, and ‘dress to impress’ for ladies.
Bounty is the legendary and hottest nightlife spot in Legian, famous for its wet n’ wild parties – mostly attracting a young crowd of Aussies and ‘schoolies’ looking for a place to go on a late night ‘mutiny’ and get loose and get down. Also known as the ‘Bounty Ship’, this one-stop entertainment complex is complete with an expansive discotheque, restaurant and bar where you can enjoy booze with fashion shows, sexy dancers and DJs who converge to provide thrilling sights and sounds. As Bali’s premier discotheque, Bounty is a must-visit, at least once, on your after-dark Legian adventures.
6. PYRAMID BALI
Pyramid Club Bali is one of the very few late night spots on Kuta’s outskirts catering to visitors, locals and expatriates looking for a fun place to party hard after hours. The nightclub features a centrepiece bar that serves a selection of international beers, liqueurs and cocktails, surrounded by spaces filled with glass-top cocktail tables to chill-out with friends. A roster of international resident and guest DJs help the crowd get loose on its dance floor well into the wee hours, seven days a week. Open since 2012, Pyramid Club Bali comes to life around midnight with its real rave scene kicking in a few hours later. The club is well positioned near the northern end of Kuta’s Jalan Dewi Sri, a conveniently central location that provides easy access for late crawlers from the notoriously bubbly nightlife areas of Legian and Seminyak, which are famous for their mix of bars and entertainment venues.
7.OPIVM CLUB BALI
OPIVM (pronounced Opium) Bali is a two-storey nightclub located in Seminyak, where you can party away with exclusive VIP bottles and shisha services courtesy of personal table butlers, available in selected areas of the club. The club’s soundtrack is mainly house music and techno, and international DJs and other artists are featured regularly. OPIVM Bali’s self-proclaimed mission statement is “seduction,” and accordingly, the club’s decor includes poles as well as aerial performers which add a burlesque element to the clubbing experience. Drink promotions, such as its IDR 100,000 (USD 8) for all cocktails, are usually available before midnight.
In addition to their personalised services, OPIVM Bali also offers special treatments for ‘V.I.F.s’ or Very Important Friends. Book ahead if you want to get the most out of the clubbing experience here. Located in a crowded section of Seminyak that is usually prone to traffic jams, OPIVM Bali provides valet parking for patrons, and taxis are recommended.
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