The best beach clubs in Bali

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The beach club has made a luxurious comeback in Bali where visitors are spoilt for choice with modern outdoor areas to play, dine and swim.

Tropical Temptation Beach Club

Ungasan, Bali

Picture yourself on a daybed or sofa, shaded by palm trees. Your view is of an Artic blue infinity pool that spills over to stunning Melasti Beach. With white sand, clean water and great snorkelling, Melasti Beach is one of the best beaches in Bali. Its coral reef creates an exquisite wave-free swimming bay.

Structurally, Tropical Temptation Beach Club is a bamboo masterpiece designed by local artisans. High detailed ceilings let in a cool breeze and sweeping ocean views. Daily live DJ sets create the perfect ambience for signature cocktails and Balinese-inspired cuisine.

Visit from Thursday to Sunday for epic pool parties. Thursdays host Sandikala Majestic. A sunset party with a “Balinese welcoming” for guests upon arrival, fire-breathing bartenders, and a sunset performance featuring the legendary Hanoman dance. After guests can make offerings and play traditional Balinese games.

Friday’s pool party is the Sea and She. Featuring a stilt walker, bubble girl, water gun, thousands of pastel balls, and lots of floaties to keep you entertained. On Saturday Tropicolour is a colour extravaganza with a smoke bomb display and 360 photobooth. Sunday’s Saxofoam foam party that starts at 5 pm and features a live DJ and a saxophonist.

Sundays Beach Club

The Ungusan, Uluwatu

The Ungasan’s Sundays Beach Club is right on the stunning bone-white sand of the Bukit Peninsula. Determined to make every day a Sunday, this beach club is the prime place for memorable relaxation. Sit back and relax to the breezy tropical tunes and have your every whim catered for with friendly Balinese service.

Other activities on offer include exploring rock pools and snorkelling in the clear waters of the lagoon. Or you can take out a complimentary kayak or stand-up paddleboard at low tide. The entry fee also includes towels and inclinator access to the beach.

Cost: $50 entrance fee including $30 food and beverage credit

Ku De Ta


Ku De Ta is the original Bali beach club, created for sun-drenched days and unforgettable island nights.

The restaurant serves soulful, sustainable and seasonal local produce directly to your beachfront sun lounge.

Ku De Ta, Seminyak

The Lawn


Canggu is home to the hippest beach clubs in Bali and The Lawn is one of the hottest places to catch up with friends, enjoy great food and watch the ocean.

Swim and surf right in front of the Beach Club on Canggu Beach, take a dip in the pool or watch a film on the giant projector set up on the lawn on certain nights.

Visit on a Friday evening to dance the night away.

Savaya Bali


Get ready to party at an incredible venue in Savaya Bali. The beach club sits 100-metres above the sea. DJ play on on a deck juts out over the Indian Ocean with sweeping sea views. Special ticketed DJ events are on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

Ulu Cliffhouse


This clifftop playground has a 22-metre infinity pool and extraordinary food. A switchback staircase takes you down to an open-air restaurant perched on the edge of the limestone cliffs. Events with DJs get Ulu Cliffhouse pumping and beats even get created onsite in the thatch-roofed recording studio.

Sundara Beach Club

Four Seasons Hotel, Jimbaran

Head to Sundara Beach Club to swim in Bali’s longest beach-front pool. Gazebos and daybeds run alongside the 57-metre swimming pool. Sundara Beach Club is one of the best beach clubs in Bali because it caters to both adults-only at the Sundeck and kids in the Family Zone and kids’ club.

Cost: Starting from $115 for two people on a daybed.

Manarai Beach House

South Kuta

Manarai Beach House exudes endless summer vibes, This chic Bali beach club combines modern comforts with classic Balinese craftsmanship. Guests have the choice between two different swimming pools, both surrounded by inviting day beds. Sip a whimsical cocktail made from hand-selected Balinese ingredients or opt for one of Manarai’s homemade alcoholic popsicles.

The beach house also offers guests the traditional herbal drink, Balinese jamu, in abundance. Between beachside strolls and refreshing dips, guests are able to indulge in decadent dishes that fuse East and West. Executive chef Stefan Poyet has more than 15 years experience manning the pans. And his menu veers from comfort food to lighter dishes designed to maintain a beach bod.

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Potato Head Beach Club


Designed by Indonesian architect, Andra Matin, Potato Head Beach Club has five restaurants, three bars, an infinity pool and a 500-square-metre lawn. Located right on the beachfront the Bali beach club also has wellness and fitness classes, art lessons and installations, a library and live music.

Motel Mexicola


Mexicola has a retro and fun atmosphere blending Bali and Mexico and decor that is full of life. The unique combination is a winner. There are multiple areas to enjoy authentic Mexican cuisine, especially for brunching and lunching on Mexican tapas. And of course, you’ll want to repeatedly visit the wishing well with its resident turtle who can resist falling in love with that?

Motel Mexicola is an excellent place to go dancing at night.


Hotel Indigo, Seminyak

There is no better place for a beach club than Bali’s stylish Seminyak beach at Hotel Indigo. The busy beachfront is home to SugarSand, an exquisite two-level beach club that promises fine food and drink, music and sweeping views of the Indian Ocean. The club’s palette is injected with inspiration from Bali’s rich, earthy elements and a simple Japanese aesthetic and resembles a jukung, a native fishing boat. The pool area is also dotted with daybeds and includes a beachside bar and open-air roof lounge designed to enjoy sunsets and seasonal cocktails.

Nikkei, is the beach club’s very own restaurant and Australian-born chef Nic Phillip’s very own creation. Locally sourced ingredients come together here to create an exotic Japanese-Peruvian fusion that celebrates the sea’s bounty.  Mixologist Sufian Mahmoud also incorporates seasonal ingredients to create Japanese-inspired cocktails. These feature alongside sake, sochu, spirits and an extensive collection of gin. 

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