Best Bali beach clubs
No trip to Bali is complete without dropping by one or two of their gorgeous beach clubs. From world-famous names boasting stunning sunset views, to beach bars with infinity pools and private cabanas, we’ve got you covered with these 9 Bali beach clubs to visit the next time you want to dance the night away.
1. Mano Beach House
If you’re looking for a beach club that isn’t too expensive or swarming with tourists, Mano Beach House will be right up your alley. Mano isn’t as crowded as Finns or Potato Head but still has a gorgeous view of the beach that you can enjoy in peace and quiet. Plus, no minimum spend is required to book any of their outdoor bean bags.
The food here is as good as many famous cafes and restaurants I’ve visited in Bali, with their Norwegian Smoked Salmon Bagel (IDR130K++/~S$11.82++) being one of my favourite dishes. You get two fluffy bagel buns, which sandwiches savoury smoked salmon, pickles, capers, hummus, and yoghurt cream. The Prawn-Bacon Dumpling (IDR80K++/~S$7.27++) was also impressive, comprising four juicy dumplings filled with minced prawn and bacon.
My colleague couldn’t stop raving about the Seared Barramundi (IDR140K++/~S$12.73++): pan-seared barramundi slathered with brown butter, served alongside green peas, wild herbs, and capers.
In the cocktail department, they’ve got house specials from IDR110K++ (~S$9.90++) as well as classic favourites such as Aperol Spritzer (IDR115K++/~S$10.35++) and the gin-based Negroni (IDR120K++/~S$10.80++).
Address: Jalan Pantai Pura Petitenget Kerobokan Kelod, Seminyak, Kecematan Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 11pm
Mano Beach House is not a halal-certified eatery.
2. Mari Beach Club
Mari Beach Club is one of my favourite beach clubs in Seminyak. The place is decked out with bamboo and rattan furnishings for a nature-inspired look, in contrast to most beach clubs that typically sport a white-washed, Ibiza-esque vibe.
Mari Beach Club charges an entrance fee starting from IDR500K++ (~S$45++) for the main bar tables. If you don’t mind splurging, we recommend booking the pool deck canopies (from IDR1M++ (~S$99++), which offer unrivalled views of Seminyak Beach.
We recommend their Tuna Poke Bowl (IDR155K++/~S$14.07++), which gives you a generous bowl of chunky tuna sashimi, avocado, pickled carrots, cucumber, and sushi rice. There’s also the Fried Shrimp Maki Sushi (IDR145K++/~S$13.16++), a starter of shrimp sushi rolls and mayonnaise that’s great for sharing.
Wash everything down with a Purple-Pea Pizz (IDR130++/~S$11.80++), a refreshing concoction featuring pea-infused gin with house-made ginger beer, served over ice.
Address: Jalan Batu Belig Nombor 66, Kerobokan Kelod, Kecematan Kuta Utara, Bali 80361
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 12pm to 10pm, Fri-Sun 12pm to 11pm
Tel: +62 361 9347766
Mari Beach Club is not a halal-certified eatery.
3. La Brisa
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La Brisa is the prettiest beach club in Canggu—based on my humble opinion. It’s also great for those who don’t fancy lying under the hot sun, as it’s mostly sheltered. Spend the whole afternoon lazing on the beach beds beside the picturesque pool, or relax with your friends on the comfy sofas overlooking the sea. Honestly, it doesn’t matter where you sit, as every square inch of this place is Instagram-worthy.
The beach club is known for having super tasty pizzas, one of our favourites being Di Mare (IDR140K++/~S$12.54++). This sees a crispy pizza base heaped with mozzarella, parmesan cheese, and garlic prawns. We got ourselves some Charred Octopus (IDR170K++/~S$15.23++) too, featuring smoked octopus served with cannellini bean ragout and chimichurri sauce.
Signature tipples include the Jaje Bali with spiced rum and pandan syrup, and the Cempaka Sour: vodka-infused magnolia champaca flower with banana liqueur. These cocktails only cost IDR115K++ (~S$10.35++), and you can top up IDR15K++(~S$1.35++) to make your drink extra boozy.
Address: Jalan Pantai Batu Mejan, Canggu, Kecematan Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 11pm
La Brisa is not a halal-certified eatery.
4. Oneeighty Bali
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You may have seen this gorgeous day club making rounds on social media. Located in Bali’s Uluwatu region, Oneeighty has a glass-bottom infinity pool overhanging the ocean, alongside a series of cascading pools, a cliffside VIP deck, a sand lounge, and an enclosed bar.
Come night, the upbeat beach club transforms into a tranquil oasis, complete with fire pits and uplit coconut palms for the ultimate Bali experience.
Image credit: @oneeightybali
Tantalise your tastebuds with delicious beachside eats, including the Indonesian Tuna Ceviche (IDR115K++/~S$10.35++), a starter comprising yellowfin tuna ceviche with lemon basil and virgin coconut oil, or the Sate Babi Bumbu Bali (IDR135K++/~S$12.15++). This latter is served with steamed rice and urap—steamed vegetables dressed in spiced grated coconut.
Then, indulge in boozy drinks prepared by their all-star mixologist team, with creations such as Love Potion #180 (IDR145K++/~S$13.05++), a smoky concoction with rosella vodka and apple juice, and Salted Caramel Espresso Martini (IDR145K++/~S$13.05++): vodka, Kahlua, salted caramel, and cold-brew espresso.
Address: Jalan Goa Lempeh, Pecatu, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 9pm
Tel: +62 361 8470700
Oneeighty Bali is not a halal-certified eatery.
5. Atlas Beach Club
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This listicle wouldn’t be complete without mentioning Atlas Beach Club, one of the most popular beach bars not just in Bali, but also in Asia. Drop by just before the golden hour for a breathtaking view of Berawa Beach, before partying it out all night beside the beachfront pool with glow-in-the-dark Balinese dancers and famous DJs.
The entry fee will set you back IDR200K++ (~S$18++) on non-event days and includes a welcome drink, portable fan, and a complimentary drink voucher.
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You won’t need to head elsewhere for dinner as the menu here is pretty extensive. Get your appetite rolling with some Jagung Bakar Berawa (IDR45K++/~S$4.05++): grilled corn on the cob with spicy margarine glaze. There’s also the crispy Atlas Indonesian Fritters (IDR85K++/~S$7.65), made with tapioca flour and deep-fried tempeh.
Moving onto mains, they’ve got delicious seafood items such as Grilled Octopus (IDR200K++/~S$18++) with red pepper sauce, and Ikan Bakar Jimbaran (IDR175K++/~S$15.75), comprising grilled barramundi with tomatoes and steamed greens.
Happy hour takes place every day between 10am and 5pm, with cocktails going for only IDR100K++ (~S$9++).
Address: Jalan Pantai Berawa Nombor 88, Tibubeneng, Kecematan Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 12am
Atlas Beach Club is not a halal-certified eatery.
6. Finns Beach Club
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Here’s another one you’ve probably heard of: Finns Beach Club is known for having one of the prettiest pool bars in Bali. Plus, it’s just a three-minute walk away from Atlas.
With a minimum spend of IDR900K++ (~S$81.08++), you’ll get to spend the day lounging on one of their Single Deluxe Beds overlooking the sea. Those coming in a group can opt for the Deluxe Beds instead, which cost IDR4M++ (~S$360.36++) and can fit up to six people.
Alternatively, you can enjoy free seating at their deck seats, deck booths, manta bar tables, and sunset lounge bar.
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Their Western breakfast menu is quite popular and offers artisan pastry boxes, smoothie bowls, and cheese toasties. For something heartier, get their wood-fired pizzas (from IDR195K++/~S$17.57++) to share––5 Cheeses is topped with mozzarella, Emmental cheese, feta, and blue cheese, while the Butter Chicken Pizza comes with masala sauce, butter chicken, ricotta, and leek.
For something more local, there’s also Nasi Goreng and Mie Goreng for IDR135K++ (~S$12.16++).
Address: Jalan Pantai Berawa Nombor 99, Canggu, Kecematan Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361
Opening hours: Daily 7am to 12am
Finns Beach Club is not a halal-certified eatery.
7. Cafe Del Mar
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Modelled after the famous Cafe Del Mar bar in Ibiza, this two-level beachfront pool club boasts one of Bali’s largest infinity pools, complete with swim-up bars, cocktails bars, and private luxury cabanas.
Aesthetic-wise, they’re going for a cleaner white-and-blue look, just like the famous beach clubs you’ll see in Spain.
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There are all sorts of cuisines on the menu, but we recommend their Mediterranean food. Try the Babaganoush (|DR55K++/~S$4.95++), a creamy appetiser with roasted eggplant and olive oil, or the Slipper Lobster Spaghetti (IDR160K++/~S$14.41++), said to be one of their crowd favourites.
During happy hour, signature cocktails go for IDR135K++ (~S$12.16++). Some unique concoctions include the Sesame D’agave with sesame oil-washed tequila and orange marmalade, and the Popstar 1944—popcorn-infused black rum with pineapple.
Address: Jalan Subak Sari, Canggu, Tibubeneng, Kecematan Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 10pm
Tel: +62 811 3811 7171
Warung Sate Babi Pandu is not a halal-certified eatery.
8. KU DE TA
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Seminyak is home to KU DE TA, one of Bali’s first OG beach clubs. The beachfront hangout also houses Mejekawi, a famous fine-dining restaurant that’s a must-visit if you’re feeling fancy-schmancy.
They’ve got a range of interesting vegan options here, such as Agedashi Dofu (IDR90K++/~S$8.11++), featuring fried silken tofu with shoyu broth, and Jackfruit Wonton Tacos (IDR90K++/~S$8.11++) with apple sauce and tangy red cabbage.
Image credit: @kudetabali
If meat is your thing, go for the Philly Cheese Steak Roll (IDR150K++/~S$13.51++) instead. This bestseller sees a fluffy hoagie roll stuffed with juicy Angus striploin, cheddar cheese, and sauteed peppers, along with rustic potatoes served on the side.
There is a minimum spend of IDR500K++ (~S$45.05++) per table for weekday bookings, and IDR1M++ (~S$90.09++) on weekends.
Address: Jalan Kayu Aya Nombor 9, Seminyak, Kecematan Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 8am to 12am, Fri-Sat 8am to 1am
Tel: +62 361 736969
KU DE TA is not a halal-certified eatery.
9. White Rock Beach Club
Image credit: @whiterockbeachclub
White Rock Beach Club is perched on top of a limestone cliff at Melasti Beach, making it one of the most gorgeous beach clubs in South Bali. They’ve got spectacular ocean views, pumping EDM tunes, an infinity pool, and a Japanese-inspired menu with mouth-watering sushi and seafood.
Image credit: @whiterockbeachclub
The Phoneix Caviar Roll (IDR210K++/~S$18.92++) gives you eight pieces of maki stuffed with unagi and caviar pearl, drizzled with eel sauce, while the Jumbo Prawn Skewers (IDR220K++/~S$19.82++) features grilled Papuan king prawn served with sambal and mango salsa.
If you’re hosting a party, the beach club’s also got VIP suites, bookable for a rate of IDR8M++ (~S$720.73++). The lavish suites accommodate up to 10 persons and come equipped with a plush sofa, dining table, mini bar, smart TV, balcony, private bathroom, and shower.
Address: Ungasan, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali 80361
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tel: +62 812 3000 3001
White Rock Beach Club is not a halal-certified eatery.
Bali beach club guide
There’s no better way to experience the island’s beautiful coastline than hitting up one of these dreamy beach clubs. If you’re looking for the best food to eat in Bali, read up on our Bali food guide. Otherwise, check out our Seminyak food guide for other delicious food in the area.
Photos taken by Yi En Chew and edited by Melvin Mak.
Feature image adapted from @finnsbeachclub, @atlasbeachclub, @oneeightybali, and @whiterockbeachclub
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