6 Best Beach Clubs In Bali

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It suffices to say that Bali has become one of the most popular destinations to satiate your wanderlust. The appeal lies in its crystal-blue waters, lush paddy fields, world-class restaurants, incredible ocean view villas and unbeatable beach clubs and bars. Whether you’re there for relaxation or a good ol’ time, you can’t skip out on visiting one of their beach clubs. From stunning cliffside views to a sustainable seaside treehouse, here are the best beach clubs to check out when you’re in Bali.

The Lawn Canggu

 

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Sitting on top of the shores of Canggu’s Batu Bolong surf spot, this laid-back spot was originally known as a restaurant. But, with its ocean views, well-stocked bar, and proximity to the long black-sand beach – The Lawn has become one of the hottest beach clubs in Bali. It’s the perfect setting to surf, dine, drink, relax and soak up the sun. We also recommend staying in the loop with their music attractions – past performers to make an appearance at the club include the likes of DJ/producer Diplo.

Potato Head Bali

 

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Labelled as one of the first beach clubs in Bali, Potato Head Bali offers a blend of daytime lounging, intimate dinners, and infamous Friday nights. Located in Seminyak, it continues to be a frontrunner in providing the best summer experience. Boasting infinity pools, sun loungers, swaying palms, trendy soundtracks, and locally sourced ingredients for their food and drinks – this beach club is everyone’s go-to.

Ulu Cliffhouse

 

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Soaring brightly with a stunning cliff-side setting, Ulu Cliffhouse is 100 feet above the Indian Ocean. Boasting modern lines and the traditional Balinese soul, this beach club offers the perfect party location with its 25-meter infinity pool, stunning panoramic view of the ocean, al fresco restaurant, and a cliff-side ocean deck. It’s a prime place for you to eat, drink, relax, and party all day and night.

Sunday Beach Club

The Sunday Beach Club is a part of The Ungasan Clifftop Resort, which means guests have to descend the clifftop via cable car to get to their destination. But, once you’re down, it puts you in a perfect toe-dipping position with the Indian Ocean. Backdropped by soft white sand, turquoise water, coconut palm trees, and thatched rooftops, the Sunday Beach Club is a slice of heaven. You can even take part in activities like paddle boarding and surfing, or take it easy by lounging in one of their VIP cabanas.

La Brisa

 

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Nestled on the shores of Echo Beach, La Brisa was built using reclaimed wood from over 500 old fisherman boats. Designed to look like a seaside treehouse, the beach club is one of the most sustainable and eco-friendly venues on the island that evokes Balinese character. Decorated with fairy lights and bean bag loungers, with a soundtrack of crashing waves, La Brisa is made for everyone. And, if you’re into seafood, this place has an extensive menu dedicated to shellfish and more.

Karma Beach Club

 

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The Karma Beach Club overlooks a crystal-blue lagoon and white sands of Bali’s most beautiful beach. Situated in a jungle-covered cove, it’s the perfect place for a romantic private beach date. But, it’s also a hot spot for adventure junkies. You can kayak around corals at low tide or venture a little further to explore the nearby caves. It’s definitely a place full of thrills!