4 Must Visit Day Clubs in Bali
Are you a fan of good music, good food, beautiful surrounds and enjoying a few cocktails in the island sunshine? You've come to the right place; Bali offers an array of world-class day clubs, whether you want to chill by the pool or dance into the night. Here are 4 to add to your need-to-visit list.
Home to the island’s most glamorous pool parties in the largest salt water pool in Bali, Mrs. Sippy is the ultimate oasis-inspired destination for daytime hangs involving food, refreshing drinks and all round fun in the sun.
Lounge around against the backdrop of the dreamy white interior design, dotted with stylish daybeds and wayward palm trees that stretch into the blue skies, take a jump off the famous diving board and kick back to the groovy sounds from the Mrs. Sippy resident DJs, a handpicked selection of Bali’s finest talent.
Tip: this venue is highly Instagrammable, so wear your best bikini or boardies and get snapping.
Perched atop a 100 metre plateau in the visually stunning Uluwatu area, Omnia is the latest offering from the internationally renowned Hakkasan Group, boasting expansive views of the Indian Ocean, which can be enjoyed alongside the culinary delights and artisan cocktails.
The sleek and uber chic architectural design is the brain child of Singapore’s WOHA and NYC’s Rockwell, seamlessly integrating dining, lounge areas, dance floor, swimming pools and at its heart, an elevated precinct that hovers captivatingly over the endless ocean vista.
With one of the best sound systems on the island and plenty of sunshine to be enjoyed, you’ll want to check out Omnia.
Tip: want to groove your way through sunset? Sundays are the day to go.
Their catch line is “a destination for good times” and that’s exactly what Potato Head offers its patrons. In the heart of Seminyak, situated directly on the beachfront, this venue is the perfect mix of laid back island vibes and party spirit.
Go early so you can grab your posse a daybed to relax on poolside as the sun sets, with fresh coconuts and Bintangs in hand.
Tip: Potato Head is regularly home to an array of international musical acts, so check their calendar to see what’s on during your stay in Bali. These events are generally ticketed, so you’ll want to organise it ahead of time.
If Sunday were a place, this could well be it. The aptly named beach club is the perfect place to relax right on the sand in true style, tropical cocktail in hand. Located at the base of the luxury Ungasan Clifftop Resort, Sundays Beach Club welcomes guests to a boutique, tucked away, waterfront destination.
More than just your average day club, at Sundays you can indulge in the freshest all-day dining, explore the crystal clear lagoon, scattered rock pools and make the most of the complimentary water sports (think snorkelling, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding at your disposal). As the day winds down, bonfires come alight and the sun sets Cliffside in your very own private piece of paradise.
Tip: Friday and Saturday nights offer a ‘Seafood Feast’ for only 550k IDR per person… you won’t regret it!