If you’ve never been to Bali before, visiting a beach club could also be a replacement experience to enjoy Bali, this is the Best Bali Beach Club, Entrance Fee, And Dress Codes. all of them is different with their own unique vibe. From sunsets in Seminyak to jungle views in Ubud and infinity pools overlooking the ocean in Uluwatu, you’ll not regret hitting a minimum of 1 beach club every day (or evening). For repeat visitors, there are several new beach clubs that have opened within the past year, so this guide is your ultimate rundown on what’s hot (and what’s not) within the beach club scene in Bali.
Top 7 Bali Beach Club
Dress codes and entrance fees for Beach Clubs in Bali.
If you’re getting to
If you are going to visit one of Bali’s beach clubs — and I highly recommend you do — a little bit of planning will help make your day a fantastic experience. Here are some insider tips to make the most of your day.
- Make sure they’re open. Some venues may be closed for private functions.
- Special events like dance parties or festivals may require purchasing a ticket beforehand, which is advisable because the door price is often much higher than purchasing a ticket beforehand.
- Understand that an entrance fee often includes a credit towards food and beverage in order to maximize their revenue. This is often still a good deal and is designed to ensure their daybeds and limited seating options are profitable.
- You will likely be asked by security to leave any food and drinks before entering, including bottled water.
- Most beach clubs have a minimum dress code —dress codes at the very least no alcohol-branded singlets or t-shirts — and some that will require footwear (not sandals or thongs) after a certain time, often around 4 pm. Expect varying levels of enforcement depending on the time of year, how busy they are, and for women is often more relaxed than for men.
- You will likely be subjected to a security search before entering, including backpacks, shopping, and handbags.
- Make a booking beforehand if you expect to use a day bed or prime position for popular clubs, especially for sunset.
visit one among Bali’s beach clubs — and that i highly recommend you are doing — a touch little bit of planning will help make your day an incredible experience. Here are some insider tips to form the foremost of your day.
Mrs. Sippy, Seminyak
While Mrs. Sippy isn’t even on the beach, it gets my vote for the simplest beach club in Bali because they nailed the formula — Bali’s largest saltwater pool, a 5m diving platform for the adventurous, affordable and surprisingly good food menu — and a laid-back vibe that just works. They have also been throwing a number of Bali’s best music festivals lately and this venue is clearly recuperating monthly. We provide it a rare 5-star rating for sheer awesomeness.
The Lawn, Canggu
A relatively new addition to the beach club scene in Bali it is very conveniently located 100m from Old Mans in Batu Bolong. Sitting on the foreshore of the hip Canggu beach, The Lawn has quickly become a favorite haunt for locals, ex-pats and visitors alike. Soak up the midday sun, lounge by the pool, enjoy a dusk cocktail or the sensational tunes from visiting DJ’s after dark.
Phone: +62 361-335-1055
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun, 11 am – late
Entrance Fee: None – Minimum spending on day beds approx.US$100 in high season, US$50 in low season.
Potato Head, Seminyak
Potato Head is a must-do for anyone coming to Bali looking for a party by the pool. It has some of the most inspiring architecture you will see for commercial premises from the entrance. To say they made the market for using antique shutters as an architectural feature is an understatement.
Year after year, Potato Head is the standard by which all other beach clubs should be judged. The cocktails may seem expensive but they are expertly prepared and pack a real punch. Dollar for dollar the best cocktails on the island.
Address:Jl. Petitenget 51B, Seminyak
Phone: +62 361-473-7979
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun, 10am – 2am
Entrance Fee: None – Minimum spending on day beds apply.
Omnia Day Club opened with a big splash and massive promotional budget in 2018 and had a number of high profile events with international DJ’s playing to big crowds. It’s an up-market venue located at the southern end of south Bali (locally known as The Bukit) so getting there and back means it’s a day (or night) trip, so plan your transport accordingly.
It’s at the high end of the expense scale, and seating is very limited during big events unless you are willing to pay serious for a day-bed, so be prepared to stand if it’s seriously busy during party nights and prepare for your dress code too for this place.
Phone: +62 361 8482150
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun, 11am-10:30pm
Entrance Fee: IDR 300.000, more for special events.
Finns Beach Club, Canggu
Finns Beach Club was opened in late 2016 and is already very popular with tourists and locals alike. The owners are improving the property all the time, with bars, restaurants, a great pool surrounded by daybeds, and a fantastic view overlooking Berawa Beach it is a popular spot to watch the sun go down. Even though the daybeds come with a minimum spend they can be taken up pretty quickly so it pays to book ahead. The facilities are being expanded all the time, with the latest addition being Finns VIP Club.
Address:Jl. Pantai Berawa, Canggu
Phone: +62 361 9347344
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun, 9am — 11pm
Entrance Fee: Free — minimum spend IDR1.000.000 for single day bed
Tropicola, Batu Belig
A new entrant to the beach club market in 2018, Tropicola is developed by the same team that owns Hotel Mexicola, without doubt, one of the best bars and restaurants in Seminyak. This is why it’s such a disappointment that their new venue on the beach at Batu Belig is lacking soul. It’s a minimalist space supposedly reminiscent of 1950’s Miami, but instead is a kitsch venue decorated in loud block colors and a menu that is a poor-quality but a more expensive imitation of the fantastic food put out by the kitchen at Mexicola.
To get there, go down the end of Jalan Batu Belig and turn left towards Batu Belig beach. There’s an unpaved road along the beachfront with a number of old-school beach shacks defying the recent large scale developments and in my opinion a much more authentic experience and a great place to watch the stunning Bali sunsets.
Phone: +62 361 9343636
Opening Hours: Mon – Sun, 11:00am-12:00am
Entrance Fee: None – Minimum spend on day beds.
Cafe Del Mar, Canggu
Café del Mar Bali opened to the public on 9 September 2019. Café del Mar Bali will celebrate its opening with a launch party late in the year while a special 3-day grand opening party is planned for early 2020, featuring a list of international DJs to be announced in the coming future.
Address:Jl. Subak Sari, Canggu
Phone: +62 361-447-1625
Open Hours: Mo-Su 11:00-22:00
Entrance Fee: Unknown