THE 7 BEST BARS TO VISIT IN BALI


Holiday in Bali is still the main choice for almost everyone, from local and foreign tourists. The beaches and tourist attractions on the Island of the Gods do have their own charm. Likewise with a hangout in Bali, which is now the target of many people. The streets to Bali are crowded with friends it's not complete if you do not eat while hanging out together. Various unique and instagramworthy cafes are scattered throughout Bali. Here are the best bars in Bali



1. Single Fin
This place was once only known by surfers to hangout, but now it has changed to Uluwatu's hippest cliff-top bar, a fully-fledged sunset chill-out and live entertainment spot. The bar is usually packed at sunset and over the weekends when jam sessions take place. Single Fin then brings Suluban Beach, otherwise known as Blue Point, to life with its great live music roster featuring a line-up of international guest DJs and notable local bands. At any given time however, you can simply go up to the bar and order a cold Bintang to enjoy with the view until the sky turns crimson. Non-surfers can simply kick back and enjoy the gruelling action displayed by the pros riding the waves below.


2. Omnia Dayclub Bali
Omnia’s refined atmospheric weekday environment morphs into a high energy DJ-centric scene on the weekends, offering a unique daytime party destination. Perfectly placed on the stunning limestone cliffs of Uluwatu on the Bukit Peninsula of the island, Omnia Bali is a showstopper in every way. The dayclub have been meticulously planned to maximise the panoramic views of the Indian Ocean that can be enjoyed from this 80-metre plateau.

3. La Brisa Bali
Built using reclaimed wood from more than 500 old fisherman boats, and expertly hand decorated, La Brisa today is one of the trendiest, yet sustainable eco-friendly venues in the island that radiates true Balinese character and serves up some of the lip smackingly delicious food and cocktails. Nestled on the foreshore of Echo Beach, one of the most well known beaches in Bali, La Brisa is home to an absolutely breathtaking décor, sustainably sourced food and genuine Balinese hospitality.

4. Folk Pool & Garden
From the beautiful imperfections of its people and charming clash of cultures comes Folk Pool & Gardens, Ubud’s first swim up bar and twilight poolside cinema located right in the heart of town, it’s a tounge-in-cheek neighborhood setting with private daybeds, teepees and decks line the pool with food range from vegetarian to grill and drinks from craft options to classics. With a seasonal twilight cinema situated right in the heart of town, it’s a tounge-in-cheek neighborhood setting with private daybeds, teepees and decks line the pool with food range from vegetarian to grill and drinks from craft options to classics.

5. Rock Bar Bali
Perched atop distinctive rock formations along Jimbaran’s pristine sunset coast, Rock Bar Bali is widely respected as one of the globe’s most popular sunset, cocktail and entertainment venues. Showcasing unparalleled views from 14 meters above the Indian Ocean, Rock Bar is accessible via AYANA’s dramatic cliff side inclinator.Featuring a glamorous sunset vibe, and a seductive after-dark ambiance, listen to premier international DJs as they heighten your experience from a custom DJ booth carved directly into the cliff face.

6. La Plancha
Nestled in the heart of the Balinese landscape where the jungle meets the ocean, La Plancha opened its doors in 2010 and was the original (and the first) Chiringuito styled restaurant and bar in Seminyak. The brightly coloured, vintage inspired structure was designed to bring something different to Bali. La Plancha was the concept and creation of the food of Spain. The hand-painted up-cycled coloured wood of the building was a taste of the original Spanish Chiringuito. The brightly coloured beanbags combined with the traditional Balinese umbrellas saw the integration of the two cultures and La Plancha was born.


7. One Eighty
Located within the estate of Bali's renowned villa resort The edge, oneeighty° is a celebration of sophisticated beach culture set 500ft above the Indian Ocean. This game-changing cliff-top club is built alongside a series of cascading ponds, spilling into a jaw-dropping glass-bottom sky pool which extends 6 metres over the edge of the cliff. Guests of oneeighty° can relax on the cliff-side VIP deck, recline on a sunbed in the sand lounge or take a table at the enclosed bar, all overlooking the most breathtaking 180° panorama imaginable. By day, the menu reads like a playful ode to classic beachside food, prepared by renowned Balinese Executive Chef Nyoman Suasa, previously Sous Chef at The Beverley Wilshire on Rodeo Drive, Los Angeles. At the bar, a tempting array of stellar cocktails from the all-star mixologist team back up a Wine Spectator Award-winning wine list, presented by 2016 Best Sommelier Bali, Nyoman Suwinda Yasa.

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