Update 2016: The team behind Mint sold their shares and built a new nightclub called Jenja. The review below is not really relevant anymore as the new Mint is much less interesting. I recommend you to go to Jenja inside of Mint.
Mint in Bali is pretty much the equivalent of Red Square in Jakarta: A small modern club, with electronic music, packed on weekends with:
- Young (25-45) male single expatriates (and some tourists)
- Indonesian girls, professional girlfriends for half of them.
The music in Mint is actually quite good if you are into electro and they have at least once a month a reputed DJ.
Drinks are expensive, 10$ for a bacardi coke, 12 for a mojito, and you have an entrance fee of up to 200k when there is a special event. Only visit during weekends as it is rather empty on weekdays.
Overall: One of the top venues for nightlife in Bali (which does not mean a lot, please read my article: Bali nighlife 2013, Bali Nighlife Tips 2014, Sex Tourism in Bali). If you arrive early, you can get a few drinks in Mantra bar to warm up, it is just in front and usually busy.
Mint Club Bali
Jalan Raya Petitenget 919
Near Potato Head and W
Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia
Phone number: +62-361 876 9741
Website: Mint Bali
Facebook: Mint Club Bali
Thursday from 10pm to 3am
Friday and Saturday from 10pm to 4am