Mint Club (Seminyak Bali)

By Jakarta100bars

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

Opening Hours:
Thursday from 10pm to 3am
Friday and Saturday from 10pm to 4am

For more info about Bali nightlife, please read my 2015 guide about the 12 Hottest Nightclubs on the island.

1 comment to '' Mint Club (Seminyak Bali) "

  1. I'm in Bali at the moment and according to signs on the building and their facebook page - Mint Nightclub is now permanently closed with their last party on NYE 31/12/16. They do say they are planning to reopen in 2017 with a new concept but not sure if it will still be a nightclub or just a bar/restaurant.