Browsing "Older Posts"

Browsing Category " Beach Club Bali "

Atlas Bali (Canggu)

By Tibs →
The Atlas complex in Berawa beach in Canggu is the number one entertainment destination in Bali. It features the Atlas Beach Club, the biggest in the world, and the Atlas Superclub, the largest nightclub in Bali. It also has some shops and a food court area with restaurant chains such as Dear Butter, Wahana, Pison, or Sushi Toku. Atlas Beach Club Atlas Beach Club sits right in front of the Indian ocean, on the sands of Berawa beach. It has 6 swimming pools, all of them surrounded by tropical trees and lush plants. One pool is reserved for kids while another one, with a length of 50 meters, is ideal for swimmers. In the center, there is a stage area with a sound system so powerful that it can be used for outdoor concerts. At the time of writing, it costs IDR 250,000 to enter the beach club. For this price, you get a free drink and a towel. Personally, I prefer booking a private table, right next to one of the swimming pools. It is much more convenient as you will have a place to keep yo

Karma Beach Club - Bali

By Tibs →
    Karma Beach Club (previously called Nammos Beach Club) is the bar/restaurant of the Karma Kandara resort. Located on one of Bali's most beautiful beaches, it is unfortunately very expensive, snob and pretentious. It is also a pain in the ass to get there, especially if you don't have your own car.

Cocoon Beach Club (Bali)

By Tibs →
Cocoon is one of the hippest and most expensive beach clubs in Bali, along with KuDeTa and Potato Head. Located on Jalan Double Six in Seminyak, it is about 100 meters from the beach, and not far from many other renowned venues such as Bacio, La Vida Loca or Déjà Vu. In the inside, everything is perfect and definitely world-class: The food, the parties, the design, the atmosphere, etc... It is pricey, around Rp 600,000 for a meal per person, but you can also order just a drink for around Rp100,000. There are some more private areas for bigger spenders too in the form of "cabanas". Because it is flashy, exclusive and absolutely unauthentic, it is not for everyone. I'm sure that at least half of the people I know would prefer eating padang food in a warung instead of spending an afternoon in Cocoon.