If you looking for a night clubs you can go to Legian street. There is many night clubs and the night life is good. Its situated right next to Kuta so if you in the Kuta area be sure to take a walk there or just take a taxi. You can just ask any driver for the disco-tek in Legian street and they all know where it is.
Dress Code: Not that strict on dresscode. I would say a jeans and t-shirt should be fine.
The hard rock cafe in Kuta is quiet nice as well. At the entrance you got to choose a drink before you enter and then pay the entrance fee which I think its IDR 40 000. When you get there just give your slip to the waiter there and they`ll bring you your drink. There is a DJ that plays music there until the live band arrives. Its quiet a nice place to dance and relax and just enjoy the live music.
Dress Code: Casual will be just right.
Kuta is the centre for young people's partying and nightlife. The Skybar garden is a throbing thumping music den, currently being expanded, that offers various level of drinking, eating and social interaction.
From the top floor and balconies you can chill with a cocktail or cold beer, relax or dance to the music and watch the pretty little things floating around with smiles a mile wide.
Music blasts out into the early hours and crowds trail froom one venue to another, the Skybar being no different.
Small and beautiful, just as the girls that frequent the premises will welcome loney males looking for company, its the eyes and ears of Bali for someone looking for more than just a holiday.
Dress Code: Relaxed, casual, come as you want...
Ku De Ta is just a place to visit when you get around Bali. Whether you are a single traveler or in a group, it's just nice to have a cozy dinner & drink along the soaring waves.
Atmosphere is superb. Meals are quite expensive but this is a bit high-end so to speak. But every cent is actually worth it - so why not splurge once in a while and enjoy!
Sang Spa provide affordable massage with excellent services. I was in Ubud for three days and visit SANg Spa every evening for different body massage and manicure.
Do remember to call in advance to make your booking as they are very popular. We did a traditional Balinese massage for an hour and paid 70,000 RP on the 1st evening. The next day, I was eager for more massage and went for the Combination Massage which lasted for 1hr30 mins for 100,000 RP.
On the last day, I had my manicure done for 40,000 RP. Then I did a Combination massage and followed by a Body Mask (mud mask). Then I get to soak in a bathtub full of flowers. All these services for 130,000 RP for 2hrs.
They even drop us off at our hotel when we didn’t have any transport on the 1st night.