the meals is the same compared to another hard rock cafe, in example like in jakarta. but situated nearby the beach make a different atmosphere. they have balcony that facing to the beach. and another unique thing i found in their merchandise shop; city tee-shirt! i have hard rock cafe city tee-shirt balinese barong and rangda theme. this one became one of my fave tee-shirt at home :)
Dress Code: casual
Hard Rock Cafe , landmark of Kuta, looks innocently seated opposite the Kuta Beach. When night falls, it's where the action is. They have bands playing and a favourite hang out place for yuppies
Dress Code: Casual
while there are many pubs strewn around Kuta, the one I remembered well must be the Kuta Hard Rock Cafe. it certainly is the place to go to if you like people watching as there are huge croweds every night. the name fame helps to draw in the crowds indeed. the Hard Rock Hotel is situated right opposite the club. i heard it's bloody expensive though i heard.
Dress Code: smart casual...your party clothes
Centerstage at the Hard Rock Hotel had an Indonesian band called Silout so we checked out that scene at around midnight.
Great Rock songs.
There was no cover charge at Centerstage although drink prices were steep (30,000rp for a small Bintang).
Kamasutra is a bigger nightclub than Hardrock. The building and waiters & waitresses were dressed Indian style...
The dance floor was big and Live music starts from 11pm. Nightlife in Bali started very late. The crowd only began at 12pm.... and ends at 4am
Expect to pay 75,000 rupiah for first drink which acts as cover charge
A lot of people watching, dancing and drinking, it is quite cheap for a drink her - at least compared with other pubs - 10000 Rupiah for a beer (Bintang), Indonesian beer tastes perfekt, it is 5% of alcohol. Foreign alcohol like whisky or vodka are very expensive, bring some bottles before you go to Bali (Taxfree?)
Dress Code: As you are
Its really full! People standing out of the place while holding their beers. Narrow dancefloor with a wide-wild desire to dance. Sooo hot! Top 40 music by the dj, and girls here are many! Not beautiful one, for me :), though its exotic. Well, at least it's female! No offend please.
Dress Code: Be free as you wanna be
Obviously it is a gay bar, though it written it is not only for gay. Its getting up after midnight and getting very crowded then, especially on weekend. and after 1am, there are some show, not really strip tease. Playback singing show, with a sexy fatgirl :)) and then another boys stripping. It is a funny show i guess. But soon after shows over, I leave..
Dress Code: trendy, ooh maybe just be yourself then
After enjoying the beach, this place is one of my fave to visit when nothing to do in Kuta area. It is free, i mean sure, ya buy your first drink --any knd of drinks will do, and you can enjoy the live top 40 music here. Enjoy it evening time, before midnite.
Dress Code: It is Bali, so youre free! But i suggest to dress a bit catchy if ya want others eyes on you :)
Peanuts?! Sari's? I don't know... I didn't go to these clubs THIS trip. But I LIVED in them 'back in the day' -- when I visited 11 years ago and was young, single and stupid! Had a blast! PHOTO: Me 11 years ago proudly displaying a drink item menu card named in my honor. As a bartender, this is a drink that I happened to create, the bar liked it, and thus began to serving it to guests. Called: 'Patty's Passion!' Sigh....
You get to get drunk, meet Aussies who NEVER seem to get drunk, and make a fool of yourself, and blame it on the BOOZE!!! ; ) Don't mind the Kuta Cowboys!!!
Other Contact: GO on PUB CRAWLS if you are TRULY THIRSTY.
Dress Code: Dress to Impress?! Dress to UNDRESS?! The least the better appears to be the trend among the younger crowd...
Night life as commonly known in the West also exists in Kuta. The cafes, pubs, and discotheques, the streets of Kuta and Legian are definitely the place to be visited and to be seen
Dress Code: Casual
Top 40 Music, and as other Hard Rock Cafe.
I'd like to give a visit to any Hard Rock in town, at least once.
Dress Code: Bali! (Is it ring a bell?) Ok, i would suggest casual trendy. Anything will do, though