I dont know if I have enough space to write about all that SKYGARDEN has to offer! The single address on 61 Legian has multiple food, pub,club optins to choose from. Steak and eggs 9am at ESC? Delicious food and great atmosphere in the IRISH PUB with live music, and mulitple floors and music for everyones choice above! It appears to be continualy growing/morphing into the largest club in south asia. I overheard over 6700 customers last friday and almost 700 staff to cater to your needs and keep the place sparking clean. If your tired of the crowded streets and searching for a new destination for food and dance, you could litterally stay here a week and never repeat a meal or evening. I dare you to attempt it! Cheers n ice cold beers!
Dress Code: No dress code. Nudist need not apply, but may not be turned away...lol
The place "to be" will change nightly depending on what bar/lounge/club has a big DJ playing. I would definately ask some of the locals, or xpats that live there to find out what place has what going on. It changed all the time. Locals don't really go out and get going until about 11pm. You can expect a big club mix of DJ type music. the dance floor is normally packed on those nights.
The HUU bar was one of them. There is another one that has shuders all over the ceiling, don't recall the name but if you ask around about the club that has all of the window shudders on the ceiling you should be able to get the name. It is a cool place!
Dress Code: Dress - People in Seminyak do dress up for going out, short little dresses, edgey outfits but styling no matter what.
This is not a new bar & restaurant as such it is in a new location and has been extensivly renovated recently, it has probably the biggest bar in Sanur, which makes for a relaxing and not overcrowded feel even when it is really busy.
We enjoy sitting at the bar, watching the band playing, talking to visitors all in a really friendly atmoshpere, Mario the manager flits about making sure everyone is happy, and keeping tight control on customer service from the kitchen. we are usually there 3 or 4 times a week, although I am getting a bit old to stay the full length until they close, so I tend to be away by 11:00pm at the latest.
The front terrace is the place to eat, reasonalby spaced tables also give a feel of privacy, (unusual in a lot of restaurants) the food is really good, with local and international dishes, with the emphasis on Dutch food of course, I really enjoyed the Pea Soup !! what pea soup in Bali, surely thats a winter food, i hear you say, well yes but it was so unusual to see it on a menu, I just had to try it, delicious, I was disappointed with the Spagetti Bolog, and my favourite was Pork pieces with pine nuts in a creamy sauce, served with mashed potato, (also available with rice,chips etc) absolutly delicious and only Rp75,000.worth every rupee.
In the back of the bar area is a large lounge with sofa and soft furnishings, TV's and a few tables for eating, there are 2 full size pool tables with plenty of room to wave your stick about.
Cold beer is served on draught only (no bottles) with popular brands, "Bintang, Carlseberg, Heiniken,San Miguel" served cold, very good price for a bar of this style and quality (Rp 20,000 a glass) a large selection of cocktails and wines and spirits, slighly more expensive than other bars and restaurants in the arera, but still worth it just for the atmosphere.
There is a different band playing every night which is refreshing, so it's different music when you go back, FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHT is Salsa night, they have a great band playing, they have trainers who will teach you if you don't know how, I don't know how, and I don't particularly want to learn, but I love watching Yohana and Esty trying, giggling like little girls, but most importantly everyone having a great time.
If you find yourself in the area or close by it's well worth a trip, you won't be dissapointed
Open from 10:00am until 1:00am, it's usually pretty quiet until 8:00pm (which I like as well) the music starts around 9:00 until midnight.
SEE YOU THERE MAYBE
Dress Code: Casual but not Tatty;
vests/singlets/too short shorts or vulgar decorated shorts or vests not allowed in
no shirt, or bikini top with sarong around the waist for ladies not allowed in
I am sure you get the picture
Apaches has a great live music, you could even request songs too. It is a surfer bar & restaurant. Price is reasonable, the live music start about 9pm onwards.
Dress Code: No dress code required, so just enjoy and have fun!
I'm putting this under "Nightlife" because, even though they serve breakfast, lunch & dinner, I only drank here. Actually, their menu seems to have it all -- Greek, Thai, Indonesian, Australian, Italian, etc. There's even barbecue! In the drink area, you might want to try one of their arak cocktails! I personally was sticking to Bintang! Their bartenders, Gede & Nyoman, are quite friendly. When I mentioned that I'd just run out of saline solution for my contact lenses, they directed me to the apotek, Guardian, a few doors down from them. The restaurant/bar is open & a little more upscale than some surrounding places, but is Aussie owned & frequented.
Dress Code: Extremely casual.
Hu'u is impossibly hip (to use an old and somewhat outdated term). It is set within its own compound and has a large restaurant and bar area under a thatched roof that is open air on three sides. It overlooks a large swimming pool with dinner tables all around.
The bar slowly starts to get going around dinner time and then heats up later into the night. The music seems to pick up the pace as the night wears on.
You can order great appetizers or have a full dinner. I highly recommend Hu'u for a great dinner. The cocktail menu is amazing. My favorite drink is the lychee martini.
Hu'u isn't cheap by any stretch of the imagination. The prices are just slightly less expensive than Ku De Ta.
Dress Code: Casual to tropical upscale. You will see girls in anything from jeans to mini skirts to sundresses. Guys usually wear pants, but I have seen a lot of them in nice shorts, as well.
I have to find my photos of Hu'u to upload here.
Bugils is very popular with the local (and sometimes not so local) expat community, although they serve food as well as the usual alchoholic beverages to be found in most pubs, it is better known as a drinking place.
It is also quite popular with tourists who stay close by, but it is a little way out from the main area of Tuban and Kuta, which is adventageous as it doesn't get the young backpacker elements who frequent the bars and clubs in and around Poppies etc.
It is a relaxed friendly and lively place, with DJ's, Live Band (not too modern music) providing the entertainment a couple of nights per week, otherwise it is a great selection of piped music, from which you can request your favourite tune if you want.
Generally speaking it is a happy place that sometimes rocks, with reasonable food, a nice terrace area for those quieter moments.
There is something unusual about this place though
Every Monday during the month they have a special promotion where for 2 hours from 6:00pm to 8:00pm if you meet the reuirements you can dring as much beer as you like for FREE.
1st Monday in the month - Requirement is no hair on the head (Bald)
2nd Monday in the month - Requirement curly moustache, this doesn't have to be real, even painted on is ok
3rd Monday in the month - Requirement is wearing lipstick, even men if you are in need for free beer wear lipstick and it's ok
4th Monday in the month - Reqirement is wearing glasses, ordinary/sunglasses etc, as long as you wear threm when ordering your brre it's free.
Every Thursday is Ladies Night Buy one drink get one drink free, from 6:00pm until closing
Every Friday is Pressure Hour This is where from 6:00pm to 7:00pm you can drink as much beer as you like for free, the catch is that if anyone goes to the toilet during the pressure hour, answers a mobile phone, or leaves the premises, then Pressure Hour finishes for everybody, ans you all have to pay for what drinks you have had. But if the Pressure Hour is passed without anyone going to the toilet answering the phones or going outside, then the drinks are free.
Every Wednesday is Trivia Night, some easy some difficult and some downright impossible questions. Great fun and very stimulating at times. Winning team gets all drinks consumed during the quiz paid for.
All in all a really nice place to go and get away from the hustle and bustle of Kuta, meet friendly regulars and have a great night out.
Opening times 7 days a week 8:00am - 1:00am (or later if it's busy)
Dress Code: Dress code is casual, but not too casual,
For the Boys/Men No Shirt isn't allowed, but T.Shirts (as long as there isn't too offencive lettering) are OK. Shorts or trousers are OK
For the Girls/Women Just Bikini top and sarong isnt allowed, blouse/shirt skirt shorts or trousers are OK
No shoes isn't allowed, but open sandles or shoes are ok.
Basically smart but casual.
If you men are wondering
if you can meet a girl.....
well, it doesn't matter if you are fat,
you've got spew hanging out of your mouth
or whatever else,
there's some local lady here
who will be interested in you!
Umm, I was persuaded to go here by my significant other as someone that he'd met at a reggae bar wanted to go here. I am not at all someone who is even remotely interested in any of the clubs in Kuta, so I had a bad feeling, but... Yes, it was sad. Imagine being surrounded by a bunch of kids that barely look 21 busting their coolest moves to the super revved up dance tunes while Aussies, Euros & Americans in the midst of their mid-life crises ogle away. I can't comment on prices, as i wasn't paying for anything. Drinks weren't particularly strong, the ladies room was huge (nearly all toilets clogged) and music was uncool (to an American from the city). I wouldn't have danced here if you paid me! Boredom got the best of me & we left to party elsewhere with a more grown-up crowd.
Dress Code: Apparently, anything you think is cool.
The Engine Room is a small open aired nightclub with stages, tables and lounges at the back.
We sat at the front tables and watched the street and table top dancers. Staff would come up and take our orders. The drinks were large and cheap. Happy hour was at 11pm and included 2 for 1 deals!
The music was great, it was music you could get down and dance to. Overall everyone had such a good time we returned the next night.
Dress Code: Casual...its bali! Holiday wear!
In Kuta there is a street of clubs and bars. You do not have to pay to get into the clubs and nor is there a line at the front.
There are people everywhere all having fun and plenty of security in the area.
Kudeta in Seminyak has a few bars and dining areas on the beach. It opens for Breakfast and continues until the late DJ's.
It is a visual nightspot with lights and colours everywhere.We tried to booked dinner and it was fully booked however when we arrived for drinks at around 11pm the place was dead (perhaps the diners had left and the place gets busy later on?).
Drinks on the menu are about the same price as what you would pay in Australia ($15.00 per cocktail). We didn't stay as we were looking for a place to dance and with cheap drinks however the place looked like a nice place to llounge by the beach during the day. You can sunbathe around on their day beds.
Dress Code: Its bali...thongs acceptable
Klapa Club is a world class Resort Club and Leisure Center exclusively designed for those who wish to enjoy first-class entertainment. Featuring VIP entry and exclusive membership, Klapa Club will set a new standard in resort luxury, and overlooking the panorama of the Indian Ocean, Klapa Club is the focal point of New Kuta Beach.
Very soon, Klapa Club will be the hottest place for nightlife, private parties and other high-class entertainment.
It is a most unusual space, and one that is very appealing to the eye! Wooden tables and matching floors, is arranged within a wide glassed-in U shape. On the left of the entrance, up the steps from the massive fountain in the forecourt, is a most attractive bar with an accompanying very large and comfortable lounge area. The legs of the U straddle an oblong ground level pond-fountain, and face the backs of the elegant deck chairs that line the beach fringe.
However, ku de Ta is still excellent value for money....real class! A new dish of stuffed deboned quail is a show-stopper!
You’ve got the outfit, the tan, the energy and need to know where to go? If you like wathing the sunset, make your way down to one of the bars on Kuta beach for that exotic cocktail or ice cold beer. For serious night-lifers try some of the venues on jalan Dhyana Pura
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