Here are 10 beach clubs in Bali including underrated gems with luxe infinity pools, ocean-inspired eats & even free entry

by Jermina

Picture this: You’re on holiday and lounging by the beach with a refreshing cocktail in hand whilst soaking in the stunning ocean views. 

See where I’m heading with this? 

If you can’t already guess, I’m talking about Bali which is a well-known travel destination because of its pristine waters, alluring sandy beaches, and amazing eats — it’s literally paradise on earth. 

Besides the ever-so-popular Finns Beach Club and Potato Head Beach Club, there are actually tons of other beach clubs worth paying a visit to. That being said, here are the 10 best beach clubs in Bali with luxe infinity pools, ocean-inspired eats and even free entry.

1. Luna Beach Club

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If you think you know everything about Bali’s beach clubs, guess again. 

Nestled along the coast of Tabanan, Luna Beach Club offers a unique spin to your traditional beach club experience. 

It boasts an eye-catching futuristic interior at Utopia Cave Club that seamlessly integrates with the lush nature alongside an infinity pool overlooking Nyani Beach.

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Your beach club experience won’t be complete without good fresh grub like the Margherita Pizza (S$9.28, IDR 110,000) or Wagyu Smashed Burger (S$11.80, IDR 140,000)

Besides that, they also offer immersive experiences like the Gardenia Tree Pods that are connected though climbing nets — it’s both a nature-filled playground for the little ones and a place for adults to relax during the day. 

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📍 Jl. Kayangan, Beraban, Kec. Kediri, Kabupaten Tabanan, Bali 82121, Indonesia 
🕐 12pm–12am (Daily)

2.Tropical Temptation Beach Club

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Immerse yourself in a relaxing getaway at Tropical Temptation Beach Club — a lavish bohemian-style beach club. 

The crystal-clear waters at Melasti Beach provides a serene escape from the hustle and bustle with plenty of delicious food and drinks options and daily live DJ performances.

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Can you say you visited a beach club in Bali without indulging in a cocktail or two? 

Get the signature Melasti Beach (S$12.65, IDR 150,000) which comprises white rum, orange liquor, and passionfruit essence. 

Alternatively, teetotallers can order the non-alcoholic Melasti Sunset (S$7.51, IDR 89,000) with orange juice, passion fruit, homemade hibiscus syrup, and lemonade. Regardless of whichever drink you get, you’ll find ‘em extra refreshing.  

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📍 Melasti Beach 88, Ungasan, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
🕐 10am–8pm (Mon to Thu), 10am–10pm (Fri to Sun)

3. Minoo Beach Club

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Looking for something more chill?

Minoo Beach Club is relatively quieter compared to the other beach clubs which is perfect for those who don’t want to scramble with others just for a seat  — best yet, it doesn’t have any entrance fee! 

Be it lazing by the pool, sun loungers or cabanas, all of the spots are equally comfortable and filled with good vibes

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They have a decent range of drinks from special gin and tonic to non-alcoholic drinks like juices, smoothies, and mocktails. 

When you’re done fueling up on drinks, simply head down to the 12-metre infinity pool that directly faces the Indian Ocean to catch front row seats overlooking impressive sunset views.

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📍 Jl. Pengayutan. Pantai Melasti, Ungasan, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia
🕐 10am–8pm (Daily)

4. Azul Beach Club

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Azul Beach Club is Bali’s first tiki bar boasting its own signature cocktails with handpicked local ingredients and premium rum. 

If you’re someone who enjoys visiting bars or speakeasies back home, this is one of the beach clubs in Bali worth dropping by. 

They’ve put their own unique Balinese spin to traditional Mai Tais and Mojitos like the Mai Tai 2.0 (IDR 120,000) — an island tradition made of rum, apricot brandy, almond syrup, and pineapple juice.

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📍 Jl. Padma No.2, Legian, Kec. Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
🕐 7am–11pm (Daily)

5. Suku Beach Club

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For those who are travelling with families, Suku Beach Club has a chic and laidback concept tucked away on Ceningan island. 

This place is known for its secret beach caves and rock pools that the little ones can explore and ideal surfing spots that you won’t be able to find back home. 

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Afterwards, feast on Tuna Tartare (S$7.16, IDR 85,000), a reliable combination of avocado mousse, coconut rempeyek (Indonesian crackers), and sambal. Wash it all down with the Espresso Martini (S$10.11, IDR 120,000) to end off the perfect getaway trip. 

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📍 Nusa Ceningan, Jl. Sarang Burung, Dusun Batu, Melawang, Kabupaten Klungkung, Bali 80771, Indonesia
🕐 8am–9pm (Daily)

6. Atlas Beach Club

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Embark on a quick getaway to Atlas Beach Club — one of the world’s biggest beach clubs in Bali with the longest bar and poolside in Southeast Asia. 

If you’re gonna spend the entire day here, why not go for the One Day Pass starting from (S$12.65, IDR 150,000)? It comprises a selected welcome drink and day pass to the big and spacious pools. 

This place is chock full of IG-worthy spots, exclusive loungers, and authentic cultural performances so you’ll never get bored. 

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📍 Jl. Pantai Berawa No.88, Canggu, Bali, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
🕐 10am–12am (Daily)

7. La Brisa Bali

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Nestled on the shores of Echo beach, La Brisa Bali has an extensive menu that caters to seafood lovers using sustainable and local produce. 

If you ever get bored, the weekly LYD Sunday Market is worth checking out. Unlike the other beach clubs, this wholesale market lets you shop from local farmers or businesses selling organic produce, baked goods, beauty products and more.  

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📍  Jl. Pantai Batu Mejan, Canggu, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
🕐 10am–11pm (Daily)

8. Sundays Beach Club

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Sundays Beach Club is probably one of the more unique beach clubs in Bali that I’ve heard of as you can take a cable car to get to the beach. 

Lively, fun, and playful, this place offers crystal-clear lagoons and complimentary water sports: kayak, snorkelling, and paddle boards. 

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Afterwards, soak up the seaside ambience while catching the latest blockbuster film at Sunset Cinema or relax by the sea with exclusive massage services every Sunday. 

Regardless of your age, there’s endless enjoyment for adults and kids alike.

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📍 Jl. Pantai Sel. Gau Banjar Wijaya Kusuma, Ungasan, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80362, Indonesia
🕐 9am–9pm (Daily) 

9. Mari Beach Club

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Just a few minutes away from Seminyak and Berawa, Mari Beach Club offers a unique “little Bali” experience that draws from local culture. 

Be invited to unwind and indulge in their wide array of food at the Terrace Lounge. This centrepiece weaves in natural woods and rattan so it seamlessly blends into the natural surroundings. 

Although it is less crowded than the other popular beach clubs, there are still a good variety of pools, bars, and food. 

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📍 Jl. Batu Belig No.66, Kerobokan Kelod, Kec. Kuta Utara, Bali, 80361, Indonesia 
🕐 12pm–10pm (Mon to Thu), 12pm–11pm (Fri to Sun)

10. Roosterfish Beach Club

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If you find yourself having some time to spare before going to the airport, Roosterfish Beach Club is less than an hour’s drive away. 

They have a specialised ocean-inspired menu where you can enjoy various seafood platters from S$33.78 (IDR 400,000) — a feast for your eyes and stomachs as it features items like smoked octopus, tiger prawn, oyster, pan-seared barramundi, and so much more. 

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And when you’re all fueled up, adults can enjoy the live music while kids participate in coral planting or a family foam party. 

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📍  Jl. Pantai Pandawa, Kutuh, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia 
🕐  8am–10pm (Daily)

Which beach club in Bali will you be visiting on your next vacay?

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