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The 11 Best Beach Clubs in Bali in 2024 (+ Map)

Welcome to the island of the Gods, Bali. Known for its pristine rice terraces, volcanoes, and waterfalls, Bali is one of the world’s most beautiful and iconic islands. Spend your way scooting around the island, visiting temples, or relaxing in the many beach clubs in Bali.

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I’ve whittled down the best beach clubs in Bali that are perfect for partying, relaxing, and visiting with friends and family. You can expect luxury settings, plush lounge chairs, and fantastic Balinese hospitality. 

Explore the beach clubs in Uluwatu, Canggu, and beyond for the ultimate beach club in Bali experience and make sure to add it to your Bali itinerary.

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The Best Beach Clubs in Bali

  • Finns Beach Club – high octane energy, pool parties, and world-class DJs.
  • Sundays Beach Club – bonfires, sunsets, and relaxed vibes.
  • Palmilla Bali Beach Club – family-friendly, stunning, and influencer favorite.
  • Potato Head Beach Club – inner creative is released.
  • Roosterfish Beach Club – family-friendly Bali beach club.

1. Sundays Beach Club

There are not many beach clubs in Bali in which you need to access it by a small inclinator (a type of cable car), but Sundays Beach Club happens to be one of them. Which is a blessing as it’s a steep descent down to the beach.

As you ride down the inclinator you are greeted by one of the most fantastic beach clubs in Bali – a wide empty beach, lush green vegetation, and soaring cliffs make Sundays Beach Club feel private and miles away from the hustle and bustle of Canggu or Seminyak. (And maybe a sneaky monkey or two.)

Spend your afternoon in one of the bean bags in Sundays Beach Club, or reserve your own private VIP Bungalow that enjoys uninterrupted views and butler service. Throughout the day dine on woodfired pizzas, chilled watermelon salads, rotisserie chicken, and the scrumptious Sunday’s Sundae. 

Depending on the tide, the level of ability either increases in the afternoon or you’ll find limited seating in Sundays Beach Club. During my visit, I started off the day in row 1 and by the end of the day, an additional 3 rows had been placed in front of me as the tide rolled out.

Don’t skip on their Tangerine and Passion Mojito, a thirst quencher in the hot Bali sun. When you’ve had your fill of food and drinks, head out to the crystal clear water, grab a stand-up paddle board, snorkel, or kayak, and explore the waters of Bali. 

As evening descends, grab a beanbag and head to the daily sunset bonfire, toast some marshmallows and enjoy the live music — an unbeatable Bali beach club experience. 

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For a more detailed report, read my full review of Sundays Beach Club here.

Entrance fee: 650K IDR per person (can be used as credit towards beverages and food).

Website: Sundays Beach Club 

Location: Jl. Pantai Sel. Gau Banjar Wijaya Kusuma, Ungasan, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80362, Indonesia

2. Finns Beach Club

Arguably the most famous beach club in Bali, Finns Beach Club is where anyone looking for epic parties and world-famous DJs needs to go to when visiting Bali. 

The parties and events held in Finn’s Beach Club are so legendary that you can expect to see world-class musicians such as Diplo and Jason Derulo headline events throughout the year. With 4 pools and 9 bars to choose from, this is the best day-to-night beach club in Bali. 

Bookings are recommended for sun loungers, and for ticketed events such as New Year’s Eve, you will need to book months in advance. 

With a Happy Hour between 7-9 PM, watch the sunset from the sunset lounge and indulge in their buy-1-get-1-free offer. Its location is perfect for those based in Seminyak, Canggu, and Kuta, it’s easy to hop onto a Grab bike and get there. 

Finns Beach Club self-proclaims that it’s the best beach club in the world, and it definitely gives beach clubs in Mykonos and Ibiza a run for their money. 

Party animals and those looking for the ultimate social experience will adore Finns Beach Club. Whether you’re alone or with friends, you’ll finish the night with new acquaintances. 

Location: Jl. Pantai Berawa No.99, Canggu, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
Website: Finns Beach Club

3. Azul Beach Club Bali

One reason alone to head to Azul Beach Club Bali is to sample some of their incredible cocktails. Each cocktail has hand-crafted and custom glassware from which to drink. The Tiki cocktails alone are worthy of a visit – make sure to sample the Vacation in a Glass

The Tiki Bar in Azul Beach Club is one of the reasons to visit, but you’ll also find a stunning infinity pool with outrageous views and an open-air restaurant. 

Expect to find themed events throughout the year including foam parties, New Years’ Eve celebrations, and chilled sunset sessions. Spend your afternoon by the long infinity pool, or dip your toes in the waters of Legian Beach. 

The open-air restaurant offers a cooling respite from the humid Bali weather. Cool off with the sea breeze, watch a storm roll in and order some fresh crab dishes and local Balinese specialties. 

Location: Jl. Padma No.2, Legian, Kec. Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
Website: Azul Beach Club Bali

4. Palmilla Bali Beach Club

There is a reason why all the influencers in Canggu gravitate towards Palmilla Bali Beach Club. The stunning backdrop of the dramatic rock face that looms over the beach club creates an incredible background. Coupled with one of the sexiest pools that we’ve seen in quite some time, Palmilla Bali Beach Club is the real deal. 

Perch on a swing at the bar, order a cocktail, and watch the world go by. This is the ultimate Bali beach club to relax and zen out. Work on your tan, catch up on social media, and post some of the most perfect Bali scenery to your Instagram. 

Location: Ungasan, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia

5. Potato Head Beach Club

Potato Head Beach Club is another iconic beach club in Bali where you’ll find the creatives that made Bali their home. You don’t need to be a budding artist or nomad to appreciate the splendor of Potato Head. All are welcome. 

Join a yoga session as the sunrises or as the moon sets. Browse the library. Indulge in a feast or imbibe a frozen cocktail. Lounge by the pool and soak up the atmosphere. This is Bali at its most ambitious, energetic, and unapologetic. A must for those in Seminyak.  

Location: Petitenget St No.51B, Seminyak, Kuta Utara, Badung Regency, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Website: Potato Head Beach Club

6. Karma Beach Club

On Bukit Pennisula in order to access the beaches below, you’ll either have to walk down many flights of stairs, or you can take Karma Beach Club’s inclinator which deposits you at the base of the cliff and on a private beach. 

Karma Beach is the perfect place to chill out and relax in, with fantastic views, white sands and chilled out vibes. The bungalows that overlook the beach club and open sea are breathtaking as you make your way down to the beach club. 

Spend the afternoon topping up your tan, or enjoying kayaking around the beach and cliffs of Bukit. Spend the afternoon enjoying delicious cocktails and freshly caught fish dishes. 

In the evenings, savor the sunset and relax on the beach as Karma Beach Club sets up Monday Night Movies on the beach. With an enormous screen, the sounds of the waves, and an excellent movie, what better place to spend a Monday night than Karma Beach Club. 

Location: Karma Kandara Bali, Jalan Villa Kandara, Ungasan, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80362, Indonesia

Website: Karma Beach Club

7. Mari Beach Club

  • Pool Parties. Check. 
  • World-class stage & DJ booth. Check.
  • Epic Sunsets. Check.

Mari Beach Club may not have the best section of the beach, but what it lacks in white sand, it makes up for in stiff competition from other beach clubs in Bali. 

Featuring an enormous river-shaped infinity pool, ample space for sun loungers, and seating. You can spend your day by the pool and vibing to the sets played by the DJ. It also happens to be another great choice for anyone looking for a day-to-night beach club experience. 

Mari Beach Club gives us Tulum vibes and we are here for it. The kitchen blends Japanese techniques with Mediterranean dishes and flavors. The food tastes as good as it sounds. It may not have the eclectic manic-ness of Finns, but it does have a certain aura about it that we just love. 

Location: Jl. Batu Belig No.66, Kerobokan Kelod, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Website: Mari Beach Club

8. Roosterfish Beach Club

Roosterfish Beach Club is one of the more family-friendly beach clubs in Bali. It doesn’t mean that its all kid’s clubs and Barney, but it does mean that Roosterfish are welcoming to families. 

Roosterfish Beach Club is one of the Bali beach clubs that makes us feel like we can wear our hair down and let it all hang out. In a metaphorical sense. What we really mean is that we can relax at Roosterfish. 

Enjoy a sunset DJ session each day, after swimming in one of the loveliest beaches in South Bali, Pandawa Beach. Featuring a large swimming pool, lounge chairs, and bean bags, it’s easy to spend the day here bopping to the music and catching up with friends. 

Enjoy poolside snacks and a great selection of wine, beers, and of course cocktails. 

Location: Jl. Pantai Pandawa, Kutuh, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Website: Roosterfish Beach Club

9. Tropical Temptation Beach Club

Probably one of the most striking things about Tropical Temptation Beach Club is its terrible name. Ok, the second most striking thing about TT Beach Club is its incredible infinity pool. 

The infinity pool is one of the most breathtakingly designed pools in Bali. With two intersecting pools, you can admire the superb views from its edge. That is if you’re not covered in foam from one of their legendary pool parties. 

There are several places to reserve seating (which we recommend doing in advance), but our favorite spots are the hammock and the lagoon day bed. Make sure to order the Melasti Ocean mocktail – a perfect thirst quencher. The Bubble Gum Club is an alcoholic delight and far too drinkable. 

With its location on Melasti Beach, make sure to check its calendar for events of foam parties, DJ sets, and much more. 

Location: Melasti Beach 88, Ungasan, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Website: TT Beach Club 

Whatsapp: +62 813-3875-4047

10. La Brisa Bali

The OG Instagrammer hangout for sunset watching and meeting up with new friends, La Brisa Bali has long been a firm favorite.

It has all the makings of a perfect beach bar. Reclaimed wood, fishing boats, lanterns, and a jungle-like feel encapsulate all the things that we love about Bali. Its location on Echo Beach in Canggu has cemented the community of Digital Nomads that have made this part of Bali their home. 

With events throughout the week, La Brisa is a great place to pop down to on a Sunday when an organic Farmers Market sets up selling local produce and goods from foreigners and Balinese growers and producers. 

I’ve included it in the list of places to visit because it’s one of those places to experience a fantastic Bali sunset and the magic of this incredible island in a single place. 

Location: Jl. Pantai Batu Mejan, Canggu, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
Website: La Brisa Bali

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Whether you’ve made Bali your home and need a break from the coworking spaces, or you’ve just arrived for a surfing class, there are so many excellent reasons to visit Bali’s amazing beach clubs.

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    1. Hi Alisha!

      A lot of the beach clubs in Bali, especially on the weekends (Sundays) usually have some sort of family day. I would check out Potato Head or La Brisa, as they both have shallow pools and lots of areas to run around and let off steam.

  1. We love Potato Head and have been visiting since 2012! It has definitely got busier but still a favourite for us. Next month we are finally visiting La Brisa, can’t wait

    1. Good to know Kate! Thanks for the update! I hear La Brisa can be quite busy these days too…

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