What to do at night in Bali
Bali's vibrant nightlife scene offers something for everyone, with an array of options to suit different tastes, budgets, and preferences. Whether you prefer relaxing at beach clubs, sipping cocktails, or shopping local foods and authentic handicrafts , Bali has it all.
As you arrive you will be greeted by the magisterial sight of our ‘Colosseum’, a towering elliptical façade of mismatched 18th century teak window shutters collected from across the Indonesian archipelago. You will discover the Beach Club’s 500-square meter lawn, two bars, two restaurants and the infinity pool with views to the sparkling Indian Ocean beyond. Whether it’s in the infinity pool, on a daybed, under the shade of swaying palms, or at restaurants, you are invited to swim, eat, sip and relax any way you like.
This Bali’s newest and biggest beach club is also home to music festivals, beach parties, and many trendy restaurants. Go early to soak up the sun in comfy sun lounges, have a happy hour drink then start to dance after it gets dark.
Sanur Night Market is, in fact, the nightly transformation of the traditional Sindhu market where most of the locals and Sanur residents source their daily necessities, ritual items, and morning groceries. By night, usually around 6pm, it provides a sensory experience with its local food stalls opening up and meals on wheels rolling in before cooking up anything from lamb satay to fried rice at very local prices – great for budget travellers.
Locally called Pasar Seni Desa Adat Kuta (Art Market of the Kuta Traditional Village), the market has 6 main shophouses and a long building with many stalls. The shops sell a wide range of typical Bali souvenirs such as surfboard fridge magnets, keychains, beer holders, sandals, Bali print T-shirts and colourful sarongs and fabrics. Kuta Art Market has rows of modern shops and international brands selling mostly beachwear and tropical-themed clothes.