Bali: the beach club edition;

Hanging Gardens, Ubud

Bali is home to infinity pools. Here’s a list of some beach clubs I checked out & would highly recommend.

Cocoon, Seminyak 

What once overlooked the beach, now has some temporary huts blocking the beach view 😦 The thing I love about Cocoon is that you can walk in & use their pool at no cost. We did however have their freshly squeezed pineapple juice which was heavenly! Food from Cocoon is good too (from previous experience).

Finn’s Beach Club, Uluwatu

Finn’s Beach Club is situated on the most south point of Bali. On the top half of the complex, there’s two infinity pools & then to get down to the beach, there’s a 250k IDR entry (where 150k IDR is used as a food credit). Gorgeous spot, good food, incredible fresh juices & crystal clear ocean on the door step. Good spot for a late afternoon lunch.

El Kabron, Uluwatu

El Kabron was by FAR my favourite. They require a 300k IDR minimum spend on food/drinks but I would of happily paid that amount just to be there. It’s a spanish tapas restaurant but as I was having a super clean holiday, I just had a freshly squeezed watermelon juice (plus, I ate at Finn’s not long before!)

Best place to chill out & read!

Highly recommend this place in the late afternoon because it’s the perfect spot to watch the sunset. During the day, they have plenty of day beds with massive umbrellas for cover too.

Freshly squeezed mango juice. YUM

Potato Head, Seminyak

Another gorgeous infinity pool overlooking the beach! Not far from the centre of Seminyak, Potato Head has such a variety. There’s lounges up the front for sunset watching, there’s the restaurant, lawn area, pool bar or the day beds for ultimate relaxation. There’s a minimum spend of 500k IDR for the daybeds and a bit of a waiting list depending on what time you go but we got there at 3pm and only waited 30 minutes and then stayed for dinner which was heavenly.

Tanah Lot

Although not a beach club, Tanah Lot is definitely one not to be missed. I was hoping to go for the sunset but with some many epic sunset spots on my list, this one had to be a day trip. It’s approximately 35 minutes north of Seminyak by scooter and well worth the trip just to be somewhere with clean air.

Just looking at all these photos makes me want to go back! It helps that my next trip back is already booked though 😉


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