If you love to sit and stare at the ocean, but hate all of the hassle that can come with a day at the beach like finding a place, renting day beds & the forever question of how to leave your things whilst you go for a dip - then beach clubs are the perfect thing for you. And luckily, Bali is boasting with options!
How it works:
Find a club thats in your desired location & book your date of arrival (if necessary, some will be ok to just show up on the day)
Pay an entrance fee per person or there will be a set minimum spend per person (which you can spend on food or drinks inside)
Once you're inside you have access to all the club's facilities which usually include a pool with great ocean views, comfortable day beds, sun loungers, dining areas, bathrooms, bar & restaurant
Most clubs will let you stay for the whole day - but do check this out
The one with the best decor
Retro South Beach vibes
The beach club in Bali that probably stands out the most with its decor, the club was opened in 2018 and despite its incredible warm service, instagram worthy facilities and great food, it tends to be less crowded that the older tourist attracting beach clubs like Potato Head or Sunday's.
Show up early and you should be ok without booking in advance. There's no entrance fee, but a minimum spend of 400K IDR per group is required. This will roughly get you two main's & 2 non-alcoholic drinks for your lunch. Which can be enjoyed from a wide variety of seating choices.
Here's the link to their website just in case you want to book your beach day in advance or check their menu!
Sandy Bay Beach Club, Nusa Lembongan
The one with the most private beach
If white sand beaches & turquoise water is what you're looking for & you happen to be spending a few days on the Nusa Islands, look no further.
The inside of this beach club in Bali will make you feel like you're on a Greek Island, but the vibe & direct access to a nearly private beach just in front of the pool screams south east asia!