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Kuta is the Australian answer to Magaluf – boozy, brash and thumping with all-night beats. We’re talking hangovers and hordes of bar-crawling Aussies.
This is Bali’s place to party until dawn, pass out on the beach, pick yourself up and do it all again. It isn’t the backdrop for Bali’s classiest nightlife, but if you’re young, single and looking for a blowout, you’ll have a blast.
Packed with hip beach lounges, exclusive clubs and rooftop bars, Seminyak is the place to party with the beautiful people. It’s where the young and affluent sip craft cocktails in designer bikinis under beach parasols by day, and dress to seriously impress by night.
If you’re staying in Seminyak, your nights out in Bali won’t come cheap, but you can hang out in celebrity hotspots, munch top-class meals cooked by celebrated chefs and soak your hangover away in the spa.
Ubud is all about cultural entertainment in Bali. A hub of healthy living filled with sun-saluting yogis, you’re more likely to be knocking back wheatgrass juice than tequila round here.
A sedate party scene does exist, but you’re better off sticking to the traditional Bali nightlife, watching Kecak dance performances, taking cookery classes and listening to Gamelan music. Hit the hay early in order to explore the surrounding rice terraces and save your big nights out in Bali for the beaches.
Jimbaran is hands down the best spot to soak up Bali’s natural entertainment – the sunset. But Jimbaran’s nightlife doesn’t fizzle out with the sun.
Ramshackle warungs (small family-owned shops, restaurants or cafes) keep their seafood grills sizzling late into the evening, Balinese bamboo orchestras strike up on the sand and the vibe is breezy, barefoot chill. Jimbaran is also home to some of Bali’s most striking, sophisticated rooftop bars, meaning you can enjoy the best of both worlds while you’re here.