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- Bali's real nightlife starts after midnight
- Rooftop Lounges and Bars are gaining ground
- Kuta - for the party animals
- Seminyak for stylish clubbing
- Every day is good to go out, Fridays and Saturdays really happening
- Some 5 star Hotel Bars & Clubs are very popular
- Going out alone is no problem
- Don't drink and drive (also not a scooter!)
- 100% NO DRUGS!
- Bali is generally a peaceful place, let's respect that
- Single girls are safe but stay alert and choose good company (particularly in Kuta area)
- Guys! Put on a T-Shirt!.
- Watch out for Happy Hours and Special Events
Bali Loves the Night
Bali has long been a center for clubbing and going out at night. Nearly half a century ago, the island was a popular stop for hippies and surfers, and its relaxed and tolerant culture has allowed a thriving party scene to grow over the decades. Its relative proximity to Australia, Japan, Singapore and the continous stream of visitors from those countries turned Bali into a world-class destination for nightlife.
Bali has no enforced opening and closing times for clubs and discos allowing them to stay open till late, with the music sometimes still playing at sunrise. Although the real parties and action happens after midnight, going out might start early, with happy hours available in many restaurants, bars, and clubs, and sunset drinks are a daily pastime, whether in a luxurious beachside lounge in Seminyak or on a bench by the waves in Kuta.
Bali's South - Kuta or Seminyak?
Bali nightlife is diverse, yet certain types of crowds, venues, and music are found more in specific areas.
Kuta tends to pull in a younger, wilder crowd with megaclubs, ultra-cheap drinks, and a musical focus on reggae, top 40, R&B, and mainstream dance music, while Seminyak typically attracts a hipper, more refined group of clubbers. Here, also most expatriates hang out. The focus is on beautiful venues with top of the line sound systems and international DJs playing house, techno, dubstep, and other cutting edge sounds. Drinks are of a higher quality, often made by the most skilled bartenders with imported ingredients. Make no mistake though, Seminyak’s clubs can get as wild as they come.
New hot spots often pop up and then shut down as soon as they get popular. Some of Bali’s clubs are rowdy and wild, some are hip and contemporary, and other more elegant and sophisticated. These can all be sampled in one night by simply grabbing a taxi and club-hopping.
Some mega clubs have made things easier for those who don’t want to travel by offering restaurants, bars, and multiple dance floors with different music styles, all under one roof.
Live music is available in Kuta, Sanur, and Denpasar, and tends to draw also a local crowd. Cover bands are common, as is karaoke, and the scene is more about drinking and meeting someone new than all-night dancing. When all of the clubs and bars shut down, clubbers can keep going at a number of afterhours spots or at one of the late-night restaurants or street food centers that cater to the night owl. Alternatively they may prepare for bed.
Playing it Safe on Bali - Crime on Bali
Bali's crime rate is low considering that around 4 million foreign tourists hit the island every year from abroad and 8mio more come from the surrounding Indonesian islands. Bali is not Brasil, Mexico, or L.A. - But crime does indeed exist. There is theft, murder and rape like in any other country in the world. These crimes are committed by Balinese, Javanese, Australians...from people from all over the world. And law enforcement is not what one would like to see and expect when one is in trouble. Money rules, and money talks everywhere, where alcohol, drugs and prostitution create this crazy mixture that attracts a certain crowd (mainly in Kuta).
Most crimes happen in the Kuta area where very very drunk youngsters who have lost the grip on things can become easy targets. Stay away from drugs and excessive drinking. Bali is a peaceful place, but going "down that road" in Bali increases the chances drastically to end up mugged, hurt or in deep trouble. And suddenly Bali can show a side that is far off paradise.