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Akasaka Bali Karaoke, Music Club & Restaurant


Located at the Simpang Enam roundabout in Teuku Umar Street, Akasaka Bali is a one-stop entertainment spot in Denpasar. It serves three functions; karaoke, music club, and dining and has four VIP rooms for up to 20 people, 14 VIP rooms for eight to ten people, and the seven standard rooms here will bring out the best in your karaoke talents. Its music club provides private balcony rooms and holds regular DJ gigs, dancing and fashion shows, as well special events every three months when Indonesian celebrities perform. Indonesian and Asian cuisine from its restaurant are at reasonable prices and can be ordered from the other two areas.

  • Opening Hours: Karaoke & Restaurant: 13:00 – 03:00, Music Club: 22:00 – 04:00
  • Location: Simpang Enam, Jalan Teuku Umar
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New Star Club


New Star’s resident DJs’ collections of funky house music mixed with progressive beats are guaranteed to keep you on the floor and dancing the night away. The club has a capacity of 1,000 people and guest DJ performances are scheduled once a month. The regular hot sexy hot dancers are a major attraction. New Star also features 16 karaoke rooms for six to ten people and one that can hold up to 20 people. Some rooms even have mini parlours before the karaoke area, two others have private balconies directly overlooking the hall, and several are separate from the main building. New Star, previously known as Nu Dewata, has a Balinese exterior with a futuristic interior.

  • Location: Jalan Gunung Soputan
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Pasar Senggol Kreneng


One night in Denpasar wouldn’t be complete without a visit to its most renowned night market, Pasar Senggol Kreneng. The busy and colourful market is side by side with Kreneng’s small terminal for public transportation, approximately three kilometres from the centre of the city. Apart from other commodities sold here, the night market is famous for its incredibly cheap and wide-ranging choice of street food. Smiling food vendors with their food carts sell mostly flavoursome Balinese food, although you can also try other specialties from different regions in Indonesia depending on your taste.

  • Opening Hours: 18:30 - late
  • Location: Jalan Kamboja
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Serambi Arts Antida


Serambi Arts Antida is an art space and a gathering venue for enthusiasts of arts and music. The place is dedicated to developing and promoting contemporary art and culture of the local communities in Bali, carried out regularly through various program highlights and initiatives. Serambi Arts Antida also aims to create a cultural space where contemporary Balinese arts can flourish and are enjoyed, nurturing and broadening the appreciation of these arts for audiences and participants from the whole community. As a place to enjoy and share creativity and art forms, the venue features a cafe on site serving good food and drinks, offering free wireless internet connectivity in relaxing surroundings.

  • Opening Hours: 11:00 – 23:00
  • Address: Jalan Waribang 32, Kesiman, Denpasar
  • Tel: +62 (0)361 286 725
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WBC Bali


Wahana Billiard Center Bali is a sport entertainment café located along famous Teuku Umar Street. It stands on a 1,100sqm large piece of land with high-standard billiard facilities as well amusing events. Its regular area holds 11 pool tables and the exclusive one has nine. There are two VIP rooms where you can play and watch movies on 42-inch plasma TV at the same time, or even sing karaoke. Live music is on Wednesdays and Fridays, while DJ performances are every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. WBC also serves Western, Oriental, and Indonesian cuisines.

  • Opening Hours: 10:00 – 02:00
  • Location: Jalan Teuku Umar no. 39
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