10 Best Romantic Sunset Bars in Bali

Great Bars for Honeymooners in Bali

A romantic sunset in Bali can become a big part of your honeymoon or romantic escape on the island. These great bars let you enjoy it hand in hand, and with a creatively mixed bubbly cocktail to sip on. Bali has a great collection of bars that make good use of theatrical settings, from seaside locations to stunning rooftops, which can serve you soaring views.

Here we’ve gathered a shortlist of the island’s great sunset bars, where signature cocktails, often developed by some of the world’s most famous mixologists, are prepared by skilful bartenders. Bali’s sunsets add that finishing magical touch to prepare you for a wonderful evening.

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    Rock Bar at AYANA

    The Rock Bar at the AYANA Resort and Spa is one of Bali’s most iconic bars, uniquely set at the base of a secluded limestone cliff. Dramatic sunsets are taken in with signature cocktails from the bar, such as the favourite ‘Spa on the Rock’ – a blend of vodka, blackcurrant liqueur, blueberry, cranberry juice and brown sugar, for only IDR 175,000 (around USD 13). A Bintang costs IDR 100,000 (USD 7.50). Exceptional views also come with moods set by its resident music director, and with world-class international DJs in a regular line-up. Its open-top platform is seamlessly built onto the natural rock formation. With ambient lighting from around the bar, shades at sunset, and traditional fishing boat lanterns over the seascape adding to the dramatic appeals, the Rock Bar is perfect for couples. Read More...

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    To sip cocktails created by one of the world’s leading cocktail authorities – mixologist Javier de las Muelas – head down to Sundara. Favs include Jim-Let Fox-Trot, a blend of gin, lime cordial and tonic water, at IDR 170,000 (USD 12.50). Twists on classics, similarly priced, include the Paloma of Sundara, with tequila, grapefruit honey soda and lemon juice. The signature beach club and luxury bar at the Four Seasons Resort in Jimbaran overlooks the southernmost curve of the bay. The venue’s design blends in well with the bay’s settings, with its blue infinity pool and tree-shaded daybeds. The dedicated bar and alfresco area has spaces just for couples looking for intimacy. Inside, floor-to-ceiling windows fully open to provide broad views of the bay and gentle sea breezes. Resident DJs help set relaxed moods most evenings. Read More...

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    Finn’s Beach Club

    The magnificent all-bamboo bar setting adjacent to a blue-tiled freeform infinity pool makes Finn’s Beach Club on Canggu’s Berawa Beach a standout spot in the area. You can choose to stay in the cosy indoors, with views out to the Berawa surf, our out on the poolside, with wider ocean views and breezes. For sunset lovers – and romantics – it is one of the best lounging spots in Canggu for memorable sun-downing moments. When you’re not chilling out on their single or double parasol-shaded daybeds, you can hit the 30m infinity edge pool, order up your drink from a swim-up bar, and enjoy cool tunes fed through underwater speakers. From the bar are Finn’s special creations, such as a strawberry balsamic crush with vodka, balsamic vinegar, strawberry and lime juice, at IDR 120,000 (USD 9). Read More...

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    Ku De Ta

    Ku De Ta

    As one of Bali’s nightlife institutions, Ku De Ta has much to offer, particularly for those seeking romance. The upscale seaside venue comprises a restaurant, a bar, a centrepiece sunset lawn bordering the beachfront (where all special events take place), and a special private loft for secluded VIP-style moments. Its main restaurant offers ‘French bistro-esque’ features, with many different cosy corners to sink into. The bar serves signature tropical Ku De Ta creations, such as a coconut strawberry daiquiri, made using rum, strawberry, coconut pandan milk, sugar and lime (IDR 135,000 or around USD 10). Ku De Ta is also home to Mejekawi, a modern restaurant offering locally-influenced haute cuisine, with intimate settings for two. It has its own in-house international DJ team, which compiles its own series of compilation albums. Read More...

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    Double-Six Rooftop is one of the signature venues at the Double-Six Luxury Hotel in Seminyak. It carries the legendary name of the once lively club that became a Legian and Seminyak icon through the turn of the millennium. Now, this fine-dining spot serves an upmarket crowd, with its sunset lounging options offering spectacular 180-degree views over Seminyak’s coastline and sunsets. Creative cocktails are brought to your table from the bar, and include refreshing selections such as Salvador Sling (IDR 140,000 or around USD 10.50), a delightful blend made with gold rum, Crème de Mure, ginger liqueur, fresh lime juice, pineapple juice and angostura bitter. The bar’s edge has round lounge pods with cushions and pillows that comfortably seat up to nine, set within a shallow, awning-covered freeform pool. They’re also great for two. Cool jazzy playlists complement the elegant but laidback ambiance, and live gigs are held weekly. Read More...

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    Potato Head Beach Club Bali

    As one of the most happening chill-out venues in Seminyak, the Potato Head Beach Club also offers something special for couples. Its beachfront bar and flat 500sqm lawn, flanked by an infinity pool, is all within the grounds of this venue’s amphitheatre-like layout. Occasional bar tables and setups are arranged around the infinity pool, and the sandy coast is just a few steps down from the pool, so you can ‘escape’ together for a more private romantic sunset moment. The main Potato Head bar and bistro serves pastas and grills, together with a selection of cocktails like the Japanese-inspired take on the classic Bloody Mary (IDR 130,000 or around USD 10), which comes with all the trimmings on a tray. On the upper floor, there’s a fine-dining restaurant serving haute cuisine. Read More...

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    Moonlite Kitchen and Bar

    For a great semi-rooftop spot in Seminyak to dine and lounge with high views over surf and sunsets, head down to the Anantara Seminyak Bali. Moonlite Kitchen and Bar, located on the fifth-floor rooftop of the resort, is a stylish venue that welcomes you with many options: go for the seating in the main timber-decked space around the edge or under its slanted glass roof for the best views, or head to its well-stocked bar and lounge further in for different vibes. Great signature creations include MoonLite Calamansi (IDR 125,000 or around USD 9.35), which is a super refreshing summer drink made of vodka and freshly pressed calamansi citrus, served long on ice. Read More...

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    H8S at The Akmani Legian

    Right on the rooftop of the Akmani Legian, H8S Rooftop Pool Bar & Lounge (formerly Vertical Point) is a great spot to head up to and escape the busy traffic scene of Downtown Legian. It’s also a great alternative spot to get to in time to catch Bali’s gorgeous sunsets. The best thing is that this venue is a Jacuzzi bar, which lets you soak in a tub as you enjoy your fresh and delicious cocktail or icy bottle of beer. The bar area is covered in wooden decking, as well as water features and ample greenery, and there is a large dip pool in addition to a well-stocked bar. Read More...

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    Chiringuito El Kabron

    Chiringuito El Kabron serves authentic Mediterranean cuisine and a great selection of signature cocktails with a laid-back cliff-top setting in Pecatu. With a freeform infinity pool as its centrepiece, and a borderless edge overlooking some of Bali’s favourite surf breaks, El Kabron adds to options for chilling out to awesome sunsets, far away from south Bali’s crowds. A slightly arched doorway leads you into the ocean-facing courtyard, where blue beanbags dot real beach sand that is spread around the white stone pool. The result is a surreal ‘floating’ seaside scene, with Ibiza-style vibes and chill-out beats. Music is channelled from playlists, while regular live bands and guest DJs also frequent the scene. Read More...

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    Cocoon Beach Club

    This striking venue on the corner of Jalan Double Six has an inviting blue centrepiece pool surrounded by white sun loungers, visible from the street side. A cool pool retreat with sea views and embroidered traditional Balinese parasols by day, Cocoon serves Asian fusion and Mediterranean cuisine and offers a great chill-out scene, with innovative cocktails to match Seminyak’s sunsets. Among its champagne and wine cocktails are Cocoon Royale and Just Keep Swimming, both of which include combinations of real fruits and vodka (each at IDR 125,000 or around USD 9.35). For romantic early evenings, get cosy on the sunset roof terrace. This large round platform has tables for two bordering its edge, and you can sink into cosy sofas in the centre, laid out in a crescent under a sparsely arranged timberwork canopy that serves as a shelter and an artistic skylight. Read More...

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