10 Best Party Places for New Year's Eve in Bali

Where to Celebrate New Year's Eve in Bali

Celebrate the New Year in Bali at these great beach clubs, nightclubs, bars and rooftops. These places allow you to ring in the new year in different ways. You can party hard until the countdown begins, and even stay on late at most beach clubs. Take your pick from live entertainment with bands and international guest DJs, all geared up to party hard on the last evening of the year and into the first morning of the year.
You can also simply enjoy the special offerings of your hotel. Many have great gala dinners for you to enjoy as part of your stay. You can expect fireworks at the New Year countdown on most beachfronts of Bali’s five-star hotels, together with champagne and good food. Whether you’re with kids in tow, as a circle of friends or going solo, there’s a place to suit everyone planning to celebrate the New Year in Bali.

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    Ku De Ta is known for its fantastic Seminyak beachfront location, with plenty of cabanas and chairs to claim if you come early enough. New Year parties at Ku De Ta usually have quirky themes such as ‘roaring twenties’ and ‘glitter club’ which all require you to dress up and come in your best themed outfits. Parties start at around 18:00, sunset time, with the venue readily set up with funky decorations and meticulous props in line with the theme, with international performing bands and DJs keeping spirits high towards the NYE countdown. Read More...

    This is Ayana Resort’s standout signature destination dining and chill-out venue. Rock Bar is often a bucket list of many a visitor to Bali, owing to its spectacular setting. The bar is literally set on limestone rocks under the resort’s private and secluded cliff, overlooking the waves of the open Indian Ocean. It's a great New Year's spot for a chilled-out evening of lounge house, low lights and a romantic vibe. The resort’s ‘festive seasun’ program culminates in a New Year eve countdown party at the Rock Bar. There will be fireworks at midnight. Read More...

    The Potato Head Beach Club in Seminyak is a great spot for people who want to dance into the new year. You can expect a collection of famous DJs to headline their ‘Tribe: New Year Eve’ event, but their organisers usually like to keep the suspense up and won’t disclose the name of the acts. Grammy-nominated electronic digital musicians who are no strangers to the beach club are often invited back for amazing sets for their year-end blowouts. Read More...

    New Year Eve celebrations at Cocoon Beach Club usually feature wild pool parties, and you can choose from various packages that entitle you to dinners, VIP daybeds or restaurant deck lounges with full bottle services. International guest DJs frequently headline their ‘Splash’ and ‘Bounce’ pool parties, while you can expect their ‘New Year Eve Vivid’ parties to be just as fun. Among its guest performers is Italian House DJ and percussionist Alex Guesta. Bottom line is, Cocoon tries to liven up its covered outdoor setup, deck and main pool area with beats you can dance to, whether you want to take a dip in the pool or not. Read More...

    This expansive 1,700sqm luxurious rooftop space attracts an upmarket crowd. You can lounge away while taking in spectacular 180-degree views over Seminyak’s coastline while enjoying creative cocktail selections. The bar’s edge is one of its most coveted spaces, offering the very best views over the Seminyak seascape. There are lounge pods with cushions and pillows that comfortably seat up to nine, set within a shallow, awning-covered freeform pool. New Year’s Eve has always been a highlight at the venue’s Rooftop Sunset Bar, when you can sip and party away the last sunset of the year at the largest rooftop in Bali. Read More...

    The Sky Dome Super Club is part of the 61 Legian Entertainment Complex, the main nightlife hotspot in Legian. The club is where many partygoers go after arriving earlier in the evening to fuel up with their coveted all-you-can-eat buffets and Bintang beers at the famous Sky Garden Rooftop Lounge. With it being listed among the ‘Top 100 Clubs’, Sky Dome is sure to be a go-to clubbing scene around New Year’s Eve. It’s hosted some of the world’s best performers, such as Afrojack, Steve Aoki, Blasterjaxx, Diego Miranda and Maddix. So, you can also expect pumping house and EDM for their end-of-year event, with sexy dancers spicing up the stage, and fireworks adding some extra oomph to the trippy computer-generated imagery on giant LED screens. Read More...

    This dance and nightclub in the centre of ‘urban Seminyak’ is a late-night go-to spot where you can party the last hours of the year away in ultra-stylish interiors over two floors. The club occupies much of the eastern corner of the arcade at the TS Suites Bali’s lifestyle complex on Jalan Nakula and opens its doors nightly from 21:00. The club features a lounge area called ‘Up at Jenja’, while downstairs features the bar and main party space. New Year Eve at Jenja is usually special, when they open 3 party areas, allowing you to party non-stop. Doors open at 21:00 and they usually have their outdoor terrace covered to anticipate the December downpours, and to enable you to party until dawn. Read More...

    Head down to Double Six Beach that’s between the coast of Legian and Seminyak, and you’re in for some great New Year countdown spots set against the rolling surf. La Plancha is one of the great beach bars here, with its colourful two-level structure and beanbags spread out on the sand. Its menu features tasty grills and light bites. It appeals most at sunset when you can sink into beanbags around mini tables laid out on the sand. A regular agenda presents assorted gigs and live DJs, and you can certainly expect a more amped up beach party vibe for New Year Eve, with fireworks from La Plancha and many other beach bars along the same strip. Read More...

    Old Man's Bali

    Head down to this Canggu hotspot for a hip beer garden scene on the dark sand beachfront of Batu Bolong Beach. Old Man’s bar is conveniently right in front of the lava reef’s rights. Its thatched roof main pavilion is perfect for hanging out with friends and to cool off during the day, with seating that ranges from benches under wide Balinese style parasols, to striped and colourful beanbags for lounging over its green lawn. The fun and friendly atmosphere takes on a wilder partying scene after sunsets. If Old Man’s ‘Dirty Ol’ Wednesday’ nights have always been a blast, with drinking games and ping-pong tables turned into makeshift beer pong stages, you can surely expect more going on at New Year’s Eve. Read More...

    If you’re travelling with family, chances are your New Year Eve celebrations at your hotel will be the perfect spot. Hotels in Bali always have something special for their guests throughout the festive season, particularly around New Year Eve. There’s gala dinners and parties, most of which are compulsory, and it’s a good thing to check what your hotel has in schedule when booking ahead. Most of the time, the added cost is worth it, as you’ll be entitled to wonderful dinners, fireworks, live entertainment and partying. Some hotels like The Mulia Bali feature international guest stars performing onstage in their grand ballroom, and W Bali in Seminyak invites world-class DJs performing at WooBar or their W Lounge. Read More...

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