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  • Canggu Club in Bali

    Sports and Leisure Centre in Canggu


    Canggu Club in Bali is an expanding world-class sports and leisure complex, located within the island’s expatriate Canggu community area. Spanning 3.54ha, it houses several different facilities onsite, including a waterpark, a world-class fitness centre, tenpin bowling alley, tennis centre, kids club, spa, the island’s largest trampoline centre that is not just for kids, and multiple food and beverage outlets.

    The club started off as an answer to the demands of expats living in the area looking for high quality leisure and a one-stop sports centre, and as private members club. Over time, in October 2014 there was a big push to attract non-members to some areas of its new fun facilities. Now, slightly renamed as ‘New Canggu Club’ it welcomes all, including locals and visitors, and has become a much popular weekend destination for families and holidaymakers staying around Canggu and Seminyak.

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  • The Canggu Club has a large colonial-style club house as its centrepiece, which houses its sports bar dining facilities. Most of its front area, just past the entrance, is an expansive sports field where matches take place, as well as various sporting and community events, such as annual gatherings for the Melbourne Cup that the club plays host to. The club is separated from the main Berawa Beach road by high concrete walls, with fences that keep rogue soccer balls in.

    Next to the sports field is Splash Waterpark, built with families in mind, and is great for cooling off in the tropical sun. Mom and dad can lounge back while the kids splash away in the pools or race down colourful slides. Rest assured, all waterpark activities are under the watchful eyes of trained lifeguards. You can enjoy Splash and most of the Canggu Club facilities with day passes at USD 21 (IDR 300,000) for adults and USD 13 (IDR 180,000) for kids between the ages 3 and 17.

    Drier fun awaits at Bounce Bali, the island’s first indoor trampoline centre, and Strike, a tenpin bowling centre located separately right across the road from the Canggu Club main facility. Bounce is not just for kids. For a one-hour jumping pass at IDR 100,000 you can get loose, play a dodge game or basketball hoop, and run vertical walls to your heart’s content. At Strike, you can choose from six lanes that feature automatic pinsetters and computerised scoring systems. Hourly bowling passes are USD 5.5 (IDR 75,000) per person during the day, and USD 9 (IDR 125,000) for evening games.

    Besides easy day passes, Canggu Club also has a range of memberships available for individuals, kids and families that provide you with great entitlements and privileges, such as a special member’s lounge, tennis coaching, invites to member events, discounts at partnered golf courses, and even free access to Canggu Club’s sister venues such as Finn’s Beach Club. Weekly, monthly and annual memberships are also available. Weekly memberships start from IDR 1,320,000 for adults, 792,000 for kids and IDR 3,432,000 for families.

    It’s easy to get to Canggu Club, as its one of the unofficial landmarks along Canggu’s main Berawa Beach road. From Seminyak, you need only reach the end of Jalan Batubelig and drive five minutes further north along the winding rice field roads to reach it. If you are travelling beyond Canggu, simply book a taxi.

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