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This Dayclub Is The Only Venue You Need For The Ultimate Bali Party Experience

This Dayclub Is The Only Venue You Need For The Ultimate Bali Party Experience


While towns like Ubud and Seminyak are generally regarded as Bali‘s premier luxury destinations, Uluwatu — a cliffside town on Bali’s southernmost tip — is beginning to give them a run for their money.


It’s already home to the uber-luxe resort Alila (which also boasts hotels in Ubud, Seminyak, and the eastern town of Manggis) but now Uluwatu has something other towns in Bali can only dream of: the OMNIA Dayclub.

OMNIA Bali is the new venture by the same global entertainment group behind mega nightclubs in Las Vegas and beyond, Hakkasan. To get an idea of the scale of Hakkasan’s projects, its flagship club Hakkasan in Vegas is a five-storey monolith that counts EDM A-listers like Calvin Harris and Zedd as weekly residents.

Image: Martin Westlake / supplied

OMNIA Bali isn’t intended to be a fist-pumping nightclub on the same scale of Vegas, but rather a luxury venue for those who enjoy their dance music with a side of bottle service.

Perched on the very edge of Uluwatu’s dramatic cliffs, OMNIA offers just about everything one could hope for in a venue. Infinity pool with breathtaking views? Check. Private cabanas with their own pools? Check. Bottle service, fireworks, pyrotechnics, a sound system that can shake your bones? Check, check, check, check and check.


By far the most arresting part of the setup is The Cube, a glittering structure that hovers over the cliff edge and gradually lights up as the sun fades. If you’re after an Instagram shot, this is your chance.

OMNIA is also home to Japanese fine dining restaurant Sake No Hana – the sister venue to the award-winning London restaurant of the same name. So if you’re not feeling the club vibes as the sun goes down, you can just retreat to the restaurant (which, of course, looks over the ocean) and indulge in some of Bali’s best bites.

Image: Louis van Baar / supplied

But if you are interested in the clubbing life, then OMNIA is going to deliver you an experience unseen outside of Ibiza. For instance — on its grand opening weekend two weeks ago, helmeted hitmaker Marshmello, Dutch producer Martin Garrix, and techno legend Richie Hawtin all took to the decks. That’s a line-up most festivals would kill for.

With a rolodex of talent as extensive as Hakkasan’s (see above about Calvin Harris and Zedd), we’re convinced OMNIA’s going to continue to bring some top-shelf talent to the cliffs in Uluwatu.

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Jules LeFevre is a writer from Byron Bay, now based in Sydney. She travelled to OMNIA Bali courtesy of global entertainment group Hakkasan.

(Lead image: Dasha Almazova / supplied) 

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