If there’s one thing our friends in the Northern Hemisphere do better, it’s dayclubs. Las Vegas is positively littered with the sprawling party campuses and, now, one of the city’s most iconic clubs has unveiled a venue much closer to home.
Omnia Dayclub Bali is perched on the beautiful limestone cliffs of Uluwatu’s Bukit Peninsula and opens to the public on Friday, February 2. It’s the brand’s first foray into dayclubs, and it’s safe to safe owners at Hakkasan have come up with the goods.
In addition to modern Japanese restaurant Sake No Hana, the venue boasts glittering infinity pools, VIP cabanas, an ever-rotating roster of DJs, a swim-up bar and, the piece de resistance, a striking cube bar. Bungalow accommodation is also available, with private plunge pools to boot.
The official music program will kick off in April 2018, ahead of Indonesia’s high season. For that reason, staff are planning one hell of an opening party.
Omnia Dayclub Bali is open daily from 11am and closes at 7pm, while Sake No Hana will remain open until 10pm. It’s worth noting that you need to be aged over 21 years to enter, so don’t forget your ID.
How To Get There
- Fly into Ngurah Rai International Airport (Denpasar)
- Drive 18km (about 35 minutes) via Jl. Belimbing Sari
- Omnia Dayclub Bali, Jl. Belimbing Sari, Banjar Tambiyak, Desa Pecatu, Uluwatu, Kabupaten Badung, Bali
(All images courtesy of Omnia Dayclub Bali)
Kristen Amiet is a previous AWOL editor, bona fide travel addict, sometimes whisky drinker and full-time breakfast food enthusiast.