Experience Bali’s ultimate luxury at these pool clubs with stunning views! From breathtaking panoramic jungle and rice terrace views to beachfront infinity pools, these pool clubs have everything you need for a memorable day in Bali.
The rice terraces at Alas Harum are a sight to behold, and now you can enjoy them in a whole new way.
Cretya at Alas Harum is the first pool day club with rice terrace views in Ubud. The 5 pools are beautifully designed into layers to match the look of the rice terraces. The green rice terraces with the opal blue colour of the pools are incredibly photogenic.
There is no entrance fee but there is a minimum spend. Cretya Ubud is a secluded, luxurious, and entertaining day club. It’s not one to be missed while visiting Ubud!
Palmilla Bali is a modern beach club located at Melasti Beach in Uluwatu, just a few meters from the sea. What makes Palmilla unique is its photogenic cliff panorama.
Palmilla has everything you’d want in a beach club: palm trees, blue water and white sand, bamboo cabanas, swings instead of bar stools, hammocks, sun beds with huge umbrellas to keep you shaded and comfortable, and a delicious menu of both snacks and full meals.
For cashless payment, entry is 100,000 IDR per person, which can be exchanged for the first drink/towel rental. There is a minimum spend to rent a sunbed, which varies depending on the sunbed.
One Eighty is a clifftop day club with panoramic views of the ocean located within The Edge Luxury Villa Resort in Uluwatu. For good reason, it’s one of Bali’s best beach clubs! It has one of the most jaw-dropping pools in the world.
One Eighty is famous for its impressive glass-bottom sky pool that extends 5 metres over the edge of a 162-metre cliff above the ocean! The second pool is a series of cascading pools surrounded by beautiful gardens and flowers.
Booking a day pass is highly recommended and you can do this on their website. There are 2 day passes to choose from (Regular or VIP Admission). Both day passes include food and beverage credit amongst other things.
Manarai Beach House is the best beach club in Nusa Dua! This pool day club overlooks the white sandy beach and tropical ocean.
The best thing about Manarai Beach House is that there is no minimum spend to use their day beds!
Manarai Beach House has pool floaties for that perfect summer Instagram photo, as well as floating beanbags for relaxing in the pool.
Wanna Jungle Pool and Bar is located at the Kayon Jungle Resort in Ubud. The Kayon Jungle Resort is one of the most popular resorts in Bali and is also known for its three-level infinity swimming pools amidst the lush jungle. For this reason, it’s a good idea to book a day pass in advance.
Here at Wanna Jungle Pool & Bar, you can expect infinity pools, jungle views, amazing cocktails and delicious food!
A collection of shaded cabanas and a unique circular seating pod are available. Wanna Jungle Pool was inspired by Bali’s famous Tegalalang Rice Terraces!
Tlaga Singha is not a well-known pool day club but it’s not one to be missed! This tropical river pool club features two infinity swimming pools with views of the river and jungle, as well as a swim-up pool bar.
There are several pool packages available, as well as Cabana Packages. The most affordable pool package costs 150,000 IDR per adult and includes a cold drink, meal, pool access, towel, and locker.
Bali is home to many incredible pool clubs, and there’s no shortage of options. There is no better way to spend a relaxing holiday in Bali than at one of the pool clubs listed above.