PARTY ON THE EDGE OF THE WORLD IN BALI

Dance, swim, drink & cre­ate

World Travel Magazine - - Just In -

The Om­nia Day­club Bali fea­tured Jakarta’s su­per­star DJ Tiara Eve along with Aus­tralian star­let Brook­lyn to launch the kick-off party at the be­gin­ning of July for this new shiny gem on the shores of Bali. It’s all about cool here with weekly Swim into Satur­day events. Swim per­for­mances and fash­ion shows set the tone at this ul­ti­mate des­ti­na­tion for party peo­ple. This new en­ter­tain­ment and lifestyle des­ti­na­tion fo­cuses on good times and great par­ties with drop-dead gor­geous ocean views off an over-pool deck which gives the whole in­fin­ity pool area a feel­ing of hov­er­ing at the ocean’s edge. Restau­rant Sake No Hana, a Ja­pa­nese-in­spired ad­ven­ture prom­ises new lay­ers of de­li­cious dis­cov­ery with ev­ery visit. The venue not only re­veals na­ture but so does the menu. En­joy in­spired Asian cui­sine over­look­ing the In­dian Ocean. If you want to play be­fore or af­ter your party, Ulu Cliff­house might be the place for your creative side to break free in the In­done­sian sun. Feed your muse in an in­spi­ra­tional set­ting with other artists and guests. The cen­tre­piece 25-me­tre in­fin­ity pool is the place to go af­ter riff­ing in the mu­sic record­ing stu­dio or throw­ing down paint at the art space where you can en­joy world-class food and drinks served al fresco, perched above the surf. Take a walk down the cliff to dis­cover The Ocean Deck where you can sip and savour the sun­set in a se­cret hideaway with tiki-style cock­tails at a pri­vate beach dur­ing low tide. Noth­ing will re­lax like a walk along the sandy beach, cock­tail in hand, be it a spare-no-ex­pense mixol­o­gist’s vodka dream, Jamu, body ton­ics or Kom­bucha. They cater to ev­ery kind of drinker.

Clock­wise from top, Feed your muse in an in­spi­ra­tional set­ting with other artists and guests; in­fin­ity pool splash; deck with awe­some In­dian Ocean views, all at Ulu Cliff­house Bali

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