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December 10, 2018

Best Places to Celebrate New Year's Eve in Bali


There is Never a Shortage of Entertainment and Fun Along Jimbaran Beach

When you visit the Jimbaran restaurants on the beach, you’ll enjoy a more luxurious level of style and comfort than in other areas of Bali. But you’ll also enjoy a near non-stop series of beach parties along the shore as these venues pull out all the tops to celebrate the arrival of the New Year.

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We’ve listed five events and venues in and around the area that you should be sure to visit when you celebrate New Year’s Eve on Jimbaran Beach.

Sunset Beach Bar and Grill

This is the place to laze the rest of 2018 away while you watch a brilliant sunset and listen to a live DJ performance. Enjoy a Daiquiri, Mojito, Martini or any of their vast and colorful varieties of cocktails while you count down to midnight.

Then watch as the skies erupt with the Sunset Beach Bar and Grill’s own custom display of fireworks. It’s the perfect place to ring out the old and ring in the New Year.

Single Fin in Bali

This bar used to be a surfer’s hangout on top of a cliff where they could watch the surf before braving the incoming waves. It’s evolved into Uluwatu’s hippest bar and it’s absolutely packed at the end of the day.

It’s a favorite place to watch the sunset and it’s known as much for its music as its views. They feature a constant line-up of international DJs and local bands providing the soundtrack to the incredible views and friendly atmosphere.

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Rock Bar Bali

The Rock Bar is also known for its sunset views. Perched on top of natural rock formations fourteen meters above the ocean, this bar offers a line of signature cocktails and fantastic views of the sunset.

It’s also known for the endless line-up of world-class, international DJs who provide the music to accompany the drinks and the stunning view. Riding the funicular down the cliff-side is one of the most unique ways we’ve ever seen of entering a bar.

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Temple Lounge and Bar

Those looking for something completely different should check out the Temple Lounge and Bar. This lounge is situated on the Di Mare Restaurant’s Rooftop and you could be forgiven if you thought you had suddenly been transported off to Morocco.

The fusion design combines North African and Middle Eastern themes and they serve some of the best Mediterranean food in Bali. Enjoy a meal there while taking in the views.

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Uluwatu Temple

One of the more unique ways to celebrate the New Year is to visit the Uluwatu Temple in its cliff-side setting. Okay, it’s not a bar or restaurant, but you absolutely shouldn’t miss the amazing Kecak and Fire Dance Show held every evening around sunset while you’re there.

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The temple is one of the oldest on Bali and is perched 70 meters above the ocean, providing some of the most iconic and spectacular views in Bali.

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