Top 5 Party-Friendly Pool Clubs Around Bali
December 5, 2019
You know that water is your element when you can’t get enough of swimming. During a vacation, nothing is better than visiting a nearby pool club and dipping your feet in the calm blue water of the swimming pool, or lounging by the infinity edge overlooking the gorgeous seascape or the forests of Bali. If you are lost on land and can’t wait to get back in the water, check out these unique pool clubs around Bali.
This patch of paradise at the edge of the Petitenget Beach in Seminyak is the most talked about pool club these days. This Australian franchise is a melting pot for locals, solo-travellers, friends and families to come and enjoy the huge Mediterranean-inspired saltwater lagoon. In fact, it’s Bali island’s biggest custom-built lagoon, big enough to host in-house DJs and heart-pumping pool parties every few days. Mrs Sippy has everything you can ask for in a pool club – gourmet bites, signature cocktails and wine, day beds and a five-meter-tall diving platform for the daredevils.
Find Mrs Sippy at Taman Ganesha Road, Seminyak or check out their cool website to learn more.
Folk Pool & Gardens
Ubud is lesser known for being a pool club destination, but we’ve found a couple of good picks. Folk Pool & Gardens is located within walking distance of the Sacred Monkey Forest. After a hot day exploring temples, taking selfies with indigenous long-tailed macaques and enjoying nature, end the day at the pool. The pool club features an open-air cinema that screens every fortnight. Reward yourself with pleasant eats and enjoy a cool evening breeze and fresh oxygen from the forest.
Folk Pool & Gardens is found on Monkey Forest Road.
Another one of Ubud’s favorites is Jungle Fish. The pool club belongs to Chapung Sebali pool resort, whose specialty mid-20th century Danish-style gourmet food makes fine nibbles. The pool club oversees the canopy of Ubud’s deep jungles, which you can enjoy while lounging in the 35-meter infinity pool. At the same time, enjoy live music and sip on cocktails at the swim-up bar. You’ll forget time, and become a jungle fish yourself!
Find Jungle Fish in Raya Sebali Road, near the city of Gianyar.
Also known as Oneeighty° – with the degree symbol. This Uluwatu pool club really makes full use of the spectacular panoramic seascape. Featuring infinity pools and a hanging off-the-edge pool, you’ll literally experience a 180 degree-view of the seashores below, rocky cliffsides left and right, and the majestic sunset directly in front of you. Did we mention that the hanging pool features a glass bottom, which blurs the line between flying and floating?
Visit Oneeighty° at Goa Lempeh Banjar Road, Pecatu.
What should you bring to Bingin Beach? Cocktails and a good crowd. The one place where you can get them all is Mick’s Place. It’s close location to Bingin Beach makes the pool club and resort an ideal relaxing ground for surfers after enjoying the world-class Indian Ocean waves that are not only high in amplitude, but also in attitude. Back at the resort, the Polynesian influenced bungalows are an ideal place to relax in private, but still in full view of the natural scenery.
You can find Mick’s Place at Pantai Bingin Road, Pecatu.
Mrs Sippy is also a great place to host your own parties and events. Reserve for either small crowds of friends and family or large groups of people – and we’re talking about an entire office of party-loving professionals – we’ll guarantee a stress-relieving fun time here at Mrs Sippy. Book now on our site.