Are you a sunset lover? These beach clubs are perfect places to see the sunset in Bali.

The stylish classic: Ku De Ta

Ku De Ta is Seminyak’s first beach club and a haven of beautiful people and groovy sunset vibes. This luxe beachfront place (‘Ku’ to people in the know) remains one of Seminyak’s top sunset bars to see and be seen. Famous for its high season themed parties, the elegant venue houses day beds, a beachside pool and two fashionable restaurants which both serve exceptional food. Soak in the buzzin’ vibes while you sip and snap the mid-day off on a day bed. Top tip for all you glamour women — make a reservation the day before, so you don’t wear out those fab strappy heels while waiting in the bar.

The wow factor: WooBar

Like most legendary W Hotels globally, WooBar is the pinnacle of glam life in Bali, therefore expect world-class food, amusement and uber-stylish surrounds for your sunset. Enjoy a sumptuous sea foods feast in the beachfront restaurant, then retire to the colorful day beds for alfresco fun in the sun with great company, smooth Café Del Mar songs along with a fancy tipple accessible. The décor is to die for — a mixture of beach casual with retro couch stylings and tropics palm tree vibes popping up across the decking. Bubbles lovers should take a cheeky glance in the two-story champagne basement next to the downstairs bathrooms to get another wow moment in a place that’s chock full of ’em!

The bubbly beauty: Ocean Champagne Bar in The Legian Bali

Champagne by the sea as the sun sets? Given that’s a gold hour done right! At The Legian Bali’s glamorous Sea Champagne Bar, sunset time requires the best bubbles, gourmet snacks, beachfront vistas along with the sweet sounds of live jazz! Not just any old Champagne bar, this ultra-luxe spot pours only the biggest bubbly names, including Cristal, Dom Perignon, VeuveClicquot, and Billecart Salmon. It’s the perfect place for a sundowner or even pre-dinner beverage, or you could make an occasion of it and sip your path through sunset with luxurious snacks like caviar, house-made blinis, smoked salmon platters and of course, plenty of local Lombok Oysters.

The grand old dame: La Lucciola

Seminyak’s — and maybe most straightforward — beachfront institution. Affectionately known as “La Looch,” this beachside, colonial-style restaurant is located along probably the most scenic stretches of Seminyak. It’s a bit of ‘old-Bali’ in the best way possible, before high-technology and high-style’ took over. This’s where you’d head for Mediterranean fare and a superior selection of wine. It’s impossible not to adore this location, with its consistently fantastic provider, legendary food, and excellent views.   We love that it’s possibly Seminyak’s only location with no web site or wi-fi — just like Bali used to be.

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