The newly-opened Peachy Bar and Restaurant serves Mediterranean dishes in the iconic Canggu shortcut. Escape daily life in a peachy way – share plates with friends and sip in its vibrant surroundings, next to the green rice terrace.
Bali’s Best Jungle Clubs
The Best of Bali Jungle Clubs
Sometimes, nothing beats sitting by the pool, toes tipped in the water, enjoying a fruity cocktail while overlooking the luscious jungle and hearing the tropical birds calling in the distance. While Bali is known for its gorgeous beach clubs, jungle clubs are starting to pop up all over the island.
We have selected our favourite jungle clubs just for you.
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Wanna Jungle Pool & Bar at The Kayon Jungle Resort
Epic Jungle Pool at Kayon Jungle Resort
Nestled within Ubud’s green mountains in Payangan, the Kayon Jungle Resort really does boast one of Bali’s most epic jungle pools. Think: a three-layered infinity pool, overlooking the deep greenery and river of the area with an abundance of shaded cabanas, seating areas and chilled vibes.
Side note: the bar is also just as impressive. Open every day, guests can order drinks and light bites and if you’re after something heartier, Kepitu Bar & Lounge serves their food around the pool too. For those who aren’t staying at the resort, you’re in luck because Kayon Jungle Resort offers day passes!
Kayon Jungle Resort is an adults-only resort, making it the perfect escape for a honeymoon or couples’ weekend away. The concept of this resort is all about relaxation and escaping from the daily grind. Indulge at the resort’s Serayu Spa which is luxuriously designed and includes several treatment rooms, a beauty salon, a sauna and a jacuzzi. There are a number of room types to choose from, as well as specially curated packages.
If you are looking for the perfect wedding destination, the Kayon Jungle Resort has its elegant Puspaka Sky Wedding Chapel in which you can say your I do’s. This charming bamboo chapel overlooks the valley and there are several packages you can choose from to make your special day memorable.
Cretya Ubud by Alas Harum Bali
A Beach Club with Tranquility
Located within Tegallalang’s famous rice fields in Ubud lies Cretya Ubud by Alas Harum Bali. This day club is the perfect place to experience the tranquillity of Bali and lounge around one of Bali’s best jungle clubs. Cretya has a three-layered infinity pool with gentle curves that boasts a view of the rice terraces. With a plethora of lounging options – a cabana, pool lounges, sofas, day beds and even hammocks – there is plenty of space to relax and soak up the jungle vibes.
There is a no-minimum spend with Yudhistira, Arjuna, Bima and the Deck Terrace, all restaurants within the pool area. There is a minimum spend with the Pool Deck Sofa, Terrace Cabana, Pool Lounge, Lantana, the day beds and hammocks. From 3 pm-6 pm each day a DJ spins the deck giving Cretya even more jungle club vibes.
Folk Pool & Gardens
A Jungle Club with Cinema Experience
Ubud’s first swim-up bar located in the centre of town, Folk Pool & Gardens, is the perfect spot to chill out, soak up the sun and enjoy a day of fun! You can expect green gardens, private daybeds and teepees, delicious food, mouth-watering cocktails and solid tunes. They have a range of both fresh Indonesian and international dishes on their menu and when it comes to your drink order, it goes without saying that swimming up to the in-pool bar is a fun experience (you can also order from your area). Try their cocktail classics: Gadis Bali, Dewisita and Blueberry & Chamomile or opt for a healthy smoothie or refreshing mocktail. Indulge in Folk’s 1for1 Happy Hour as well as beer buckets.
When the sun sets, gear up for Folk’s Popcorn Club – a poolside twilight cinema experience. Held every Thursday and Sunday from 6.30 pm onwards, all movies are free of charge. There is a special Popcorn menu with a range of tasty snacks and obviously, popcorn is on the menu!
Folk is perfect for groups and families and promises to be a good time.
Sundown amidst the Jungle
The Tapa Pool Club located at Tlaga Singha Bali in Sukawati, just outside of Ubud is picturesque. Featuring a swim-up pool bar, Tapa Pool Club has been designed with style in mind. There is an indoor pool with an adjoining outdoor pool where you can bask in the sun’s rays. The split-level outdoor pool is an infinity pool overlooking a tropical, jungle landscape. For those with kids or simply kids at heart, Tlaga Singha’s team are happy to organise pool games that are perfect for larger groups. There are various day packages you can purchase but all packages include pool access, towels and lockers. The team can also organise a floating pool brunch served on a tray with a selection of menu items of your choice – Instagram-worthy!
There are multiple dining areas at Tlaga Singha to suit every need and want. They cater for large group events, private dining, romantic dinners and even wedding receptions. For a sun-downer (or any time of the day!), the main bar, adorned with bamboo, has cocktails, mocktails and other beverages on offer. If you’re feeling a little peckish, indulge in their tapas menu.
Unwind and rejuvenate at the Tlaga Singha Spa. Focusing on holistic treatments to indulge the whole body, allow yourself to be pampered by their professional therapists. They offer massages, scrubs, facials, waxing and several packages. Tlaga Singha also holds daily morning yoga classes to help release tight muscles and ensure you start your day the right way.
The Monkey Bar at Bella Kita
Jungle pool overlooking the ocean
For a true jungle club experience, Monkey Bar is a must-visit. Located in Klungkung in East Bali at Bella Kita Mountain Retreat & Spa, you can literally see the ocean from the pool. Enjoy your own ‘Coffee in the Clouds’, ‘Tea in the Trees’ or ‘Juice in the Jungle’ moment! Surrounded by lush jungle and pops of flower colours, Monkey Bar is truly spectacular. The infinity pool is overlooked by 4 metres tall stone Buddhas and you can float around or laze by the side of the pool.
The Monkey Bar offers all-day dining, homemade snacks, traditional Balinese dishes and healthy international cuisine. All produce is fresh, organic and seasonal and comes from Bella Kita’s farm. Monkey Bar has a range of delicious beverages, such as their famous dessert cocktail, the ‘Dicky Dipstick’.
If a little ‘me time’ is what you are after, the Bella Spa downstairs is the perfect place to relax. Let the therapists work their magic by using natural oils from coconut and lemongrass. Bella Kita also has a yoga hut that you can use for a class or even host a yoga retreat.
Monkey Bar is a great stop if you are exploring East Bali, but if you’d like to make a night out of it, you can book into the Bella Kita Villas.
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