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Where To Catch A Movie In Bali Right Now
Movie Experiences During Covid-19 Times
We don’t know about you, but we used to be regular cinema visitors and we sure have been missing Bali cinemas since they closed due to the pandemic. Leave it to the clever Bali businesses though who have created their own style of cinema to keep us all safe and entertained during this time… and just quietly, we hope these events are here to stay!! We have rounded up for you where to catch a movie in Bali right now…
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U Paasha, Seminyak
With one of the best rooftops in Seminyak, featuring panoramic views to the ocean and stunning Bali sunsets, U Paasha Resort is the perfect backdrop for an outdoor movie night. Not only will you be treated to the movie rooftop style, but you will also enjoy 2-4-1 drinks from 5-7 pm and free popcorn with every drink purchase! Movies at U Paasha are screened every Friday night from 7 pm. Entry is free but bookings are essential as seats are limited!
Karma Beach Club, Ungasan
Karma Beach Club is known as glitzy day club, with relaxed vibes, crystal clear water and plenty of fun in the sun. It is also offering an outdoor night movie concept that has an amazing and exclusive view, with that cool ocean breeze and the crashing waves as the backing soundtrack. Karma Beach Club movie night is on every Monday at 6.30 pm. The entrance price is 250k per pax (this includes entry and a place to watch the movie, a towel, popcorn, one pizza, and one selected drink). Come and enjoy Monday movie night with an intimate beachfront setting under the starry sky.
Ku Da Ta, Seminyak
Strategically located on Seminyak’s beachfront, KU DE TA was Bali’s original Beach Club and has continued to provide amazing events and experiences for years. Their take on the outdoor movie experience takes it one step further than just enjoying a movie outdoors. At KU DE TA movie nights you also have the option to purchase a menu to match the movie! The KU DE TA Culinary Cinema is held every other week and the movie and menu change each time. They are held on Wednesday evenings, starting from 6 pm. The price is 250K per pax with minimum order 2 pax. Bookings are essential to secure yourself a spot!
Azul Beach Club, Legian
This gorgeous bamboo beach club is not just offering an outdoor movie experience, they are making Sundays become Fundays! Festivities start at Azul on Sundays from 4 pm. There are kids activities, family-style sharing meal deals, 50k Rp mojitos, salsa dancing and of course a movie in the garden. The movie here is for the kids… the adults can join too, or they can slip inside to enjoy the DJ, dancing & drink deals.
Canggu Camp 308, Canggu
Doors open from 6.15 pm and there is no need to book!
Alternative Beach, Canggu
Alternate Beach Club in Batu Bolong was one of the first venues to run regular movie nights (even well before COVID). With an outdoor night movie concept that is next to rice fields and surrounded by coconut trees, a relaxing viewing scene is set. You can watch outdoor night movies here every Monday and it is free entry! The movie starts at 7 pm so be sure to have your seat sorted before then. To accompany you while watching a movie, you can order popcorn for only 30k and all proceeds will go to charity.
Arrive early to secure your spot!
Yema Kitchen, Canggu
By carrying out a vintage home concept with a touch of Balinese interior, Yema Kitchen is a must-visit place to spend time with your friends. Here you can watch an outdoor movie every Wednesday at 7 pm. The comfy and cool venue gives all the cosy movie vibes…not to mention their food is delicious! No entry fee, just book a table!
Call +62 853 3338 6320
or +62 813 3701 0166
Tamora Gallery, the popular lifestyle shopping destination for residents and tourists of the island of Bali, has chosen to become more family-friendly! As we have described in our blog article “Things to do for kids in Bali”, this shopping mall brings so much into children’s lives… and also it’s not displeasing to their parents that have the chance to rest.
In addition to creative and formative workshops, activities such as dance and music, and a spacious outdoor area where kids can play in complete safety, Tamora Gallery organizes Pop Up Movie Nights at 6.30 pm every Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in the playground area, weather permitting of course!
This project will last 3 months (surely from June to September) and it will air the most famous children’s cartoon such as Nemo (the famous adventures of the little clownfish and his short-term memory-loss friend Dori), Hotel Transylvania (the entire trilogy), Minions (too funny!!), The Lion King (great classic of the big screen), Frozen (brrr… it’s so cold!), Beauty and the Beast (the greatest love story ever) and more.
Check here the official programme!
Have you ever watched a movie while relaxing by the pool with a refreshing coconut? If you have not and very and are curious to try it, Folk Ubud will set the ultimate movie scene. Movies at Folk start at 6.30 pm EVERY DAY! You can watch the movies with free entry on the weekdays in the general sitting area, on the weekends and public holidays, this area has a 100,000 Rp minimum spend. Daybeds require a 300,000 Rp minimum spend for everyone (applied every day).
Guru Canggu Boutique Hostel, Canggu
This movie-night is served with a debate afterwards! Guru Canggu hosts movies every Wednesday at 6 pm, followed by a debate with a guest speaker. The movie of the week and the speaker are announced every Monday on their Instagram page (@gurucanggu). First, watch the movie, followed by the speaker (who sometimes joins virtually) where you can discuss and debate. 50k minimum consumption and there is limited seating, so be sure to book!
Special Mention: the Ultimate Private Cinema Experience at the Edge, Uluwatu
For those wanting a safe and private cinema experience, The Edge in Uluwatu has a private cinema option. The Cinema seats up to 10 guests and has a movie selection of over 500 movies, but guests are also welcome to bring their own films or request a specific movie in advance.
Perfect for a fun-packed family day, or for after-dinner entertainment, The Club at The Edge has something to entertain everyone. Along with the Cinema Room, The Club also features two bowling lanes, karaoke, DJ booth & dance floor, pool table and private lounge. The ultimate private entertainment retreat!
- Minimum 2 guests: IDR 300,000 net per person for 3 hrs movie theatre and bowling
- Includes a glass of beer, soft drink, or house wine and popcorn
- Additional guests (3 or more) IDR 150,000 net per person
The one-eighty menu is available to order and advanced bookings required at least 24 hours prior.
So, there you have it… the Bali venues have stepped up to keep you entertained and safe. We love being able to still catch a movie with friends during this time and we certainly hope to still be able to watch movies like this even with the cinemas do reopen!
After 15 years of visiting Bali as a tourist, Karlie moved her family to Bali 4 years ago. She loves helping others to enjoy Bali and founded Bali Buddies to encourage others to explore the island she now calls home.
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