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Rooftop bar Bali Jim Bar n Rooftop Rooftop bar Bali Jim Bar n Rooftop
Jim'bar'N Rooftop
This lovely rooftop bar has a magical 360-degree view of Bali and the sea. The skyline here is really impressive. The terrace has many seats and...
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Rooftop bar Bali Smoqee Lounge & Sky Bar in Bali Rooftop bar Bali Smoqee Lounge & Sky Bar in Bali
Smoqee Lounge & Sky Bar
A modern built rooftop bar in Bali with absolutely stunning views of Jimbaran Bay and the surrounding views. In the bar you can order drinks...
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Rooftop bar Bali

Rooftop-grade: 8/10
Prime season: all year
Residents: 4,2 millions
Climate: tropical

The proximity to the equator means that Balis climate is tropical with warm weather all year round. As a result the rooftop bars in Bali can stay open all year arround. The interior is often quite stylish and luxurious yet with a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere. All in classic Bali-style. You're not allowed to build higher buildings than the palmtrees in Bali, but despite this there are some really cool rooftop bars in Bali.

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About Bali

Bali is a province in the country of Indonesia. The capital is Denpasar and is located on the southern part of the island. 84% of the population in Bali are Hindus compared to that 87% in Indonesia are Muslims. Bali mainly lives on its tourism and this is a very popular destination for Australians. Its economy is mainly based on tourism, but also agriculture and fishing are major sources of income.