Rooftop Bars Bali
There are definitely no skyscrapers in sight, but instead amazing sunsets and natural scenic views from the best Bali rooftop bars. Leave the beach behind for a while and find your perfect spot, with the ultimate guide to the best roof terraces on this beautiful island.
Here you'll find all info you need on how to get the best rooftop Bali experience, from Seminyak to Uluwatu. Opening hours, dress code, pictures, maps and much more. Which is the best rooftop bar Bali? Just scroll down and find the Bali rooftop bar best suited for you.
Hans has visited over 500 rooftop bars, 200 rooftop pools and 300 rooftop restaurants since 2015. This vast experience has made Hans a true rooftop expert, and one of the most knowledgeable in the field. Today, numerous of travel magazines, bloggers and media websites contact Hans to get his expertise on rooftops.
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Rooftop bar Bali
Prime season: all year
Residents: 4,2 millions
The proximity to the equator means that Balis climate is tropical with warm weather all year round. As a result of this, the terraces here can stay open all year arround.
The interior at the Bali rooftops 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 places to drink with a view on this beautiful island. When other buildings are no to high, the rooftops don't need to be either. The famous Bali sunset it of course best enjoyed from a rooftop Bali.
For more indept info about Bali, read more here.
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. Home to a wide array of fantastic (and dramatic) beaches, it is no surprise that Bali also offers a wide range of amazing beach clubs.