Whatever your preference for food, drink or nightlife entertainment, on the Island of Bali you will be certain find it. That's no exaggeration!
On Bali, whatever your budget food or drink, the prices will always be substantially cheaper than those in Europe, Australia, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia etc. You can enjoy a deliciously fresh Nasi Goreng (Fried Rice) for $1 or dine in one of the finest restaurants spending $100 for a 7 course meal. The choice is yours! Be assured, the value for money will be mind-blowing.
Bali's nightlife reputation is legendary and over the past two decades many upbeat clubs, lounges, bars and pubs have opened, promising to satisfy each of your wildest wishes and desires. The southern part of Bali is where most of the action is happening, with the Northern and Eastern side offering more of a quite & relaxing environment.
The island’s party scene starts late, and there is no set closing time, implying that, if you want to go out, you can stay out until sunrise. Clubs come in all shapes and sizes, from the most refined to the most hedonistic. The Kuta clubbing scene is the oldest, attracting a younger crowd who are up for anything, while farther north, the clubs of Seminyak offer the finest atmospheres, world-class sound systems, talented bartenders and exceptional DJs who make sure that your nighttime experience is an unforgettable one. Ubud and Sanur are famous for going to sleep early, yet still have a number of live music venues that stay up into the night, often focusing on jazz and traditional sounds. Live music is common around Bali, and the island has a thriving and ever-changing scene of talented local bands, as well as the occasional international show.
Street Food and eating in one of the small warung is something you should not miss out on. It's not only cheap but authentic and really tasty. Most Indonesians - rich or poor - eat regularly if not daily in one of those places. Don't miss to at least try it once.