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10 Things You MUST Know Before Your Visit
Last Updated: 30 October 2019

I think you will agree with me when I say:

Your Bali trip isn’t complete without chilling out at a Day Club. Watching the sun set as you sip your favourite cocktail with your love one!

The problem is there are too many Day and/or Beach Club in Bali. You can check out our complete list of the best Beach Club in Bali.

But, in this article I would like to discuss about one of the most popular Day Club… OMNIA Bali.

Here is the truth, OMNIA location is soooo far away from the main attractions in Bali. Its wise to know these 10 important things about OMNIA before your visit.

After all, you don’t want to go back empty handed after driving so far to this place.

Let’s jump right in

1

Check OMNIA Event Calendar and find out nearby Events!

It sounds simple. And it is.

The best time to visit OMNIA is during the weekend.

Why? you asked..

Well, OMNIA always celebrate the weekend like there is no tomorrow. You would always find international DJs invited to perform during the weekend.

But here’s the kicker, the entrance fee to OMNIA is a little bit more pricey on Friday, Saturday and Sunday… and of course more crowded.

Make sure you check out their Event Calendar for the next month and book their tickets here.

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Celebrate Your Birthday or Proposal like a King!

Birthday-at-OMNIA-Bali
Photo credit: IG @omniabali
Engagement-Suprise-at-OMNIA
Photo credit: IG @jadekevinfoster

I know you probably have seen a few photos of OMNIA’s waitresses holding up letters of a customer’s name.

That’s what you got if you celebrate your birthday or (even better) propose your partner at OMNIA Bali.

Yups, these special treatment is completely free of charge. But make sure you make an advance booking to visit OMNIA.

Oh by the way, you can bring outside food. So you will have to buy a birthday cake at OMNIA. Still a fair trade I guess.
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What is the Best Time to Visit OMNIA Bali?

Depending on your preference, the best time to come to OMNIA will be different for everyone.

If you are like me who don’t really enjoy party but instead love to lay around and take OOTD for Instagram; then it’s best to come on the Weekdays before 4 pm.

During these period, OMNIA is not as crowded.

But, if you want to unleash the party animals inside you, then make sure you come on the Weekend. And make sure to come during one of your favourite DJs performance.

Sunset di OMNIA Bali
Photo credit: IG @veronicalindqvist
Menunggu Sunset di OMNIA Bali Pool
Photo credit: IG @ekiferdian19

How about the Sunset?

It’s pretty obvious isn’t it? The sunset is extremely beautiful in OMNIA. Especially with the view of ‘The Cube’ as its centrepiece.

Be warned though, the peak crowd at OMNIA is during the sunset time. So don’t expect to get a seat without making prior reservation.

I suggest you book a seat at least a few days before your visit and come at least one hour before the sunset.

4

How much does it cost to go to Omnia Bali?

(One of the Most Expensive Day Club in Bali)

In OMNIA you will be charged entrance fee, instead of minimum spending charge (like other Beach Club).

What’s the different?

Well, in other Beach Club, you will be able to claim the minimum spending fee towards your Food & Beverage consumption.

But, not in OMNIA. The admission fee is literally just the price to enter into the premise.

So, how much does it Cost to go to OMNIA BAli?

  • Weekdays (Monday – Thursday): IDR 200.000
  • Weekend (Friday – Sunday): IDR 250.000
  • Special Occasions / Events: Price varies, you can check here

The good news is if you are coming with a lot of friends and willing to get the VIP Tables, then admission charges will be waived (free).

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VIP Tables? How MUCH does it cost then?

There are variable choices of VIP Tables at OMNIA Bali. Are you ready to read the prices? Don’t be shocked!

But remember this:

These prices are actually MINIMUM SPENDING, so it can be accredited into your F&B bills. So, if you come in a big group, it’s still worth the money. (Probably)

If you want to check out their Food and Beverages, you can check at OMNIA Bali Online Menu.

The prices above exclude 21% tax and services and may change without prior notice.

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Be Warned, there is a Minimum Age Restriction to enter OMNIA Bali

Children are not allowed to enter. So if you are traveling with family and small children, you might want to choose the other Beach Club. Finns Beach Club is a family friendly option.

Is this rule strictly implied? Oh yes it does.

I’ve seen guests argue about bringing their teenagers and they are still not allowed to come in.

The age limit to enter OMNIA Bali is 21 years old. You will have to bring some sort of identification: Passport, Driver License, etc.

For this reason, please make sure everyone in your group is above 21 years old. Otherwise your 1 hour trip to OMNIA might be a waste of time.

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What Should You Wear to OMNIA Bali?

There is no strict dress code like in some other Beach Club (such as Ku De Ta). You can even wear shorts and flip flops.

But one thing you should bring to OMNIA, and that is Swimwear!

Dress Code di OMNIA Bali
Photo credit: IG @omniabali
Swimwear-di-OMNIA
Photo credit: IG @omniabali

The swimming pool in OMNIA is one of the main reason people come to this place. It overlook into the Ocean.

You would not be able to enter the swimming area without a proper swim wear.

Note: There are a few things you will not be able to bring into OMNIA. These includes some of my favourites things to bring: Floaties, Tripod, Drone and Luggage.

If you bring Luggage, you will have to store it in the reception. There is an additional charge for the luggage storage service: IDR 100.000 per bag.

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Make sure You Have a Reservation Before Coming to OMNIA Bali

The first time I visited OMNIA Bali, the hostess stopped me just to tell me that I could not enter as it was Full house!

I wasted 2 hours driving from Seminyak and back to my hotel again.

For that reason, I highly advise you to just make a booking instead. No matter when you are coming to OMNIA.

If you are planning an event involving groups of people, I suggest you to reserve at least 3 months prior.

The easiest way to book your reservation is thru WhatsApp or call them directly at (0361) 8482150

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Arrange your Transport to and from OMNIA Bali

he easiest and cheapest way to travel to OMNIA Bali is using GrabCar or GoCar.

But.. there is a big BUT here…

Those online taxi are not allowed to pick you up from OMNIA Bali back to your hotel.

So, what are the solutions available?

  1. Grab the Local Taxi. These are the main reason the online taxi are not allowed to pick up. But their price is extremely expensive. IDR 300.000 one way.
  2. Wait for the Free Shuttle Bus. Unfortunately, they are only available on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 8 pm. (The DJs are starting after 8 pm)
  3. The best option is of course booking a private chartered car and driver from LiburanBali. We will be ready to bring you anywhere and of course patiently wait for you.
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Consider a Hotel or Villa near OMNIA Bali

If you are planning to stay until OMNIA Bali closes at 10:30 pm, then I advice you to book a stay near the venue.

Why? Because the place is really secluded and dark at night. Also you would probably be drunk anyway!

The safest option is to have your driver bring you to your hotel nearby.

Some of my favourite hotels near OMNIA Bali are Alila Villa Uluwatu (Expensive), Six Senses Uluwatu (Expensive), and MaxOne Hotels Bukit Jimbaran (Budget)

Are you Ready to Party at OMNIA Bali?

Although it is one of the most expensive and exclusive Day Club in Bali and the location is sooo far from the centre. I would say not going to OMNIA Bali on your trip to be such a terrible mistake.

The venue is really beautifully designed and the sunset is mesmerising.

I have no doubt that you will be able to get lots of pictures for your Instagram.

Have you ever visit OMNIA Bali? How was your experience?

OMNIA Dayclub Bali
OUR RATING FOR OMNIA BALI
5/5

Address: Jl. Belimbing Sari, Pecatu, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80364

Phone: (0361) 8482150

Opening Hours: Everyday, 11:00 – 22:30