Atlas Superclub is super by name and super by nature. This elaborate beachfront superclub is Bali’s biggest nightclub venue.
Almost like a fantasy city located on the shores of Canggu, the Atlas complex is Bali’s newest beachfront venue.
Yet, it has catapulted itself into one of the island’s most popular destinations in less than a year.
Atlas Superclub is part of the Atlas Beach Club and Atlas Beach Fest complex; together, they form Bali’s largest one-stop entertainment center. Attracting thousands of visitors every week, the venue is busier than ever before.
It’s not hard to see why. Lavish, luxurious, and all kinds of OTT, Atlas Superclub encapsulates all the hedonism of the Bali party scene and owns it. And why not?! You only live once!
What sets Atlas Superclubs apart from many other beach clubs and luxury nightlife venues is its broad appeal.
As an Indoneisan-owned company headed up by popular TV host and lawyer Hotman Paris, Atlas is super popular with Indonesians from across the country and visitors from aboard.
This has put Atlas in a really unique position. The venue hosts an incredible lineup of world-class musicians and DJs every month, including many of Indonesia’s hottest acts.
In April, Atlas Superclub will welcome live sets from Wuki and Lenka Music.
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Speaking to reporters shortly after the launch of Atlas Superclub, Alwine Brahmana, Public Relations Corporate Manager for the company, said, “Bali, as a world-class tourist destination, is a place for local and foreign tourists.”
“Seeing the high tourist interest in Bali, HW Group is here to provide a lifestyle experience that is [superior] to international tourist destinations. This time we present W Atlas Superclub, a club with international standards in Bali that provide entertainment that spoils visitors.”
Who doesn’t want to be spoilt from time to time?! Judika, one of Indonesia’s most popular pop stars, recently headlined at Atlas.
Speaking after his performance, he told the media, “Performing at the W Atlas Superclub was really fun. Singing along closely with the visitors.”
“We felt safe and comfortable performing at the W Atlas Superclub. Strict health and safety protocols. Plus, world-class sound systems made our performance even more enjoyable.”
It is safe to say that a visit to any of the Atlas venues, whether the Superclub, Beachclub, or Beachfest, is a memorable experience.
Located in the heart of Canggu, the venue is just a short hop from some of the resort town’s most popular hotels, including Morabito Art Villa, Legong Keraton Beach Hotel, and Swarga Suites Bali Berawa.
If you’re a party lover, Canggu is absolutely the best place to visit in Bali. As if Atlas Superclub wasn’t enough to wet the party palette, there are so many incredible nightlife venues to explore.
Just next door to Atlas Beach Club is Finns Beach Club, one of the old players in the Bali party scene and still going from strength to strength.
Lazy poolside days lead into frenetic party-pumping nights at Finn’s, and it is certainly a venue to tick off your Bali Bucket List.
Then there are classic surfer bars like Old Man’s, who, on the 15th of April, will welcome Australian musical legend Xavier Rudd for one night only!
Tickets are selling fast and are likely to sell out soon. The event promises to be one of the best live concerts in Bali this year, and you have to make sure you’re there!
Bali is home to some of the most impressive beach club venues in the world. It’s not just beach clubs waiting to be discovered, though.
In the last few years, a number of incredible jungle clubs have opened further in land, and…wow…not to be missed.
If you’re in Uluwatu, be sure to check out Sundays Beach Club, Savaya, and Ulu Cliffhouse. If you’re in Nusa Dua, make sure you schedule a trip to Canna Bali.
Want to experience a day at one of Bali’s five-star jungle clubs? Make sure you explore Soulshine in Ubud or Cretya, just north of the cultural capital.
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Tuesday 11th of April 2023
The way Bali is developing, more and more trash- tourists will visit. Disgusting beach clubs etc. is a magnet for soulless narcissists, taking selfies and staring at their phones all day long. Greed destroyed Bali.
It’s game over.
Monday 10th of April 2023
Can not believe they planning an building club this size without thinking about the how to get there. The road to go there is stock everyday all the time off the day. Its also very dangerous road now with many accident every day. Something has to change!!
Monday 10th of April 2023
Why is The Bali Sun making so much promotion for this club? Do they own it? Atlas club is a shit club with highly exaggerated good reviews. The club is nothing more than just a small market to make sure that guests spend as much as possible. The staff are friendly but the security are really rude and impolite. If you want to compete with your neighbour Finns club then the club really needs to adjust it's program. The only guests I have seen there are rich Indonesian families who come there for a selfie. Not really the customers for a hot club venue.
Monday 10th of April 2023
Sunday 9th of April 2023
I am super glad I do not live anywhere close to Balis super beach club.I feel sorry for all the people that bought land near that club