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Pyramid Club Bali offers an unforgettable night out for anyone looking for something unique and mysterious. The venue is popular with both locals and expats, and is one of the few places that play electronic dance music in the area. Located at the intersection of Legian and Kuta, between Kuta Central Park and Sunsets Road, it is right in the centre of a bustling clubbing district. The club opened its doors in December 2012, and since then has become known as a late-night establishment, only beginning to fill up at 2 a.m. Many visitors see it as the more exclusive alternative to the other after-hours club in the district, Deejay Club.

During the week, Pyramid Club becomes a low-key dining spot, offering an eclectic and delicious selection of dishes from steak sandwiches and smoked baby back ribs to shrimp tempura and chicken yakitori. The club’s décor is understated, and the building consists of a dining lounge and a relatively small dance floor with extensive bar, and a second floor that is generally used for private parties. The second floor is great if you’re wanting a more relaxed ambience, and the first floor is really just for dancing.

The club lures a diverse crowd of people in their 20s and 30s, and its peak time is 3 – 4 a.m. A huge variety of cocktails and drinks are supplied, ranging from 60k – 150k. You can book a table in advance, but you will be expected to purchase a bottle or two of wine. Smart casual dress code is enforced so make sure you don’t turn up in thongs and your beach clothes.

With its regular DJ events, wonderful service and great food and drinks, Pyramid Club is sure to show you a great time, and is definitely worth a visit if you’re looking for a classy after-hours venue.