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Photo Courtesy of Dasha Almazova

Marshmello, Martin Garrix, and Richie Hawtin were all on set at the grand opening of Bali’s newest and hottest joint—Omnia Dayclub Bali. Brought in by the Las Vegas-based Hakkasan Group, the first adults-only beach club was a full house during a weekend that saw VIP bungalows come with a price tag of a staggering USD$10,000 minimum charge each.

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Photo Courtesy of Dasha Almazova

Mounted on the cliffs of Uluwatu, Omnia boasts a fantastic location with unparalleled views of the Indian Ocean. Its pièce de résistance—what the club calls its “cube”—is a crystallised tower in the centre of the beach club that lights up in the dark. The cube was especially made to reflect the sun as it changes colour during the day. 

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Photo Courtesy of Dasha Almazova

Meanwhile, the club’s flagship Japanese restaurant, Sake No Hana, was built on an 80-metre plateau to maximise views. Guest Chef Hideki Hiwatashi was exclusively flown in from London to treat guests to a mesmerising variety of dishes at the closing of the fun-filled weekend.

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Photo Courtesy of Louis van Baar

Stay tuned for the upcoming video interview with Martin Garrix at the red carpet of the grand opening!

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Tags: Uluwatu, Hakkasan Group, Sake No Hana, Chef Hideki Hiwatashi, Martin Garrix, Omnia Dayclub Bali, Marshmello