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La Favela
Today 12AM–4PM, 5PM–2AM
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Jl. Kayu Aya No. 177X, Seminyak, Kuta Seminyak Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80561, Indonesia
Jl. Kayu Aya No. 177X, Seminyak, KutaIDBali80561
+62 361
Restaurant, Bar
Disco Club
Today 12AM–4PM, 5PM–2AM
Sunday 12AM–4PM, 5PM–2AMMonday 5PM–2AMTuesday 5PM–2AMWednesday 5PM–2AMThursday 5PM–2AMFriday 5PM–12AMSaturday 12AM–4PM, 5PM–12AM
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Mary Vranjes
a month ago
My daughter & I were in Bali & stumbled across this little gem. We had the best time & the food was fantastic. We sat near the pond & bridle, just wonderful. I let my daughter order the food as she is a real foodie. I got to experience e food I had never eaten before & it was all yummy. The Sangrias were out of this world. We arrived about five & didn't leave there until 12pm. Luckily we weren't driving!!!!
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Praveen Raj
a month ago
I love the music. The foods and beverages are the best with the best price. The only thing that concern is they are not respect local people. espesically the female usher when i went here on July 16th, they dumped locals. It's better you put entrance fee than dump people like that.
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Daniele Besana
a month ago
Went there in a Saturday night, the place is beautiful! Rustic decor and a garden in the middle, there's an authentic Bali feeling here. Forget about the plastic in westerners clubs. Nice crowd, kind of a surprise in Seminyak after being in Kuta. Last but not least, good music till around 4am.
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Sophie Finn
a month ago
On Friday evening, my boyfriend and I went to La Favela. Around 1am or 1:30am someone aggressively shoved me. My boyfriend protectively shoved the man back. He became overly aggressive and him and his friend started fighting with my boyfriend. Seconds later, he pulled out some type of BB or aerosoft gun and starting shooting at my boyfriend in the crowded club. He must of let off at least 8-10 shots before the gun was emptied. I grabbed the guy by the collar and held him, fearing that he would further attack my boyfriend. Meanwhile, his friend proceeded to attack my boyfriend in an attempt to hit him. At this point, security became involved, separating the two. My boyfriend and I became separated in all of this chaos. Fearing for my boyfriend, I let go of the shooter and went looking for my boyfriend. Only when I found him did I realize that I had actually been shot. There was blood all over my shirt, my left hand, and dripping down my left leg. The wound turned out to be pretty deep - I was shot in my left hand between my index finger and my second finger - and I ended up having to get a stitch later that night because the hole was deep and the bleeding wouldn't subside. (I also have the doctor's report from the clinic.) My boyfriend was also shot six times including his left arm, right shoulder, two shots in his chest and one shot in his right leg. Thankfully, his wounds appeared to be only superficial and the doctor was able to treat him as well. The club's response to this incident was extremely non-chalant. After seeing my wound, they proceeded to rinse my finger with water and put a bandaid over it without asking if I needed any further medical assistance. After my boyfriend demanded to see the manager, an unmarked security officer proceeded to seat us in a dark backroom with what seemed like no real intentions to follow up with us. My boyfriend went to follow up and the manger eventually came to speak with us. My boyfriend kept insisting that they must find the guy in the case that he did anything else stupid. They told him that they found two guys and they had been taken to the police station. The manager and the security officer then proceeded to escort us to the entrance of the club in an apparent attempt for us to leave. They clearly wanted to wash their hands of the incident and didn't seem to be concerned with our injuries, never once insisting or suggesting that I should receive medical attention. My boyfriend kept questioning why they didn't check anybody for weapons before allowing people to enter the club, but they didn't have an answer. My boyfriend also kept trying to figure out if there was anyway to press charges against the guy. At this point, the local police were also present and conversing with the manager, but in their local language so we could not understand. The police also did not seemed concerned. My boyfriend kept insisting that I needed to get stitches and was met with blank stares. Eventually, after threatening to get the embassy involved and take action against the club, another manager came down and gave us enough money for a taxi and medical expenses. It was clear that we were just a liability and they wanted us to leave.
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Wayne Yates
a month ago
Very good club to visit and a great atmosphere. Gets busy most nights and for the most part its a good crowd. However... Be careful of thieves. Two of my friends were pick pocketed in the club and items including my phone were stolen out of our backpack which was with us the whole time. These guys are pro's. I have made multiple attempts to contact management about the stolen items but no reply as of yet. Be careful! Other then that, its a great time!
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Daniel DeFranco
a month ago
Amazing atmosphere. This place is a really fun night out with a great bar location and indoor/outdoor seating. The decor is very trendy and unique. The prices are definitely on the higher side for Bali but I would still check it out.
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Dennis Alund
3 weeks ago
Updating my review from a previously better score, after a series of less tasteful treatments, on numerous occasions to some friends. Racism is a common description that has been used. Mostly towards male Indonesians, but not exclusively. Unless it's an open policy to run the establishment as a 1950 racial segregation theme park, then I think that it would be wise of the management to look over the customer service at the door.
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Kim Dong Gunn
a month ago
A great place to go at night, the vibe is lively, and has great music. However it can be too crowded at times (most of the time) and entrance could be a hassle with long lines. But once you're inside you are good to go with the great music.


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