Bali is one of those destinations that is ideal for budget travellers with accommodation to suit and places to eat that don’t scare the shit out of your wallet. Bali also is a fabulous place for those who are, shall we say, less worried about money. The constant infrastructure in Bali lends itself to both of these travellers.
It never ceases to amaze me at the amount of new hotels being built, restaurants opening and the number of places where you can rage-your-bum off and rock n’ roll to your heart’s delight. New places of entertainment such as the recently opened Potato Head Club in Seminyak.
I read about this amazing new place in a newspaper today and although not as good as Ku De Ta, it certainly gives the place a run for its money, so to speak According to the article: The facade of this towering venue is pretty cool. Designed by Indonesia’s architect-of-the-moment, Andra Matin, the exterior of the horseshoe-shaped amphitheatre is covered in more than 12,000 vintage teak shutters, recycled from Dutch colonial-era buildings scattered across the Indonesian archipelago.
Then there are the amazing flavours bursting from Potato Head’s dishes and cocktails such as the Kookaburra, which boasts an exciting mix of lemongrass- infused gin, vanilla, lemon juice and delicious passionfruit foam.
Potato Head Beach Club is located on Jalan Petitenget, Seminyak.