Bali’s latest edition to its prestigious beach front settings Skai Beach Club as part of the Padma resort opened up its doors on Saturday to much applause and impressed the huge and happy attendance.
For those smart enough to come before sunset they were treated with a picture perfect backdrop as iconic Padma beach turned it on while surfing celebrity and DJ Mr Bennetts aka Adam Bennetts laid down a sundowner set that ticked all the right boxes for many things to come at Skai, tropical, friendly and accessible tunes that he has become known for.
As the food started to linger in the air and the sun began its path beyond the horizon Skai’s signiture beer concept -2 degrees could be seen enjoyed by many of the attendance while the ladies started to arrive in multiple numbers the plethora of cocktails started to steal the drinks menu choice with some many tempters it was a task in itself to order just one.
Next up the plate was Room4space – the mystery man of the night laid down some cosmic chorus’s and out of this world melodies and was a welcoming breathe of fresh air to enjoy some different vibes and share his take on what the disco does in 2015. As the clock struck 9 Cut Snake to much anticipation showed us why they have the hype with them right now. With the whole tropical house movement closely watched and followed right now these guys lead the pack. With their latest release ‘Jungle Shrimp’ gathering huge momentum it wasn’t a surprise that when they dropped it the crowd ate it up with much acknowledgement.
All in all what a night and what a turn out! Skai Beach club isnt just a magic spot to come and enjoy a sundowner cocktail or two but a venue thats got it all and much more to come! The bottle service is up there with any club on the planet with a list to choose from that many other clubs in Bali better take notice from including current popular selections like Crystal Skull Vodka & Patrone Silver! Whether you in Bali full time local or expat or visiting for a holiday its a place that has to be on your ‘to do list’