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Get better acquainted with Bali’s best new day club
Ungasan’s Mȉnoo Beach Club has reopened its doors with a series of specials.
Ungasan resident Mȉnoo Beach Club has reopened its doors to Bali residents, introducing a number of September specials in celebration. Meaning ‘heaven’ in Persian, Mȉnoo Beach Club is a slice of paradise in the Bukit Peninsula. Settled alongside Melasti Beach in the pristine Ungasan region, the beachside venue is heavily inspired by the bohemian.
You’ll be able to visit the day club from September 1, with the venue open from 1.00pm on weekdays, and from 10.00am on weekends, until late. As a gift to its patrons, Mȉnoo has promised that on weekdays there will be no minimum spend required. On weekends there will be a minimal spend – think 500k per sun loungers, 400k for seated areas, and 600k for a private bungalow, seating 6. But as an added treat, the entrance fee will also be postponed until further notice.
A special menu has also been introduced to the seafood-favouring restaurant, with a number of new Indonesian dishes. Alongside September’s Family Package, which promises that kids eat for free. If it’s just the two of you, you can instead indulge in afternoon tea – a trio each of savoury and sweet snacks, alongside homemade jam and a glass of sparkling for Price IDR 250,000 per person.
Or forget about lunch and stick to a cocktail in the sun. Happy Hour everyday sees 2 cocktails available for 100k, 4 Heineken beers for 250k or 2 bottles of Heineken and 1 snack for just 150k.
Guests need not fear – in light of COVID-19, Mȉnoo Beach Club has also introduced strict protocols to ensure the health and safety of its guests. Perhaps most importantly, venue capacity has been reduced by 50%, and guests will be required to wear a mask at all times except when eating and drinking. Regular hand washing will also be encouraged, cashless pay introduced, and temperature checks required on entry. Team members are also required to have their temperatures checked before entering their working environment, as well as adhere to social distancing and don protective equipment including face masks, face shields and hand gloves.
Mȉnoo Beach Club
Jl. Penganyutan, Melasti Beach, Ungasan