Party with live DJ at Manarai Beach House Bali
End this year witnessing live performances from international artist invited by Manarai Beach House. Photos courtesy of Manarai Beach House/NOWJAKARTA

On New Year’s Eve, Manarai Beach House will present the Carnival of Rhythm, a beach party where one could enjoy live entertainment and stylish culinary gem in a tropical surrounding. For those travelling to Bali to celebrate the New Year, Manarai is the lifestyle destination people look for.

Colliding sounds from around the world, Ismaya’s first beach club in Nusa Dua will be hosting international artists to perform on the stage. The performances include rhythms of traditional drums by percussionist Yaala Kon and local Bali-based talents such as Mistral, Adrian Giordano and DBRA. During the tropical carnival, Angela Lopez Laran will complete the experience with Flamenco Bailaora dance, followed by other performances that blend local and international culture in the one-night carnival, on 31 December.

Starting from 5pm on Tuesday, guests will get a chance to enjoy the sunset tight at the beachfront while enjoying a diverse range of international cuisine and drinks available on the menu. 

Table packages are also available for those would like to bring a group of friends to the carnival. The Earlybird is priced starting from IDR 550,000 and it can be purchased at The ticket is also available on the spot at Manarai. A dinner package is also available with a minimum spend of IDR 800,000 per pax, inclusive of a ticket for the event. 

Since the opening last year, Manarai has been gaining its popularity among partygoers and tourist visiting Bali, offering world-class music and entertainment such as the tropical music festival Sunny Side Up to performances from Elrow, Charlotte de Witte, Jonas Blue and A$AP Rocky.

For more information and reservations, call/Whatsapp +62 8111 392 727 or email to

Manarai Beach House

Jalan Nusa Dua
Benoa, Bali 80363
T: +62 8111 392 727
IG: @manaraibali
FB: @ManaraiBeachHouseBali

Rintang Azhar

Rintang Azhar

Rintang is a previous staff writer for NOW! with experience in hard news and lifestyle journalism. He specialises in art, design, culture, fashion, environmental, and urban issues.