New kid on the block JENJA lies within the Jakarta-run hotel compound TS Suites and is arguably one of Bali's more sophisticated nightclub venues (although that's not saying much). This one-stop dining and clubbing experience is housed within an ultra-slinky, split-level venue. The restaurant/bar on the upper floor has an open show kitchen serving authentic Middle Eastern cuisine, ideal for late dinners, and downstairs features an intimate, atrium-style club zone, low-ceilinged and dimly lit with a large square bar. Open Wednesdays to Saturdays from 11pm only, JENJA is a good bet for its later closing hours and for its dedicated music nights, with resident and guest international DJs. Set weekly events cover Wednesday nights' hip-hop, R&B, and funk (with a reputation as the best on the island), nu-disco and house music on Thursdays, and techno and house on even-busier Friday and Saturdays. Check Facebook for international DJ events.

Note that the VIP tables arranged around the club dance floor enforce a strict (and expensive) bottle service-only policy (whiskies, wines, cognacs, etc.). Your best bet is mixologist cocktails, sugar-free and concocted with fresh juices, propped up at the bar. The patrons are an eclectic cross section of expats, tourists, and the local Jakarta set (Bali's hipper nightlife and beautiful-people crowd), but casual-chic JENJA lacks pretensions for the most part. It also lacks ageism, outside an 18 and over policy.