One of the worst thing when you are out enjoying the tropical sun in Bali is missing your favourite sport show. Maybe the TV in your villa doesn’t provide international cable. Maybe your hotel simply don’t put enough importance to sport shows. Maybe your family (or traveling companions) are not invested enough to watch the sports with you—and they tend to occupy the TV to themselves. All in sudden, heading to stadium bar Bali comes as the best option; you get to see the sports event in big screens, you get to drink icy cold beers and tasty snacks, and you get to meet likeminded crowds to cheer together. You only need to check on what’s playing and hit the stadium bar, and joining in the huzzah as your favourite team plays. Lucky you, Bali have some of the best stadium bar to try on, and here’s some simple guides to help you enjoying your time to the most in any stadium bar Bali you are in.
Pick A Strategic Seat
This is the basic. You want to have a seat where you can see the TV (or projector screen) clearly, hear the sounds of the game clearly, and overall get clear idea of what’s going on the game. Pick a seat that’s not too far from the screens, and not too close. You don’t want to break your neck just for looking up to the screen for the whole two hours.
Get In Front Rows
Similarly, you would want an unblocked view to the screens. Big match tends to filled up rather quickly, so do your best to come as early as possible—especially on popular games such as World Cup football, Premiere League, Formula One, and Motor GP. Coming 30 minutes before the game would be perfect to secure your ideal seat before your preferred stadium bar Bali get loaded with crowds.
Stalk Their Social Media
It never hurts to stalk the venue before going in, especially if you have listed all stadium bar Bali you want to visit. Take a peek at what kind of sport they are playing in tonight, what does the bar look like, or maybe what promotion they are offering at the moment, if there’s any.
Order Beers and Light Meals
Though you can always order “classier” drinks like wine, bourbon, or sip some gin, nothing can beat cold beers to accompany the rush of adrenalines from watching games. Pair it up with platters, fritters, or simple fries. You want something easy to much while your eyes are busy on the screen. Big meals need more hands and eye coordination and a lot more focus—save it for the end of the game.