The Best Nail Salons in Bali: 9 Trusted Nail Bars for Mani-Pedis

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Vacations are all about indulgence and what better way to treat yourself than with a trip to the salon? As well as the stylish hair bars and atmospheric spas, these best nail salons in Bali are the places to go for some tip-to-toe TLC.

Scruffy surfer chic might be in when it comes to your hair-do, but don’t let those cuticle beds be destroyed by sun, sea, and salty air. Plus, Bali is a fantastic place to pamper yourself with its world-class hospitality and signature Southeast Asian price tags.

From the island’s southern tip to the jungles of Ubud, a Shellac pedicure or nourishing hand scrub is never too far away. You’ll find everything in this guide, from prices and spa packages to plant-based products. So check out these nine nail bars to give your hands and feet a real treat because we know how much barefoot island life can take its toll. 

Maria Curau, Pererenan

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Maria Curau takes Bali’s affinity for holistic beauty and combines it with the upbeat atmosphere of the island’s trendiest salons. Bringing creative nail art and pampering pedicures to Pererenan, this natural salon is perfect for the eco-conscious glamor girl. 

Nestled in the paddy fields, natural and non-toxic products are the focus here. All designs are done freehand, and you can refuel with homemade Kombucha while you sit and get treated. The funky tropical aesthetics make this salon all the more inviting. 

  • Manicures / pedicures start at 300,000 IDR or $20.
  • Kids can get treated, too, starting from just 120,000 IDR or $8.
  • Nail art is 10,000 IDR per nail, just 70 cents.

Address: Jl. Munduk Kedungu No.45, Pererenan, Kec. Mengwi, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80351

Contact: +62 81 338 775 526, [email protected]

Opening Hours: 10 am to 7 pm daily. 

Rating: 5/5

Spring Spa, Canggu

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Offering an array of indulgent treatments, Spring Spa’s manicures are as chic as the interior. Experts at Balinese massage, Shellac, and body scrubs, all of which you can find wrapped up in your mani-pedi experience, this New Zealand-born spa group is the whole package. 

Enjoy a coconut or a cocktail from the fully-stocked health bar while you get pampered from fingertip to toe. You wouldn’t know Spring Spa was located right in the heart of bustling Canggu, with its serene ambiance and architecturally-perfected space.

  • You can book an express file and paint treatment for as little as 75,000 IDR or $5.
  • Shellac manicures and pedicures start at 300,000 IDR or $20. 

Address: Jl Raya Batu Bolong 83c, Canggu, Kuta Utara Badung, Bali 80361

Contact: +62 853 3844 7500, [email protected]

Opening hours: 9 am to 9 pm daily.

Rating: 4.5/5

Glo Day Spa & Salon, Sanur

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With high-quality imported products and specially trained nail technicians in hygiene and artistic techniques, Glo Day Spa & Salon is an award-winning salon group offering international hospitality. They have three other locations on the island in Seminyak, Canggu, and Nusa Lembongan, so no matter where your travels take you, you can make sure your next nail fix is never too far away. 

From nail art to bridal packages and four-hand massages, you’ll even find specialist male mani-pedis among their extensive menu of grooming staples. Our favorite thing about Glo Day is their no-smudge policy—should you chip a nail within 24-hours of treatment, they’ll re-do your manicure for free.

  • Their basic precision manicure is priced at just 195,000 IDR, or $13. 
  • Spa package manicures start at 300,000 IDR, $20. 
  • No-paint manicures / pedicures for men start at 175,000, $12.

Address: Gopa Town Centre, Jl. Danau Poso No.57, Sanur, Denpasar Selatan, Kota Denpasar, Bali 

Contact: +62 361 934 8844 / +62 813 53307 803

Opening hours: 10am to 6pm daily. 

Rating: 4.5/5

AU Nails, Canggu

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An authentic Balinese-run salon in the heart of Canggu, AU Nails is a one-stop shop for all things nails. With fast, no-nonsense service specializing in Shellac and nail art, AU is the place to go for contemporary talons and in-vogue designs. 

Check out their Instagram for a taste of the abstract prints, french tips, and ombre colors that AU Nails do for their clients daily.

  • Gel polish manicures start at 200,000 IDR, or $14. 
  • A full set with gel tips and polish starts at 450,000 IDR, or $30.
  • Gel polish pedicures are 270,000 IDR, $18.
  • Nail art starts at 50,000 IDR for a full set, or $3.50. 

Address: Jl. Raya Semat, Tibubeneng, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361

Contact: 0821-2449-8382

Opening hours: 11 am to 7 pm daily.

Rating: 4.2/5

La Beauté, Kerobokan

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Just because you’re on a backpacker’s budget doesn’t mean you can’t get pampered. La Beauté is a favorite among ex-pats and travelers for its inexpensive yet extensive menu, catering to all your modern beautifying needs. 

With several therapists, all specially trained in Shellac, you can get a host of treatments simultaneously. While one soaks your feet, another can buff your nails, and why not throw a shoulder massage in at the same time? You can easily spend an entire day within these four walls getting the spa treatment for a fraction of the price. 

  • Basic manicures start at 110,000 or $7.50, and 220,000 IDR or $15 for gel color
  • Pedicures start at 120,000 IDR or $8.50, and 230,000 or $16 for gel. 
  • Throw in a foot massage for just 60,000 IDR, $3.

Address: l. Pengubengan Kauh No.18, Kerobokan, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361

Contact: +62 361 847 6074

Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 10 am to 8 pm.

Rating: 4/5

Trove Artistry Bali, Canggu

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With a team of Australian and Indonesian technicians dedicated to their art, Trove is a leading beauty salon in Berawa, Canggu, specializing in Olaplex and Shellac. They’ve been named one of Bali’s best hair salons and brow bars, and their nail treatments are equally impressive.

They use only the highest quality nail products to create a dream manicure and pedicure every time. Industry leaders have trained each nail technician, and their ultra-modern space will leave you feeling pampered and zen. 

  • Express manicures with polish start at just 150,000 IDR, or $10, with a full set of acrylics costing 500,000 IDR or $35. 
  • Custom nail art is just 10,000 IDR or 70 cents per nail, and kids can get pampered too! From just 70,000 IDR, or $5 for a basic manicure. 

Address: Jl. Pemelisan Agung, Tibubeneng, Canggu, Kabupaten Badung, Bali

Contact: 0812-3969-9891

Opening hours: Monday to Saturday, 9 am to 6 pm.

Rating: 5/5

Flow Beauty Lab, Canggu

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Flow is an upscale and minimalist salon in Canggu offering professional hair, nail, and body treatments using state-of-the-art technology. Get pampered and relax with the latest in beauty science in a zen-like atmosphere.  

Flow is pioneering the use of the first acrylate-free gel nail color and powder in Canggu. The in-house CND Brisa Gel is hypoallergenic, non-yellowing, and odor-free. First-time visitors also get 30 percent of all treatments, and all clients can get a 10 percent discount if they book online. 

  • Flow’s signature manicure and pedicure with scrub and massage start at just 195,000 IDR, or $13.50.
  • Premium gel manicures and pedicures start at 360,000 IDR, or $25.
  • Kids under 12 can get treated for as little as 160,000 IDR, or $11.    

Address: Jl. Pantai Berawa, Tibubeneng, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361

Contact: +6287762842393 

Opening hours: 9 am to 8 pm daily.

Rating: 4.9/5

Esthetic, Uluwatu

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Treat your sore surfing hands and tired toes after a morning in Uluwatu’s wild waves at Esthetic Salon & Spa, located just minutes from Padang Padang Beach. A contemporary Bali nail bar in a relaxing bohemian setting, Esthetic will help you sink into laidback beach life and look good while you do. 

Esthetic is unique in that all their nail treatments use warm thermal gloves and socks to deeply nourish your cuticles and restore moisture in your nail beds. Not to mention they make a super cozy escape from barefoot life. 

  • Manicures start at 160,000 IDR, or $11, and pedicures at 175,000, $12.
  • Add gel color for 180,000 IDR, or $12.50, and french tips for 50,000 IDR, $3.50.
  • They even do nourishing dead skin removal for 95,000 IDR or $6.50. Perfect for salty surfers!

Address: Padang-Padang, Uluwatu, Jl. Labuan Sait, Pecatu, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361

Contact: +62818-0533-5701

Opening hours: 10 am to 9 pm daily.

Rating: 4/5

Nail Spa Bali, Ubud

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Specializing in OPI mani-pedis and their signature in-house scrubs, this Ubud nail spa is the most popular in the region, and for good reason. Located right in the heart of Bali’s spiritual center, minutes from the Sacred Monkey forest, Nail Spa Bali combines holistic treatments with modern style to cater to all of Ubud’s beautifying needs. 

From reparative hand and cuticle treatments and wedding packages to acrylic, gel, and 3D nail art services. The highly skilled technicians are trained using industry-leading brands to provide clients with truly personalized experiences every time. 

Indulge in a reflexology massage while you get your french tips; Nail Spa Ubud offers it all at an affordable price. Better yet, they’re open until 11 pm every day, so you’ll never miss out on post-work treatments or last-minute event prep. 

  • OPI manicures start at 150,000 IDR or $10, and a full set of nail art is 65,000 IDR or $4.50. 
  • Add acrylic extensions for 35,000 IDR or $2.50 per nail.
  • Indulge in a hand scrub or oil massage for just 60,000 IDR, or $4. 

Address: Jl. Monkey Forest, Ubud, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571

Contact: 0813-3904-0544

Opening hours: 9 am to 11 pm daily. 

Rating: 4.3/5

Can you get nails done in Bali? 

With its vital tourism industry, Bali has been infiltrated by western salons and is a great place to get your nails done to a high standard at a low price. Bali might be an island, but it’s a large one at that. It’s not uncommon to find industry-leading brands imported and stocked in all of Bali’s salons, with well-trained technicians ready to take to your nails. Bali is up-to-date with its hygiene standards and nail art know-how, and treating yourself to a pampering session on the Island of the Gods is highly recommended.   

How much does it cost to get your nails done in Bali?

Bali isn’t the cheapest Southeast Asian destination, but its popularity with tourists means you’ll benefit from international salon service at reasonable prices. It costs anywhere between 100,000 IDR or $7, and 500,000 IDR or $35 for a manicure in Bali, depending on where you go and the treatment you’re after. But generally, Bali is an inexpensive place to find western hospitality and high-quality grooming services. 

What do I need to know before going to a nail salon in Bali?

Like anywhere in the world, it’s essential to know what you’re after before heading to a salon in Bal. While technicians are there to guide you, it’s best to do your research, so you know the difference in treatments before forking out a small fortune on a new product. This is especially important in Bali with the language barrier you may face. It’s best to equip yourself with some Bahasa before hunting down any service on the island. Even though most people speak English, speaking the native tongue is a sign of respect and can help ensure you get the treatment you’re after. 

If you’re trying out an unfamiliar treatment, ask for allergen tests, and try to tip your technician afterward, whatever service you get. This is not customary in Bali, but workers typically get paid meager wages, and even a five percent tip could make a real difference. 

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Esmé is an English literature graduate and freelance writer. Originally from London, Esmé is lucky enough to call Bali home. Her travels have taken her from the far corners of the East to the islands of the Caribbean. When she's not writing, you'll find her lying on a beach somewhere, lost in a crime novel.