Seminyak is known as the more elegant and subdued counterpart of Kuta. Already staying in Seminyak? Great. If not, you can easily reach Seminyak from Kuta, Legian, Nusa Dua, and Denpasar. Depending on where you’re from, it only takes 15 minutes to 40 minutes to reach Seminyak as long as traffic is not congested.
State your inner shopaholics
Seminyak has an abundance of shops or any fine items you could imagine. You’re going to love Seminyak if you consider yourself a shopaholic. Clothes, furnitures, accessories, and many other fine stuff are abundant.
There are simply numerous of boutiques lining up the street. Some of the labels you can find are Auguste the Label, Magali Pascal, Bali Boat Shed, and Paulina Katarina are simply a few among hundreds and maybe even thousands that you can browse to your heart’s content.
You can find lines of shops virtually anywhere in the Seminyak area. From Jalan Raya Seminyak to Jalan Kayu Aya—wherever you decided to go, you’re bound to find something you fancy.
Get Funky in Dream Museum Zone Bali (DMZ)
This place is also known by the name Trick Art 3D Gallery. Fun life-sized artworks and installation are what you should expect from this fun 3D museum.
Make sure to get your camera ready because that’s why you’re coming to this place! You won’t get short of fun Instagram pictures to post as a fun memory for from your Bali trip. Unleash your inner kid!
Visit Seminyak’s fun dining places
As previously mentioned, Seminyak has an abundance of fancy establishments. Some of the most popular beach clubs in Bali are located in the area.
Potato Head Beach Club is one among the most popular beach clubs you need to visit. The clubs and restaurants are particularly great venue for social activities. Strike a conversation with strangers or simply have fun with your travel companion.
Jemme Dining is another one of Seminyak’s fancy dining establishments. Prices are still quite affordable. The highest price for starters is less than 100,000 IDR (approximately 7 USD) while the main courses cost less than 300,000 IDR (less than 25 USD).
Prepare your budget if you fancy coming to Seminyak’s many fancy dining establishments and fun beach clubs!
Stay in nice villas
One of the things Seminyak is known for is the many beautiful villas in the area. Prices can also be super affordable, depending on what you’re looking for.
You can even spend less than 50 USD per person and still feel like a nobility. Some of those inexpensive villas are Villa Oberoi, Villa Yogan, and Villa Arta. But if you want to stay in luxury villas Seminyak, you can try Hu’u Bali.
Remember that villa and rent prices in general is also affected by high and low seasons, so make sure to do your research and check with your departure dates!
Enjoy Seminyak’s beaches
What’s Bali without its gorgeous beaches? If you’ve had enough of Pantai Kuta and its crowd, then Seminyak may be the place for you. Beaches with beach clubs such as La Plancha is going to be more crowded, but still not as much as Kuta does.
Some of the beaches worth visiting are Double Six beach, and Seminyak Beach Resort and Spa.