Seminyak

Seminyak isn’t a traditional Balinese village and it isn’t for visitors looking for relaxation, but it has a charm all its own. Seminyak is located on the southwest coast of the island, directly adjacent to Kuta and Legian, and can be reached in around 30 minutes via private car or taxi service.

Seminyak Best Things to Do

Essential Bali, Indonesia
Essential BaliSeminyak

Just like the title suggests, this tour takes you to some of the most important cultural sights in all of Indonesia. You’ll get to see some of the oldest sacred monuments as well as some of the most well-known. These historic sites are situated in the stunning Balinese countryside, which is a national treasure all by itself. Your tour ends with a traditional Balinese blessing at a rural temple – here, you’ll be able to soak up the many centuries of Hindu and Buddhist tradition.

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Exotic Street Food Safari, Indonesia
Exotic Street Food SafariSeminyak

Bali’s street food offers an enticing smorgasboard of grilled meats, sweet trees, and toothsome noodle dishes. You might feel overwhelmed by all the delicious looking options, so get a solid orientation on this carefully curated tour of the Balinese street food scene. Meet your guide in Seminyak and then make the trip to Denpasar, a less well-known destination and the perfect place to find authentic street food.

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Area Guide

When the popularity of Kuta and Legian became too much for many visitors to handle, Seminyak soon became the next Bali hotspot. Expats and tourists began flocking to the swanky beachfront clubs, sprawling resorts, and upscale restaurants. There's also a nice selection of swanky shops.

Seminyak is now just as bustling as its neighbors and the beachfront draws a crowd, although it's typically less crowded than Kuta or Legian beach. Visitors flock to Seminyak for the sunset. Beach bars offer brightly colored bean bags and traditional Balinese umbrellas where visitors can sip a cocktail while they watch the sun go down.

If you’re visiting Bali for tranquility, rice fields, and a true cultural experience, it’s best to bypass Seminyak. It’s a great stop for visitors who want nightlife, shopping, and easy access to the Denpasar airport.