What to do in Seminyak
Bali is the most iconic place in Indonesia and offers a wide variety of attractions and a ton of reasons why you should come and enjoy your vacation on the Island of God. Indonesia is known for their kindness to the foreigner, and warm welcomes from the Balinese while you spend your day roaming the street, rice fields, waterfalls, and the stunning sunsets whether you are on top of a volcano, cliff, or the beach itself!
Bali also offers excellent value for your money on almost everything, such as hotels, private villas, restaurants, coffee shops, spas, gyms, you name it. The unique and vibrant cultures, the gorgeous island, and the tropical climate all year round make Bali an ultimate holiday destination.
Walk Along The Beach
Feel the sand and water in between your toes; this is one of the ultimate ‘holiday’ feelings. Being a beach destination, it may seem obvious but it needs to be said. The beach changes in feel the further north you walk; if you can, try and walk up to Batu Belig.
Chill On The Beach With A Sunset Drink
Seminyak knows how to sunset. This is when Seminyak beach comes to life. Locals and visitors all flock to the beach, and the atmosphere is exceptional. There are so many amazing places to have a sunset drink in Seminyak so that you can pick a new location each night. This is one of the best things to do in Seminyak at night, at least to start the night.
Spend The Day At A Beach Club
Beach clubs are done right in Seminyak. There are a few to pick from. If it is your first time to Seminyak and feel like a beach club day, Potato Head or Ku De Ta are iconic picks. Think pool, cocktails, great food, beach, and beats.
Windows Shopping In Seminyak
When it comes to shopping in Seminyak, it is very abundant. From local Balinese furniture to Australian designers, Seminyak has boutiques and shops as far as you want to walk! The main street for shopping in Seminyak is Jl. Laksmana (Jl. Kayu Aya). Do walk and see what you find.
It is almost impossible to keep up with the number of incredible places to eat and drink in Seminyak. Local cuisine such as Nasi Padang and Ayam Betutu is a real temptation to try, or you can have Western, Chinese, or even Indian cuisine on Seminyak.
See Pura Petitenget Temple
From a Balinese Temple point of view, this temple is on the humble side compared to other temples in Bali. It is still worth a visit, and when there are ceremonies, it is always a great moment to experience.
Get a Massage
There is a lot to choose from. From a cheap beach massage to super luxurious spa bliss. Bali is known for its great Balinese massage technique, so give one a go.