As Wikipedia says Seminyak is part of the main west cost in South Bali and also a beach town. Seminyak is also something of a night owl, with bars and clubs scattered along its beachfront like shiny seashells. During the day, adventures can pick from oceanic thrills such as surfing, scuba diving and beach-hopping. But if you’d prefer to just starfish on the sand, you are also in exactly the right place.
Let’s get ready to explore the most favourite of tourist places in Seminyak!
1.Ku De Ta
It is an essential item on a tourist’s tick list and a favourite with Seminyak’s international jetset, the beachfront restaurant, bar and beach lounge with a soulful soundtrack and prime Indian Ocean views. You should come here for cocktails, bar snacks, or come for dinner-heck.
2. Potato Head
It make sense to mention Potato Head and Ku De Ta in the same breath – they are both iconic Seminyak scenenesters with all the requisite Balinese charm: beach X-factor; a knack for tropical libations; delicious food; glam crow.
Indonesian architect Andra Matin is the man to thank for the open-air, amphitheatre structure, which stars a vibrant mish-mash of coloured antique shutters, salvaged from across Indonesia.
3. Pura Petitenget Temple
Pura Petitenget Temple is one of the few cultural attractions in Seminyak. This temple belongs to Bali’s Dang Kahyangan collection of sea temples founded by the legendary Hindu priest Dang.
Located at Petitenget beach, Balinese Hindus believe that the temple is protecting them from the sea. Pura Petitenget Temple has a special meaning to the local community and remains an active place of worship until today. Various religious ceremonies and annual festivals take place in the temple and directly at the beach in front of it.
4. Nyaman Gallery
Mixing modern and traditional vibes, Nyaman Gallery showcases an eclectic assortment of artworks-from street art-inspired canvas paintings to traditional bone sculptures and intricate blow-glass pieces. The spacious but intimate exhibit room invites you to immerse yourself in the atmosphere of ‘nyaman’, which is the Indonesian word for ‘cozy’.
5. Gin Sushi Restaurant
A new Japanese Restaurant in town. With the richness and abundance of seafood in Indonesia, inspired by the touch of contemporary Japanese cuisine style. Also it is a part of Capital Bali.
Gin Sushi offers the fresh gourmet sea meals, with the touch of sincerity. Themed with Japanese semi-fine dining ambience. It brings Seminyak area more colourful and hives.
6. Double Six Beach
I know Double Six is super touristy, but it is still one of the best locations in Bali to enjoy the sunset with some drinks. And you know how unreal the sunset can get in Bali when it’s a good day so you definitely want a good spot!
I recommend coming here around 4:35 pm, so that you will have plenty of time to walk along the beach. They have tons of bars and café lining up the beach with bean bags and live music, where you can just sit and relax at the end of the day before dinner. You can order cocktails, beers or smoke some Sisha while at it!
7. Bintang Supermarket
Bintang Supermarket is a one-stop shopping experience. It might not look like it from the outside, but they actually have decent selection for souvenir shopping. On the first floor, they have Balinese snacks and coffee you can take home for friends, as well as normal grocery stuff. They also have a non-perishabel souvenir section in the front of the shop right before cashier, stuff like wood carving, incense sticks, etc.
Alright, explore your passion and discover the vibes of Seminyak in your way. If you are holiday to Bali then you should stay in Seminyak.
Please comment below and let me know your experience!
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