Travel Information and Highlights

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An introduction to Seminyak

Seminyak is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Bali. People gravitate here for that little bit of luxury and relaxation that lacks in its neighbours Kuta and Legian. Think boutique shopping, luxury spas, a range of dining options, and beach bars. It has a huge variety of shops, including boutique clothing stores, furniture stores, markets and art galleries. There is something to suit everyone’s taste of food, with local warungs and fine dining, and a variety of international cuisines. Seminyak is buzzing with people and things to do. You could easily spend an entire day at the beach. Or getting Balinese massages and other spa treatments. Or shopping. Or eating. Or a little bit of all the above. We particularly love Seminyak’s breakfast and brunch offerings. One thing you shouldn’t miss is watching a beautiful sunset either on the beach or at one of the many beach bars. Seminyak has something for everyone, but we would definitely recommend combining your trip to Bali with another area. If you’re only in Bali for a short time this area is probably a great base. But if you have longer, venture out to Ubud, Uluwatu, the north of Bali or the east coast.

What’s nearby?

Kuta and Legian (walk or taxi). Depending on traffic… Canggu is 20 minutes by taxi. Jimbaran is 30 mins – 1 hr south. Uluwatu is 45 mins – 1 hr south. Ubud is about 1 – 1.5 hrs away. Seminyak is just north of Legian and Kuta, so it’s easy to explore these areas into part of your day. You could also head north to Canggu for the delicious food, beaches, or bike rides through the rice terraces (although this is probably best done when staying in Canggu). Another option is visiting Tanah Lot, a Balinese Temple on the coast. You could do a day trip to Ubud although I think staying there would be much more enjoyable. And then there is always a tasty seafood dinner on the beach in Jimbaran.

Popular attractions in the area

Echo Beach: Though Bali has n number of surfing spots, Echo Beach was started considered to be an important spot for surfing very recently. The local name is Pantai Batu Mejan and the location is famous because of a significant Balinese Hindu sea temple. The advanced reef breaks, the extensive black crystals on the shore, beautiful sunset views from the beach and a number of lip-smacking sea food delicacies available at the beach cafes etc bring the beach to a vantage point from where everything looks amazing. The black beach is extended up to 35 kms northwest of Kuta and Seminyak. The beach shares space with the verdant green fields of Canggu and other locations like Berawa, Pererenan, Seseh etc. Activities: The beach is famous for surfing, sunbathing, swimming, wake boarding, relaxed strolls etc. It is the best choice to have a leisure time with your family or a garden of miracles to capture some amazing photographs.

Oberoi Flea Market: For a quick shopping in Seminyak, you can run into the vast arena of multiple items ranging from clothes to leather bags to shoes. Among the menagerie of shopping that can be seen in Bali, selecting the flea market is a choice to be made out of a dice but it is worth spending some time before you return to your native. You can stroll around and find the colourful designs printed on clothes and similar items. The shops are arrayed in a beautiful way so that you will feel at ease to cover all of them in one go. You are free to bargain and grab the best summer and beach fashion collections from here. Highlights: Though the price of the items may become higher related to what you get in Kuta, the quality of the product is competitive and the difference in designs would make you fall for the items displayed. Those who would love to spend some relaxed time before your flight, this small market with a lot of stuff will help you.

Jalan Laksmana: Are you a shopaholic? Head straight to Jalan Laksmana that is truly a shoppers paradise as here you can find everything. From the small food stalls to the trinkets hops there is something for everyone. This place is dubbed as the shopping capital of Bali and is the main strip of Seminyak. At this place, you can shop trendy outfits at the designer stores or can test your bargaining skills with the street vendors. This is a 1 km long road where you can find literally everything, be it fashion, furniture, or basic homewares. Apart from this, here you can also shop for precious accessories like bangles, lockets, rings, pendants, and a whole lot more of it. There are multi-concept stores that sell a lot of things so that you need not visit a dozen stores and buy the best from one place. Highlights: Jewelry shops, food restaurants and stalls, trendy outfits shops, and a whole lot more of local handicrafts.

Seminyak Beach Resort: One of the most sought in the list of places to visit in Denpasar, this a luxury beach resort area snuggled in the southern region of Bali. Offering a whole wide list of lavish villas, high-end shopping places, and countless other things, this is an unmissable part. If you wish to calm yourself down, then you can visit the traditional Balinese style spas but if adventure is your agenda of a vacation then you can witness the enthralling water sports at the beaches. Be it a world-class resort or a lit nightclub, this place lacks nowhere and caters to all the needs of a vacationer.

Biasa Art Space: Biasa Artspace is a conceptualized contemporary art gallery accompanied by a designer boutique in Bali and Jakarta. Founded by Susanna Perini in 1994, it is a platform where art merges with retail to deliver a sense of co-living with the abstract. People with an elite sense of art are usually captivated by this unique combination of artistry and its application in the form of clothing, home essentials, decor and many more. The initial idea of Biasa was dissolving art, thought, and culture into clothing and lifestyle. However, in the course of time, its expansion added a voice to Indonesian art and artists when Perini in 2005 began the art space to support and exhibit their work. Ideologically, Biasa as a brand is identified for its creative cuts, artisanal details, organic use of dyes and lenin along with rich handmade detailing to slay a tropical summer look. If your fashion choices are classy, subtle and sophisticated, this is the brand to look out for. The linen clothing here with creative designs reflect symbolism and a sense of individual uniqueness. You can expect to find an item of comfortable clothing that you wouldn’t want to let go because of the light, soft and cherishable feel of it. You could also find interesting home wear, accessories and home decor here. Adding to fashion, a tour across this art space is a visual treat as it exhibits works of various Indonesian and artists across the world such as Ivan Sagita, Jumaldi Alfi, Marco Cassani, Narcisse Tordoir, Fendry Ekel, Shira Wachsmann, Zohar Fraiman and many more. Visiting this place to look out for the latest works of artists is one thing you must add in your itinerary if you pay a visit to Bali.

Eat Street Seminyak: Resting amidst the vibrant streets of the famous island of Bali lies the Seminyak’s Eat Street is a road which is located at a distance from the upmarket beach clubs. This is one of the most famous areas to find some of the locally famous restaurants and bars. Out of all the locations in Seminyak, this is one of the most popular places for bar hopping and experiencing the nightlife of Bali. Stretched across the area of Jl Raya Seminyak to Jl Kayu Aya till the Jl Raya Petitenget, this street is a haven for the culinary enthusiasts. The dining places at this street are endless and the foodies out there can find a wide range of food options. Starting from the traditional Balinese food to the authentic Italian and Japanese cuisines, there is a lot to explore. From the fancy and chic restaurants to the hip bars and cafes, the food enthusiastic travelers can find a wide array of places to eat. This is considered to be the first area in Bali which has laid the food culture on the island. The Eat street is also called the ‘Jalan Laksman’ and ‘Jalan Oberloi’ in Seminyak. Surrounded by the wall-to-wall blue taxis and scooter which clogs up this narrow strip in Seminyak, the eat street is truly a haven for the enthusiastic foodies. To know more about the Eat Street Seminyak, here is a handy guide which will give an insight into some of the best places to eat and popular things to do around.

Tanah Lot Temple (Pura Tanah Lot): Tanah Lot Temple is one of Indonesia’s most popular religious attractions. Commonly referred to as the “temple of the rock,” this temple off the coast of Bali is set upon a black-stone peninsula that juts into rippling waters. Incredible ocean views, clear mountain air, and a deep spiritual connection draw visitors to this unique sight.

Canggu: Long an under-the-radar destination for surfers, Bali’s Canggu beach district boasts some of the island’s most vibrant nightlife. Set on the west coast north of Seminyak and south of Tanah Lot, it draws party lovers, surfers, and yoginis with a vibrant blend of wave-pounded beaches, serene rice fields, and top-notch bars and restaurants.

Bajra Sandhi Monument (Monumen Bajra Sandhi): In a popular park in the heart of Denpasar, the Bajra Sandhi Monument stands 148 feet (45 meters) tall, an impressive tribute to the struggles of Balinese people throughout history. The ground floor houses a 3D-trick-art museum, the second floor is home to dioramas, and the top floor offers sweeping views across the city.

Bali Museum (Museum Negeri Propinsi Bali): Located in the heart of Denpasar, the Bali Museum (Museum Negeri Propinsi Bali) houses the island’s biggest and best collection of historic and cultural artifacts. Dark and hard to navigate, it’s home to precious textiles, ancient relics, dance costumes, masks, and everyday and ceremonial objects from across the island.

Badung Market (Pasar Badung): Pasar Badung (Badung Market) is Bali’s oldest and largest market, at the heart of the island’s capital, Denpasar. The 4-story structure burned down in 2016, and while a replacement is underway, most stallholders are housed in and around a converted supermarket. Besides being Bali’s number-one fruit and vegetable market, it’s great for street food.

Denpasar: Home to around 800,000 people, Bali’s bustling capital, Denpasar, is a vibrant and multicultural city that most visitors skip over in favor of beaches and/or rice fields. Besides being home to the island’s best street food and largest markets, Denpasar offers attractions including parks, monuments, sculptures, and the Bali Museum.

Batu Belig Beach (Pantai Batu Belig): There’s no charge to visit Batu Belig Beach, although locals do apply a small parking fee. Most travelers arrive independently, though some come as part of a beach- and bar-hopping tour. Spend the day catching rays or friendly waves, or pass the evening at one of the beach’s simple bars or vibrant beach clubs. Surfboards and sun loungers are available for rent on the beach, though watching a stunning sunset reflect on the dark sands is absolutely free.

Finns Beach Club: With the choice of 4 pools, 9 bars (including 2 swim-up pool bars), 6 restaurants, daily DJs, live Vocalists, stunning sunsets and night surfing, Finns Beach Club offers it all across 170m of absolute oceanfront at the famous Berawa surf break. All this only 10 minutes from Seminyak. Visitors to Finns can laze away the day in the sun from the comfort of single and double day beds on a white sand beach, or Party Beds located directly in the lagoon pool. Families are catered for at the Gazebo Pool, and Adults only at the 41 metre VIP Oceanfront infinity pool surrounded by double day beds each catering for up to six people. The striking bamboo structure was specifically designed to allow every guest a guaranteed sunset view. Enjoy the unbeatable 180 degree ocean views whilst listening to the cool tunes from Resident DJ’s daily and live vocalists. Celebrate at Finns: we offer a truly special and unique venue to host your next event.

Where to eat in Seminyak?

Whether you’re after pizza perfection, fiery local fare, or the best dry-aged steak Rupiah can buy, you’re in the right place. Scroll down to find out where to eat in Seminyak with our picks of the best cafes and restaurants Seminyak has to offer.

Noah: Part of the Dubai-based BDC conglomerate, this sleek Seminyak eatery plates up international cuisine mingled with Asian flavours. Chicago-raised chef Richard Phelps is the man behind the menu, and his love of seafood shines through. Imaginative sushi rolls, a raw seafood bar, fusion dumplings, rich Indian curries, and unique takes on satay (grilled Indonesian meat skewers) are just a taste of what’s on offer. There are also Western favourites, like charcuterie boards and hand-tossed Neapolitan-style pizzas. It’s a cliche, but there’s literally ‘something for everyone’.

Spice Mantraa Seminyak: Spice Mantraa Seminyak takes Indian fine dining to the next level. Signature dishes include the spice-laced mulligatawny soup and smoked butter chicken. As with traditional Indian food, vegetarian options are plenty, and very creative. Spiced mixed potatoes cooked in the tandoor, spiced paneer (Indian cottage cheese) with spinach, and deliciously healthy Dal Makhani are just a few of the highlights. Each plate is a work of art, and served with a touch of theatre.

Corner House: There is a reason that when you drive past the Corner House it’s always busy! Passionately serving an enormous Western menu with some traditional Balinese faves, the food at this buzzing Seminyak eatery is packed with flavour and perfect for sharing. Chef Yudi’s kitchen is open all day, and the variety (and portions) are huge. Treat yourself to their Breakfast Burrito or their Breakfast bowls of goodness to kick off your day or take up the challenge of the Corner House burger over lunch. With a juicy Angus patty and all the gourmet trimmings, you’ll be in burger heaven. Coffee lovers, whether you want to dine in or take away, the Expat Coffee in-store will keep you well caffeinated during your time in Bali. For a girls’ night with a difference, why not book in for one of their cocktail master classes? With six boozy cocktail concoctions, it’s guaranteed to get the good times flowing! Then as the sun goes down Corner House delivers live music and DJs from 6 pm for your toe-tapping pleasure!!! Family-friendly, fun and affordable, you won’t leave Corner House disappointed. They even offer a delivery service in Seminyak, Legian, Petitenget & Kerobokan. Head to their website to see the full menu.

Merah Putih: If you’re searching for somewhere that offers the real ‘wow factor’ in both its venue and flavours – look no further than Merah Putih restaurant in central Seminyak. Its impressive cathedral-like interior is the perfect all-weather venue and ticks all the boxes as an ideal location to celebrate a special event or intimate date night. Their scrumptious Indonesian-inspired menu is brought to you by Balinese chef Wiwik and is a true celebration of the archipelago. We love the authentic flavours of the Babi Panggang (slow-roasted pork belly), Tonseng Kambing (spiced lamb curry) and crispy Perkedel Jagung (sweetcorn fritters). Also on offer is an indulgent Chef’s Tasting Menu which is definitely not to be missed! And with plenty of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options clearly marked on the menu, no one needs to be denied this feast for the senses! Expert mixologists are on hand to create the perfect accompaniment to your meal, whether you are looking to try one of their specially crafted cocktails or a (large) glass of their many imported wines. Merah Putih certainly has all the right ingredients to become your new favourite Seminyak dining destination!

Cocoon Day Club: While you’re around the area, why not unwind for a bit while having some delectable treats at Cocoon Day Club? This Seminyak day club offers a range of casual dining menus, from light bites to full meals. Have some mouthwatering Asian delights, or go with the Western options to ignite your culinary senses! Cocoon’s menu options cater to various dietary preferences, so no worries – there will be something to satisfy everyone’s taste buds. And of course, no day by the beach is complete without refreshing icy cold drinks, Cocoon has special drink offers to keep you cool! Craving for a quick and convenient meal? You can grab the Coffee + Brunch package…in fact you can get coffee from as early as 6am at Cocoon. Icy cold Bintang beer buckets are available too….perfect for when you are taking a dip in their stunning pool. If you decide to stay longer for a picturesque sunset session in Bali, don’t miss the afternoon happy hour where you can buy 2 get 3 cocktails from 4 pm to 7 pm everyday. As a bonus, you will get the most breathtaking sunset view as Cocoon Day Club is just right by Double Six Beach!

Vagabondo: Set foot inside the world of Vagabondo, where every plate tells a tale of travel and taste! Right in the heart of bustling Seminyak, it’s a gastronomic scene inspired by the world’s roaming Vagabonds, who’ve tasted life everywhere. Try their refreshing smoked octopus carpaccio, delicious platting of avocado and tzatziki, or charred amberjack to fire up your exciting dinner! They also have exquisite salad options if you want something lighter. At Vagabondo, the culinary team is dishing out a one-way ticket to Modern Greek Cuisine. Beyond just food, their dining adventure transcends taste – it’s a delightful journey to the sunny Mediterranean coastlines. Time to savour the globe at your plate, one bite at a time!

Mrs Sippy: There are plenty of reasons to visit Seminyak’s favourite Mrs Sippy. With its winning combination of delicious eats, creative cocktails, chilled poolside vibes and funky beats – it’s the perfect place to spend the day. And now this hangout haven has cranked up the excitement metre this August with their latest culinary experience – the Mrs Sippy Seafood Market! An ode to the traditional Jimbaran-style grill, the Mrs Sippy Seafood Market is a celebration of all things coastal cuisine. Get ready to dive into a seafood sensation with classic Balinese favourites, such as barbecued whole red snapper and fresh barramundi. As well as perfectly cooked baby octopus, clams, crabs, prawns and even lobster! We all know that no BBQ is complete without a decent assortment of sides – and here they’ve got you covered serving up all the favourites, as well as three authentic sambal spices to accompany your meal. There are also plenty of additional seafood-inspired dishes on offer – from crispy salt and pepper calamari, succulent Baja fish tacos and hearty snapper burgers. And you can always quench your thirst with Mrs Sippy’s killer line-up of cocktails! Ranging from classics like Espresso Martinis, to their signature sips such as Watermelon Mule and Cucumber Fizz. And if sharing is more your thing, they have plenty of jugs and pitchers to try, including the infamous Sippy Froze! Why not save yourself a trek to the Jimbaran Markets and enjoy this seafood fiesta from the comfort of central Seminyak? Running daily from 5:00 till closed. Mrs Sippy Seafood Market is an absolute must-visit!

Barbarossa: Nestled in the middle of vibrant Seminyak, you will find the laid-back and welcoming atmosphere of Barbarossa. This newly opened Mediterranean-inspired bistro and deli offers a deliciously diverse menu, inspired by Italian, French and Spanish cuisine with a local twist. Their combination of mouth-watering flavours and fresh local ingredients are sure to be a hit with all the family – serving up homemade traditional pasta dishes that would make Nonna proud! From authentic risottos to succulent meat and fish dishes, gourmet wood-fired pizzas and temptingly decadent desserts, Barbarossa is a lip-smacking must-visit for food enthusiasts!

Jackson Lily’s: Compelling dish selections and a one-of-a-kind large event space, Jackson Lily’s covers all that! Situated in the heart of Seminyak, this restaurant is an excellent option for friendly gatherings and private family occasions. With a modern-comfortable venue setting and signature Balinese hospitality, you will never feel far from home – even when you are. Jackson Lily’s highlights include their famous 1-meter-long pizza and beer, BBQ Sticky Ribs, Chicken Salad, the famous 696 Combo, and Today’s catch – featuring fresh seafood dishes like lobster, prawns, mud crab, oysters & fish. Chef Dean Keddell embraces an array of cooking styles from Europe and Asia when it comes to seafood, reflecting Jackson Lily’s East meets West philosophy.

Bloom: Discover Bloom – a hidden oasis right in the heart of Seminyak where time slows down and the good times flow! Immerse yourself in the lushness of the tropical gardens of this breezy and spacious cafe where you can brunch, lunch or dine in true Bali style. Located just a stone’s throw away from the beach and with convenient car parking facilities, this is definitely one of our top Seminyak finds! Prepare your tastebuds for some mouthwatering eats, with brunch delights such as classic Eggs Benedict to crave-worthy breakfast burritos and heavenly smoothie bowls, they’ve got all your favourites covered! They even offer a wide range of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options that are as tasty as they are nourishing. And let’s not forget the magic of Happy Hour, where the good times flow from 3:30 pm to 9 pm every day! Sip on handcrafted signature cocktails that are sure to bring on those holiday vibes. Our favourites have to be the refreshing Blue Colada and captivating Butterfly Pea Martini! With live music every Tuesday and Friday from 6 pm to 9 pm and Sunday afternoons from 1 pm to 3 pm, it’s the perfect soundtrack to your Bali escape. Get ready to soak up the flavour and watch your happiness bloom!

Bali Wasabi Sushi Train: Located in the heart of Seminyak’s Eat Street, Jalan Kayu Aya, you can dine on sushi, dumplings, and ramen until your stomach is content. With a stunning bamboo design, Wasabi Sushi Train is one of our favourite venues to drop into when we have a hankering for sushi. Serving maki rolls, nigiri, sashimi and their own signature rolls, there is no shortage of choice! There isn’t only sushi on the menu though, their steamed dumplings are not to be missed, and the ramen is worth slurping on too. We find it hard to stray from the sushi and dumplings, but you’ll also find fresh salads and hot plates cooked to order on the menu too! There are a range of vegan offers on the menu, including 4 varieties of their famous dumplings.

Naughty Nuri’s Seminyak: Like its sister outlets in Ubud and Sanur, Nuri’s Seminyak is famous for its triple-strength cocktails, killer pork ribs, and fun atmosphere. The legendary ribs — smothered in Balinese spices and barbecue sauce and grilled over charcoal — are a must-try. But there’s plenty more worth shouting about, including the juicy beef short ribs and the whole roasted ayam bakar (chicken) served with lashings of sambal matah (sliced chilli condiment). Then there are the cocktails; so strong that it’s impossible to drink more than five (and walk out!).

Santorini Greek Restaurant: Step inside this blue-and-white themed eatery, and you’ll be transported to the sun-drenched shores of Greece. And we think the fresh and fragrant Greek cuisine translates really well in Bali. Dive into the dips (hummus, tzatziki, baba ghanoush), pig out on pittas filled with grilled pork, chicken, or falafel; or sit and savour one of their deliciously more-ish moussakas.

Bali Nightlife

We’ve all had those nights where quiet drinks with friends turns into a big night out at a club, dancing and partying until the early morning. In Seminyak, this is the norm, and hard to resist. A sunset tipple can quickly become a pub crawl around all the best night clubs in town having a fun time with your loved ones. Even for the non-drinkers, the clubs in Seminyak are great for enjoying music, spending time with friends and emerging onto the Bali social scene – everyone knows everyone! Canggu may have earned the new title of must-go party spot, but let’s not toss aside Seminyak just yet. There are some amazing clubs that you have to try out!

La Favela – Jl Kayu Aya: La Favela is one of the most well-known night clubs in Seminyak that thrives from the early evening into the morning hours. The iconic spot has multiple dance floors, talented DJs and numerous bars that makes getting the next round a little less crowded. If it’s your first time exploring Seminyak nightlife, La Favela is a great place to start. In the heart of Oberoi Street, close to restaurants and beach clubs, you can stop by after sunset drinks or dinner with your loved ones. Playing the latest hits, serving up branded alcohols and providing a safe and secure environment where you can let loose and party, La Favela has earned its top spot as one of the best clubs in Seminyak. A mixture of locals and tourists, with indoor and outdoor spaces, and plenty of room to sit when you’re tired of dancing, this chic and trendy place is a great night out.

Mirror Lounge & Club – Jl Petitenget: Mirror Lounge & Club is a sprawling extravagant club located on the main street of Petitenget. The gothic cathedral space features towering ceilings hung with neon lasers, mosaic glass features and intricate mysterious decor. If you are looking for a place to party the night away with epic tunes and impressive drinks, this is the place to do it. The weekly events host numerous well-known DJs, lure in new crowds each night and provide a fun night of dancing and drinking with your friends. Many of the clubs in Seminyak have a relaxed and tropical style, but Mirror Lounge & Club stands out from the rest and is worth a visit.

Red Ruby – Jl Petitenget: Drawing inspiration from the classic 70s disco scene, Red Ruby is an underground escape merging with a relaxed Bali atmosphere. Sat in the heart of Seminyak, this late night hub is the place to go when you really want to party. The spacious neon lit dance floor is surrounded with private booths and tables where you can take a break after dancing to your favourite tunes. With table bottle services and friendly staff, you don’t need to worry about queueing up at the bar and wasting good partying time. For a birthday or special celebration, Red Ruby is one of the best clubs in Seminyak for a first-class party experience.

Potato Head Beach Club – Jl Petitenget: Everyone knows that you can spend long days in the sun lounging beside the Potato Head pool, and looking out over the ocean. But the hotspot venue also hosts some of the best parties on the island with famous DJs, pop stars and influencers. Their huge events draw in guests from all over the island to party down to the best music with the beach just steps away. Under the night sky, you can sip cocktails and spend time with your loved ones in nightclub luxury. With private sections to relax, and spacious dance floors to show off your best moves, a night at Potato Head is a night to remember – or not, depending on how many cocktails you drink.

ShiShi – Jl Petitenget: Each of the 3 levels of ShiShi offer a different party experience. The first floor is a classy and sophisticated bar and restaurant where you can gossip with your friends, sample tasty bites and have a calm night. The top 2 floors are party central with RnB and techno beats powering through impressive speakers. If you are heading out for a girls night out, or a party with the lads, ShiShi is one of the best places to immerse into Seminyak’s nightlife. Dance all night to amazing music, enjoy safe branded alcohols and be slap bang in the middle of Seminyak for easy access to other bars and parties.

Nineteen Lounge – Jl Petitenget: Nightclubs in Seminyak aren’t just the latest hits played by DJs, there are some spots that host live music nights where you can enjoy the talents of local bands and singers. Nineteen Lounge is one of those venues with rock music, and a more relaxed bar style. For a night of amazing music, strong drinks and having fun with friends, it is a perfect place. Take a seat at the bar, lounge in one of the private booths, or appreciate the music in front of the stage. Nineteen Lounge showcases some of the best bands and talents in Bali, and promises a fun night out with friends.

EnVie Lounge – Jl Kayu Aya: Boasting one of the largest working bars in Bali, EnVie Lounge is a thriving entertainment hub in Seminyak where you can party the night away and have an amazing time with friends. The bright laser lights, resident DJs and luxurious velvet seating makes for a buzzing nightclub experience, with the towering ceiling echoing the music around the sprawling space. For those who want an epic night out with trusted booze and great tunes, EnVie Lounge is the best club in Seminyak.

Finns Beach Club: If you rock up to the Finns Beach Club entrance on the day, passes and day beds will most likely be booked out thanks to the popularity of Finns VIP Beach Club and Finns Recreation Club. But don’t sweat it, booking your spot at Finns Beach Club is a breeze with Klook. You can choose from various packages, including day passes and VIP options, to suit your preferences. Whether you’re planning a quick visit or flopping and dropping for longer, we have the perfect options for you at Finns Beach Club! If you’re looking for a short but sweet experience, the 1-Day Pass or 7-Day Super Fun Pass is ideal. The Finns Beach Club Bali Day Pass is good for – you guessed it — just a day, and it’s the best choice if you’re looking to have a quick day trip or just try out the experience. But if you’re looking to party it up and make friends at Finns, the 7-day Super Fun Pass is the best fit to make the most of your purchase! No matter if you’re just swinging by for a day or kicking back for a longer stay, Finns Beach Club has got you covered. They’ve got all sorts of packages to match your needs and make sure your time there is absolutely epic. Get ready for an unforgettable experience that’ll have you coming back for more. Featuring some of the hottest live entertainment on the island of Bali! Their resident DJ’s are some of the best in Indonesia with music curated right here at our in house studio. If it is a party you are after then you are in the right place. Kick the night off with happy hour from 7-9pm with 2 for 1 selected drinks daily and party into the night with our DJ’s and live vocalists performing until 11pm. Join us on our dance floor surrounded by 2 pools and our amazing party platforms as you dance the night away oceanfront at the World’s Best Beach Club.

Where to stay in Seminyak?

The Best Luxury Accommodation In Seminyak.

Alila Seminyak: Located in Seminyak, this luxurious 5-star resort is set on the beachfront. It has an outdoor swimming pool, a spa and a fitness centre. WiFi is provided for free and available in all areas. Guests also enjoy complimentary scheduled shuttle service to nearby area. The air-conditioned elegant rooms and suites offers a refined décor and electric kettle. Some rooms feature a balcony, a personal safe and a flat-screen TV. Vehicle rental, day trips and area shuttles can be arranged by staff at the tour desk, while luggage can be stored at the 24-hour front desk. Guests who wish to stay in can relax on the sun terrace by the pool or indulge in a pampering massages. Other facilities offered include laundry, dry cleaning and ironing services. Kids club and babysitting services are also available. A fine selection of Asian cuisine can be enjoyed at the on-site restaurant, while the famous Ku De Ta is just a 4-minute drive away. Alila Seminyak is an 8-minute walk from Potato Head and a 30-minute drive from Ngurah Rai Airport.

Peppers Seminyak: Featuring private villas with landscaped gardens and private pools, Peppers Seminyak is within walking distance of Petitenget Beach and is 5 minutes’ drive from shopping options at Seminyak and Legian. Sprawling over 4.8 hectares of land, this 5-star property is a 15-minute drive from the shops and nightlife at Kuta. Free bikes are available for guests who wish to explore the surrounding area. The open-plan villas feature modern dark-wood interiors and a spacious lounge area that open out to the pool and lotus ponds. Free WiFi, full kitchen facilities and indoor/outdoor bathrooms are standard. For leisure, guests can take up yoga and pilates classes or relax on the sun deck. Well-known restaurants like Ku De Ta and Living Room, are within walking distance of the resort.

W Bali Seminyak: Located on Seminyak Beach, W Bali – Seminyak boasts a large outdoor pool and full service spa. 5-star luxury awaits with free valet parking and a 24-hour concierge desk. W Bali – Seminyak is centrally located in Seminyak amongst hip restaurants and bars. Kuta is a 20-minute drive away while Ngurah Rai International Airport is a 30-minute ride away. Spacious rooms offer a balcony with garden or sea views. An iPod dock, DVD player and flat-screen TV are provided. Villas feature a private entrance and private pool. Guests can enjoy a workout session in the fitness centre or request for a yoga session. Ticketing and currency exchange services are available. A business centre and tour desk are also available. Fire Restaurant serves a great selection of BBQ, while Starfish Bloo Restaurant offers a selection of Pan-Asian dishes. Drinks over sunset and late night party can be enjoyed at Woo Bar.

The Samaya Bali: Featuring landscaped pools, The Samaya Bali offers guests private villas steps from Seminyak Beach. The hotel provides a spa and a number of dining options. Guests enjoy 24-hour butler service, free scheduled yoga classes and free drop-off shuttle service within Seminyak area. The Samaya Bali is 14 km from Ngurah Rai International Airport, 5-minute walk from Ku De Ta and a 10-minute walk from Seminyak Square shopping centre. Featuring warm sandy décor, villas are nestled within tropical gardens. Each villa features a 42-inch flat-screen TV, Bose iPod docking station and DVD player. Some of the villas are set on the beach side of the property, whilst others are in a courtyard setting with tropical garden. Certain villas are located only few minutes away by golf buggy from the main resort across the street. For a quiet evening indoors, guests can make use of the free WiFi or enjoy relaxing massages and body treatments at the spa. There is also a fitness centre and a sauna. Enjoying a beachfront setting, Breeze Restaurant & Bar serves international and local dishes with the Indian Ocean as backdrop. 24-hour room service is available.

The Oberoi Beach Resort: Situated in Seminyak, within a few steps of Ku De Ta and 300 metres of The Seminyak Square Shopping Mall, The Oberoi Beach Resort, Bali stretches over 15 acres of tropical gardens and offers luxurious beachside accommodation filled with traditional Balinese architecture. Its outdoor pool overlooks the ocean. Free WiFi is available in all areas. Decorated with stylish teak wood furnishings, rooms are equipped with a satellite TV, a DVD player and an iPod dock. The sunken bathtub in the en suite bathroom opens out to a private grounds. Frangipani Cafe serves a daily breakfast in an al fresco setting, while Kura Kura serves Indonesian, Asian and Continental cuisines. Themed buffet dinners and scheduled live performances are featured at The Amphitheatre. Cocktails, drinks and snacks can be enjoyed at Kayu Bar, which features views of the Indian Ocean. Overlooking a pond, Oberoi Spa has open-air massage pavilions and a variety of beauty treatments. The resort also has a tour desk and a fitness centre.

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Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach: Set in trendy Seminyak, Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach is a beachfront property with five outdoor swimming pools and 8 dining options (7 restaurants and bars) .Guests can request pampering massages at the spa which has 6 couple treatment rooms, 4 single treatment rooms, a reflexology room, a menicure and pedicure parlor, and two lounge areas for pre and post treatments. Free WiFi and 24-hour room service are available in all areas. Rooms at Hotel Indigo Bali are fitted with amenities such as air conditioning, a minibar and a coffee machine. The villas boasts a private pool, while the suites are equipped with a bathtub. All units come with a balcony or patio and complete amenities in the en suite bathroom. Bicycle is available for rent at this resort and the staff can also arrange car hire. The area is popular for surfing and guests can find an array of shops, restaurants and cafes in the surrounding area. The Seminyak Village Shopping Mall is 1.3 km from Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach, while Petitenget Temple is 1.9 km from the property. The nearest airport is Ngurah Rai International Airport, 5 km from Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach.

Potato Head Suites & Studios: Situated in Seminyak, a few steps from Batu Belig Beach, Potato Head Suites & Studios features accommodation with free bikes, free private parking, an outdoor swimming pool and a garden. Less than 1 km from Petitenget Beach and 1.8 km from Seminyak Beach, the property provides a terrace and a bar. The accommodation offers a 24-hour front desk, airport transfers, room service and free WiFi throughout the property. The rooms at the hotel come with air conditioning, a seating area, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a safety deposit box and a private bathroom with a bidet, free toiletries and a hairdryer. Each room comes with a kettle, while certain rooms have a balcony and others also boast city views. At Potato Head Suites & Studios rooms include bed linen and towels. Breakfast is available each morning, and includes American, Asian and vegetarian options. At the accommodation you will find a restaurant serving Indonesian, Italian and Mediterranean cuisine. Vegetarian, dairy-free and vegan options can also be requested. Petitenget Temple is 800 metres from Potato Head Suites & Studios, while Kuta Square is 8.5 km from the property. The nearest airport is Ngurah Rai International Airport, 11 km from the hotel.

Maca Villas and Spa: Maca Villas and Spa is in Seminyak, steps away from Petitenget Beach and a 5-minute walk from Bali’s famous shopping and entertainment options. Offering luxurious villas with private pools, it has a main pool and restaurant. Free shuttles to Seminyak and Petitenget Beach are available. Featuring wooden interiors, spacious accommodation at Maca Villas includes pool decks and indoor and outdoor living areas. Each villa has a flat-screen TV, iPod dock and DVD player. The bathroom has a free-standing tub and a double vanity sink. Guests can enjoy a relaxing in-villa massage or beauty treatment. A complimentary access to the Soham Wellness Center is offered. The hotel provides car rental and concierge service. Luggage storage is available at the 24-hour reception. The restaurant serves a variety of dishes with Asian and international influences. It offers poolside dining during the day, and a venue for cocktails at night. Room service is available 24 hours daily. The resort provides free parking and is a 20-minute drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport.

Courtyard by Marriott Bali Seminyak Resort: Courtyard by Marriott Bali Seminyak offers a luxurious retreat 5 minutes’ stroll from Seminyak Beach. Featuring an outdoor pool, fitness centre and a spa, it provides free scheduled shuttle service to Seminyak Beach. A restaurant is available on site, while WiFi is accessible for free in all areas. Elegantly appointed with modern interiors, air-conditioned rooms include a flat-screen cable TV, iPod dock and safe. Guests can relax on the private terrace or balcony while enjoying views of the greenery. A minibar and electric kettle are also among the in-room comforts. Courtyard by Marriott Bali Seminyak is a 15-minute drive from Seminyak Square and Oberoi Street, while Ngurah Rai International Airport is a 30-minute drive away. Operating a 24-hour front desk, the hotel has luggage storage facilities, and on-site meeting/banquet facilities. Staff can arrange airport transfers, vehicle rentals and babysitting service at additional fees. Laundry service is also offered. Seminyak Kitchen Restaurant and the pool bar serve a spread of international favourites. Meals can also be enjoyed in the privacy of guestrooms.

U Paasha Seminyak Bali: Featuring modern and contemporary design, U Paasha Seminyak Bali is located in a prime location of Seminyak where the beach and nightlife can be found. Guests can work out at the gym or enjoy a refreshing dip in the rooftop pool. Free WiFi is accessible in all areas. U Paasha Seminyak Bali is conveniently situated a 5-minute drive from Petitenget Beach and a 10-minute drive from Legian area. Ngurah Rai International Airport is 30 minutes’ drive away, while Seminyak’s shops and restaurants are within walking distance of the property. Appointed with rattan fitting and stylish lighting, all suites feature a private balcony, flat-screen satellite TV and an iPod dock. Other in-room comforts include a coffee/tea maker, fridge and plush cushions. The open plan bathroom has rain shower facilities and free bath amenities. For guests’ travel needs, U Paasha offers sightseeing arrangements. Bicycles are available for use free of charge, and luggage can be stored at the 24-hour front desk. The hotel also offers a unique concept of service where guests get to enjoy their room for the whole 24 hours especially with the whenever/wherever breakfast.

Montigo Resorts Seminyak: Situated a 7-minute walk from Seminyak Beach and right beside Potato Head, Montigo Resorts Seminyak boasts a 24-hour front desk and concierge service. Free WiFi access is available throughout the resort. Offering ample of natural light, the air-conditioned rooms here are fitted with a personal safe, a sofa and a flat-screen cable TV. En suite bathroom comes with a shower, a spa bath and hairdryer. At Montigo Resorts Seminyak, guests can order from the rooms service. Other facilities offered include luggage storage. It takes a 10-minute walk to reach Seminyak Square, while Denpasar Bali International Airport can be reached by a 45-minute drive.

Kanvaz Village Resort Seminyak: Set in Seminyak, 700 metres from Batu Belig Beach, Kanvaz Village Resort Seminyak offers accommodation with an outdoor swimming pool, free private parking, a fitness centre and a terrace. With a restaurant, the 4-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi, each with a private bathroom. The accommodation provides room service, a 24-hour front desk and organising tours for guests. All guest rooms come with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a kettle, a shower, free toiletries and a wardrobe. All rooms have a safety deposit box, while selected rooms also offer a balcony. Breakfast is available every morning, and includes continental, American and Asian options. Popular points of interest near the hotel include Petitenget Beach, Seminyak Beach and Petitenget Temple. The nearest airport is Ngurah Rai International Airport, 11 km from Kanvaz Village Resort Seminyak.