SEMINYAK is a popular tourist destination, located on the west coast of Bali, Indonesia.
Seminyak used to be a separate town, however now it is just a northern suburb of Kuta. The area has grown from being inappreciable village to one of the most popular areas in Bali. The spot is renowned for its luxury accommodation, high-class restaurants and bars, as well as innumerable luxury spas. Sometimes the area is even referred to as ‘the Bali spa.’ Once in Seminyak, you will be impressed by its sophisticated atmosphere and at the same time, its quiet beaches. The popular Seminyak beach stretches for miles. Some other gorgeous beaches in close proximity are the Petitenget Beach, Legian Beach and Kuta Beach.
Seminyak hotels are numerous. Booked.net will help you to find a hotel that suits your best demands, whether you are travelling on budget or looking for a swanky place to stay.
Seminyak does not have a great amount of cultural places to go. However, there are some nice galleries if you want to see or purchase works of local artists. The most visited spots include;
- Pura Petitenget is a Balinese temple, famous for various beach-side ceremonies
- Kebbath Studio, where you can see abstract paintings of Made Bendesa, who among Bali's famous young abstract artists
- Lukisan traditional & modern paintings exposes Balinese, Buddhist and modern art works
- One World Gallery is a retail gallery, which offers art and ceramic works for sale
- Richard Meyer Culture showcases photos and sculpture works from local artists
It is worth viewing the sunset on one of the mentioned beaches. Another pleasant way of spending time is massages and spas. Usually, Seminyak’s spas offer luxury services coupled with low prices (relatively to Western countries). Surfing is possible on Legian and Kuta beaches. Among other extreme kinds of sport you can try bungee jumping and leap from heights between 45 and 500m. For shopping, go to Jalan Laksmana filled with boutiques and designer stores. Looking for Indonesian antiques? Jalan Kerobokan or Jalan Mertanadi might be the places for you. For fresh fruits and vegetables, visit the Seminyak market or Kerobokan’s market – Taman Sari. If you fancy a daily cruise, there are some yachts offering such facilities.
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