Places to Visit in Seminyak During Your Vacation

Seminyak is a nexus for many travelers to Bali. It is known for its vibrant and lively beach clubs, boutique cafés and lavish hotels. If you’re planning a trip to Bali, Seminyak is definitely one of the places you must visit.

Here are our top picks for places to visit in Seminyak.

 

Double Six Beach

Double Six is a stretch of white sandy beach that connects the southern west coast of Bali to the northern beaches near Oberoi. Parking is relatively easy, with many shops and sand bars where you can sit and enjoy the scenery as the sun sets.

 

Seminyak Beach

 

Nyaman Gallery

This gallery, which is located in Seminyak Road is a place where you can appreciate the artworks of local Balinese artists and emerging Indonesian artists. The gallery is also a good place for you to buy wearable art items to take home.

 

Petitenget Temple

Petitenget Temple, or Pura Petitenget in the local tongue, is a sacred Balinese Temple – and the only cultural landmark in Seminyak. The temple exudes an aura of peace and tranquility that can be felt by those visiting. Historically, the temple was used by local villagers as a place to pray for protection.

 

Mrs Sippy

If you want to relax and enjoy the tropical vibes in Bali, then Mrs Sippy is the place to go! We offer an assortment of live events, parties and events. We also have the largest-lagoon style saltwater pool on the island. If partying isn’t your scene, you can always enjoy a relaxing day on our sunbeds or order from our delicious menu, that we proudly serve using locally sourced ingredients and using traditional wood firing techniques.

 

mrs sippy pool club

 

On a closing note, Seminyak is a hotspot for visitors to Bali – and for a good reason. There is plenty of culture, scenery and boutique cafés and shops to satisfy anyone’s needs. Seminyak is also centrally located on the western coast of Bali, making it ideal for people wanting to visit other locations such as Kuta, Tanah Lot or Jimbaran.

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