6 Beaches in Seminyak For A Sun-Kissed Getaway In 2024
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Seminyak Beaches 

1. Double Six Beach
2. Petitenget Beach
3. Sanur Beach
4. Berawa Beach
5. Kelan Beach
Batu Belig Beach

Beaches in Seminyak never fails to amaze tourists with eye-catching sunsets, tranquil vibe, temples, shopping centres and animated nightlife. The place fairly boasts of being one of the most upscale resort areas in Bali for the number of luxurious villas and resorts dotted across the beaches. Nature lovers can enjoy their dream vacation by relaxing at the beachfront and basking in the sun in a balmy atmosphere.

Whether you are on a family or honeymoon trip,
Seminyak beaches have everything that caters to your taste and needs. While adventure lovers can try surfing amidst the rocky reefs of the Berawa Beach, those looking for complete relaxation should head to the Batu Belig beach which is a hub of world class Balinese spa. For an unforgettable experience, consider exploring Bali vacation packages from India.

The beaches are dotted with several food joints where you can savour authentic Balinese cuisines prepared with fresh catches from the sea. So, if you are a true epicurean, tease your taste buds with local cuisines that are available at reasonable prices.

Here is the list of some beaches in Seminyak:

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Beaches in Seminyak


Double Six Beach

Double Six Beach is one of the best beaches in Seminyak which thrives in the south-western part of Bali. Being a part of the Coral Triangle, this beach comprises the highest biota of marine species. Blessed with picturesque views of dense tropical forest and steep trails, Double Six Beach offers a perfect oceanfront to see and explore.

The white sandy beach against shimmering waters makes it an ideal spot for embarking on thrilling water sports. There are a number of surfing schools on the beach where you can get a short training course under the guidance of professional trainers.

If you are looking to visit the nooks of this beautiful beach, hire a scooter and get on a sightseeing tour. For adding some zing to your day trip, hit one of the night bars and dance to the upbeat music with some nice cocktails.

Best known for:

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Petitenget Beach

Located strategically on the northern coast of Mesari Beach, tourists can have easy access to the major attractions in Seminyak from the Petitenget Beach. After having undergone an incredible transformation as a tourist spot, this beach offers a great vacation alternative for the popular destinations in Bali i.e. Kuta, Nusa Dua Bali, Sanir and others.

The calm and laid back beach of Petitenget takes on a vibrant charm as night falls. The restaurants, cafes, bars and nightclubs that line up along the shore make this place a warren of night entertainment. Don't forget to visit the most popular night joints such as Woo Bar, La Lucciola, Ku De Ta and others. The Petitenget Beach is one of the best Seminyak beaches for water sports like Parasailing, Rolling Donuts, Jetskiing and Surfing.

Best known for: Nightlife

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Batu Belig Beach

If you want to soak up the rustic, idyllic vibe of a seascape, you should seriously consider Batu Belig Beach in your Bali itinerary. With luxury villas, upscale restaurants, easy accessibility to the major tourist attractions and wonderful spas offering authentic Balinese massage, there is some real buzz about this place.

In a family trip, your kids will be engaged in an array of outdoor activities in Batu Belig. The ocean being more tranquil here than the other parts of Bali, you can go easy with the waters and enjoy various activities on the beachfront. Last but not the least, don't miss a chance to let yourself have world-class spa treatment in one of the most beautiful beaches in Seminyak.

Best known for: Balinese spa

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Berawa Beach

Located about a 30 minutes' driving distance from the shopping and dining hub, Berawa Beach is the ultimate destination for avid surfers. The rocky reefs and dark sandy beach enclose the largest lagoon along the Canggu coastline. However, for casual tourists who look for spending a laid back vacation and chilling out at night clubs the place offers an ideal setting to such activities.

Blessed with more than two surfing points, Bewara Beach throws a formidable challenge to every surfer to take their direction from both left handed and right hander. In a nutshell, it is one of the most enthused beaches in Seminyak by tourists and adventurers who want to witness the stunning panorama or conquer the wild sea waves.

Location: Jalan Pantai Berawa, Tibubenang, Kuta Utara, Badang, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Best known for: Surfing

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Kelan Beach

Kelan Beach is one among the spectacular Seminyak beaches which offers extraordinarily different sunset views than others. Being located near the Ngurah Rai International Airport, you can watch the wonderful sight of planes taking off and landing from the beachfront. Foamy waves lashing against the shore is a moment every photographer wishes to capture in their cameras.

Besides going for leisurely beach walks and marvelling at nature’s awesome beauty, you can also participate in an array of water sports available at Kelan Beach. Those who wish to taste authentic seafood should hit one of the beachside food joints where local platters are served at best prices.

Location: JI. Segara Madu, Kelan, Tuban, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali, Indonesia

Best known for: Sunset Views

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Sanur Beach

The large and shallow lagoons formed by waters of Sanur cut off the sea by offshore reefs are excellent spots for swimming and snorkelling. Sanur beach is known for the best sea waves in the world that are ideal for surfing. The abundance of vibrant corals and thriving marine life bewitches every eye which beholds them during underwater activities.

Take a walk on the white sandy beach and soak up the tranquil vibe of Sanur. For a one of its kind experience in one of the most exotic Seminyak beaches, you should try the Sea Walker. This exciting water sport allows you to explore the marine world up to a depth of 15 feet under the water without getting your hair wet. You can actually walk along the seafloor and get up close with colourful fishes and other sea creatures.

Location: Praya, Nusa Tenggara Bar, Indonesia

Best known for: Sea Walker

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People Also Ask About Seminyak

  1. Which are the best water sports to do in Seminyak?

    1. Fly Fishing- Fly fishing on the beaches in Seminyak is an experience you should not miss. Sight of different fishes in one spot massive numbers never fails to amuse environmentalists.

    2. Surf at Echo Beach-
    Of all the sought after Seminyak beaches, the Echo Beach is popular among water sports lovers for its surfing spots who are not so fond of swimming. It is an ideal spot for sitting back and watching a surreal sunset which lights up the entire beach with its natural orange and auburn hues.

    3. Sea walking-
    If you are looking for some thrill and jitters in your vacation, then sea walking on the beaches in Seminyak is the one for you. This activity takes you through exotic marine life to the sea floor.

    4. River rafting-
    Propelling your way amidst a ravaging river against the backdrop of dense tropical forests, soaring gorges and magnificent rice paddles is something you should not miss. The two rivers Ayung and Telaga Waja offer great courses for rafting for the adrenaline junkies through scenic landscapes.

    5. Bali rolling donut-
    One of the must water sports in Seminyak beaches is the Rolling Donut. In an inflated donut shaped boat which is pulled at full speed by another speed boat, you can enjoy an insane ride through the waters. If you have ever rode on a banana boat and are willing to try a sport of different levels of sensation, Rolling Donut is your best pick.

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  2. Which are the best things to do in Seminyak?

    1. Party at Ku De Ta- Party animals don’t miss a chance of experiencing the beachside night party at Ku De Ta. With a dedicated bar, private loft area for the VIPs, a centred lawn and a wealth of entertainment options, the place has a fair reputation as a hub of hip parties.

    2. Get a spa massage at Seminyak- Of all the things the beaches in Seminyak boast of are its chain of spa parlours where you can rejuvenate your body and soul. From exclusive facials to detox and yoga these spas combine high end technology and natural therapies to provide you a truly relaxing experience.

    3. Sunbathe at the beach- Seminyak beaches serve as a magnet to tourists who keep sunbath as one of the prime activities in their tour itinerary. The western coast of this beach is usually devoid of tourists at noon. If you are looking for a secluded hideaway to bask in the sun, head to the beach and enjoy watching the sea and getting tanned in the sun.

    4. Seek blessings at Masceti Temple- For those with spiritual leaning, make a visit to the Masceti Temple after you are done with activities in the Seminyak beaches. The temple located on the Mescati Island is one of the nine directional temples in Bali.

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  3. What is the best time to visit Seminyak?

    The months between April and September are considered ideal for visiting the beautiful beaches in Seminyak. There is a wealth of water activities available for tourists to embark in. The climate is cool and dry offering visitors a good chance for sightseeing. If you want to watch a sunset across the Andaman Sea, the best time to visit the beach is between 6pm and 7 pm when the sun goes down.

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  4. Is Seminyak expensive?

    Yes, Seminyak is expensive compared to the other popular travel destinations in Bali. Seminyak is known for some of its world class accommodation facilities, shopping boutiques, beach clubs, rooftop bars and restaurants that are the highest priced in Bali.

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  5. Is Seminyak safe?

    Yes, Seminyak is fairly safe with petty scams and crimes common in some places. Maintain the general rules of the place to keep up your personal safety.

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  6. Is it better to stay in Nusa Dua or Seminyak?

    If you are on a family vacation and want to do anything that involves your family members, Nasa Dua will be your pick. But, if you are a party monger or a wanderlust soul, Seminyak has to top your itinerary. Brimming with great beach clubs, restaurants, boutique shops and private beaches, Seminyak tops the priority list of any avid traveller.

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