15 Places to Visit in Seminyak, Tourist Places & Top Attractions

Tourist Places in Seminyak

Pura Petitenget TempleEat Street of SeminyakEcho BeachSanto Mikael ChurchOberoi Flea MarketJalan Laksmana, La Favela Tropical Themed Restaurant, Totem Room Escape Challenge, and many more.

Places to visit in Seminyak are not limited to splendid white beaches edging the powerful Indian Ocean. You will find superior quality resorts, excellent restaurants, great bars and a lot more enjoyable places. And if you are a person who likes less crowded places, then this is the ultimate place for you. Though it is a little more expensive than other parts of Bali but worth it at the same time. Attractions in Seminyak include good beach resorts like Seminyak Beach Resort which provides you with the best services for you to relax.  You can visit colorful markets like Oberoi Flea to buy some souvenirs. Or visit beautifully carved temples like Pura Petitenget and authentic churches like Santo Mikael Church. 

Having an amazing marine life, Seminyak is a very good option for scuba diving and snorkeling to explore the ocean underneath. Seminyak is having all the fun things to do at a very peaceful place making it the eventual place for you to make memories.

Here is the list of best places to visit in Seminyak:

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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 liks 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.

Location: Jalan Pantai Batu Mejan, Canggu

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The surrounding which is enthralling and made beautiful with the presence of lush green trees and enjoyable fragrance of island flowers, St Mikael Christian Protestant Church is a must visit when you come to Bali. A picturesque haven that conducts weddings like in heaven, the church seems to be very attractive and peaceful.

The gothic style of the church has been a point of discussion in the past but it continued serving the protestant community in Bali for last 30 years pleasantly. Flanked by the nature in a superb manner, this church has unnoticeable features carved on the walls of it.

Highlights: Since the church is quite famous for wedding, a lot of believers come to partake in the most auspicious ceremony in one’s life and to seek the unending blessings of God. The altar is magnified with the jaw-dropping backdrop which a stained glass window is created a century ago in England.

The lights from the sun peep through the window and come inside to spread an alluring setting inside the church. A perfect mélange of different colours floats along the marble floor and the vaults to pass on a fairy tale ambience.

Location: Dhanya Pura Hotel, Jl.Camplung Tanduk, South Bali is the address of the church.

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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.

Timing: The market is open on all days of the week during day and night so that the visitors will feel free to roam around and find something unique at every stall at any time.

Location: Kayu Aya Square Oberoi, Jalan Kayu Aya, Seminyak, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali, Indonesia 

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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.

Location: Jl. Laksmana, Kabupaten Badung, Bali, Indonesia

Timings: 24 hours open

Entrance Fees: No Entry Fees

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A different theme inside a bar and restaurant in Bali gives it a wide acclaim across the globe. I am talking about La Favela Bar and Restaurant that welcomes the customers with a differing interior and dining scene. It was opened in 2013 and within a limited time it became very popular among the tourists and natives for its unfamiliar vintage design which had inspiration from the urban scenes of Rio. 

It is usually open only for lunch and dinner but the tourists love to be here late and stay back for enjoying the cozy vibes inside. Antiques, themed interiors, different ambience and decorations make the dining just flamboyant.

Highlights: The semi indoor gardens with artificial waterfalls and ponds, al fresco tables and chairs and a mini bridge exhibit an unmatched beauty. The bar and lounge are made enormously beautiful with adorable old cocks and picture frames. The tropical theme portrayed beautifully inside the bar and restaurant completely agrees with the visitors’ concepts of favelas. 

You can try the Peruvian ceviche mixed with seafood, mahi mahi or red snapper or you can enjoy their tartare and carpaccio. If you would like to try something heavy, then tenderloins, rib-eyes and barramundi steaks are available. There are more of sea foods, internationally famed cuisines to try out.

Timing: 12:00 noon to 03:00 am on all days.

Location: Jalan Laksamana Oboroi No.177X, Seminyak, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80561, Indonesia.

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The first and the biggest reality room escape game in Indonesia is Totem Room Escape and within a short span of time it brought laurels to Indonesia after competing with the best escape games in the world. It started in Jakarta in 2014 and now it has branches in other cities like Badung, Semarang, and Bali.

The peculiarity of Totem Room Escape is the perfect collaboration of high quality puzzles with proper tech gadgets. The rooms will be decorated thematically which in turn promises the participants an awesome time to solve the puzzles and escape from the room. You are free to book any themed room through the website and thus the procedures become hassle-free.

Highlights: Locked in dark land, Egyptian Secret, Kidnapped, Mission Impossible and Chocolate Factory only for kids are the rooms you will be locked in and have to escape from. You have 50-60 minutes to escape and normally a group of 5-6 people will be participating and it will vary according to the room.

Entry fee: USD 20 per person is the entry fee.

Timings: From 10:00 am to 10:00 pm on all days. You can choose the convenient slot for one hour game.

Location: Jalan Kayu Aya No.27, Near Seminyak Square, Across Starbucks, Seminyak, Bali.

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One of the most sought in the list of places to visit in Seminyak, 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.

Location: 8 km away from Denpasar

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Biasa art space was started as a natural response to Susanna Perini’s encounter with the upcoming artists in Java and Bali. The art gallery came to the public with an exhibition in 2005 with which the founder was trying to present the contemporary Indonesian and international artists to the visitors of Bali as well as the natives. Through the exhibition, she was capturing the eyes of people toward the development of the progressive art the young talents can bring forth.

Several years down the line, the gallery managed to attract a lot of artists come and have dialogues and interact with the public. A number of exhibitions and projects were staged in collaboration with national and international art institutions.

Highlights: The solo and group exhibitions conducted here introduced many artists from different parts of the world including Jumaldi Alfi, Enzo Cucchi, Heri Dono, Matteo Basile, FX Harsono, and much more. There are currently two exhibition spaces.

One on level 2 which has the newly launched BIASA+ retail store in Seminyak and other above the retail store in Kemang, Jakarta. They continue to exhibit solo and group exhibitions with the help of Government and private institutions.

Location: Jalan Raya Seminyak 34, Kuta, Bali 80361, Indonesia

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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.

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An influential art gallery that represents Bali-based contemporary local artists and their uniquely carved talents as well as the international artists is Nyaman Gallery in Seminyak. Nayman means cozy or comfortable in the local language. The visitors will be taken to enjoy the contemporary art prevailing in Bali. 

You will be able to find wearable art crafts, jewelry, paintings, photographs, sculptures and similar items that depict the current position of Indonesian and international artistic values. It came into existence in February, 2015. The gallery portrays an exclusive, familial and long term relationship with the artists it features.

Highlights: In this gallery, you will come to see how the modern overshadows upon the traditional and how the East culture outshines the West. There are street art-inspired presentations like paintings, urban photography and sculptures, glass works and homemade jewelries that depict the Balinese culture in jewelry.

The gallery is a venture under Nyaman Group which is a famous luxury travel and concierge service.

Timings: 09:00 am to 09:00 pm on all days.

Location: Jalan Raya Basangkasa, No.88, Seminyak

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If you are a lover of retail shopping, then you must visit Seminyak Square in Bali which is an attractive shopping complex filled with small boutiques and designer shops. It is located in the heart of Seminyak where you can get the unleashed views of the resort village clearly. The shops in the complex array an attractive range of clothes, jewelry, accessories, books, artworks, souvenirs etc. 

There are international brands as well where you can purchase from. This is the best option in Bali to grab some exciting items like designer swim and surf wear, batik clothing, Balinese furniture, English books, statues of Buddha etc. The cafes and restaurants opened will let you relaxed for some time after the extensive stroll of yours around the complex.

Highlights: Indulge in some luxurious spa therapies at one of the spas and feel authentically rejuvenated. The beach is very close to the complex as you can walk down to watch the mesmerizing sunset. Enjoy the cocktails at one of the beach restaurants while you look at the beautiful sea in front of you. A free car parking service at the complex makes its name spread across the city.

Timing: The square is open from mid-morning to late night but according to the shops, the opening time may vary.

Location: It is located at a distance that would take around 30 minute drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport. A 15 minute drive by car from Kuta will also take you to Seminyak Square.

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To escape to the grandeur of nature, to rejuvenate into the unseen persona of your inner self, a day you will spend at the famous Double Six Beach will help you. A mesmerizing beach location where a number of activities to keep you exhilarated is Double Six Beach. The extended sandy beach is located on the west coast of Bali and the peaceful ambience here will not leave you bewitched.

People come here to relax and spend some time at utmost peace. The shore is friendly, giving the visitors many opportunities to indulge in a leisurely beach walk or to experience an authentic Balinese massage.

Activities: For those who would love to be active on the beach, there are horse riding, surfing, snorkeling, swimming, beach volleyball, football and other similar activities. Anyone who comes to the beach will not return with disappointment. Moreover, try sampling the best selling beer in Bali that is Bintang from any hotel on the shore and while you sip it, enjoy the Bali Sea’s waves crashing against the beautiful beach. Watch the darling sunset when the total surrounding becomes alluring.

Location: Double Six Beach is located in the village of Seminyak and the end of Jalan Double Six. It lies about 30 minutes away from Ngurah Rai International Airport and also about 15 minutes away from Kuta.

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Seminyak Yoga Shala is a great place for people who want to learn and practice the art of yoga and relax their minds. The Yoga Shala has experienced and trained professionals who guide you through various yoga practices. Seminyak Yoga Shala provides mats and hand towels to customers who join the yoga practices.

The place has many yoga practices and programs like the 6-day Mysore Style Ashtanga Yoga program, Hatha Vinyasa Flow classes, and the traditional Qi Gong and Tai Chi. The expert teachers guide you through each program and help you relax in the best possible way.

Raya Basangkasa No.1200A, Seminyak, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Seminyak Yoga Shala is open on all days of the week for 24 hours. The classes begin at 7:30 am and have sessions at 9:30 am, 4 pm, and 5:30 pm.

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People Also Ask About Seminyak

  1. How to reach Seminyak?

    Seminyak is located approximately 30 to 45 minutes or 11 kilometres from the Rai International airport, depending on traffic. When you arrive at the airport, you can either take a cab from the official airport stand or arrange a taxi with your hotel.

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  2. Which are the best places to visit in Seminyak for a family?

    1. Seminyak Square: Seminyak Square is one of the Best Places to Visit in Seminyak, with the largest shopping arcades Bali offers tourists. Seminyak Square has a wide range of shops selling local goods and delicacies. The Square is a paradise for shopaholics and a great place for people to click amazing pictures. Seminyak Square also has massage centres and Salons that provide a relaxing getaway to tourists.

    2. Echo Beach: Echo Beach is among the best places in Seminyak Bali for friends and families to enjoy surfing and various water sport activities. The local name of Echo Beach is Pantai Batu Mejan, and the beach is widely popular for the Balinese Hindu sea temple. The beach has a range of beach shore food stalls serving authentic seafood and beach snacks.

    3. La Favela Tropical Themed Restaurant: With semi indoor gardens that include artificial waterfalls and ponds, alfresco tables and chairs, and a mini bridge exhibit, La Favela Tropical Themed Restaurant is a one-of-a-kind themed restaurant. One of the popular dishes served is the Peruvian ceviche mixed with seafood and the barramundi steaks.

    4. Totem Room Escape Challenge: Totem Room is one of the Best Places to Visit in Seminyakfor friends and families to indulge in adventurous activities and games. Totem Room is widely popular for its 50-60 minute themed escape room challenges like Egyptian Secret, Kidnapped, Mission Impossible, and Chocolate Factory, along with high-tech gadgets.

  3. Which are the best places to visit in Seminyak in 3 days?

    1. Eat Street Seminyak: For tourists visiting Seminyak for 3 days, Eat Street is one of the best places in Seminyak Bali that offers local cuisine and delicacies from a wide range of street food stalls and outlets. Also known as Jalan Laksmana, Eat Street is popular for its traditional Balinese food and other cuisines, and the Street offers a vibrant nightlife to experience.

    2. Oberoi Flea Market: The Oberoi Flea Market is one of the Best Places to Visit in Seminyak to buy local goods and products. The market is known for its designer clothing and beach fashion collections that are offered at competitive prices. A tourist can expect something new and unique at each stall of Oberoi Flea Market.

    3. Santo Mikael Church: Santo Mikael Church is known popularly for its wedding ceremonies as it offers a gothic style ambience with tainted glass windows and lush greenery all around. The carvings on the church walls and the serene atmosphere make it one of the best places in Seminyak Bali to seek the blessings of the almighty.

    4. Double Six Beach: Double Six beach is considered the coolest oceanfront spot with white sands and crystal clear shining waters. Double Six is one of the Best Places to Visit in Seminyak that offers a range of water sport and surfing schools with skilled professionals to train tourists.

  4. What is the best time to visit Seminyak?

    The most popular time to visit Seminyak is during May, June, July, and September as the climate of Seminyak remains warm and sunny during this time with a maximum temperature of 27-29 degrees Celsius.
  5. Is Seminyak worth visiting?

    Yes. Seminyak is a great place for people to enjoy water sports like surfing and indulge in some good local cuisine and delicacies. The nightlife of Seminyak is one of the best experiences to have when in Bali.
  6. Is Seminyak expensive?

    Seminyak includes many high-end restaurants and shops that offer prices higher than usual. But flea markets and local restaurants offer food and products at competitive prices. Seminyak offers a balance between an expensive and budget-friendly trip.
  7. Which is better, Kuta or Seminyak?

    Kuta is located in the center of Bali and is a popular spot for various markets and restaurants. Seminyak includes more high-priced restaurants and social hubs that are generally crowded with people even during the daytime. Kuta is a better option from a budget standpoint, and for luxury, Seminyak is a preferred choice.
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