Bali is a paradise in Indonesia that is rich in well preserved cultural heritage. Not only is it famous for its tradition and astounding temples atop various cliffs overlooking the Indian Ocean, it is also famous for its unbeatable views, breathtaking scenery, as well as stunning beaches. No matter where you decide to stay in Bali or which beautiful landscape you wish to visit first, it will surely steal your heart.
Ubud, for instance. It’s well-known as a green paradise of Bali, with miles upon miles of rice fields and sustainable environment, Ubud appeals to many travelers who would like to get a taste of nature and fresh air.
Kuta is famous for being Bali’s wild child – packed with so many tourists that flock to Bali to party their heart out, it is one of the most visited as well as vibrant area in Bali to those who are looking for a good time. But what about Seminyak?
Seminyak Bali Indonesia is a cross between Kuta and Nusa Dua; it has the vibrant life of Kuta and the exclusiveness of Nusa Dua. A right combination that results in a lively, yet sophisticated area – it’s the primary reason why Seminyak is considered as an upscale environment with fashionable beaches and luxurious hotels as well as resorts. If you think Seminyak is the right destination for you, here is a list of where to go and what to do in Seminyak.
o Pura Petitenget or Petitenget Temple
This ancient temple is one of the most magnificent landmarks in Bali. Try to visit Petitenget Temple during its anniversary celebration to experience Bali.
o Seminyak Beach
While the waves in Kuta beach and Legian beach may be more suitable for novice surfers, Seminyak beach offers the perfect waves for those who are considered experts. Not taking your gear with you? Don’t worry, because surfboards rental can be found anywhere.
o Bali Trick Art Gallery
This art gallery is a museum that is filled with 3 dimensional paintings. Open every day of the week, this gallery is the perfect choice for you and your family members.
o Stylish and posh beach clubs
Seminyak is also known for its vibrant night life. It may not be as rowdy as the Kuta crowd, but you just can’t deny the beauty of its upscale stylish beach clubs. Whether you are in for a brunch, or a good time later in the evening, the beach-front clubs can’t be beat!