Seminyak City Guide: The Tribe’s Guide To All Things Seminyak Bali

Located at the southern end of Bali, Indonesia, Seminyak is a beach area that is home to restaurants, clubs and creatives. With its wide, sandy beaches, shops and galleries it is beloved by expats and tourists looking a for a less crowded experience from areas like Kuta. Ubdud, Denspara and Kuta are prominent areas close to Seminyak. Check out our full Seminyak City Guide!

Peak Season?

July (Dry Season)
August (Dry Season)
Easter (Dry Season)
Christmas/New Year (Rainy Season)

Off Peak Season?

April (Dry Season)
May (Dry Season)
June (Dry Season)
September (Dry Season)

Rainy Season?

November
Decemeber
January
February

Changing Weather Season?

October (Dry to Rainy)
March (Rainy to Dry)

Paris City Guide Activities

Activities

Free/ Cheap Activities

Walk The Beach Or Go Surfing:

Seminyak Beach
Double Six Beach
Petitenget Beach

Visit The Temple

Take part in free walking tours from Petitenget Temple

Price: 5,000INR (less than $0.50 cents)
Dress Code: conservative (you can buy a Balinese cover up with your entry free for a negligible price)

Stroll Through Shopping/Food/Gallery Areas

Seminyak Village
Nyaman Gallery
Kody & Ko Boutique
JALAN LAKSMANA AND KAYU AYA

Mid-Range/Luxe Activities

Day Visit To Potato Head Beach Club

You can enter for free, swim in the pool, take in the view of their private beach area and stroll around the property at no charge.

If you wish to secure a blanket area on the grass this will approximately require a minimum spend for you/group(in total) of $20 and a minimum spend of $40 for a day bed. Potato Head has a full service food and drinks menu.

If you want a day bed be advised to show up early in the morning and put your name on the waiting list.

Day Visit To Ku De Ta Beach Club

You can enter for free, swim in the pool, take in the view of their private beach area and stroll around the property at no charge.

If you wish to secure a blanket area on the grass this will approximately require a minimum spend for you/group(in total) of $80 for a day bed. Ku De Ta has a full service food and drinks menu.

Take A Cooking Class

Check Here for Cookly’s list of 6 cooking classes in Seminyak

Get A Surfing Lesson

Santai Surf School is a big hit with tourists.

Scuba Diving

Check out Adventure Scuba Diving for diving opportunities and PADI certifications.

Indulge In A Day Spa

Here is a list of some of the best Spa’s in Seminyak. Our StampedTribe member @andraelenadiaconu recommends Think Pink Nails.

Find Your Zen At A Yoga Facility

Here is a list of the seven (7) best yoga studios in Seminyak.

Experience Luxury on A Budget At The Four Seasons

Sundara Bali Day Pass

Modes Of Transport

Walking

Taxis
BlueBird Taxis are the most honest and recommended. Watch out for fakes and ensure that the meter is used

Car Rentals

Motorcycle/Scooter Rentals

Bicycle Rentals

How Expensive Is Transportation?

Getting around Seminyak is relatively inexpensive

Taxi: Flag-down rate of IDR 5,000 (less than $0.50 cents), then IDR 2,500 (less than $0.25 cents)) for every added kilometer

Car Rental: Daily rates range from about $20 for a small car to about $60 for a large van; gas not included

Motorcycle/Scooter: Daily rates range from about $4 to $10 depending on the engine displacement; gas not included

In navigating the city from cheapest to most expensive, you’re looking at Walking → Bicycle → Taxi → Bicycle → Motorcycle/Scooter → Car Rental

Wheelchair Accessibility

Bali Access Travel seems to be highly recommended by past travelers for transportation and tours

Useful Resources
Wheelchair Accessible Holiday in Bali
Tour Around Bali

Paris City Guide Transportation

Transportation

Affordable & Mid-Range Housing

Dash Boutique Hotel Seminyak— “Dash Hotel is fun, flirty, artistic, design-oriented, affordable and bustling with people and activity. For $50/night you won’t be disappointed. We booked the hotel on booking.com and got free welcome drinks, 15-minute shoulder massages and 20% off a meal at their restaurant.

If you’re looking to do Bali on a budget Seminyak is the region to visit and Dash hotel is the place to stay. We can’t recommend it enough! It’s right across the street from Potato Head Beach Club.”

Primera Hotel

Aksari Bali

Taman Amertha Villas by Maha Bali

Pennylane

Bali Mystique

Bali Ayu Hotel

Bonsai Villas

Alea Hotel

Housing

Recommendation For Nightlife

Potato Head Beach Club— Popular! Top Choice

Ku De Ta— Popular! Top Choice

Ku De Ta— Rooftop Bar. Sunset views.

La Favela

Motel Mexicola

Bali Joe— “Famous gay bar in Seminyak. LGBTQIA friendly and a top choice for inclusion!”

Paris City Guide Night Life

NightLife

Seminyak City Guide – Recommendations

Seminyak City Guide Seminyak City Guide Seminyak City Guide

Loading