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Seminyak is Bali’s tourist hotspot; it’s lively and trendy, boasts ultra-chic beach clubs and offers a wide-ranging variety of high-end dining, shopping and lifestyle venues. Yet, the beaches are quieter, and the atmosphere more laid back than party-loving Kuta, making Seminyak a great bet for your trip to Bali with kids.
Your Seminyak family villa checks off all the right boxes as a family-friendly holiday home - there’s a private pool and garden, light-filled indoor-outdoor living spaces, fully equipped kitchen and more. 4-Bedroom villas in Seminyak are perfect if you're travelling with kids and relatives. If you have more guests joining, we also have villas with 5-Bedrooms and above.
Travelling with young children? Let us know beforehand, and we’ll recommend Seminyak family villas that provide on-site laundry services, personal guest services, professional childminding service and kid-friendly amenities like a pool fence, stair gate, baby cot and high chair.
Enjoy easy access to an array of dining venues - from elegantly appointed restaurants set under bamboo pavilions, to laid back cafes tucked away in the rice fields when you stay at our child-friendly villas in Seminyak. The best breakfast pastries on the island can be found at Monsieur Spoon. For heartier brunch fare, head to Sisterfields or The Dusty Cafe.
Seminyak’s varied dining scene throws out plenty of kid-friendly options. We’d recommend brunches at the waterfront La Lucciola, high teas at Biku, lunches at the upbeat Motel Mexicola or a relaxed sunset dinner at Warung D’Sawah.
Spend quality time with the kids at places like Waterbom Bali, a waterpark with rides for all ages, dining amenities and a swim-up bar, Dream Museum Zone, a trick-eye 3D museum or Jenggala Ceramics, where you and your little ones may take a factory tour and try your hand at ceramics painting.
Round out the evening at the Bali Nusa Dua Theatre, where the Devdan Show takes place. Colourful and enchanting, the performance is a modern take on traditional Indonesian culture, and features acrobatics, tribal ceremonies and more.
Hop into a car for a day trip to discover the rest of the island. Ubud, located about one and a half hour’s drive from Seminyak is a must-see for arts and culture lovers. You’ll find museums containing a vast collection of art works, ornate temples, art galleries and outdoor markets selling a variety of handicrafts. Or head down south to the Bukit Peninsula; it’s about an hour’s drive away. Highlights include white-sand beaches, spectacular surf spots, mystical temples, cultural performances and clifftop dining.