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Trendy and lively, Seminyak is a hotspot for villa vacationers looking to experience the best of the island’s dining, shopping and nightlife scene. The vibes are quieter and more laid back compared to Kuta or Legian, making Seminyak ideal for families, couples and group getaways with friends. Check out some of our 3-bedroom villas in Seminyak.
Upscale vacation rentals are peppered along the coast, so there’s plenty of options if you’re looking to stay near the beach. Your Seminyak villa comes equipped with a full range of amenities - there’s a private pool, indoor-outdoor living spaces, fully equipped kitchen and more. What makes your stay extra special is the warm hospitality and attentive service of the on-site staff, as well as the ultimate privacy that a standalone villa provides.
You’re about 10 to 15 minutes’ walk or a quick drive away from the beaches of Petitenget, Seminyak and Double Six. Petitenget Beach, the quietest coast of the trio makes a great spot for leisurely beach strolls. Stunning sunsets, along with a vibrant and varied dining and party scene are to be enjoyed at Seminyak Beach and Double Six Beach.
All around your villa are dining, shopping and nightlife venues to be explored. Step out to Jalan Laksmana, the town’s renowned shopping belt. There’s something for every shopper, whether you’re seeking out homewares, furniture, kidswear, artisanal jewellery or light, stylish pieces made for the tropics. Art lovers may want to stop by Nyaman Gallery or Biasa ArtSpace to view its well-curated art collections. In between all that shopping, take a breather at well-appointed cafes like Revolver, Sisterfields or Monsieur Spoon.
Dining out in Seminyak is a treat, thanks to the wide-ranging variety of cuisines and restaurants. There’s Chinese (Moon Rabbit Dim Sum & Liquor Bar), French fusion (Teatro Gastroteque), Indonesian (Chandi), gourmet burgers (Wacko Burger Cafe) and more. Sundowners are best enjoyed at venues like La Plancha, Potato Head Beach Club or La Laguna.
Bali is known for its spectacular scenery, nature attractions and cultural sites. From Seminyak, you’re about one and a half hour’s drive to Ubud, the island’s arts and culture hub. It’s a great day trip destination for travellers keen on discovering the town’s mystical temples, museums, extensive rice fields and yoga studios. The Bukit Peninsula, with its jaw-dropping cliffs, white sand beaches, temples and cultural performances are about an hour’s drive from Seminyak.