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Popular holiday rental amenities in Seminyak
Select a filter and find an accommodation meeting your needs among the 15 properties in Seminyak. Seminyak is the right place to look for a property if you want a rental with a pool or you can't imagine a holiday without internet, as the most frequently offered features are pools and internet. Not as many rentals in Seminyak are available if you want to hang out in your own garden or you enjoy soaking in the hot tub , as gardens and jacuzzis are not often available in Seminyak.
The weather in Seminyak
Check out the climate diagram for Seminyak. November is the warmest month of the year in Seminyak with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 32°. However, temperatures can go lower than 23° in Seminyak in September. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is October.
Accommodation options for your holiday in Seminyak
6 of the 15 offers in Seminyak are house rentals. They account for all of the accommodation options in this destination (100%). In addition, the average size of house rentals in Seminyak is 591 m², and they cost, on average, $1,253 per night. Moreover, most house rentals in Seminyak can host groups of 9, which makes Seminyak a wonderful destination for large groups. If you would prefer to book another accommodation type, you may want to consider hotel rooms, which are the second most typical property type in Seminyak. Hotel rooms have an average size of 50 m² in Seminyak.
Relax and get away from it all with a private villa in one of Bali's most beautiful spots
This small city on the island of the gods, Bali, is known for its trendy international bars and restaurants, its long stretch of golden sand beach, its international crowd and its central location. This is the ideal destination to explore the island while enjoying a wide choice of vibrant dining options with live entertainment. The city is popular with young couples who enjoy the modern villas and lively atmosphere.
Choose Seminyak accommodation and discover Bali's glamorous side with yoga, art, water sports, and culture. Go on, treat yourself!
How to Get to Your Seminyak Accommodation
A Seminyak accommodation stands for pure quality, whether you choose a modest family home or a spacious private villa. Whatever you go for, know it’s been designed with your utmost comfort in mind. Situated on Bali’s west coast, Seminyak lies around half an hour’s drive away from Denpasar Airport. Plan ahead and organise a private driver or check whether pickup is included with your accommodation.
It’s also easy to get from Ubud to Seminyak. Simply speak to one of the transport touts. The trip should take around an hour, depending on traffic. It’s also possible to hire a taxi yourself upon arrival. From the Gili Islands, get to Benoa and take a taxi from there. As always, it makes sense to book your transfer ahead so there is someone waiting when you arrive.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Seminyak?
Discover Balinese culture
A private villa in Seminyak gives you the perfect base to explore Bali's fascinating history and monuments. Just a few minutes’ drive from Seminyak is Pura Tanah Lot, one of the seven sea temples of Bali. Strategically located on each coast of the island, those temples are dedicated to the goddess of the sea, Dewa Baruna, and aim to protect the island against natural elements.
Tanah Lot (meaning ‘land in the sea’ in Balinese) is home to one of the most important temples of Bali, nested on top of a rock formation in the sea. The temple is accessible at low tides and is a popular evening destination as the sun sets on the sea right behind the temple. The surroundings are home to several restaurants serving Balinese delicacies and more specially the Kopi Luwak, a coffee made out of the poop of the Luwak, a cat-alike animal.
What are the best nightlife spots in Seminyak?
Nightlife in Seminyak: take a trip around the world
Seminyak is home to plenty of buzzing restaurants and bars rivalling in creativity to attract a young international crowd. Most restaurants are stunning and every single detail has been thought through to be ‘Instagrammable’. With colourful walls, quirky decorations and beautiful food, this is an experience not to miss.
Head to Mexicola for a fun night out. The colourful Mexican restaurant serves some of the best tacos in town and is famous for its live music. Diners usually enjoy the end of the night on the central dancefloor.
Ling-ling and its fusion Japanese manga décor will take you straight to Tokyo. Enjoy their happy hours when you roll dices for chance to get free drinks! Vegans will love the variety of dining options in Seminyak such as the quirky little road side café Kynd.
Where are the unique attractions in Seminyak?
Outdoor activities in Seminyak
Seminyak is the perfect place to learn surfing. Less crowded than other popular surf spots on the island, it has accessible waves and the rolls are ideal for beginners and amateurs. Be ready to wake up at sunrise to catch the best waves!
If you are not too much of a sea person, you can admire the sun setting on the ocean while riding a horse. Take on the two hours’ trip accompanied by a professional guide who will ensure you enjoy this trip to the fullest.
What are the best events and festivals in Seminyak?
Events to Check Out While Visiting Seminyak
Several events take place annually in Seminyak. If you have a penchant for techno music, visit in July, when one of Bali’s most magical music festivals takes place. The Gypsy Land Music Festival is Bali’s first so-called bush doof festival and it’s got it going on. For more music, check out SPF, the annual electronic music event that also takes place each July.
Among an array of yoga and wellness retreats held in Seminyak, taking place in September is the Bali Awesome Seven Days Paradise Fitness Escape. Be sure to reserve in advance.
It’s also a great idea to see how Bali's locals celebrate their own traditions. Visit Seminyak at Easter for high-end celebrations and brunches, many of which are held at local resorts. If you’re visiting in October, taking a trip to Ubud for the Ubud Writers’ and Readers’ Festival is well worth the effort.
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