Seminyak’s Petitenget Beach offers a more secluded ambiance compared to its sister strands of Kuta and Legian to the south. However, after sunset a livelier nightlife scene takes over. Premier dining and entertainment venues such as Ku De Ta and the Potato Head Beach Club, have all garnered an international following.
Located on the southern part of Bali, KU DE TA might just be the very definition of a lifestyle destination. Facing the mighty Indian Ocean with a stretch of glistening golden sands beach, this luxurious beachfront venue truly has it all boasting a breath-taking sunset 365 days a year rain or shine. Nestled amidst the stylish and vibrant district Seminyak, KU DE TA is surrounded by world-class resorts, upscale fashion brands, and sophisticated dining venues. Whether over a meal or casual cocktails, KU DE TA’s picturesque setting provides sweeping views of the cerulean Indian Ocean that will simply take your breath away, and may even inspire you to walk down the beach and dip your toes in the warm sand.
Jalan Oberoi (Laksmana) is known to be Bali’s “eat street” and rightly so. It’s on this narrow to-lane road that snakes through Seminyak that there is the most concentration of high-end restaurants and boutiques on the island. Cafe Bali is right smack in the center of this bustling street and you can’t miss the white Colonial building with a shaded porch and a long line of motorcycles permanently parked out front.The all-white interior of this Joglo-type wooden house is bright and airy. The place is fully furnished with white tables and chairs, cushy sofas and armchairs while off to one side is a small area with antique-tiled flooring and a wooden bar taking up most of the room.
Located in the heart of Seminyak on the bustling Jalan Laksmana, a steady flow of foot-traffic and buzzing of word-of-mouth has kept the place thriving since it’s opening four years ago – and turned it into something of a Seminyak icon. The joint is cozy & intimate, with a splash of sexy. As one might expect of a “champagne bar,” there is a sort of up-market exclusive feel – yet the atmosphere remains light, playful and casually fun.
When you’re in Bali you don’t want to miss hotspot La Favela in Seminyak. This restaurant and bar has a cool vintage decor. A creative mix of industrial, retro and curiosities. Even the toilet is a nice place to hang out! A night out in La Favela is always fun. Make sure to check out one of their theme parties. Great creative crowd that dresses up in the weirdest outfits!
Seminyak Square provides a convenient stopover on your tours around Seminyak, located on the famous Jalan Kayu Aya, where you’ll find a large arcade with two levels lined with shops, restaurants and cafés. At ground level, an open-air art market welcomes you after a large parking space. the square also features sports and fashion outlets, a batik store and a leading bookshop, as well as a children’s, souvenir and jewellery outlets. These come together to provide a full shopping experience under one roof, while food outlets such as Bali Bakery, and others offer a large variety of Eastern and Western cuisine.