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    "Amazing service, Jen went out of her way to give us advice and answer all our questions on where we should stay and what we should do. Everything from our airport pick up to a lovely bunch of flowers and very welcome toy box was thoroughly appreciated. The villa she helped us choose was perfect, she listened to what we were looking for. I will definitely be using GoodLivingAsia again for our Bali holiday bookings."
    James and Claire,
    Kuta & Legian Seminyak & Batu Belig Umalas / Kerobokan Berawa / Canggu Jimbaran
    Seminyak & Batu Belig
    Seminyak has become synonymous with upmarket Bali – it’s sipping sunset drinks while grooving to an international DJ, fine dining with top name chefs, fabulous shopping and spas that put the luxe back in luxury. The area has grown at a rate of knots; what really just began as an extension of Legian now encompasses Petitenget and the super-cool Batu Belig on the border with Berawa.

    No matter where in Seminyak you are, the beach is nearby. So pack your surfboard. Or get some sand between your toes and take a stroll - turn left and you’re heading towards bustling Kuta or turn right and the less frenetic shores of Canggu await you. If you need to relax and unwind in tropical surroundings but still wouldn’t mind a funky café at your doorstep with a barista that makes the perfect macchiato, then Seminyak is for you.
    High End

    There’s no shortage of fine dining in Bali - the only challenge will be to fit them all in. Just remember to book ahead, especially in high season.

    Metis: 6 Jl. Petitenget – High end French cuisine in a sumptuous Balinese setting. If you want to indulge without the price tag check out their set menu lunch.

    Sardine: 21 Jl. Petitenget – Upmarket seafood in divine surroundings. Make sure you get there early to savour a drink while watching the sun set over the perfectly manicured rice paddies.
    Sarong: 19x Jl. Petitenget – Seriously delicious Asian fusion with an opulent atmosphere. If you’re not up for the full Monty then cocktails in the magical garden with bar food is just as sublime.

    Mama San: 135 Jl. Raya Kerobokan– Sarong’s sassy little sister. It will be hard to decide which one you like best. Mama San always feels buzzy, at lunch and dinner, and the bar upstairs is a great place to start or end the night.

    Merah Putih: 100x Jl. Petitenget – This new kid on the block is an architectural delight and serves refined Indonesian food with a modern twist.

    Starfish Bloo at the W Hotel: Jl. Petitenget -  Lunch or dinner to the sound of the rolling waves is very nice any day of the week but it’s probably the Sunday brunch that its most famous for. Remember to check out the free flow package.

    Mozaic: Jl. Pantai Batu Belig – You can visit the Michelin star version in Ubud or check out the equally stunning fine dining restaurant on Batu Belig beach.

    In the Middle

    For a great atmosphere that doesn’t max out the card. We have only just touched the sides and given you some of our favourites but there are plenty of reasonably priced eateries, especially on Jalan Laksamana (otherwise known as Eat Street).

    La Lucciola: Jl. Petitenget – A Bali institution. Breakfasts with a sea breeze, casual lunches and romantic candle lit dinners. It’s a must.

    Biku: 888 Jl. Petitenget – Set in a traditional Javanese joglo this place is another must. Morning and afternoon tea comes highly recommended - kids will absolutely adore the children’s special. Try and get there when the card reader is in residence.

    Sea Circus: 22 Jl. Kayu Aya – A fun and colourful venue any time of the day. Great coffee, good food and fantastic cocktails in the evening.

    Petitenget: 40x : Jl. Petitenget – Bistro style food for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Perfect for when you don’t feel like a nasi goreng.

    Mantra: Jl. Petitenget - Gorgeous people in a relaxed setting. Perfect for a long lunch or late night cocktails. 

    Café Bali: Jl. Laksmana – The food is a bit of a mixed bag but the décor in this gorgeously renovated joglo makes it definitely worth a visit.

    Motel Mexicola: 9x Jalan Kayu Jati  & Lacalaca: 1 Jl. Drupadi – Need a Mexican fix? Tacos and margaritas? Both of these places are the real deal and very popular.

    Ultimo and Trattoria: Jl. Laksmana–There’s a reason these places are packed out every night: they serve delicious and authentic Italian food at reasonable prices.

    Naughty Nuri’s: 41 Jl Batu Belig – Speaking of packed out! This famous rib joint - it’s the spin off from the original Ubud warung - serves mouth-watering ribs and absolutely lethal martinis and is heaving at all hours of the day and night.

    Watercress: 21a Jl Batu Belig – If you’re craving fresh salads, juices and need a decent coffee then head to the recently opened Watercress on Batu Belig.


    There’s some great local food in the area worth trying and it won’t empty the piggy bank.

    Warung Murah – There are actually two Warung Murahs in Seminyak: one is close to Lio Square at the top of Jalan Petitenget and the other is deep in the heart of Jalan Laksamana (next to Café Bali). Both serve tasty traditional Indonesian food.

    Warung Kolega: 98A Jl. Petitenget – This warung serves traditional Indonesian food and is super popular with both Indonesians and westerners.

    Warung Sulawesi: 200Y Jl. Petitenget – You’re spoilt for choice at this warung set down a little laneway off Petitenget. It serves a selection of food from Sulawesi so expect a little spice.
    Nab a day bed, sip a cocktail and watch a sunset! Happiness! Seminyak is home to some of Bali’s best known beach clubs and bars. A visit to Ku De Ta (where they do a fabulous family Sunday brunch with activities galore for the kids) , Potato Head or the bar a the W Hotel is an absolute must on a Bali holiday. Grab a daybed and watch a perfect Bali sunset. Visit one or try them all!
    You’re on holidays: indulge yourself with a massage or spa treatment.

    Try your luck and have a cheap massage near your villa - at around $10 USD you can’t go wrong. Or make an appointment at one – or all! - of these spas.

    Prana: 118x Jl. Kunti – You’ll feel like a prince or princess at this truly luxurious spa. Prices are a bit higher than most but well worth it.

    Bodyworks: 2 Jalan Kayu Jati - At this beautiful spa you can get anything from a haircut to a pedicure and manicure or a facial.

    Jari Menari Massage: 47 Jlya Basangkasa The all-male masseurs really know their business. Try the four handed massage for something really sublime.

    Glo: 119 Jl. Kunti  Located just near Bali Deli, Glo do great waxing and mani/pedis.
    Seminyak is a shopper’s delight with everything from designer men’s and women’s fashion, great kids clothes stores and beautiful homewares shops.

    A high end fashion shop with air conditioning and price tags means you don’t bargain but if you’re in a smaller shop then the price may be negotiable.

    In order not to get too overwhelmed the best way to tackle Seminyak shopping is to break it down by street.

    Jalan Laksamana (otherwise known as Oberoi Street) is where you’ll find all the high end fashion labels with all the big Bali names like Uma & Leopold, Lulu Yasmine, Magali Pascale as well as some great little designer boutiques. It’s a long street and starts (or finishes depending on where you are staying) close to the Jalan Kerobokan end of Seminyak and runs to Seminyak Square.

    If you turn off at Seminyak Square and head into Jalan Kayu Jati you’ll find a host of great boutiques and art shops as well as Grocer and Grind where you can stop for coffee and air conditioning. We know that shopping can be hard work.

    Just around the corner is Jalan Kayu Ayu with the fabulous Boatshed on the corner, which has a great range of Bali’s leading designers.

    Jalan Seminyak (which is also known as Jalan Basangkasa) starts at Bintang supermarket so that’s a good enough place to begin your shopping adventure. Turning east will take you towards Legian where the prices are cheaper and bargaining is more frequent – and frenetic! - but if you turn west you’ll find stores a plenty  and lots of cafes and eateries where you can take some time out.

    Jalan Kunti runs off Jalan Seminyak and is definitely worth the detour.

    Jalan Petitenget is one of our favourite streets in Bali and boasts great shops including Namu for clothes and accessories, Horn Emporium, Bathe for beauty products and Carga for homewares. Don’t forget to pop into the boutiques at Ku De Ta and Potato Head.

    Jalan Batu Belig just gets better and better for shopping. The street is a bit long and treacherous to walk  (there are no footpaths!) so hop on a scooter or take the car and be prepared to stop and start. We love Coco & Ginger’s new kidswear shop, BambooKu for bamboo linen and clothes, Kevala Ceramics and Saraswati Papers for gorgeous stationery.