Seminyak is Bali’s most refined and upscale sea shore resort zone, where the top draws are its delightful sea shores and relaxed vibes. Contrasted with any semblance of Ubud, there’s not an immense number of things to see and do here, however there are some fun, family-accommodating attractions to appreciate.
Located on the west coast of the southern region of Bali, to the north of Kuta and south of Umalas, Seminyak Beach is relatively quiet during the day. Its cool, sunny and breezy ambience provides a great place for hanging out with your friends, kite flying, sunbathing or swimming. Be sure to check the red flags displayed by lifeguards indicating a ‘No-Swim Zone’ before you jump into the ocean, though. Surfing in certain areas of the beach is allowed and you can rent boards at the beach for the same price as in Kuta.
- Try Scuba Diving
If you are in Seminyak and want to get PADI certified then consider a trip to Adventure Scuba Diving Bali. This Seminyak based diving school will teach you how to dive safely, or if you are already an experienced diver you can also sign up for a dive trip with them.
There is no diving in Seminyak itself but there are a range of dive spots just a short boat ride away so you can hop onboard and enjoy the underwater delights that Bali is famous for.
- Spend the day by the pool at Potato Head Beach Club
Potato Head Beach Club is one of the premium venues in Seminyak and has a large infinity pool and beach front covered in bean bags and sun loungers.
It is the perfect place to come if you fancy a lazy day in Seminyak and you can also rent one of the cabanas here and stay all day sipping on cocktails and enjoying some of the poolside cuisine.
If you want a cabana you will have to get here early as many of them are snapped up by 10 am, and some of the signature nibbles here include tapas and huge cheese and meat platters.
There are also three restaurants here if you want some formal dining in the form of the Potato Head Bistro, Lilin which serves Asian fusion food, and Tapping Shoes which is a French take on upscale dining.
- Go Horse Riding
One of the most prevalent exercises to appreciate on Seminyak Beach is the opportunity to go steed riding.
Outings along the sea shore for the most part take two hours to finish and you can ride along the sea shore from Seminyak to Canggu.
Every rider is relegated a pony and you will have proficient advisers for lead you along the sand to ensure that you can appreciate the sea sees in a sheltered and tranquil way.
This is additionally an extraordinary decision for those going with a family as kids are welcome and there are an assortment of horses to browse.
Double Six Beach
Double Six Beach is a half-kilometre stretch of golden-white sand that’s part of the whole length of Seminyak Beach. The beach connects the northernmost strip of Legian (Blue Ocean Beach) to Seminyak’s southernmost beachfront at The Oberoi Bali resort (often referred to simply as Oberoi Beach).
Part of Jalan Double Six (also known as Jalan Arjuna) runs parallel the beach. One of Legian’s main beachside streets, it’s lined with hip bars and restaurants.
Dream Museum Zone (DMZ) Bali 3D
Dream Museum Zone (DMZ) Bali is a fun and interactive art gallery with a vast collection of 3-dimensional, life-size murals for visitors to pose and play with. The gallery contains a rich array of masterfully painted artworks that each serves as an interactive backdrop for trick photography.
There’s an impressive total of 120 unique artworks in 14 different categories spread over 3 levels, which provide a full day of discovery and creativity between them.