Seminyak beach serves as an upscale transformation of Bali, located along the west coast just north of Kuta and Legian in Indonesia. This primarily residential region is highlighted with high-end commerce subsisting on the development of stretches of tourist-centric areas of dining and shopping.
The well-rounded offerings of Seminyak Beach are prominent between its infamous Seminyak Beach and Petitenget Beach boasting white sands for sunning as well as the Pura Petitenget temple. Activities include scuba diving, horseback riding, and an exclusive bungee jumping opportunity, the best in Bali. Seminyak serves as the prime high-end boutique shopping destination, solidified by its countless options of clothing, jewellery, art, and accessories. World-Class dining compliments the destination package of the Seminyak Beach area, boasting high-end cuisine highlighted by the tasty Tokyo Skipjack steak and grill restaurant.
Transportation into Seminyak Beach is possible along the Jalan Legian roadway. Walking and motorcycling are the most common forms of transit throughout the area. Taxi services are commonly utilised for public transportation.
The area of Seminyak emerged as a bud from the soil of a lush yet untapped touristic world, and within a decade was sprawling out across the remaining green land from there to Legian, resulting in an endless expanse of urban modernisation between the two areas.