Attractions in Seminyak
The all-male staff of this well-known massage parlor will knead and delicately massage away any stresses or knots that need to be taken care of. Visit www.jarimenari.com for more information.
This cooking class will guide you through the nuances of Balinese cuisine and the spices used to create unique fish, duck and pork dishes. Call +62 361 361 736734 for more information.
Located near the famous Seminyak Beach, visit this surf shop for board rentals and other gear needed to tame the waters.
Enjoy surfing lessons that are specifically catered to women. Visit www.surfgoddessretreats.com for more information.
Just Chill at this massage parlor where they specialize in full body pressure-point massages. Visit www.chillreflexology.com for more information.
Pura Petitenget temple is host to numerous religious ceremonies throughout the years, notably the anniversary of the 210-day Balinese calendar on October 26th.
This temple is often visited by farmers praying for a good year of harvesting, free of infestations, drought, and anything else that may hinder their net harvest.
Theater Art Gallery
This newly renovated theatre is famous for playing host to vintage Balinese puppet shows.
This 3D art museum offers an amusing break from the beach life. Visit http://balitrickart.com/ for more information.
Nyaman Art Gallery
This prestigious art gallery has collections from international artists as well as local artists. Visit www.nyamangroup.com/gallery/ for more information.
Santo Mikael Church
The Santo Mikael church is as testament to the Church’s ability to fund extravagant pieces of architecture. Call +62 361 732932 for more information.
This high-end furniture manufacturer produces unique pieces that will make for great conversation and bring a certain sense of class and antiquity to any room. Visit www.warisan.com for more information.
Potato Head Beach Club
This must-visit beachfront club area is host to numerous restaurants, bars, an infinity pool and a gorgeous lawn that overlooks the warm, lapping waters of the Indian Ocean. Visit www.ptthead.com for more information.
This collection of contemporary art holds exhibitions for Indonesian artists as well as international artists. Visit http://biasagroup.com/art/ for more information.