This tranquil resort boasts unrivalled accommodation with elegant hotel rooms, spacious one and two bedroom suites with kitchenettes, and six lavish villas rewarding with a private plunge pool, all minutes on foot from the renowned dining and shopping area. Enjoy blissful treatments at the spa, aquatic activities in one of three pristine pools, a gym workout, or simply relax and take in the ocean views on a day bed at the Beach Club. Diners will delight in authentic Pan-Asian cuisine and barbecue nights at relaxed Sabeen Restaurant.
Why we recommend the Haven Bali Seminyak
- Onsite restaurant and bar with nightly BBQ
- Choice of accommodation – suites & villas
- Central Seminyak location
- Close to restaurants, shops, spas
Attractions near the Haven Bali Seminyak
A visit to the picturesque inland cultural town of Ubud is incomplete without a visit to the Monkey Forest. Set up as an ecological reserve, visitors can roam around the forest area and get acquainted with the long-tailed macaques that inhabit the area in droves.
Be warned: the cute but cheeky monkey population is now so used to visitors that they approach with no fear and will try to snatch any hidden snacks! After all the excitement of the Monkey Forest, head into Ubud and go for a wander round the huge bazaar in the town centre, right in front of the palace.
Bali’s sea temples
Bali’s cultural and religious heritage has long been a source of fascination for visitors to the island. The Balinese are a happy and spiritual people and, as soon as you arrive in Bali, you’ll notice Hindu ‘offerings’ to the gods scattered everywhere. Perhaps the most exotic token of their religion can be found right around the coast of Bali in the form of a chain of 15th and 16th Century sea temples.
These architecturally beautiful temples are set in dramatic scenery on cliff tops with waves crashing below. The most photographed and visited sea temples are Tanah Lot near Canngu, which is particularly special at sunset, and Uluwatu’s Pura Luhur.