Situated slightly off Petitenget Beach, this Balinese temple dates back to at least the 16th Century and is one in a series of sea temples along Bali's coastline. The temple complex is everything you would expect of a Balinese temple, with monkey sculptures and a rustic appeal. Visiting the temple... more »
Seminyak Beach is a big reason why people choose to stay in Seminyak. Its white sand, small crowds and sensational surf breaks make this a hot-spot for surf holidays and anyone seeking a relaxing island retreat. Once upon a time Seminyak was one of the quietest spots in Bali, but... more »
Australians have had an ongoing love affair with Bali and its allure is yet to wear off. This might have something to do with luxury beachfront villas that won’t break the bank, banquets laden with fresh local flavours and vibrant street markets that ring out with hundreds of haggling hawkers.The island of Bali has long been Indonesia’s star on the tourism scene; its seaside hubs like Kuta and Nusa Dua sharing the spotlight with peaceful inland villages. [...]
If you love the frantic pace of Bali – the endless shopping, abundant bars and the chaotic energy that seems to thrive here – you will want to devour Seminyak’s ‘Eat Street’.
Also known as 'Jalan Laksman' and 'Jalan Oberloi', this thriving hotspot is Bali at its boisterous best. [...]