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How to Spend 3 Days in Seminyak

How to Spend 3 Days in Seminyak

With three days in Seminyak, you can go beyond the area’s signature charms of spas, boutiques, restaurants, and beach clubs. You’ll also have time to get a taste of Ubud, watch the sun set over Tanah Lot Temple, and head even farther afield, to volcanoes, offshore islands, or timeless water palaces. Here’s how to get the most of three days in Seminyak.

Day 1: Balinese Cuisine and Spa Time

Seminyak is known for its food scene, so start your stay the Balinese way, with a trip to the market and a Balinese cooking course. Grind up fresh roots, herbs, and spices into a flavorsome feast of dishes: Bali-style salad, banana-leaf parcels, fragrant minced seafood satay, and more. Once you’ve eaten the fruits of your labors, check out the stores on “Oberoi” (Jalan Kayu Aya), Bali’s boutique epicenter, then hit a spa for a couple of hours of pure indulgence with a massage, esthetic treatment, or organic facial. Alternatively, take a class in massage or even yoga. Wrap up your first day with a spectacular sunset at Tanah Lot Temple or Uluwatu Temple; at Uluwatu, you can watch akecak performance and fire dance too.

Day 2: Ubud Adventures

If you’re not planning to stay in Ubud while on Bali, spend your second morning exploring its rice terraces, arts villages, and temples. Get up close and personal with macaques at the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary; learn how coffee is roasted at a plantation; or shop for wood carvings in Mas Village. After lunch overlooking the rice terraces, head to the highland landscapes around Ubud to zip through the paddies on an ATV, race down the Ayung River gorge on a raft, or enjoy one of the area’s tumbling waterfalls. Hit Seminyak Beach in time for an ice-cold beer at sunset, then set out on a street-food safari. With around 18,000 islands, Indonesia’s cuisine is exceptionally diverse. Savor spicy small plates in a classic Padang joint; try Obama’s childhood favorite, bakso (meatball soup); and discover the nation’s distinctive Chinese-Indonesian fusion.

Day 3: Volcano, Snorkeling, or Water Palaces

Devote your third day in Seminyak to discovering the island’s farthest reaches. Rise in the small hours to scale the active volcano Mt. Batur for sunrise, then feast on a breakfast cooked in volcanic steam and lounge in hot springs. Alternatively, discover the underwater world on a snorkeling trip to the island of Nusa Penida, known for the giant mantas that flock to its fast-flowing currents. Instagrammers won’t want to miss the delights of east Bali: the Gates of Heaven at Lempuyang Temple, the Tirta Gangga Water Palace, and perhaps the Ujung Water Palace as well. Back in Seminyak, wrap up your stay with a fine-dining feast on Petitenget (“Eat Street”), then party into the small hours at a beach club such as Potato Head or Ku De Ta.

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Traditional Balinese Spa Package in Seminyak

Traditional Balinese Spa Package in Seminyak

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Relax and rejuvenate with a private spa and massage treatment at a luxury spa in Seminyak. Unwind in private at the contemporary spa villa with facilities such as a jacuzzi, sauna, rain shower, and swimming pool set in the lush tropical garden. Choose your 2-hour or 3-hour spa treatment package, selecting from options such as aromatherapy, body scrub, foot bath, warm oil massage, or yoga. Includes round-trip transfer service from Seminyak, Kuta, Tuban, Sanur, and Nusa Dua.
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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$75.11
From
$75.11
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One Day Historical Private Tour of Ubud

One Day Historical Private Tour of Ubud

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Take a day tour around the Ubud area to check out some of Bali's most popular attractions. Stop at Tegalalang Rice Terrace, Tegenungan Waterfall, Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, an art market where you can shop for souvenirs, Puri Saren Palace (Ubud Palace), and Tirta Empul Temple, known for its natural springs.
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  • 8 to 10 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$36.00
Price varies by group size
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$36.00
Price varies by group size
Taking safety measures

Private Bali Tour: Best of Bedugul and Tanah Lot Temple

Private Bali Tour: Best of Bedugul and Tanah Lot Temple

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Uncover Bali’s spiritual side on this private full-day tour of some of the island’s most magnificent temples. Visit the majestic Ulun Danu Temple, where you can row a boat around the serene lake and stroll through the botanical gardens. After a traditional Balinese lunch (optional), overlooking the Jatiluwih UNESCO-listed rice terraces, and journey to the Taman Ayun Royal Temple. Finally, arrive at the famous Tanah Lot Temple in time to watch the romantic Balinese sunset over the coast.
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  • 10 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$53.34
Price varies by group size
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$53.34
Price varies by group size
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Traditional Balinese Cooking Class with Market Visit and Lunch in Seminyak

Traditional Balinese Cooking Class with Market Visit and Lunch in Seminyak

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Bali is known worldwide for its spicy, fragrant cuisine, made with spices that can be hard to source outside of South-East Asia. This cooking class will help you unlock the secrets of Balinese cuisine. In a small group, follow your chef's lead to make traditional Balinese and Indonesian dishes. You can also choose to visit a local market with your chef beforehand to pick out your ingredients and learn more about the island’s culinary traditions.
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  • 5 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$48.72
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$48.72

East Bali Lempuyang Gate of Heaven Private Tour with Free WiFi

East Bali Lempuyang Gate of Heaven Private Tour with Free WiFi

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On the east side of Bali, temples and landmarks are dazzling yet dispersed. Travel between three of Bali’s top attractions—Mount Agung, Tirta Gangga Water Palace, and Lempuyang Temple—without the worry of getting lost on a tour that’s ideal for first-time visitors. A guide offers local insight into eastern Bali’s culture and history, and arranges all activities so that you can skip the hassle of advance planning.
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  • 10 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$50.00
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$50.00
per group
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Seminyak Indonesian Food Tour

Seminyak Indonesian Food Tour

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It’s hard to find authentic Indonesian food in Seminyak—unless, of course, you have a guide. Join a local foodie and a group of maximum eight people to sample seven or eight different foods from across the archipelago—enough for a full dinner—and learn about Indonesia’s different cultures along the way. Tour includes door-to-door round-trip transfers from your hotel.
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$69.75
Price varies by group size
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$69.75
Price varies by group size

Tanah Lot and Uluwatu Temple Private Guided Tour

Tanah Lot and Uluwatu Temple Private Guided Tour

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Unless you’re an Indonesia veteran, driving in Bali is both stressful and dangerous. So let your professional driver/guide take the strain on this full-day private guided tour. Visit Tanah Lot Temple, Uluwatu Temple, Padang Padang Beach, a coffee plantation, a Balinese warung, and more for the perfect combination of culture and food. Please note: all meals and entrance fees are at your own expense.
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  • 10 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$40.00
per group
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$40.00
per group
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Shipwreck Tulamben Diving Tours

Shipwreck Tulamben Diving Tours

Explore the USS Liberty shipwreck on a full-day scuba excursion from Bali. Complimentary transportation from your hotel takes you to Tulamben. After an orientation, get fitted in provided gear and safety equipment. The dive site is one of the easiest shipwrecks to explore in the world. Covered in coral and surrounded by sea life, you’re sure to enjoy this (literally) immersive experience. Between the two 35-minute dives, enjoy a Balinese lunch.
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  • 10 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$100.00
Price varies by group size
From
$100.00
Price varies by group size