Here's all you need to know about the hip 'hood of Seminyak - your personal guide to Bali's most popular social, shopping & sunset scene
Whether you’re a Bali regular or just heard it through the grapevine, Seminyak is where it’s at for a bit of glitz and glam in the snazzy centre of South Bali. Upmarket and uber popular, this buzzing Bali neighbourhood is spilling with cool cafes and hip restaurants, plus plenty of spas for your ooh-and-ahs, cool beach bars, swanky villas and alllll the ritzy resorts. Read on for our Ultimate Guide to Seminyak, Petitenget & beyond…
HIP SEMINYAK GUIDE: Where to eat, stay & play
TOP 5 BEST CAFES IN SEMINYAK
Where to find good coffee, great food & chill vibes
A stone cold hit since day one, Sisterfields has to be one of the most popular eateries in central Seminyak, with lines out the door for brekkie, lunch and dinner. Fear not though, the service is faultless and it’s never long before the ever-smiling staff will have you settled in, sipping and snacking away on the incredible, instagrammable dishes – sticky nam jim pork belly, insta-famous Original Dirty Burger and Acai berry bowls, no less.
Sisterfields, Jl Kayu Cendana No. 7, Seminyak, p. +62 811 386 0507, e. [email protected]; Open daily 7am – 9pm.
2. KYND Community
SO much more than just a gorgeous café, KYND is a community of earth-conscious foodies serving up plant-based dishes and drinks for people who like to tread lightly. Veggies and vegans will love their inventive menu, which is a feast of flavours – both sweet and savoury. Think salad bowls and gourmet toasts with a range of super wholesome toppings, and some of the best smoothies and waffles in town. Pssst – they’re open for dinner too!
KYND Community, Jl Raya Petitenget No12x, p. +62 859 3112 0209, e. [email protected]; Open daily 7.30am – 10pm.
3. Sea Circus
This brightly coloured address in hues of sea green and neon pink (with staff fitted out in Bali Boat Shed designs) is a Seminyak institution. Perk up your morning with delish coffee, a designer brekkie or pressed juices, and that’s all before lunch. Expect a surprise mantra with your coffee – fortune cookie-style wise words delivered with every caffeine hit. Sea Circus also over-delivers with its food options – and after a boozy night out (it is Seminyak after all), you might also need to try the Sin City Hangover Happy Meals.
Sea Circus, Jl Kayu Aya No. 22, Seminyak, p. +62 821 4789 7995, e. [email protected]; Open daily 7.30am – 10pm.
4. Pison Coffee
A firm fave on the main drag through Petitenget, Pison is all about good coffee in gorgeous, rustic-style surroundings (we LOVE the antique tiled floors). For the food, a full cache of café style brekkie, lunch and dinner options both Asian and Western are the order of the day. After dark, keep an eye out for nightly live music sessions here, which always draw a happening crowd. Psst… you can also find Pison in Ubud!
Pison Coffee, Jl Petitenget No. 19, Seminyak, p. +62 821 4456 0066; Open daily from 7am.
5. Cafe Organic
Fresh white walls, indoor palm trees and pineapples on every table – yep this place is a ‘grammer’s dream spot. The brekkie/brunchie style menu is full of fabulous vegetarian fare that is beautifully presented and super health conscious, alongside a range of takeaway treats on hand for a guilt-free arvo tea break. Drink-wise, it’s all about healthy smoothies, juices, top-notch coffee and happy kombuchas for the cleansing crew.
Café Organic, Jl Petitenget No. 99x, Seminyak, p. +62 878 5522 3426, e. [email protected]; Open daily 8am – 4pm.
TOP 10 BEST RESTAURANTS IN SEMINYAK
Where to wine & dine in style
It’s a hard task to choose only a few of our faves, as Seminyak has more hot new restaurants opening each week than there are sarongs to buy in Bali. So here’s a few that stand the test of time, and for the newest cool kids on the foodie block, book into to any of our Hot New Tables featured here, or check out our full list of Seminyak’s best restaurants for any occasion.
1. Da Maria
A taste of the Capri coast right here in Bali, Da Maria is the ultra hip Italian restaurant on the Seminyak strip that knows just how to feed our pizza lust. The brainchild of Aussie restaurateur Maurice Terzini, this eye-catching lunch and dinner spot boasts amazing pizzas and some of the coolest cocktail creations in the ‘hood – not to mention one of the hottest Sunday parties around.
Da Maria, Jl Petitenget No. 170, Seminyak, p. +62 361 934 8523 / +62 811 385 9666; Open Tue – Sun from 5pm.
2. Motel Mexicola
Motel Mexicola is without doubt the hottest hombre on the Seminyak block. Everybody loves the 1960s Acupulco retro stylin’ at this mexican-inspired party pad of bright neon and tasty delights – the wall murals are divine and the food is muy delicioso. Chef Steven Skelly is the real deal and he serves up some tasty traditional Mexican food designed to share with your crew. You’ll think you’ve gone to tequila heaven when you check out the bar (uno, dos, tres… VAMOS!) But us, we especially love the tunes and getting our groove on the dance floor after dinner – margarita in hand, gracias!
Motel Mexicola, Jl Kayu Jati No. 9x, Petitenget, Seminyak, p. + 62 361 736 688; Open daily from 11am.
3. La Lucciola
Seminyak’s original, simplest and possibly most loved beachfront institution. It’s a little bit of ‘old-Bali’ in the best way possible, before high-tech and high-stylin’ took over. Here’s where you’d head for Mediterranean fare and a huge selection of wine. It’s impossible not to love “La Looch”, with its always amazing service, legendary food and excellent views. We love that it’s potentially Seminyak’s only place with no wi-fi – just like Bali used to be.
La Lucciola, Pantai Petitenget (next to Petitenget Temple), Seminyak, p. +62 361 730 838 / +62 819 0102 5999, e. [email protected]; Open Tue – Fri from 12pm, Sat & Sun from 9am.
4. Si Jin
A modern steakhouse with a Korean twist, this cosy and oh-so sophisticated steakhouse had us at premium cuts and five-star flair. Trust us when we say you’ll also want to try the Korean namul, made with roasted sesame, crispy garlic rayu and silken tofu (yum!). Or the 30-day aged signature black striploin and the 55-day aged Kobe. And did we mention, Si Jin serves sublime cocktails too? Try the tipsy Jamaican and the Ticket to Seoul, and be sure to book ahead, because this place is booked out months in advance…
Si Jin, Jl Lebak Sari No. 18 Petitenget, Kerobokan, p.+62 812 3871 3964, e. [email protected]; Open Tue – Sun from 5pm.
5. Mama San
Anyone who’s anyone absolutely must make a meal at Mama San, not only for the delicious pan-Asian cuisine, but for the buzzing cocktail scene, too. The trendy restaurant – also from chef Will Meyrick – serves up an impressive and vast menu of modern through to simple-sounding Asian bites, like Slow Roasted Peking Duck served with Mandarin pancakes, and Yellow Curry of Snapper. But don’t be fooled – the ingredients are only tip-top quality sourced from around the country, and the standard is world-class. Couple that with the upscale interior and you’ve got yourself a resto you’ll never want to leave.
Mama San, Jl Raya Kerobokan No. 135, Seminyak, p. +62 818 0612 6700; Open daily 12pm – 3pm & 6pm – 10.30pm.
Part of the epic Potato Head empire, KAUM is all about exotic Indonesian dishes served up in a fine dining setting. Its beautiful interior is a scrumptious love letter to this incredible archipelago with elements from all over the country, so saddle up for a culinary journey you won’t forget any time soon at this chic Seminyak hotspot.
KAUM, Jl Petitenget No. 51B, Seminyak, p. +62 361 300 7990; Open daily from 12pm.
Seasalt is Seminyak’s ocean and salt-inspired restaurant that we’ve fallen head over flip flops for. It’s located right on the beachfront at Alila Seminyak, with endless ocean views and an ever-present sea breeze as company. Beachy, chic and also home to one of our fave Sunday brunches in Bali, this fabulously fresh seaside restaurant is a must-try, with sublime Japanese-infused dishes. It goes without saying that sundowners here are unparalleled, with exceptional designer cocktails that follow a strict zero-waste concept. Cheers to that!
Seasalt at Alila Seminyak, Jl Taman Ganesha No. 9, Petitenget, Seminyak, p. +62 361 302 1889 / +62 811 386 7544, e. [email protected]; Open daily 7am – 10pm.
A sleek Seminyak icon, Mauri is a stunning and contemporary space serving up modern-Italian creations from award-winning Chef Maurizio Bombini. Open for dinner only, top-shelf local ingredients (mostly homegrown within Mauri’s own rooftop hydroponic garden) are served up in their purest form, like fine parmigiano ravioli or tuna in carpione. Choose from the a la carte or seasonal tasting menus, or prop up at the 5-seat chef’s counter for a truly intimate and private experience. Arrive early and meander up to the mezzanine bar and lounge for some small bites and pre-dinner cocktails served “Aperitivo Style”.
Mauri, Jl Petitenget No. 100, Seminyak, p. +62 817 776 177, e. [email protected]; Open daily 6.30pm – 11pm (& Fri to Sat 12pm – 3pm, Sun 11.30am – 3pm).
9. Mrs Sippy Bali
Mrs Sippy is Bali’s hip pool bar that brings in Seminyak’s cool crowds with its delish bites, the biggest saltwater pool we’ve ever seen, and happy hours galore beneath the tropical sun. This ultra-cool brand is originally from one of Sydney’s hottest suburbs (with a seriously suave F&B team behind it) and it’s everything the Sydney spot has become known for, and more. Think seaside LA with a party Miami vibe, cool Grecian touches and some of Seminyak’s best bites. Try the poke bowls (all of them) and graze your way through the Mediterranean poolside bites, like olives, dips, breads, tacos, charcuterie boards and salted calamari. Yum, yum, yum (and splash!).
Mrs Sippy, Jl Petitenget, Gang Gagak No. 8, Seminyak, p. +62 821 4500 1007, e. [email protected]; Open daily 10am – 9pm.
10. Sarong (temporarily closed)
The ultimate Seminyak dining destination to please even the most sophisticated of gourmands, may just have to be Sarong (and it’s a tough category to choose!). Celeb Chef Will Meyrick (who also gave us Mama San, Tiger Palm, Hujan Locale and Som Chai) has shaped Sarong into a melting-pot of eastern cuisines, and actively incorporates traditional Asian techniques, like using an Indian tandoor oven and Balinese coconut grill, into his flavourful, elaborate dishes. But note: book before you leave home, or you’ll be disappointed.
Sarong, Jl Petitenget No. 19, Kerobokan, p. +62 361 4737 809; Open daily 6.30pm – midnight.
TOP 5 BEST HOTELS & RESORTS IN SEMINYAK
From beachfront accommodation to central Seminyak stays
1. Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach
A gateway to all the wonders of the Seminyak neighbourhood, Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach is an eye-catching and super chic resort that’s dedicated to honouring its island home. Think Seminyak-inspired activities, Balinese design and nods to Indonesian culture at every turn. And with five pools, the blissful Sava Spa, eight restaurants, bars and cafes, plus the choice between staying in the swanky suites or pool villas, you’ll never want to leave. That is, until you realise that this all-embracing resort sits right on the beach in the heart of Seminyak’s action. Our top tip? Stay in one of the private pool villas, complete with design-led, plush furnishings, top-end amenities and butler services too.
Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach, Jl Camplung Tanduk No. 10 Seminyak, p. +62 361 209 9999, e. [email protected]
2. W Bali – Seminyak
A fave of the international jet-set society, W Bali – Seminyak is an uber trendy mix of beachfront luxe, Bali-fused design, Seminyak’s cool kids and good living. For ultimate exclusivity, opt for one of the modern and contemporary W Villas. Think private plunge pools, comfy sun lounges, hidden bale day beds and relaxing interiors with state-of-the-art entertainment systems in a completely soundproofed villa, tucked away from the world outside. Lie down on Egyptian cotton sheets in the bedroom and soak in terrazzo bathtubs with W branded BLISS spa products on hand. All you have to do is rock up with a bottle of bubbles and some good company.
W Bali – Seminyak, Jl Petitenget, Seminyak, p. +62 361 300 0106.
3. Alila Seminyak
This sprawling, upscale resort really does have it all, with its picture perfect beachfront location and ultra-swanky accommodation. As tempting is it might be to never leave this haven in the heart of Seminyak, it’s well worth checking out the huge program of Alila ‘experiences’, from guided shopping tours in VW vans to morning biking through the rice fields. Otherwise, just munch your days away at Seasalt. Swoon!
Alila Seminyak, Jl Taman Ganesha No. 9 Petitenget, p. +62 361 302 1888, e. [email protected]
4. The Legian Seminyak, Bali
Refined, chic and oh-so classy, The Legian is perhaps Seminyak’s most elite resort destination. Gorgeously sitting on Seminyak’s prime stretch of golden sand, this ultra-luxurious five-star retreat is the cream of the Seminyak crop. There are private butlers and date night dining experiences galore, oceanfront suites and Champagne bars on the beach. You’ll find glamorous indulgences beneath swaying palms, and no matter where you turn, you’ll find unparalleled service and signature touches in every direction. Choose from the elite beachfront Suites, the three-bedroom Beach House, or cross the street to The Club at The Legian Bali where private pool villas are hidden amidst tropical gardens and sparkling swimming pools. Hea-ven.
The Legian Seminyak, Bali, Jl Kayu Aya, Seminyak Beach, p. +62 361 730 622 / +62 811 3821 8771.
5. The Colony Hotel
Wonderfully modern yet with an antique colonial vibe, The Colony Hotel is a tropical retreat that puts you right in the midst of buzzing Seminyak. Part of the same complex, Urchin restaurant out front is a hot tip, as is the boutique design emporium Kim Soo right next door.
The Colony Hotel, Jl Laksmana No. 22, Seminyak, p. +62 361 736 160.
THE BEST STORES & BOUTIQUES IN SEMINYAK
Where to shop up a tropical storm with a healthy dose of retail therapy
Where to start when planning your shopping itinerary in Seminyak’s epic maze of endless lanes, designer labels and alluring shop windows? We say, start right here with our Ultimate Guide to Shopping in Seminyak! But to give you a better idea on how to map out these favourites, here’s a few of the most frequented shopping areas in Seminyak with a cluster of our fave boutiques to shop ’til you drop….
Visit Jalan Cendana (the little road off Jalan Kayu Aya by Seminyak Square) for a selection of island-inspired fashion such as Frockk Boutique, and Uma and Leopold for gorgeous cotton dresses, shorts and cute little tops. From there, venture onto Jalan Kayu Aya to visit Paulina Katarina for a wide range of simple yet elegant dresses, as well as Palma, Sancerre the Brand, and Erika Peña.
Otherwise, Jalan Petitenget (from W to way past Potato Head) provides you with loads of options for gorgeous fashion and homewares, like Uma and Leopold, NicoNico Mare and Carga. Towards the bottom of Petitenget at the intersection of Jalan Kayu Ayu/Oberoi and Jalan Kayu Jati you’ll find the ever-popular Bali Boat Shed, with Kim Soo nearby too.
The intersection of Jalan Kayu Aya and Raya Seminyak starts with a cluster of our homewares faves, including Mercredi and Style and Mood. Meander along Jalan Kaya Ayu from Corner House (yummy coffee, cakes & lunch!) all the way down Jalan Oberoi and you’ll breeze past By The Sea, Uluwatu Lace, Bamboo Blonde, and still many more…
TOP 6 BEST SPAS IN SEMINYAK
Where to relax & recharge with massages, facials & mani-pedis
There’s no shortage of ahh-mazing spa spots in Bali, so here’s 5 of the most popular in Seminyak. For more of the best spas across the island, check out our list of best affordable spas right here, or our full roundup of Seminyak’s best spas.
1. Spring Spa
Cold coconuts, icy mocktails and twenty-first century lifestyle treatments in a fun and social atmo, Spring is one of our fave spa-ing spots on the island, be it for a raw facial, an ahhh-mazing massage, or a too-legit-to-chip shellac mani-pedi. And now with multiple locations in Bali, that means more opportunities to bliss out with their mod body treatments, like the Balmy Bali or All Maid Up packages that we fell head over our manicured heels for.
Spring Spa Bali, Seminyak Village (rooftop level), Jl Kayu Jati Basangkasa, Seminyak, p. +62 813 3862 7222, e. [email protected]; Open daily 10am – 7pm.
2. Prana Spa Bali
Stir every one of your senses within the Moroccan-inspired splendour of Prana – one of the biggest and most sensual spas in Bali. Decked out in regal interiors and rich colours, Prana Spa is Bali’s ultimate experience for affordable, decadent luxe. Its mid-range prices are worth the slight splurge for the exotic yet intimate environment alone, complemented by a variety of massages, facials and exotic treatments. The specialist Ayurvedic treatments are a must, and be sure to grab the girls for a spa party or a pre-wedding glam-up, because Prana are experts in throwing a pampering bash that you’ll simply love.
Prana Spa, Jl Kunti I No. 118X, Seminyak, p. +62 3811 3861 761; Open daily 9am – 11pm.
Widely recognised as the originator of Bali’s modern day spa scene, Bodyworks is a mainstay on the Seminyak spa circuit for good reason. With a loyal following after almost two decades beautifying the neighbourhood, blissing out at Bodyworks is a holiday must-do. Stunning surroundings, superbly trained therapists and buttery smooth service from start to finish makes Bodyworks an excellent one-stop drop-in spa spot. Head here to for a next-level authentic Balinese massage, a flip-flop-prepping pedicure, fresh juices, luxurious petal baths and the mother of all cream baths. Yup, the original stands the test of time (albeit with a big makeover compared to its original look!).
Bodyworks, Jl Lebak Sari No. 3, Petitenget, p. +62 361 733 317, e. [email protected]; Open daily 9am – 9pm.
4. Sava Spa
With a reputation as one of the best resort spas in Indonesia, Sava Spa at Hotel Indigo needs no introduction. A luxurious sanctuary hidden beneath a Balinese-inspired zen-pool, you feel a world away at this award-winning spa. Wind your way through the captivating passageways to the pre-treatment relaxation room, where a cool, calm lounge sets the scene for a warming tea and personalised consultation with your therapist. You’ll then be escorted to your treatment room: either a massage room with its own en-suite shower, or to the reflexology room and manicure-pedicure parlour. All of the treatments here are specifically designed for deep relaxation, uniting modern holistic natural healing with traditional local wisdom. Try the traditional Balinese massage that uses all-natural and locally-sourced massage oils, or bring boo and sign up for the couple’s two-hour Lifestyle Design package, perfect for a special date or honeymoon.
Sava Spa at Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach, Jl Camplung Tanduk No. 10, Seminyak Beach, p. +62 361 209 9999.
5. AWAY Spa
When it comes to the international jetsetters’ list of fave spas, W Bali Seminyak’s famous AWAY Spa is always at the top. A spa par excellence, this contemporary sanctuary of all things glam is for those who need to recharge before leading the charge into Bali’s party scene. It’s a super funky wellness destination with a trendy spa menu to match, from massages and beachfront cabana bliss, to sips in the spa bar and rejuvenating sups in the Oxygen Room. And the best thing about AWAY Spa is that it’s open from dawn until dusk and beyond, because there’s no hour too late to pamper yourself silly. And yes, that means post-party oxygen facials avec a glass of Billecart, and early morning bliss-outs before a lunchtime flight to another fabulous destination.
AWAY Spa at W Bali – Seminyak, Jl Petitenget, Seminyak, p. +62 361 300 106 1455, e. [email protected]; Open daily.
6. The Cottage Beauty House
An emporium of all things beauty, the Australian-operated Cottage Beauty House offers a whole host of indulgent treatments for Bali babes, from waxing, tinting, facials, and microdermabrasion, to AHA peels, eyelash extensions, acrylic nails, cosmetic tattooing and more. Not to mention one of the best and most professional spots for so-hot-right-now microblading on your brows…
The Cottage Beauty House, Jl Batu Belig No. 8, Seminyak, p. +62 87 761 874 440; Open Mon – Sat 10am – 6pm.
TOP 5 BEST SUNSET BARS IN SEMINYAK
Where to go for golden hour with front-row seats right on the beach
1. Potato Head Beach Club
You can’t say you’ve been to Bali if you haven’t watched the sun go down at this iconic, glamarama beach-front venue for the masses. Step into the Colosseum-esque building of Potato Head Beach Club and you’ll understand why this proudly Indonesian brand has become such a star in Bali. Multiple restaurants, a swanky beachfront bar and an infinity pool with fab views of the sparkling Indian Ocean. It’s the playground combo nobody can resist.
Potato Head Beach Club, Jl Petitenget No. 51B, Seminyak, p.+62 361 473 7979, e. [email protected]; Open daily from 9am.
2. KU DE TA
Seminyak’s original beach club, Ku De Ta is still the place to be for beautiful people and groovy, sunset vibes. This luxe, original beach club remains one of Seminyak’s top places to see and be seen for sunset drinks. Famous for its themed parties, the club house day beds, a trendy restaurant and exceptional food. Soak in the buzzin’ vibes while you sip and snap the afternoon away on a poolside bed. Top tip – glamour girls, make a reservation the day before so you don’t wear out those fab strappy heels (or sandals) while waiting in line.
Ku De Ta, Jl Kayu Aya No. 9, Seminyak, p. +62 361 736 969, e. [email protected]; Open daily from 8am.
Sitting right beside the Seminyak seaside, SugarSand is the stunning, two-storey oceanfront venue at Hotel Indigo, complete with front-row sunset seats and a fabulous mix of fine food, drinks, music and culture. We come here for the series of signature cocktails and the slow-cooked infused G&Ts. Start off on the ground floor beside the pool overlooking Seminyak’s golden sands, then when golden hour does its thang, head upstairs to the open-air rooftop to really get your sunset juices flowing. There’s even an indoor area for a special event or celebration, and, unlike many other beachside venues, SugarSand is open to everyone (both in-house and outside guests) and with zero entrance fees. We’ll raise a glass to that!
SugarSand at Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach, Jl Camplung Tanduk No. 10, Seminyak Beach, p. +62 361 209 9999.
4. Alila Seminyak
Alila’s super cool minimalist bar spills right out onto the sand, meaning it’s one of the best spots for a swanky sundowner. Sink into one of their beanbags or reserve a sofa and order up one of the signature cocktails from their chic drinks menu – then let nature do the rest.
Alila Seminyak Beach Bar, Jl Taman Ganesha No. 9 Petitenget, p. +62 361 302 1888; Open daily 11am – 9pm.
5. La Plancha
The original boho-beanbag beach bar, La Plancha sets the standard for casual sunsets under those iconic Balinese style brollies. Superb cocktails and a tapas style menu mean you’ll probably end up lounging long after sunset. And if you do, it doesn’t matter because the party usually goes on ’til late.
La Plancha, Jl Mesari Beach, Seminyak, p. +62 878 6141 6310; Open daily 7.30am – 11pm.
THE BEST BARS & CLUBS IN SEMINYAK
Where to dance and party after dark ’til late
1. La Favela
Bali may have a ton of good after-dark clubs but many of them sadly lack soul or style. Enter La Favela – an eclectic bar and restaurant unlike its other glittering counterparts. Its décor counteracts its name (meaning Brazillian slum), where antique furniture lines its floors, plants seem to be (artfully) overgrown and even old bikes and a Volkswagen van rounds off the appearance. Oh, and more beautiful people than at a Victoria Secret’s casting. The weekend parties here are legendary affairs – almost like fun houseparties even. Highly, highly recommended. Get there.
La Favela, Jl Laksamana Oberoi No. 177X, Seminyak, p. +62 818 0210 0010; Open daily from 7pm.
2. 40 Thieves
Hidden above an inconspicuous little ramen bar at the top end of Petitenget, 40 Thieves is one of Seminyaks best kept secrets for those in the know. An upstairs New York-meets-old Shanghai speakeasy that’s always packed out ‘til the wee hours, you can expect killer tunes and sensational drinks with an artisanal twist.
40 Thieves, Jl Petitenget No. 7 (above Mad Ronin), Kerobokan, p. +62 878 6226 7657; Open daily from 8pm.
THE BEST GYMS & YOGA STUDIOS IN SEMINYAK
Where to calm your buzzing chakras or get your heart pumping
1. Soham Wellness Centre
Much more than just a top Bali gym, Soham is an all-encompassing wellness centre, boasting a spa, fitness centre, healthy café and lifestyle boutique for when those old yoga pants just won’t cut it for this season. Check out one of the group classes or go full celeb and hire your own personal trainer.
Soham Wellness Centre, Gang Stap No.7, Kerobokan, p. +62 361 474 1616 / +62 821 4618 6424.
2. CrossFit Seminyak
Fitting right in to the stylish ‘hood of Seminyak, CrossFit Seminyak is a CrossFit box plus open gym where you can sweat it out and get to know Seminyak’s CrossFit community. Much like its big sister Wanderlust in Canggu, CrossFit Seminyak is well-equipped, with CrossFit sessions six days a week, weightlifting and functional fitness classes too. The WODs are designed by Wanderlust’s fitness experts, to not only build physical strength, but to inspire strong mindedness too.
CrossFit Seminyak, Jl Drupadi No. 8-90, Seminyak, p. +62 819 0730 6342, e. [email protected]; Open Mon – Fri 7am – 8pm, Sat & Sun 7am – 4pm.
3. Daily Gym
Fab little workout spot in the heart of Seminyak, Daily Gym is just that – a day-to-day, trendy-yet-inexpensive spot to get your sweat on. Be it on the cardio machines, the free-weights or in the ring with one of their popular Muay Thai/Boxing coaching sessions, they’ve got you covered here. Pop downstairs afterwards to the cute Bull Bar restaurant for a post workout brekkie with a long black chaser.
Daily Gym, Jl Petitenget No. 72, p. +62 877 6150 5757; Open daily 7am – 7pm.
4. The Bar on Sunset
Get your rig into shape at The Bar (not to be confused with the other drink-serving kind) – a strength training fitness specialist gym with all the mod cons but minus the tedious treadmills. These guys know a thing or two about sport science and nutrition, so sign up and get moving to your new favourite workout sesh.
The Bar on Sunset, Jl Sunset Road No. 11, p. +62 821 1943 5261, e. [email protected]; Open Mon – Fri 7am – 10pm, Sat & Sun 7am – 8pm.
5. Jiwa Bali
If you prefer to sweat it out ‘Bikram’ style, then drop into a class at the Jiwa Bali in Seminyak. Former fashion model, Angie Grgat leads classes for beginners and experienced yogis alike. Jiwa explains that the hot room in Bikram allows the muscles to relax, allowing you to stretch deeper into the postures to create flexibility. Whatever it takes!
Jiwa Bali, Jl Petitenget No. 777, Seminyak, p. +62 851 0041 3689, e. [email protected]; Open daily.
There’s so much to see, shop, eat, drink and spa in Bali, and Seminyak is just one area! So keep an eye out on our upcoming features that keep delivering more in-depth information and guides to Bali’s best bits.
Happy exploring Honeys!