Seminyak Beach and Petitenget:
On Seminyak Beach is a continuous expanse of gray sand stretches to the south, into Legian Beach, and then the Kuta Beach, the seminyak beach resort be noticeably quieter than both. Sunset on the beach of the famous and pretty awesome.
In addition to the commercial strip some of the popular and lively restaurants, bars, villas, and shops craft / furniture were good, there are several instances important: Ku De Ta, which is a bar / restaurant with a cult following by the beach / atmosphere semi-resort which has earned it the title of number one party in a variety of magazines, and the Oberoi, which is an expensive hotel with a worldwide reputation. La Lucciola is a restaurant located in the north of Seminyak on the beach and has been there for more than a decade.
Need something to do here for the whole family including swimming, surfing and windsurfing, beach volleyball, para-sailing, horseback riding, fine dining, quality shopping or just soak up the sun while enjoying a relaxing massage. There is never a shortage of things to do at the beach or near the beach.
Jalan Raya Seminyak (more commonly referred to as Jalan Legian), running parallel to the coast, dividing the two counties and act as the main arterial roads.
Pura Petitenget temple is quite Bali is located on the waterfront off J1 Petitenget, and is known for its colorful beach ceremony. The temple is probably not as crowded as Tanah Lot or Uluwatu, but is one of the important sea temples in Bali. This temple has been here at least since the 16th century and an important link in the series of temple west coast between Uluwatu and Tanah Lot.
Getting Out & About:
Bright lights, shopping malls and traffic jams of Kuta only 15 minutes to the south. Rural tranquility of Canggu is a 25 minute drive to the north. Pura Tanah Lot, famous for its sunsets, is 40 minutes away by car. Sea Temple is one of the most famous temples in Bali and also one of the busiest.
Further south lie Jimbaran, famous for its luxury hotels and beach front dinner, and Uluwatu area, which offers a top beach and cultural destinations, such as the Uluwatu Temple.
In the east and the other side of the island, we will find a quiet Sanur – one of the oldest tourist destinations in Bali, featuring a mix of tourist attractions.