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Where to stay near Seminyak Square

Seminyak Square Hotels

One of the older shopping centres in the upmarket Seminyak district, Seminyak Square has a selection of shops and cafés set around a green square. It's often the site of events such as outdoor concerts and markets, and you'll often see people meeting up in the square to hang out. Seminyak Square is sort of a focal point for the Seminyak area of Bali, and provides a pleasant, pedestrianised area to wander away from the busy roads.

Things to see

Seminyak Square was built before the area was full of luxury resorts, and it attracts both tourists and locals who want reasonably priced shopping. There's not a huge selection of shops, but if you've forgotten your swimsuit or want to buy handmade accessories in a traditional style, then this is a good place to start. The shopping centre is set around the central green, and most of the units are taken up with coffee shops, Indonesian bakeries, and spas where you can get a quick massage. The green area is used for lots of events, and you'll often see market stalls lined up, or local musicians putting on open air shows. Look out for the food festivals, which are great for tourists with adventurous taste buds, as this is a great way to try lots of spicy and flavourful Indonesian foods in one afternoon. You can wander around eating chicken satay on a stick or any of the deep fried delights that are on offer that day.

Hotels in Seminyak Square

Seminyak is an upmarket area of Bali, but there are a few hotels near Seminyak Square which are of a more traditional style and offer low nightly rates. These more affordable hotels usually have 3 stars such as Seminyak Square Hotel, so are clean and comfortable, and will usually offer extras such as free WiFi, outdoor pools, air conditioning, luggage storage, and gardens. You'll often find individually designed rooms that have all the home comforts, and amenities can include rainfall showerheads, free toiletries, hair dryers, refrigerators with complimentary bottled water, and in-room safes.

Where to stay

It's easy to see why Seminyak has become such a popular area of Bali, and this relatively small town sits on a long area of coastline. There are white sandy beaches, clear blue seas that are warm enough for swimming, and scuba diving just off the coast. While there are lots of big resorts such as Lakshmi Villas that have sprung up in recent years, you'll find a few cheap hotels in Seminyak such as ZEN Rooms Seminyak Kayu Jati, and budget travellers will enjoy the thriving street food scene and cute little bars near the beach. At night, there's a busy club scene, especially along the beach where revellers spill out onto the sands, and you'll often find DJs playing al fresco gigs along the seafront.

How to get to Seminyak Square

Seminyak is close to Ngurah Rai International Airport, the major airport for Bali, and if you land here it's just a 30 minute cab ride to Seminyak Square. Public transport can be unreliable in Bali, and although there are occasional buses it's often easier to book an airport shuttle, or get one of the prepaid cabs from the terminal to take you to your hotel. It's also possible to reach Bali by boat, and ferries arrive in Gilimanuk in the north of the island from Singapore, Java, and other surrounding islands. From here you take a coach towards Denpasar, and can then get another to Seminyak. This long coastal route takes a few hours, but is worth it for backpackers who aren't in a hurry.