Hip Seminyak Guide: Where to eat, stay, shop, spa & party in Bali’s most social and stylish ‘hood'.
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 popular (without the notorious Kuta crowds), Seminyak is spilling with uber-cool cafes and hip restaurants, plenty of spas for your ooh-and-ahs, cool beach bars, swanky villas (aka party pads) and ritzy resorts. Read on for our top picks of all you need to know about Seminyak, Petitenget & beyond.
SOUQ Organic is an elegant combination of a healthy café and a lifestyle and clothes store in the heart of Seminyak. Modern tables are placed amongst beautiful dresses, beach accessories, and home decor and it is difficult to decide what to do first – look at the clothes or get a piece of their famous carrot pie.
Whatever your interior desires are, Bali has everything you need to make your home chic!
Whether you’re looking for a memento to take home, or you’ve recently moved here and need to furnish your villa, here are the five best design stores in Bali to inspire you on your home styling journey. Let the shopping begin!
Shopping in Seminyak: Where to buy bikinis, dresses, bags & more in Petitenget & beyond.
If shopping in Seminyak is at the top of your Bali bucket list – we get it, and we’re with you! Almost every woman with a heartbeat wants to shop up a tropical storm on her holidays, so here’s our guide to finding your fashion fix in Seminyak – from sophisticated silk playsuits to island-boho maxi dresses, and everything fabulous in between. We’re talking resort wear royalty here: slip dresses, romper shorts, jumpsuits, evening dresses, cute camis, leather skirts, gorgeous kaftans, crochet cover-ups, new bikinis, shoes, bags, accessories… and more! So go forth and conquer – you deserve it (all)!
This is a family-owned, fair trade business that places great importance on giving back to the community, with all of their products being created by local artisans. Their designs are drawn from a mixture of traditional and contemporary Asian inspirations and are made from natural materials such as bamboo, vetiver and cotton.
Yes it’s true!! Our Rumah Collection (like what I did there!?) launched last night and we’ve been doing a happy dance over at Sage x Clare HQ today. The overwhelming response to our new collection has seriously given us shivers up the spine, gratitude is an understatement. Obvs, we wouldn’t be what we are without our amazing customers so we thought we’d take you on a visual journey of our amazing new range...