Find new life on an island pulsing with energy, ancient culture, and non-stop nightlife.
W Bali – Seminyak remains closed due to Covid-19 but we hope to see you soon!
How I See Bali
Bali is full of fun, creative, and open minded people. The Indonesian island offers activities from nature to nightlife. Bali holds strong to its identity through its culture, people, and architectural history.
Know Before You Go
Flow at Studio Villa
Combining yoga, Tai Chi and Pilates, FLOW is a low impact full body workout that helps you stretch the muscles, train your balance, control your breathing and at the same time strengthen your core.
Talk Like a Local
Learn the slang from the streets.
A phrase to express something that is crazy cool!
Gokil! The view is amazing!
Neighborhoods to Explore
Seminyak is no doubt Bali’s most vibrant neighborhood, with a never-ending selection of eateries, energetic nightlife, and tiny boutiques. Here are a few more must-visit neighborhoods nearby.
1. Kayu Aya / Oberoi
Walk along the strip and take your time to browse through the quirky boutiques. Choose from local indie designers to international brands.
Known for its selection of quality coffee shops and small cafes or warung, Brawa is your go-to spot to experience Bali’s own café culture.
3. Batu Bolong
A 15-minute scooter ride from Seminyak to get to the island’s hipster hot spot, filled with organic cafes, bars with perfect sunsets, and refreshing green views of rice fields.
Jl. Petitenget, Kerobokan
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Jl. Pantai Berawa No.52
From an amazing all-day breakfast to delicious dinners, Milk & Madu is well known for its tasty grub and good vibes.
Jalan Tegal Cupek II, Kerobokan
This cake shop is an Instagram dream and will set your sweet tooth through the roof.
Jl. Petitenget No.7, Kerobokan
A New York style speakeasy, famous for craft cocktails and artisanal spirits.
Jl. Petitenget No.7, Kerobokan
For morning coffee or a mid-day juice. And if you're hungry, Kynd offers a salad bar and other healthy treats.
Jl. Petitenget No.888
Biku is a quaint café that specializes in tea. They also offer yummy cakes and bitesize fun.
Either / Or
Don’t let the bright sunshine blocks your view!
2. Flip flops
You’re going to want some sandals that are comfy enough to wear daily.
3. Cap or hat
Protect your head from Bali’s sun and heat. You’ll be grateful.
4. Summery shorts
If you plan on getting active outside, make sure to bring your cute summer trunks or short pants.
W Bali - Seminyak
Electrify your escape in Bali's most vibrant neighborhood.
Spotted in Bali
An exclusive peek inside the first of many private music studios coming to W’s across the globe.
Jl. Petitenget No, 19 x
Sarong Restaurant is one of the best restaurants of the area with a stylish eating area tucked away from the busy streets of Seminyak.
Sunset Rd 89
The Gallery offers a selection of the best Balinese painters in one of our three galleries located right in the heart of Seminyak, Bali’s finest shopping area.
Jalan Kayu Cendana No. 8B
An intelligent, informed, and exceptionally modern celebration of Indonesia’s artists and artisans.
Jalan Raya Kerobokan No. 144
Niluh Djelantik, a Balinese shoe designer, has been recognized as the high priestess of the shoe industry in Bali with a shop that specializes in handmade high quality leather shoes and accessories.
Jalan Kayu Aya No.9
The uniquely gracious and hospitable spirit of the Balinese and the stunning Seminyak beachfront location of KU DE TA makes the venue magical.