Bali Royal Heritage Villas

Bali Royal Heritage Villas Located right in the center of Seminyak, Bali Royal Heritage Villas is an individual private resort with a unique mix of traditional and modern living.

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Suluban Beach in Bali, Hidden Cave Beach near UluwatuSuluban Beach is one of Bali’s most unique shores, concealed by nat...
30/09/2019

Suluban Beach in Bali, Hidden Cave Beach near Uluwatu

Suluban Beach is one of Bali’s most unique shores, concealed by natural limestone formations and accessed via steps and log ramps through narrow gaps in the rock. Shaded by a looming cliff face, this small beach may not be ideal for sunbathers, but pro surfers love it as a base to paddle out and ride nearby reef breaks from.
Nicknamed ‘Blue Point’, Suluban Beach lies at the end of Jalan Mamo, in the coastal area of Labuan Sait – the same area shared by famous surf spots Padang Padang and Uluwatu. Parking is at the roadside, right before the flight of stairs down to the beach, and costs about Rp 5,000 for bikes and Rp 15,000 for cars.

From here, you’ll need to endure a 10-minute walk down a flight of concrete steps. However, you won’t immediately find the beach at the end. Pass rows of locally-run cafés (serving cold Bintangs, light bites and surfer snacks including local favourite nasi campur), surfboard rentals and art shops, with the Single Fin Bar up on your right. You’ll eventually find the main beach entrance down a narrow crag at the end.
A long log parallel to a large cavern serves as a boardwalk that leads you over some rocks and onto the soft sand, all while the sounds of crashing waves become more discernible. The cavern is also a favourite campsite, with tents and bonfires becoming a frequent sight. Meanwhile, further ahead, azure waters and sky are visible through narrow cliff openings.

Petitenget Beach in Bali, Popular Sunset Beach in SeminyakPetitenget Beach is the main beach of Seminyak. It’s named aft...
23/09/2019

Petitenget Beach in Bali, Popular Sunset Beach in Seminyak

Petitenget Beach is the main beach of Seminyak. It’s named after a temple of the same name, located 100 metres from the coast. This grey sand beach isn’t as crowded as its neighbours, Kuta and Legian. It has large waves most of the time, along with strong undercurrents. The wide stretch of sand with vast flat surfaces make Petitenget Beach one of the most beautiful coasts. With a few dining spots along its coast, it’s an excellent go-to for enjoying Bali’s magical sunsets.
Petitenget Beach highlights
Petitenget Beach's halfway position in Seminyak makes it easily accessible. A large parking space adjoins Petitenget Temple, along with a separate communal hall where local youths practice traditional dances. You can swim at low tides, sunbathe, jog, meditate or amble along the seaside at sunset. Excellent dining spots line the coast, such as La Lucciola and Mano Beach Club. Or, you can chill out at some of Bali’s best beach clubs that call the beach home, including Ku De Ta, Potato Head Beach Club, and WooBar.

Batubelig Beach in BaliBatubelig Beach is a black-sand beach between Seminyak’s Petitenget Beach and Canggu’s Berawa Bea...
16/09/2019

Batubelig Beach in Bali

Batubelig Beach is a black-sand beach between Seminyak’s Petitenget Beach and Canggu’s Berawa Beach. It's within a half-hour drive north from Seminyak’s main dining and shopping hubs. It’s possible to walk down to the beach from some of Petitenget’s famous hangouts, such as the Potato Head Beach Club. The beach is known for its calm atmosphere and beautiful sea views, slightly removed from the busier crowds to the south. However, you can still find some sections along this beach dotted with funky bars where you can enjoy great sunset vibes, cocktails, and cool beats played by the DJs.

Enjoying Batubelig Beach Batubelig Beach is a good spot for relaxing and sunbathing on the warm, dark sand. However, the waves are rougher here than at Kuta and Legian, with tides usually pounding the shore hard. This and some strong undercurrents make it unsafe for swimming. Daytime beach activities include kite-flying and volleyball, while the whole picturesque west coast is a favourite route for horse riding from the stables in Canggu. During the monsoon season (usually between December and February), expect some occasional flotsam and jetsam due to westerly winds. Sunsets are magical and, after chilling out at a bar, dining options abound along the main street of Jalan Batubelig.

Tanah Lot Temple in BaliTanah Lot Temple is one of Bali’s most important landmarks, famed for its unique offshore settin...
09/09/2019

Tanah Lot Temple in Bali

Tanah Lot Temple is one of Bali’s most important landmarks, famed for its unique offshore setting and sunset backdrops. An ancient Hindu shrine perched on top of an outcrop amidst constantly crashing waves; Tanah Lot Temple is simply among Bali’s not-to-be-missed icons. The onshore site of the Tanah Lot temple complex is dotted with smaller shrines together with visitors’ leisure facilities that comprise restaurants, shops and a cultural park where regular dance performances are shown regularly. The temple is located in the Beraban village of the Tabanan regency, an approximate 20km northwest of Kuta. It is often included on sightseeing and cultural tours to Bali’s western and central regions.

Berawa Beach in BaliBerawa Beach is the closest of Canggu’s beaches to Seminyak, being only a 30-minute drive north from...
02/09/2019

Berawa Beach in Bali

Berawa Beach is the closest of Canggu’s beaches to Seminyak, being only a 30-minute drive north from the main dining and shopping hubs. The beach is only a minute’s hop north of Batubelig. The dark grey and black sand here encloses the largest lagoon along the Canggu coastline. This largely forms part of the hotel beachfront of the Lv8 Resort Hotel. To reach the beach, take the namesake Jalan Pantai Berawa, ending right at the Legong Keraton Beach Hotel.
Berawa Beach is also one of the last stops in Canggu for avid surfers, especially for those who prefer to escape the more crowded coasts of the south. There are some rocky reefs that anchor the sand and help shape up some nice rights and a few lefts at high tide. The waves are too big and currents too strong for swimming. However, as a casual visitor, you’re offered calming scenes around sunset. A number of unique bars and chill-out spots in the area make good use of these settings.

On the black sand are sunbeds with parasols available for all-day rents, generally at pretty low prices – around Rp 50,000. Iceboxes with ice-cold Bintangs and soft drinks are sold cheaply nearby. You can also nibble away on some roast corn. Peddlers aren’t as numerous when compared to Legian and Seminyak, so you won’t be as spoiled for choice, nor so frequently pestered.
If you didn’t bring your own surfboard, some of the local sunbed and parasol owners offer [mostly ding-repaired, but rideable] boards for rent. To the north, Berawa Beach ends at another lagoon where the fisherman’s landing of Nelayan Beach starts. Both Berawa and Nelayan feature sparsely placed fishing huts and outriggers parked up on the sand. During the monsoon (usually between December and February), expect slight flotsam and jetsam due to westerly winds.

Echo Beach in BaliEcho Beach is one of Bali’s most popular surf spots. The nickname overshadows its local name ‘Pantai B...
26/08/2019

Echo Beach in Bali

Echo Beach is one of Bali’s most popular surf spots. The nickname overshadows its local name ‘Pantai Batu Mejan’, which takes after a significant Balinese Hindu sea temple on site. Sharing the serene rice field-landscaped region of Canggu with other wave-riding spots such as Berawa, Seseh and Pererenan, Echo Beach has become most popular due to its advanced reef breaks, 180-degree seascape and sunsets, as well as delicious seafood cafes set on a high vantage point.
The black-sand beach is approximately 35 km northwest of Kuta and Seminyak, and a 14-km drive west from the provincial capital of Denpasar. For those staying in one of the many luxury villas in Canggu, this coastal region can be reached by a 45-minute transfer from Ngurah Rai International Airport in Tuban, South Bali. Past the upscale area of Seminyak, the journey further west takes you to Canggu’s green expanses of paddies, which remain well-kept and tended to by local Balinese villagers.

Echo Beach highlights Echo Beach is at the end of Jalan Pantai Batu Mejan, the road originally named after the temple there, but which now has more signposts bearing its nickname. There are rows of shacks with surfboards for rent, ding repairs, and a motorcycle parking spot. Sunset dining spots line the paved alley left of the gate. While most open during the day, many come to life a little later with barbecues and unique boat-shaped buffets at sunset.
At the far end of the cafes, you'll be able to see the outline of the centuries-old temple. The temple and cafes sit on a small cliff overlooking the surf, and the black-sand beach is accessible down a few steps to the right of the gate. 100 metres along the coastline and set upon the low-lying rocks are parasols and colourful beanbags for chill-out sessions.

The Beach of Seminyak in BaliSeminyak Beach is a world apart from its neighbouring beach resort areas – the likes of Kut...
21/08/2019

The Beach of Seminyak in Bali

Seminyak Beach is a world apart from its neighbouring beach resort areas – the likes of Kuta and Legian to its south – chiefly in the type of crowd it attracts. Bali first emerged as a tourist destination for vagabond surfers, attracted to these south-western shores by its dramatic waves, with Seminyak Beach offering its splendid coast of gold to dark sand and gorgeous sunsets.
The coast is popular with resident expats and has a refined feel to it, where you’ll find a fashionable and chic scene, with rows of designer boutiques along its main roads and side streets. A handful of the island’s best dining venues and world-renowned nightlife spots that host international gigs can also be found in Seminyak.

Good to know about Seminyak Beach
The beach resort area is also home to some of the chicest resorts and villas on the island, and they, in turn, are surrounded by many luxury spas and dining outlets. The fine selection of lavish beachfront hotels started with the Oberoi, built during the hippie-and-surf craze of the 1970s, and went on to become a landmark, lending its name to the whole north-western end of Seminyak and the road that runs through it (officially Jalan Laksmana).
The main Jalan Raya Seminyak extends north from Jalan Raya Legian and ends at Jalan Raya Kerobokan and the westernmost end of Kuta’s Sunset Road. Jalan Raya Seminyak branches into three main streets: Jalan Dhyana Pura, Jalan Laksmana and Jalan Petitenget in its north. Each has distinctive characteristics and typical collection of venues.

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