See you in Seminyak

See you in Seminyak

A bounty of beachside bars, world-class restaurants and unbeatable shopping await in Bali’s most sought-after paradise, Seminyak.

Classic members can take a break in Bali at Classic Lofts @Seminyak Square – a Classic Club Property that takes members right to the heart of Bali’s most in-demand and on-trend village. The luxe accommodation sits atop the Seminyak Square Shopping Arcade, providing direct access to onsite shops, restaurants and weekend bazaar markets.


The self-contained, air-conditioned 2 bedroom apartments at Classic Lofts @ Seminyak Square are fully equipped with modern amenities to make your stay comfortable in your home away from home. Make the most of the facilities which include a partial kitchen for convenience and a shared outdoor rooftop swimming pool to soak up the sunshine by day or unwind into the night.


While it’s only a small island, Bali is bursting with things to see and do – from the dazzling beach clubs to the lush green rice terraces and cultural masterpieces. Seminyak has everything you need within walking distance, however you can always venture a little further to sample more of Bali’s treasures.   

Temple Time

Seminyak’s Petitenget Temple is well worth a visit – considered the cultural heart of the village, this centuries-old temple is a must-see. Perfect for a day trip, head to Uluwatu in the south of the island to experience the cheeky monkeys at Uluwatu Temple while overlooking some of Bali’s most mesmerising cliffscapes.

Day Clubs

Bali’s Day Clubs are becoming even more renowned than its famous nightlife. One of the coolest spots to view the Bali sunset over the ocean with a cocktail, crowds flock to Potato Head Beach Club in Seminyakto dance, eat and drink the afternoon away. Seminyak is also home to Ku De Ta, Bali’s original sunset destination featuring a restaurant, bar and beach lounge open everyday from 8am till late.

Shop and Dine

Simply walk the streets of Seminyak to find stalls lining the roads with fashion, art, jewellery, souvenirs and everything in between. And for a taste of local cuisine, take your pick from local street stalls or find some of the best restaurants in Bali right around the corner. Seminyak is foodie-central and has become a hot spot for diners seeking world-class fare without the hefty price tag.

Top Tips for Travelling Around

Because of the small size of the island, no matter where you are staying in Bali, you can explore all the best highlights within a few hours’ drive. Taxis are an extremely affordable way to get around the southern part of the island – the best tip is to use the more reputable Blue Bird Taxis.


“I have almost finished my stay here and I have to say this place is great. Centrally located and you can walk to local bars or down to the beach. Also walking distance to Ku De Ta. Has a great small pool with really attentive staff. I stayed in their basic room and it was very spacious and comfortable.” Marcus H via TripAdvisor


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