To enrich your romantic experience other than to live it in a celebration for two at Berry Amour Villas, here come a few high recommendations for a romantic couple to explore.
You might know that Seminyak is bursting with cute cafes, beach clubs and amazing shopping spots, but do you know the latest hot spots for couples too?
There are so many new places worth visiting each year in Seminyak and it’s actually hard to keep track of them all.
So to help you as a romantic couple we made a list of 5 things to do in Seminyak in the hope you will have an easier time finding all the places on your next trip to Bali.
It may be our first recommendation list, but definitely not our least! So stay tuned for many more to come!
ps. We linked each recommendation with their Instagram profile, so you are able to check out their latest updates and precise location.
Nook: A open air café overlooking beautiful rice fields, which has a great menu with lots of variety from Indonesian to Western.
Sisterfield: A favorite among many! The food is well-presented and their breakfast and brunch options are just divine. The place looks stunning with polished white and green interior elements, it’s just like being in one of Sydney’s hottest cafes. You can immediately spot that the owners are secretly from there.
Kynd Community: A plant-based café serving everything fresh and healthy such as salads, juices, sandwiches, smoothies and coffee. This café makes everything, so pretty that is has been a must-visit for all coming to Seminyak.
Put this one on the list and we will promise you, you won’t regret it!
Biku Restaurant: Biku has been there for as long as we can remember. It’s a restaurant that deserves a medal for its incredible consistency. This restaurant is known for its tea lounge options, servins English style High tea with delicious bites, but don’t worry they have great lunch and dinner options too.
Ku de ta: A more popular spot for families and couples that want to feel more relaxed and chilled out. The music and cocktails are amazing and they have a fine dining restaurant too. Try out a sunset here next to the pool and you’ll understand why it has been a popular spot for so many years already.
Potato head beach club: Definitely, one of the best beach clubs out there! This place has everything you need: Infinity pool, beach front restaurant & bar, tiki cocktails and many beautiful people. This is one of the most visited place in Bali, so make sure to come early to secure your sunbed or cabana.
Mrs Sippy Bali: Chill on the dreamiest daybeds and spend a day in the largest saltwater swimming pool in Bali.
Kim Soo: A open retail and design space that curates mostly homeware products with a mix of bohemian, ethnic, classic and contemporary styles combined. Their variety is just stunning, from sleek wooden kitchen utensils, handcrafted patterned textile and carpets to rare furniture items.
Wanderlust: Visit wanderlust for that trendy and well-designed swimwear
La Plancha Beach Bar: The place to be when it comes to experiencing stunning sunsets. La Plancha is a very colorful spot with lots of bean bags everywhere, lights and candles set up in the evening. The vibe is just amazing, check it out!
Mano Beach Bar: Amazingly well-done beach club with an incredible sophisticated drinks and food menu. A must-visit!
La Favela (open until 3am): This is your typical night-out place if you like to hang out and have fun together within a crowded party atmosphere.
Motel Mexicola (open until 1 am): This place is just all about having fun. The crew has only one mission and that is pouring tequila down your throat until you dance! They have great Mexican food as well, definitely worth the try.
40 Thieves (open until 1 am): A speakeasy bar with a delight variety of cocktails and alcoholic beverages. A must-visit place, if you like to have a more relaxed drinking night with a sophisticated variety of whiskey, gin and vodka options.
Sarong Restaurant: A very romantic dining experience in an open structured restaurant surrounded in an amazingly looking garden. The restaurant serves a inspired cuisine from diverse Southeast Asian countries such as India, Thailand, Indonesia and Sri Lanka. The food is amazing and the cocktails are a delight too.
Just make sure you make a reservation, since this place has been a popular dining spot from beginning until now.
Mama San: A more modern loft-style version of the same group restaurant, Sarong. This restaurant serves a more bistro inspired South-east Asian cuisine from more Chinese ethnic regions such as Vietnam, Cambodia and Burma.
Don’t worry about your choice of dishes, because everything that you will order here will definitely satisfy your taste buds. Make sure to try this restaurant before you leave the island!
Metis: A stunning decorated French restaurant overlooking Balinese rice fields, serving French cuisine that is amazingly delicious and luxurious. For an ultimate romantic experience, you might want to book the Exclusive Bale function for the best sunset and rice field view.