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The Weather in Seminyak
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. In the next 6 months, November will have higher average temperatures. However, temperatures can go lower than 73° in Seminyak in September. The rainiest month is November while the driest month is October.
Discover the magic of Bali, Indonesia, with a Seminyak vacation rental
If your travel itinerary includes surfing some of the best breaks in the world, relaxing with a good book on the beach, getting pampered with a massage, or visiting Hindu temples, a Seminyak vacation rental provides your home base. Accommodations include resort-style condominiums, quaint Balinese cottages right on the beach, chic high-rise apartments with stunning ocean views, hillside guest houses, and sprawling beachfront villas.
Tantalize your tastebuds with exotic spices and herbs
Seminyak is home to delicious Balinese food which combines Indonesian and Asian fare. The street vendors, called warongs, offer authentic dishes including suckling pig, roasted black rice pudding, and fried noodles, all prepared with exotic spices and herbs.
Seminyak's Jalan Laksmana, also known as "Eat Street," offers a numerous eateries as well as unique shops. This bustling hub features restaurants, cafes, and warongs that serve a variety of cuisines.
The Revolver Boutique Coffee House is famous for its rich house blend coffee and is popular among locals. For a Moroccan casbah experience, complete with belly dancers, check out Khaima. This cool eatery offers North African and Middle Eastern fare.
Family-friendly fun with monkeys
Between Seminyak and Ubud, the Sacred Monkey Forest of Padangtegal is a must-do. It's a forest that's home to gray long-tailed macaque monkeys. But stay alert; the cute creatures are in the habit of stealing sunglasses, hats, and cameras in exchange for food. The forest also offers walking paths that feature ancient temples.
Excursions into the heart of Bali
A great way to experience Bali is to take a trip to Ubud. An hour's drive north of Seminyak, Ubud is well known as the home of Ketut, the medicine man in the movie "Eat, Pray, Love."
Ubud is the cultural heart of Bali. For a shorter version of the movie, you can eat, pray and love right in Ubud. The village features scrumptious eateries, Hindu temples, working rice terraces and romantic waterfalls.
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