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Seminyak Beach

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Seminyak Beach

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Bali White Water Rafting

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If you’re looking for adventure in Ubud, white water rafting should be high on your agenda, and unless you have your own wheels, a package makes economic sense. This cost-effective tour includes all safety equipment, white water rafting with a guide, lunch, and a choice of a morning or noon departure. You can also upgrade for shared transportation or a time-saving private transfer.
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Sisu1970 wrote a review Sep 2020
Stuttgart, Germany13 contributions
We went to Bali for the duration of three weeks. Ubud was amazing bat Seminyak Beach is just very cool. Take your scooter and visit different places along the coatsline. Cool clubs and nice litte foody places... I do love a sundowner on this beach. Yes. Due Covid19 we unfortunately won`t be able to travel for a while. Keep this lovely island in your heart and just have a look at your photos over and over again. See you soon.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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MADHURKJAIN wrote a review Sep 2020
Vadodara, India290 contributions123 helpful votes
Pristine white sandy beach. Ideal place to relax or swim. Located in the vicinity of a chain of high end hotels. Amazing sunset views
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Beau I wrote a review Sep 2020
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Beautiful sunset, and perfect time to social distancing We can swim under the sunset before close your day.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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ind wrote a review Jul 2020
England, United Kingdom162 contributions45 helpful votes
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Arrrrh the beach... this is one place we didn’t list on our agenda when planning our trip, as we’re not particularly beach people who spend time tanning ourselves to a crisp! Writing it off completely was a bit harsh and I wish we had made an exception just this once. Still, we managed a couple of hours toe dipping in the coolness of the sea, watching and listening to the great ocean waves, tingling us with excitement and almost sweeping us in, it was a case of “sand on, stress off” after a 17 hour flight! This was bliss... Seminyak Beach is 10 minutes walk from The Alea hotel, the route is a straight cut through residential area dotted with quaint villas and tropical greenery. The temperatures didn’t hold back, after all it was mid-day when most sun worshippers had crawled back to the luxury of their hotels air con. For us it was great having the beach almost to ourselves. A few local vendors trying to delight us with their wares, friendly smiley people and a polite “no thank you” will suffice. We enjoyed moments of peace and calmness, watching swirls of waves coming in and cooling down our roasted feet from the blazing heat of the sand. The salty sea air and catching an odd glimpse of a surfer conquering a wave added to our fun in the sun. We spotted crabs popping out from pockets of sand and running into the sea, so well camouflaged. The longer we spent just walking and gazing at the vastness of the ocean my mindset touched senses one can only dream off in paradise, making me feel alive and regaining my sanity. The beach is clean, lined with palm trees gently swaying in the breeze and sand so soft you’ll be leaving picture postcard memories and footprints for others to follow. Bars and restaurants setting up for late brunches, we parked ourselves at a cafe, people watched and took few photos. We ended our leisurely stroll at a bohemian cafe which looked like one big tropical fruit cocktail, inviting cosy colourful bean bags, low level tables and a signpost with some funky quotes, this was a picture of relaxation, peace and love. The cafe overlooks the ocean where you can get fed and watered enjoying the ambience and I guess a fabulous party vibe in the evening for ‘movers and shakers’, enjoying a few beers and watching an amazing sunset. Our recommendation: Definitely go for it! all you have to do is press ‘escape’ and you’ll be transported into a world of calmness, ride a wave and let your free spirit run wild, this is therapy on the cheap. Personally for me, I’ll be putting the beach on future trips, after all what’s not to like?....Indu & Versha.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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PrestonGuild wrote a review Jun 2020
United Kingdom52,204 contributions2,559 helpful votes
Once you go past Legian beach you are on Seminyak Beach. There are also some high end hotels on the vicinity and I noted that it was less busier here. A nice place to have a stroll, popular with surfers and it was relatively clean.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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