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Seminyak Beach (Pantai Seminyak)
Seminyak Beach (Pantai Seminyak)

Seminyak Beach (Pantai Seminyak)

Bali, Indonesia

The Basics

In addition to some of Bali’s most luxurious accommodation, Seminyak Beach hosts a world-class selection of beach clubs and restaurants, including KU DE TA, Potato Head Beach Club, La Lucciola, and Mejekawi (within KU DE TA).

The spectacular sunsets on Bali’s west coast are made for sundowners; in fact, some Seminyak beach tours duly focus on bars, nightclubs, and nightlife. However, there’s more than consumption to these sandy shores. Leisure activities include surfing, horseback riding, and kite-flying (popular with young families). Alternatively, simply pull up a beanbag at a beach bar and chill out.

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Bali Horse Riding In seminyak beach
Bali Horse Riding In seminyak beach
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$69.31 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Must do if you love horses
The guide was super friendly and understanding for myself and my friend who havent ridden a horse in years. When we were confident enough they let us go on our own. Free pick up and drop off from our hotel.
Dodo, Mar 2020

Recent reviews from experiences in Bali

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A perfect day
Bobby_C, Feb 2020
Bali Horse Riding In seminyak beach
My daughter and I did the morning ride on the beach, she really loved it. It was her first time on a horse, the horse was gentle for her.
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Bali horse riding experience
dinaherzog, Feb 2020
Exclusive Horse Riding on Seminyak Beach Bali
I was very happy, had the best time galloping along the beach. The guys were super friendly, took heaps of pictures and videos for me. And the horses are well looked after and healthy looking. I’d definitely be back next time
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So Nice
olu91john, Sep 2019
Exclusive Horse Riding on Seminyak Beach Bali
This was a very relaxing and enjoyable experience bonding with the horse, as well as people on the beach spectating. The horses were well behaved and the stable people were overly polite and curious
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Sunset ride
James and Amy S, Aug 2019
Exclusive Horse Riding on Seminyak Beach Bali
This was a dream come true. My husband and I have wanted to do this for a long time. The guides were so kind and funny. We enjoyed every minute.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Perfect for the good-time traveler who likes to flaunt their bathing-suit bod, Seminyak’s beach club scene is world class.

  • Most high-end bars, beach clubs, and restaurants in Seminyak have a dress code that forbids sports- or alcohol-branded attire—that means no Bintang singlets.

  • You normally don’t need to reserve ahead of time for Seminyak beach clubs. That changes on nights with big-name international acts or events such as New Year’s Eve.

  • Seminyak Beach is no place to learn how to ride a motorbike.

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How to Get There

There are limited public transport options in Seminyak, although the tourist Kura Kura Bus service stops in the general area of the beach. It’s easy for unqualified, inexperienced motorcyclists to hire scooters and ride them through the area’s hectic traffic, often drunk and without a helmet. If you’re bar hopping, hire a driver for the night, or haggle with taxi drivers: Blue Bird cabs are most likely to use the meter.

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When to Get There

A sundowner overlooking those epic Seminyak sunsets is a must. Arrive between 6pm and 7pm, depending on the time of year. Like the rest of Bali, Seminyak Beach is at its busiest in August. During peak rainy season (December to February), avoid visiting early in the morning and wait until workers have removed the plastic trash that sweeps onshore.

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In High Spirits the Dangers of Illegal Liquor

Indonesia has extremely high taxes on alcohol, both domestic and imported. This means spirits-based drinks are relatively extremely expensive. Illegal home-brew liquor, often sold in fake international-brand bottles, is hugely common, and kills scores of people every year in Indonesia. If a spirits-based drink seems suspiciously cheap, avoid it: It’s almost certainly fake.

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