Petitenget Beach in Seminyak

Popular Sunset Beach in Bali

Petitenget Beach is the main beach of Seminyak. It’s named after the temple of the same name, which is a hundred metres from the coast. This grey sand beach is not as crowded as Kuta and Legian to its immediate south. And compared to its neighbours, it has larger waves most of the time with strong undercurrents. Nevertheless, the wide stretch of sand with vast flat surfaces make it one of the most beautiful coasts. And with a few landmark dining spots along its coast, it’s a great go-to for enjoying Bali’s magical sunsets.

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Allures of Petitenget Beach

What makes Petitenget Beach special is the mix of choices that it offers. Its halfway position in an out-of-the-way location in Seminyak makes it easily accessible. A vast parking space adjoins the namesake temple, with a separate communal hall where local youth practice traditional dances. You can swim at lower tides, sunbathe, jog, meditate or amble along the seaside at sunset. Great dining and chill-out spots line the coast, such as La Lucciola and Mano Seaside. Or, you can chill out at some of Bali’s best beach clubs that call the beach home. These include Ku De Ta, Potato Head, and WooBar at the W Bali.

Great Hotel Nearby - The Samaya Seminyak

The Samaya Seminyak

The Samaya Seminyak comprises two hectares of tropical gardens with its set of lavish private pool villas, excellent dining outlets, a great spa, and other facilities interconnected by shaded and leafy pathways.Accommodation options come in a set of Pool Villas close to the coast and Courtyard Villas near Jalan Kayu Aya.The one-bedroom Pool Villa, being the smallest, offers a generous 220sqm of space.The villas feature air conditioning, high definition movie and audio systems, and large four-poster beds with mosquito nets.The one-bedroom Royal Pavilion is 312sqm, complete with a private lap pool and an outdoor garden and gazebo. Read More...

Petitenget Beach

  • Location: Jalan Petitenget, Seminyak
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