Neighbourhood & Getting around
Start your day in one of the first bakeries to open in Bali, Café Moka, just next to your villa. Despite a slew of new competition, the latte and croissants at this bakery are still unbeatable. For a healthy start, order our favourite J-Bay peanut butter, banana and granola bowl at Nalu Bowls Shelter Café around the corner.
If you are wondering what ‘warung’ means, try the Indonesian buffet at Made’s Warung and Warung Ocha. Made’s Warung is also famous for its many events from live concerts to traditional Balinese dancing performances. It’s worth venturing a little further to try the babi guling (suckling pig) and twisted martinis at Naughty Nuri’s, and for those of you that have a sweet tooth, Gusto Gelato and Café is probably the most popular ice cream in Bali. Get ready for a large queue that moves very quickly, no matter what hour of the day or night you visit the gelaterie.
Best way to get around Seminyak is by bike. Motorbike rental per day is approximately 60.000 IDR (€3.5 or $4.5 USD), and no licence is needed.
If you are a family or big group of friends, you might prefer to rent a car. Car rental per day is approximately 200.000 – 300.000 IDR (€12 -€18 or $15 – $22 USD). To rent a car you need to have an international valid licence.
Just let us know and we can arrange for both motorbike and/or car rental.