Seminyak Field Guide Launch: Everything You Need To Hit The Ground Running

Seminyak Field Guide

Therefore excited to be releasing our Seminyak Field Guide!

Our Seminyak Field Guide is everything you need to hit the floor operating. Forget those hours (or days) planning the perfect trip to Seminyak, Bali. We have put all our favourite picks from our several years of go Bali and place them as well as our very own map of Seminyak so you can effortlessly find and go through the most readily useful of Seminyak.

We call this our Seminyak Field Guide, because we didn’t desire to simply provide you with a range of places, but an easy way to make use of them ‘in the field’. Using our Seminyak Field Guide should suggest small to no planning is required through your stay in Seminyak.

For all your important info you must know before planning your complete day at Bali, we now have our Beginners Guide To Bali.

What’s Inside Our Seminyak Field Guide

Our favourite thing about this guide may be the simple to follow Seminyak Map with all our favourites picks pin pointed. Additionally, you will find our favourite picks for:

  • Places To Eat (Coffee | Healthier | Indonesian + Warungs | Cafe | Fun + Everyday | A Little Bit Fancy | Sweets)
  • Items to See + Do (Spas | Beach Clubs)
  • Tradition
  • Shops
  • Time Trips
  • Just How To Arrange Every Day

Format: PDF – down load to your device or printing it out

Length: 31 Pages

Price: 4.99 AUD

Could Be The Seminyak Field Guide Available?

We created the Seminyak Field Guide because it had been what we’d have loved before our very first day at Seminyak. it is very easy for lost in the wonderful world of TripAdvisor, 500 pages of travel guides detailing every restaurant that exists and on line noise. If you’d like to know every place to consume and every thing to complete, than this guide most likely isn’t for you. But if like us, you merely want the most readily useful of every thing, than this guide is everything required. We have included only our favourite picks for Seminyak plus map to exhibit you in which you need to be 😉 Think of it like having a best friend it is possible to ask where you can eat each time you have hungry. It still offers you 100percent freedom to complete whatever you want in your Seminyak Holiday, nevertheless get access to the greatest information when you need it.

Get your content of our Seminyak Field Guide right here.

If you’re trying to decide where to stay in Seminyak, take a look at our favourite picks right here.

If you still haven’t quite decided where you can in Bali you wish to remain, or have actually questions regarding making your way around or packing, than try our Beginners Guide To Bali too.

Should You Want To combine your stay in Seminyak with Ubud, then take a look at our Ubud Field Guide 🙂

Let us know when you have any questions inside remarks below…

Mini Guide To Ubud – Bali

Mini Guide To Ubud

Ubud is one of our favourite places in Bali. If I could sum up Ubud in three words I would say culture, yoga and healthy food, but really there is so much more. Touristy yes, but the culture and charm are still there if you take the time to immerse yourself. This is one of the reasons that I don’t usually advocate taking a day trip to Ubud, because the real charm is found in the morning and evening when you can really explore. We’ve already touched on lots about Ubud on the blog, but we thought we’d put together a little mini guide to Ubud so you can get a quick overview of some of our favourite bits… (and some exciting news below).

See + Do

Campuhan Ridge Walk Ubud

One of our absolute favourite things to do in Ubud is the Campuhan Ridge Walk. Easily accessible from the village itself, it has beautiful views and is perfect in the early morning or evening.

Ubud is an absolute hub of Yoga. If you’ve ever wanted to try yoga, or already love it, this is the perfect place. We loved our small class at Bodyworks, Yoga Barn have a huge following and we’ve heard good things about Radiantly Alive.

Tegenungan Waterfall Ubud

Tegenungan Waterfall is about a 30 minute drive from Ubud, but it’s well worth it. A beautiful waterfall that you can also swim in…


Ibu Oka Ubud

Eating at Ibu Oka is almost like a rite of passage in Ubud. Known for their suckling pig (Babi Guling), a traditional Balinese dish, it’s a must try for lunch at one of their three establishments. The restaurants themselves have lost a bit of their rustic charm and modernised over the years, but if you go to the main one (Jalan Suweta) make sure to go upstairs for a more traditional setting.

Locavore is unlike any other restaurant in Bali and if you love food, this is one you should book in advance. All the food is from sustainably sourced local ingredients.

Tukies Ubud

And we haven’t forgotten dessert… for the most delicious coconut ice cream head to Tukies. Once I tried this they couldn’t keep me away.


Padma Resort Ubud

You really are spoilt for choice in Ubud (and Bali for that matter) when it comes to accommodation. Two of our favourites are Alila Ubud and Padma Resort Ubud. Both are a little way out of the centre of Ubud, but provide complimentary shuttles. It’s a great way to enjoy the beautiful nature that surrounds Ubud, relax and still get to explore the village.