What to do in Seminyak.
Smack bang in the centre of Seminyak’s busy streets, the Seminyak Village shopping mall is an oasis of calm in the chaos of Bali.
- 1 Seminyak Village Shopping Mall
- 2 Eat at Tiger Palm, or Warung
- 3 What to do in Seminyak Village with kids?
- 4 The Inside Scoop – What to do in Seminyak Village
- 5 Toadstool Rating – Seminyak Shops.
- 6 Looking for MORE SUPER DOOPER FUN places to eat and things to do in Bali?
Seminyak Village Shopping Mall
This elegant shopping mall in Bali is our favourite place to catch our breath in Seminyak, and use the air-conditioned building to rejuvenate our stamina to face the humid temperatures outside.
Pull up a comfy chair and do the same.
Or….shop. It’s not the place for cheap shopping in Bali, but you’ll find the odd bargain here or there.
You’ll find these stores at Seminyak Village Mall.
Rococo – Jakarta’s most loved multi-label shoe and accessory store for men and women. Only one in Bali.
Farah Khan – wearable art pieces favoured by celebrities such as Selena Gomez, these intricate hand embellished pieces are timeless and one-of-a-kind.
MCM – handcrafted handbags, carryalls and purses from Germany
INTime – a curated selection of time pieces (clocks, watches, pocketwatches) from contemporary luxury brands across the world
Optik Tunggal – Indonesia’s best known optometrist, with over 80 stores nationwide, and over 40 international eyewear and sunglass brands to choose from
Aldo – Fabulous fashionable shoes and accessories for men and women
Lily Jean – comfortable, fashionable day and evening wear for the modern woman
M Resort – the only shop you need in Bali for resort boutique wear across all seasons, year round
Naga by Milo – my FAVOURITE menswear shop in Bali – check out the unique Milo prints above – quirky and with a sense of humour, these shirts are adorable! They also sell select women’s wear including tops and scarfs. Pick up a colourful beach bag too!
Buddha Wear – laidback, feminine fashion for women with an ethical conscience. Fabrics sourced in Indonesia. It’s the best shopping in Seminyak if you want clothes for the Bali lifestyle.
Bamboo Blonde – An island institution – flirty, floaty and on-trend dresses, accessories, and body products for women who love life, and adore fashion. (Hot tip: Look out for a Bali Pocket guide book – there’s decent discounts on purchases at a Bamboo Blonde store, and HEAPS of other discounts for local restaurants, coffee shops, and activities too. These are the best discounts in Bali we’ve found.)
Rimowa luggage – The international leading travel luggage brand is the trusted go-to brand for business travellers and globetrotters seeking durability and style.
Another Island Living – this shop offers a curated selection of gorgeous home linens, clothing and home decor from all around the world.
The Marketplace – a family-oriented mini-market of 20 stores selling everything from Bali towels, Bali handicrafts and souvenirs, quality silver jewellery, baskets, textiles, embroideries, cushions, fashion and knick knacks.
There’s a boutique pantry (a bite-size take on a Department store food hall), Indonesian emporium for all your souvenir and gift needs, and a Toni and Guy hairdresser for a quick hair blow out.
Pick up a Seminyak Village brochure and directory map at the Guest Relations desk just inside the front door.
Eat at Tiger Palm, or Warung
Malaysian-inspired fusion food by chef Will Meyrick, the man behind MamaSan and Sarong can be found at Tiger Palm.
Or if you feel like a burger, Warung is the place to be. There’s also sandwiches, pastries and desserts, tea and delicious coffee to boot.
What to do in Seminyak Village with kids?
Icecream! Order hand rolled ice-cream at XOXO icecream (under the escalator at the back of the mall), or stop by Dough Darling for handmade artisanal doughnuts. (Really. Do that. They are that good.)
Upstairs on the first floor, there’s a designated kids play zone where they can run about under your watchful eye while you sip on your morning coffee.
No more wondering what to do in Seminyak – head straight here. There’s a coffee shop metres away, and comfy cushions to sit on while you drink it!
The Inside Scoop – What to do in Seminyak Village
Correct at time of publication. Please check with venue for updates. We apologise in advance if there have been any changes we are unaware of.
Address: Jalan Kayu Jati No. 8, Kuta Badung, Bali 80361
Telephone: (0361) 738097
Email: Email Seminyak Village Bali
Website: Seminyak Shops
Opening Hours: 10am to 10pm daily
Entry Fees: Free entry to the mall.
Parking: This shopping centre in Seminyak has excellent parking facilities on Basement Level with a direct lift up to the different shopping floors of the mall. With min. purchase IDR. 100,000, get 2 hours free parking.
How to get there:
- Bus: Catch a super cheap Kura Kura bus from Kuta, Legian, Canggu, Sanur, Jimbaran and Ubud. The Kura Kura bus stop is located next door to Seminyak Village at Seminyak Square shopping centre.
- On Foot: Seminyak Village has newly built sidewalks connecting us to Jl Kayu Aya, which is the most popular pedestrian road in Seminyak city centre. Seminyak Village is within walking distance from Ku De Ta, The Legian, The Oberoi, The Seminyak and other popular hotels.
- Taxi: Book a Bluebird Taxi. Concierge can assist in booking a return taxi for you after your visit to the mall.
- Uber: Uber and GrabTaxi are two apps that can be used in Bali for ordering transportation to and from Seminyak Village
Seminyak Bali Map
Toilets: Yes, including baby change table
Disability access: Yes
Closest ATM: RARA Money Changer has been in operation since 2003 and provides the best authorized exchange service that is always secure and reliable.
Enclosed: Yes, security clearance also at entrance
- This Seminyak Bali shopping mall was last reviewed in April 2018.
Toadstool Rating – Seminyak Shops.
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