Whilst it's seamlessly attached to Kuta-Legian,
they all started off as separate villages, if you read most of the travel literature out there, you’d think it were a completely different world. Shops become boutiques, clubs become hide-outs, restaurants become supperclubs and so on. The reality is, Seminyak is better than its neighbour by degrees, not in kind. So, while the beach is spectacular, the smudgy sunsets look like they’ve been designed by drunken kids with crayons and the bars wouldn't dare serve you dodgy arak, the place still attracts glossy scenesters with more money than taste. The one thing everybody can agree on, however, is how great the food is. While other parts of Bali specialise, in Seminyak, whether you want European, Japanese, Indonesian or local, the grub served is five-star.