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Seminyak Square

"Seminyak Square really is a bit of everything, even including a hotel inside. I think the idea was a shopping arcade that grew into food courts, markets and open spaces everywhere.
There're a few speciality stores like DC, Quicksilver, Mega Batik as well as a good range of cafes and dining options. Mixed in are your traditional type markets with a good range of basic clothes and varied items.
Overall the area is really clean and well looked after (given traffic is mostly blocked off) and don't forget the free wifi here too!"

          Seminyak Square is a convenient stopover on your trips through the center of Seminyak. Seminyak Square was opened in 2009. This fairly new shopping center is located in Oberoi Street. It offers free parking for bicycles, motorbikes and cars. The Shopping Mall is located at the famous Jalan Kayu Aya, where you will find a large shopping gallery on two floors with restaurants and cafes. On the ground floor there is an outdoor art and a large parking lot. But you can also find a batik shop, boutiques, surf shops, bookstore, souvenir and jewelry shops. There is something to find for everyone to your liking.
Of course there are other shops where you can enjoy shop. Currently there are under one roof "food outlets" like Bali Bakery, Casa Gourmet and other restaurants, which offer a large variety of oriental and western dishes. It is the first commercial area which equipped with many restaurants and branded shopping center.

The Seminyak Square's main building consists of three floors. There is even a small hotel. Seminyak Square is just above the shops and has only 24 rooms. So it's really for the die-hards who are not tired of shopping to stay here.
The shops and boutiques are mostly similar to those you find along the streets of Kuta and Legian. One shop is worth: Vinoti. This not only sells large furniture sets, but also small Indonesian furniture, which you can take home.

Bali Bakery in Seminyak Square complex serves as a favorite place for those who want a break with pastries, sandwiches and coffee. The Bakery also has a selection of international and Indonesian dishes. Besides the bakery is the Periplus Bookstore, which has a good selection of tourist books about the island Bali.

 

At the end of the gallery with boutiques located Warung Ares Bali (formerly Vivai Dine & Lounge). This is a restaurant where you can get cooking on an outdoor garden on the roof.
There are public facilities such as clean toilets, ample free parking, a free Wifi connection, umbrellas and shaded garden benches and tables, where you can take a rest. The Seminyak Square has a 24-hour security.

On Sundays there is a special Seminyak Square Sunday Market, which is open from 09:00 - 17:00. There are many stalls that are open on Sundays. In fact, there are several stalls at the Seminyak Square Sunday Market, giving away gifts to their clients. One of them has a "Wheel of Fortune", so if you're lucky, you get a free t-shirt. Otherwise, you'll get nice lollipops or stickers.
When you shop at the Seminyak Square Sunday Market, don't forget to bring your own shopping bag with you to support the BYOB (Bring Your Own Bag) campaign. Most stalls and shops support this program. Join them, if you want to make this beautiful world.

Seminyak Square

  • Opening Hours: 8:00-23:00
  • Location: Jl. Kayu Aya, Seminyak
  • Tel: +62 (0) 361 732 106

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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