Seminyak, Balis fascinating resort
The southern part of Bali is the tourism end of the island.
Most of the package-tour hotels are found in this area,
offering enjoyable places to reside, eat, drink and relax.
Undoubtedly, Seminyak with its natural and cultural appeal
as well as excellent facilities is one of Balis top
Seminyak is a village situated in the south coast of Bali.
Today, a great number of foreigners seen residing in the
area that has become the center of Indonesian handicraft
business. Also situated in the northern of Legian, Seminyak
retains a small town atmosphere, with good traffic condition
and no hawkers around. The beach is scruffy in parts and
it is isolated from the action in Kuta. Besides,
Seminyak is a Balinese village, which is still deeply rooted
in its old traditions while probably having the highest
per capita population of personal computers on Bali and
in all indonesia.
Seminyak offers hundreds of places to stay and too many
to list down. For archaeological remains enthusiasts, there
is a general temple named Pura Peti Tenget. The temple is
located on the beach facing the ocean. This temple was built
around 16th century ago by the holy priest named Dang Hyang
Nirartha from Java when he came to Bali for his holy journey
along the west coast of Bali.
Both foreign and domestic tourists are seen visiting the
temple everyday. The temple will look much livelier, especially
when Hindu followers in Bali celebrate the temple anniversary,
locally known as Odalan. Several members of the meditation
associations are sometimes seen coming for meditation purposes,
whether around the temple area or on the beach nearby
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