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17 November

5
03 PM-12 AM

Featuring free WiFi, Abaca Villas offers accommodation in Seminyak. Petitenget Temple is 1.4 km away. Free private parking is available on site. The accommodation is air conditioned and features a seating area. A flat-screen TV with satellite channels and DVD player are available in some units. There is also a dining area and a kitchen equipped with an oven and microwave. A toaster and refrigerator are also provided, as well as a coffee machine and a kettle. There is a private bathroom with bath robes in each unit. Bed linen is featured. Abaca Villas also includes a spa centre and barbecue. The property also offers grocery delivery. The Seminyak Square Shopping Mall is 1.4 km from Abaca Villas, while Petitenget Beach is 1.6 km from…

4.1
06 PM-10 PM

Located in the heart of Seminyak on the bustling Jalan Kayu Aya (Jl Oberoi), a steady flow of foot-traffic and buzzing of word-of-mouth has kept the place thriving since it opened in 2009 - and turned it into something of a Seminyak icon. The joint is cozy & intimate, with a splash of sexy. As one might expect of a "champagne bar," there is a sort of up-market exclusive feel - yet the atmosphere remains light, playful and casually fun, as one might guess by the ever-so-cute signature staff outfits the place is known for (which people are known to either LOVE for the costumes' adorability, or hate due to their own reservedness). The bar can proudly boast to be home to Asia’s largest champagne…

20 November

4.4
12 PM

Nestled amongst the coco palms and glassy swells of Seminyak, Bali, lives the tropical oasis known as MOTEL MEXICOLA. Put your thinking shoes on and envision the lovechild of 1960s Acapulco and Ricky Ricardo (from "I Love Lucy") on a belly full of Huichole endorsed Peyote and seven lashings of Mezcal. Hopefully, you are not thinking of a motel in Miami with an all you can eat buffet?! Rest assured we are not your average Motel and if you want to sleep over, then try your luck. Renowned Veracruzano "Jarocho" chef, Steven Skelly brings his "espirítu salvaje" to the plate and straight into your cake hole. With modern takes on "Comida Mexicana" traditional plates, to modern attacks on humble tasty street food and morsels. This is…