I stayed in Seminyak until the first day of Bali and the next day. It's a restaurant and it seems like I was always excited about shopping.
Generally, you can come to see the sights. Traffic jam
The Seminyak area is dominated by European and American foreigners, and many shopkeepers may themselves be Europeans and Americans living here. The shops here are less earthy and more fashionable. So Seminyak Village has become our first choice. This is an indoor shopping mall with some international chain brands, but more of them are local clothing and handicrafts. The shopping mall is mainly divided into 3 floors, the shops are mainly concentrated on the first and second floors, and there are some small shop trolleys on the first floor. It actually takes time to stroll through. This village allows people to visit the young Seminyak with maximum efficiency. It is very comfortable to walk around because of the sun shade and rain and air conditioning. Some of the shops in the Village are comprehensive shops dealing in local handicraft products, from handmade quilts to Bali characteristic woodware, woven bags, and silver jewelry. The rattan bags in Bali are really good-looking. There are several shops in the village that sell these holiday rattan bags. The styles and colors are very nice. And there are no random quotations here, they are all one-off prices, and they are comfortable to buy. There is no need to face the wild asking prices in the Ubud market, and there is no need to suffer from being thin-skinned and not bargaining. This kind of big straw woven bag with fur ball style is the love of meat, especially the green fur ball.
There's nothing to do about Seminyak shopping. Just going around cafes, restaurants, and clubs is Ganchun.