Petitenget Beach & the whole Petitenget area in Bali is known for its fabulous beach area, famous beach clubs most notably Potato Head & Ku De Ta, as well as its range of high-end luxurious Bali holiday villas to rent.
Petitenget is part of the Seminyak area and is also famous for the 16th-century temple that’s located right on the beach. It stretches from the fringes of Seminyak through to the Oberoi area to the north and runs along the main thoroughfare known as Jalan Kayu Aya or Eat Street.
It’s loaded with high-end boutique shops (see Magali Pascal below), its range of fine dining, family-friendly restaurants as well as some great cafes where you can get your smashed avocado bagels, organic smoothie bowls and cafe lattes. It’s also home to some great gyms & yoga studios to help you keep fit and active on holiday and burn those extra kilos you’ve put on. For the ladies, there are also lots of day spas where you can get your nails & hair done plus get that famous Balinese massage at prices that will blow you away. It’s so much cheaper than back in Australia.
Petitenget is full of exciting things to do, or on the other hand, it’s the ideal place to sit back and relax in the comfort of your own private villa.
If you thinking about renting one of our fabulous 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 bedroom Petitenget Villas following are a few of our favourite, Obviously, we have loads more to choose from but these should give you a good idea of what’s waiting for you, your family or your group to rent.
Best Restaurants in Petitenget
Saigon Street – for great Vietnamese food
Biku – western meets Indonesian in this iconic institution
Ku De Ta – clearly the most famous day club in Bali
Potato Head – an epic day club, restaurants and well worth the visit
Kynd – for the best vegan fare in Bali
Sea Circus – family-friendly restaurant/cafe that has a great following
Bottega – hand made pasta makes all the difference here
Cafe Organic – the name says it all and it’s opposite the W hotel
Sarong – fine dining and a Petitenget institution
La Lucciola – Italian dining on the beach not to be missed
Cafe Kim Soo – relaxed cafe that’s set within a homewares shop
Monsieur Spoon – whilst not a restaurant they make the best croissants and pastries. Plus their coffee is sensational.
Things to do in Petitenget
Head to the day spas for the best treatments of your life
Spend the day at the beach and enjoy surfing. At sunset time make your way to Ku De Ta or Potato head for a well-deserved sunset drink. If you are with the kids there is a pool where they can play while the adults enjoy some downtime
Shop at the varied boutiques along Jalan Kayu Aya
Rent a scooter and explore the larger Seminyak area
Chat with the locals and watch them pray at the main Petitenget temple
Take the family for a meal – there are loads of cafes & restaurants here that have family-friendly pricing.