: Benoa Harbour
: Galaxy Bar
: Bukit Peninsula
: Mannekepis, Made's Warung and Queens Tandoori
Car: not necessary
Located in the heart of Seminyak, Jalan Drupadi is a mix of western and Balinese villas and houses, local warungs, western cafes and restaurants, small locally owned retail shops plus some of the few remaining rice paddies to be found in the greater Kuta area.
At the northern end of Jalan Drupadi is Jalan Oberoi (Laksmana) - renown for its fine dining cafes and restaurants and retail shops. A new addition since 2010 is the opening of Seminyak Square. Numerous cafes and a world standard small supermarket in Casa Gourmet, plus a weekend open market selling locally made clothing, jewellery, arts and crafts.
At the southern end is Jalan Dhyana Pura - night life, bars, shops and your access to Seminyak beach.
The eastern side is Jalan Raya Seminyak. The extension of Jalan Legian from Kuta Beach. Retail shops, restaurants, salons and day spas.
To the west, Seminyak beach at approximately 1,000 metres. Seminyak beach is linked to Legian and Kuta beach by a shady, paved walkway.