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We fully understand that what matter most is how much you will have to pay. Please be advised that some hotels and agencies do not include applicable taxes and service charges. “Net” means the rate does include applicable taxes, service charge and high seasons sure charge (in high/peak seasons) while “++” means the rate is subject to applicable taxes, service charges and high seasons sure charge (in high/peak seasons).

We also partner with a variety of online travel agencies, who promote and sell our rooms. However, we sometimes find our hotel advertised on web sites with which we have no agreement. The room type and conditions may not be the same as those offered by the hotel directly. This often causes some confusion, so please be aware of this when you are comparing rates.

We always prefer guests to book with us directly. If you find better rates on one of our online travel agency partner web sites, we will be happy to match the rates.

We feature various promotions and packages in our official website. However we understand they are not suitable for everyone. We will provide a “PERSONALIZED SPECIAL OFFER”. Please specify what you require and we strive to quote for exactly what you need.

Your departure to Bali as currency often fluctuates. You could change your money at the local money changer or banks. ATMs are available in major tourist areas. Major credit cards are accepted at major hotels, restaurants, boutiques and other venues. Please also be advised some tourist venues only accept cash.

Local Area Overview

Where mythological deities preside over sacred temples and local legends waft through ancient palaces, the mystical and exotic history of the "Island of Gods" mingles amid a diverse secular heritage of arts, music, dances and crafts. Get outside for your daily dose of sun, sand, sea and surfing, and you'll find yourself right in the heart of it all at Uma Sapna Villa - Seminyak.

In our own world of natural splendors set in the Indonesian archipelago, go from a day of basking on a stunning beach to browsing the island's most eclectic collections of art, crafts, dining and shopping just steps from our extraordinary tropical setting. The chicest enclave in Bali where the sunshine is golden and the nightlife scintillates, your days and nights revolve around an ever-evolving mix of excitement, whether you're staying in or going all out.

Go paragliding off breathtaking cliffs, or take the plunge with the adrenaline rush of bungy-jumping and sky-diving. If you just can't get enough of the water, the surf is always up, and or you can make a splash with kayaking and white-water rafting. Trek across mountains terraced with padi fields or go underwater and explore this side of the life aquatic on a diving or snorkeling expedition. If you have your game on, tee off at one of the island's gorgeous golf courses or try your hand at sport fishing.

Explore Bali's largest and holiest temple, Pura Besakih, where you can pay homage as the sun rises—the ultimate Balinese experience. At Goa Gajah, a grotto of elaborate stone carvings dated to the ninth century, immerse yourself in historical spirituality before learning more about it at Pacifica Art Museum, Museum Rudana and Purl Lukisan. Balinese culture comes alive through the magical synchronicity of its music and highly stylized dances, not to mention waves of colorful batik and ethnic art. Visit artisans and craftsmen at the Ubud Art Village, where you can also learn these heritage skills, or browse the galleries to curate your personal collection. If your shopping stamina is still going strong, the Discovery Shopping Mall, Bali Collection Shopping Gallery and Mall Bali Galeria should round out your retail reconaissance.

Arts & Culture

  • Pacifica Art Museum 21.7 km/13.5 miles
  • Museum Antonio Blanco 30.0 km/18.6 miles
  • Museum Rudana 30.0 km/18.6 miles
  • Kintamani and Lake of Batur 75.0 km/46.6 miles


  • BIMC Hospital 8.5 km/5.3 miles
  • Tanah Lot Temple 20.0 km/12.4 miles
  • Uluwatu Temple 30.0 km/18.6 miles
  • Pura Ulun Danu Bratan 55.0 km/34.2 miles


  • Bali Golf and Country Club 21.7 km/13.5 miles

Local Attractions

  • Goa Gajah 25.0 km/15.5 miles
  • Ubud Mongkey Forest 33.0 km/20.5 miles
  • Goa Lawah 37.0 km/23.0 miles
  • Gitgit Waterfall 55.0 km/34.2 miles
  • Besakih Temple 61.8 km/38.4 miles
  • Mount Agung 72.0 km/44.7 miles
  • Mount Batur – Volcano 78.0 km/48.5 miles

Nearby Destinations

  • Ubud Art Village 20.0 km/12.4 miles
  • Lovina 90.7 km/56.4 miles


  • Kuta Beach 9.0 km/5.6 miles
  • Echo Beach – Canggu 12.0 km/7.5 miles
  • Garuda Wisnu Kencana - Cultural Park 16.0 km/9.9 miles
  • Tanjung Benoa Water Sport Center 21.1 km/13.1 miles
  • Bali Marine Safari Park – Gianyar 25.0 km/15.5 miles


  • Seminyak Square 1.0 km/0.6 miles
  • Discovery Shopping Mall 9.1 km/5.7 miles
  • Beachwalk Shopping Mall 9.1 km/5.7 miles
  • Mall Bali Galleria 9.6 km/6.0 miles
  • Bali Collection Shopping Gallery 21.0 km/13.1 miles

Transportation Options

The fastest way to paradise. With direct flights from major cities throughout the day from Singapore, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Perth, Sydney, Seoul and beyond, all you have to do is take off and 25 minutes after touching down at Denpasar/Ngurah Rai International Airport and you will have Uma Sapna Villa - Seminyak at your every whim.

So you get from plane to spectacularly cool resort living in the most comfortable and flawless way possible, contact us in advance to arrange for transfers, or hop into one of the official licensed taxis at the airport arrival terminal. If that’s not enough, our Fast Track service assists with all immigration details, including securing an entry visa on arrival, for 40 USD per person in addition to 35 USD for the visa. The best way to explore the island is by letting us arrange a private car and driver so you can go from temple to artist colony and picturesque countryside to stunning coasts without the stress of navigating small roads and getting lost in translation—many drivers also serve as knowledgeable guides. For short distances within a specific region, taxis are the most convenient and public buses, while much slower with unpredictable service, are a fantastic local experience.

Wherever you roam, let us equip you with a map and insider's information about all of Bali's hot spots and little known secrets, so you can choose your own adventure. For your exploring companions, we recommend the spirit of discovery and a passion for vibrant culture.

Getting Here

  • Port

    • Benoa Harbor
      Travel Distance: Approximately 22.0 km/13.67 miles
      Options for getting to and from the hotel include:
      • Taxi
        • Fee: Starting at IDR 145,000
        • Hours: 24 hours
        • Travel Time: 35 minutes
        • About:

          Taxis are abundant at the entrance to the port—be sure to use a licensed and preferably metered taxi to avoid having to negotiate for a reasonable fare.
      • Hotel Car
        • Fee: Starting at 20 USD each way.
        • Hours: 24 hours
        • Travel Time: 40 minutes
  • Airport

    • Ngurah Rai Airport (DPS)
      Travel Distance: Approximately 15.0 km/9.32 miles
      Options for getting to and from the hotel include:
      • Hotel Car
        • Fee: Fees are per way. Toyota Inova - 20 USD
        • Hours: 24 hours
        • Travel Time: 25 minutes
      • Taxi
        • Fee: Starting at IDR 100,000
        • Hours: 24 hours
        • Travel Time: 25 minutes
        • About:

          Taxi booths are abundant at the arrival terminals. Book and pay for your taxi in advance at an official taxi company counter, and you will be immediately escorted to a designated cab at the exit.

Getting Around

  • By Taxi

    • Taxi
      • Fee: Starting at IDR 35,000
      • Hours: 24 hours
      • About:

        Metered taxis are the best and most convenient way to get around a specific region of the island, and can also be hired for half- or full-day excursions. They can be easily flagged and available almost everywhere, and it is best to agree on a fee ahead of time for services beyond one direct destination and/or if hiring for a few hours.
  • By Foot

    • On Foot
      • Hours: 24 hours
      • About:

        Concept restaurants, chic cocktail bars, sizzling clubs, designer boutiques, eclectic art galleries and the beautiful Seminyak shore—they're hot to trot and there's no better way to get intimately acquainted with them all then strolling at your leisure. If you're walking away into that famous Bali sunset, don't forget to come back!
  • By Private Car Service

    • Hotel Car
      • Fee: Starting at 70 USD. Fee varies depending rental duration.
      • Hours: 24 hours

General Directions to the Villa

From Denpasar/Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS)

  • • Head east on Jalan Airport Ngurah Rai toward Jalan I Gusti Gede Suandi and take the third left toward Jalan Airport Ngurah Rai.
  • • At the roundabout, take the second exit onto Jalan Airport Ngurah Rai and turn left at Jalan I Gusti Ngurah Rai.
  • • At the roundabout, take the second exit onto Jalan Sunset Road and a slight left to stay on it.
  • • Turn left at Jalan Raya Kerobokan and continue onto Jalan Drupadi.
  • • The Villa will be ahead on your right.

From Ubud

  • • Head south on Jalan Suweta toward Jalan Raya Ubud and turn left at Jalan Raya Ubud.
  • • Turn right at Jalan Hanoman and continue onto Jalan Raya Pengosekan.
  • • Take a slight left at Jalan Lod Tunduh and continue onto Jalan Paliguna.
  • • Turn right to stay on Jalan Paliguna and then take a left onto Jalan Singapadu.
  • • Continue onto Jalan Batu Bulan and make a right at Jalan Wage Rudolf Supratman.
  • • Turn left at Jalan Ngurah Rai By Pass, then make a U-turn to continue on to Jalan Gatot Subroto.
  • • Turn left at Jalan Raya Kerobokan and then right at Jalan Gunung Tangkuban Perahu.
  • • Straight onto Raya Kerobokan and continue onto Jalan Drupadi.
  • • The Villa will be ahead on your right.

From Ungasan

  • • Head south toward Jalan Nusa Dua Unggaran and turn right onto Jalan Nusa Dua Unggaran.
  • • Take the first left onto Jalan Wana Segara and then right to stay on Jalan Wana Segara.
  • • Continue onto Jalan Pura Batu Pageh and turn right at Jalan Uluwatu.
  • • Head towards Jalan Raya Uluwatu—Jimbaran and keep going on Jalan Raya Uluwatu—Kedongan.
  • • Turn right at Jalan Tayening and take the first left onto Jalan I Gusti Ngurah Rai.
  • • At the roundabout, take the second exit onto Jalan Sunset Road and a slight left to stay on it.
  • • Turn right at Jalan Raya Kerobokan and continue onto Jalan Drupadi.
    The Villa will be ahead on your right.

From Nusa Dua

  • • Head south on Jalan Amphi toward Jalan Kawasan Nusa Dua Resort.
  • • Turn left at Jalan Kawasan Nusa Dua Resort and at the roundabout, take the second exit and stay on Jalan Kawasan Nusa Dua Resort.
  • • At the next roundabout, take the first exit to continue on to Jalan I Gusti Ngurah Rai.
  • • Coming to the next roundabout, take the second exit onto Jalan Sunset Road and a slight left to stay on it.
  • • Turn right at Jalan Raya Kerobokan and continue onto Jalan Drupadi.
    The Villa will be ahead on your right.

From Downtown Denpasar

  • • Head to Teuku Umar toward Jalan Teuku Umar—Denpasar Barat.
  • • Turn left at Jalan Teuku Umar—Denpasar Barat, and drive through the first roundabout.
  • • Take a slight right at Jalan Mahendradata and continue onto Jalan Teuku Umar Barat.
  • • Continue onto Jalan Gunung Tangkuban Perahu and turn right at Jalan Raya Kerobokan and continue onto Jalan Drupadi.
  • • The Villa will be ahead on your right.

From Kuta

  • • Head south on Jalan Blambangan—Kuta toward Jalan Kauripan.
  • • Continue onto Jalan Ken Dedes and take a sharp left at Jalan I Gusti Ngurah Rai.
  • • At the roundabout, take the second exit onto Jalan Sunset Road and a slight left to stay on it.
  • • Turn right at Jalan Raya Kerobokan and and continue onto Jalan Drupadi.
    The Villa will be ahead on your right.

Staying at Bali Seminyak

While you are staying in Seminyak you should definitely visit some must see recommended places. Because Seminyak offers a lot of trendy and hip spots, We will help you find the most popular, relaxing and most beautiful places you must visit while you are staying in Bali, Seminyak. But first we will give you some helpful information which is useful when you are in Bali.

On behalf of the entire staff of Uma Sapna we wish you a pleasant stay at Uma Sapna villa!

Ngurah Rai International Airport, listed as “Denpasar” (DPS) which is the name of the Island capitals. Distance to Uma Sapna Villa: Approximately 15.0 km/9.32 miles.

Passport & VISA
Passport must be valid for at least six (6) months from the arrival date. Indonesian Government grants visa on arrival for 63 countries and could purchase their Tourist Visa upon arrival at the airport. The fee for the “Visa on Arrival” payable upon landing is USD. 25 for 30 days visa. Visitors from certain countries require tourist visa in advance and must apply for a visa before arriving in Indonesia. Please contact the Indonesian embassy or consulate for further details.

The Balinese have strong spiritual roots. The main religion is “Agama Hindu Dharma” or also known as Agama Tirtha which literally means the religion of holy water.

People and Religion
The Balinese have strong spiritual roots. The main religion is “Agama Hindu Dharma” or also known as Agama Tirtha which literally means the religion of holy water.

When walking on the streets watch the ‘offerings’ on the ground. These are gifts to the Gods. Canang sari is one of the daily offerings made by Balinese Hindu to thank the Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa in praise and prayer. Canang sari will be seen in the Balinese temples, on small shrines in houses, and on the ground or as a part of a larger offering.

Uma Sapna villas has our own taxi service which are available for any request. You can use the transport daily for several offered tours, activities or as airport transfer.

Taxis are insanely cheap on the streets. A 45 minute trip costs between 100.000 - 150.000 IDR, however just make sure the taxi has a meter and get out if they say no. This is very important otherwise they can charge you anything. We would recommend to go for a Bluebird Taxi. You can easily recognize these blue taxis with Bluebird Group on their cars.

Think it’s worth mentioning the road rules are very different over there. They use beeping as a way of communication and it does seem quite chaotic, and unsafe but they are very mindful of one and other. However, if you do rent a scooter or motorbike, make sure you bring your international licenses with you while driving. The roads can be unsafe for a foreigner. Do make sure you wear a helmet as you can get an on-the-spot fine from the police and of course for your own safety. If you are going to the beach you can find scooter and motorbike parking areas everywhere. You have to park your scooter here and you have to pay 2.000 IDR a scooter.

The local currency is Rp (Indonesia Rupiah). We recommend you to check the exchange rate prior to arrival.

Money Exchange
There are plenty of exchange facilities all over Bali's main tourist areas, most of them accepting currencies like the US dollar, Australian dollar, and UK pound. The honest dealers operate alongside shady money changers, and it's very hard to tell one from the other. Before going out to have your bills changed, check a local newspaper for up-to-date rates of exchange. But don't take the rate to heart: the resulting exchange may end up lower due to commissions charged by money changing outlets.

You can have your money changed at the following locations, arranged in order of trustworthiness:

  • 1. Banks: You are least likely to be ripped off when exchanging currency at a bank. Alternatively, you can withdraw from a bank ATM using your debit or credit card.
  • 2. Hotels: Many hotel front desks permit currency exchange, but offer lower exchange rates compared to banks and regular money changers.
  • 3. Authorized money changers: Bank Indonesia-authorized money changers advertise their status as Pedagang Valuta Asing Berizin or PVA Berizin (Indonesian for "Authorized Money Changer") with a green PVA Berizin logo in the shop window.

Bahasa Indonesia (national language of Indonesia) and Bahasa Bali (the local language) are the most widely spoken language in Bali. English is extensively used all over the island.

Dress Code
Please wear sarong and sash when visiting temples or attending ceremonies. Bali is a tropical Island, cotton or lightweight clothing are the most comfortable to wear.

Time Zone

Bali is a tropical Island and has two different seasons. Rainy (wet seasons) generally occurs around November thru April (mainly around late in the afternoon and early in the evening). Dry season commonly occurs around May thru October. The average temperature is 24 – 30 degrees Celsius (75 – 89 degree Fahrenheit)

Typical Business Hours
Banks: Most banks operate from 9am to 3pm
Offices: 9am to 5pm
Supermarkets/shopping areas: 10am to 10pm

Most restaurants and hotels include as service charge on the bill. Tipping is not expected but welcomed.

WIFI is available almost everywhere. Make sure you switch off your roaming to avoid expensive international data charges.