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Villa CARISSA Seminyak Bali

3 Bedrooms villa for rent in Bali - Seminyak Centre. Enjoy the private swimming pool, free floating breakfast & strong WIFI.
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Bali Arts Festival - 16 June - 14 July 2019

2019 Jun 16 – 2019 Jul 14

Bali Arts Festival - 16 June - 14 July 2019

The big festival introduces Balinese art and preserves Bali as the main tourism destination in Indonesia. Aside from parade, various competitions will be held in this event, such as literature competition, handy craft, painting and other parades such a...

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" Nyepi Day in Bali on March 23rd, 2020 (year 1942 of Saka calendar)"

Nyepi, is preceded by Melasti, which is celebrated throughout the whole island of Bali. It corresponds to the great purification. On this occasion, the Balinese go to the see or to a natural water source to purify their bodies...

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Tanah Lot is a traditional Balinese temple located on a small rocky island with ocean views"
It is one of favorites tourist destination in Bali featured by a Hindu temple set on the rock and encircled by the seawater.

Tanah Lot Temple is one of Bali’s most important landmarks, famed for its uniq...

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Getting to Lombok from Bali is very easy!
>>> By Air:

By Air Getting to Lombok from Bali by plane is the easiest and most convenient way, especially with Lombok’s new airport serving international flights.

A flight from Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) to Lombok International Airpo...

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Celebrating something or just enjoying your stay? Enjoy your evening with our private outdoor pool, an enclosed garden for your privacy.

Free breakfast when you stay at Villa Carissa Seminyak Bali

Daily Breakfast includes: fresh tropical fruit juice of the day, fresh tropical fruit platter and tea or Coffee.

Plus you may choose a dish: eggs, Balinese nasi/mee goreng, pluffy pancakes...




  • Free À la carte Breakfast During Your Stay

    Complimentary breakfast will be personally prepared in your villa at your preferred time each morning between 7 am and 11 am. Daily Breakfast includes: Fresh tropical fruit juice of the day, Fresh tropical fruit platter, Tea or Coffee. Plus you may choose a hot dish!
  • Eggs

    Boiled, poached, fried or scrambled with toast or Omelette with tomato, onion and mushrooms.
  • Balinese Nasi Goreng or Mie Goreng

    Fried rice or rice noodle sautéed vegetables, Nasi Goreng mixed spices, topped with fried egg.
  • Pluffy Pancakes

    Drizzled with honey or pandan syrup (pandan: a green plant native to Asia that is part of the family Pandanaceae).
  • Savoury French Toast

    With chicken sausage and a dash of cinnamon, served with honey or pandan syrup.
  • Toast or Croissant

    Served with marmalades.


  • Private outdoor swimming pool

    Does your agenda include a whole day of sun soaking? After your swim, sunbathe on a poolside lounger! Our facilities will meet your expectations all year round.
  • Free Floating breakfast

    Forget breakfast in bed! Begin your day on a positive note with a breakfast like no other. Relax in the comfort of your private pool and we'll serve your breakfast selections on a floating tray.
  • 3 Private bedrooms

    Our villa have 3 air-conditioned bedrooms and 3 private bathrooms. All rooms come with a personal safety box.
  • Free wifi

    The villa is equiped with free wifi internet.
  • Kitchen

    The kitchen is fully kitted out with fridge/freezer, microwave and all utensils, crockery and homewares.
  • Large living room

    Large living room spaces, on a very quiet area and overlooking the terraced garden.

Villa Seminyak Online Reservation

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  • What is there to do in Bali Seminyak?

    Let's explore the best things to do in Seminyak: • Spend the day by the pool at Potato Head Beach Club • Have a cup of coffee at Revolver • Try scuba diving • Check out the art at Nyaman Gallery • Go horse ridin • Go surfing at Seminyak Beach • Admire Pura Petitenget (temple) • Visit Pura Masceti (temple) • Spend the evening at Ku De Ta • Relax at Seminyak Yoga Shala • And many more...
  • What to do when it rains in Bali?

    • Have a Pampering Spa Treatment • Go Shopping at Bali's Malls • Discover Underwater Wonders • Museum Tours • Yoga • Bali Cooking Classes • Jewellery Courses and Silver Workshops • Theater Shows.
  • When to go to Bali?

    Bali has warm weather year-round with 2 main seasons, the dry season (April to September) and wet season (October to March).During the wet season, it rains almost every day, but usually for a couple of hours, after which everything looks even more green. It does, however, get very hot and humid as well.The high seasonin Bali is July/August which is the peak of the dry season, but the island gets extremely overcrowded and hotel prices surge pretty high compared to other months.The best months to visit are May, June, and September where you can enjoy the beautiful weather without the crowds.
  • Motorbikes and Scooters in Bali

    Bali is a very crowded island and traffic jams are unbearable sometimes. The best and most affordable way to get around is on the back of a scooter. There are several transportation apps that you can download and the best ones are: Go-Jek and Grab. Both of these have the option of ordering a scooter.The driver will arrive and give you a helmet to wear. Rides normally cost around only US$1! You can also rent a scooter if you feel confident enough to drive in the madness. Scooter rentals cost IDR 50,000 (around US$3.40). All prices are subject to change without prior notice due to currency fluctuation, fuel prices and/or unforeseen economic circumstances.
  • What to do when it rains in Bali?

    • Have a Pampering Spa Treatment • Go Shopping at Bali's Malls • Discover Underwater Wonders • Museum Tours • Yoga • Bali Cooking Classes • Jewellery Courses and Silver Workshops • Theater Shows.
  • Seminyak sits in between Legian (south of Seminyak) and Canggu (north of Seminyak)

    Petitenget is an area of Seminyak that is more in the north and has some great restaurants and boutique shops. This is the area where Potato Head Beach Club and the W Hotel are. Jalan Kayu Aya (otherwise known as Laksmana area) is one of the main streets in Seminyak lined with restaurants and boutique shops. It’s more inland and not right near the beach.
  • The southern area of Seminyak directly borders Legian

    This is around the area of La Plancha beach bar and Double Six Beach. This area expectedly has more of a ‘Legian’ vibe than other parts of Seminyak, which isn’t a bad thing, just different. And the area lining the beach, depending where exactly, may not be as close to the main shops and restaurants, but is obviously the easiest place to stay to access the beach.
  • How to avoid money exchange scams in Bali?

    Make sure to exchange your money only in “authorized” money exchanges that have cameras installed inside, because there are loads of unauthorized places that can scam you right in from of your eyes. The exchanges all look similar, but authorized ones have cameras and will always give you a receipt. There is a very popular money scam in Bali, where the person in the exchange would be counting your money in front of you, but secretly throwing a few bills into their drawer. Becareful, they count the money so fast that you cannot see it. When you receive the money, please COUNT TWICE infront of them. Yes, sometimes it's very hard, because you'll be receiving millions and millions of Rupiahs.
  • What to do in case you get scammed by the money changer?

    Take a local with you back to the money exchange. It could be a driver or someone from your hotel that can speak the language. Demand to get your money back and tell them that you will call the police. In case this doesn’t work, you can file a report at the police station.
  • Getting around by taxis in Bali - Local taxi drivers (There are 3 different taxis)

    Local taxi drivers are drivers that you can find pretty much on every crowded street. They will try to charge you a very overpriced fixed fee, which you can negotiate most of the time. They don't like the transportation apps.
  • Getting around by taxis in Bali - Transportation apps (There are 3 different taxis)

    Go-Jek and Grab (like uber) both have taxi options, but local taxi drivers do not like the online apps and have banned them in a lot of areas such as central Canggu or Seminyak. The online apps are so much cheaper (usually 1/3 of the price), so you might see signs in different places saying “No Grab or Go-Jek”. You can still try ordering the taxi but the driver might call you and tell you to avoid looking at your phone when he’s picking you up so that the local drivers don’t notice what you’re doing. 2018-20019 update: Some of the drivers might call you and ask for an additional fee (on top of the rate you see on your phone). If they do that, cancel your ride, report to Grab / Gocar and order a different car.
  • Getting around by taxis in Bali - Metered taxis"Bluebird" (There are 3 different taxis)

    Metered taxis: these are blue cars that you can find on the street with the name “Bluebird”. Just make sure the drivers turn on the meter, because a lot of them will try to ask for a fixed price which is usually much more than what you would pay for a metered fare.
  • Freebee activities in Bali

    It won’t cost you to spend the day on one of Bali’s stunning beaches. You’ll find natural vistas of mountain panoramas and rice fields that you can visit as well as temples & royal palaces that have little to no entrance fee. Nyepi festival unique celebrations involving papier-mâché ogoh-ogoh parade.
  • Ways to save

    Going local will help you keep your costs down the most. ‘WARUNG’, or local style restaurants serve a variety of Balinese dishes from the famous nasi & mie goreng, friend rice and noodle dishes to meatball soups for as little as IDR14,000 or $1USD. We recommend Warung Bu Mi outside Deus in Seminyak.
  • Customs & culture

    What is considered rude in Bali? Don't hand a Balinese person something with your left hand, it is considered rude. Don’t bring drugs into Indonesia, it has the death penalty. Don’t step on ceremonial offerings. They are usually scattered throughout the streets, on door steps.
  • Don't miss

    Gaze at the magnificent Sunset. Check out the art at Nyaman Gallery. Specialty: eat Babi Guling (pork dish) at Pak Malen. Checking out Pura Petitenget & it’s neighboring temple, Pura Masceti. Rent out a private villa in Seminyak, best way to enjoy your Bali holiday with family or a group of friends.
  • Traveling with kids

    Then there’s also the cultural side to Bali — picture traditional villages, holy springs and ancient temples — that will intrigue even the younger kids. At the same time, it also has plenty of modern conveniences like malls and supermarket chains, making it easy to travel even with new-born babies.
  • Useful Indonesian phrases

    Halo: hello. Selamat Pagi: Good morning. Selamat siang: Good afternoon. Selamat sore: Good evening. Selamat tidur: Good night. Apa kabar? How are you? – Kabar baik I'm good. Tolong: please. Terima kasih: Thank you. Sama sama: You're welcome. Yes/No: Ya/ Tidak. Mahal: Expensive. Pedas: Spicy (Tidak pedas: No spicy).
  • What to pack

    3 Short sleeve tops. 3 Pair of shorts or skirts. 1 Pair of sandals (make them hiking style and they can be your only shoes, unless you're going dancing!) 4 Pair of underwear. 1 Nice dress or collared shirt. 1 Swimsuit. 1 Light jacket. 1 Daypack for day trips and adventures.
  • What to wear in Bali?

    Depending on what you are doing in Bali it is important to dress appropriately and to respect the local culture. A big example of respecting local customs is when visiting the many temples of Bali. Some of the temples are closed for tourists, and as such you are requested not to enter. Also, as part of a clothing requirement to enter a temple almost always is wearing a sarong you are either advised to bring one, or to ask where you can borrow or rent one for a small donation at the temple. This means that both men and women, even if you are wearing long pants, have to wear a sarong. While often not requested, it is respectful to cover your shoulders when visiting religious sites and to remove your shoes if indicated or asked.
  • Check if you need vaccinations

    If you have not traveled in areas such as Asia, Africa or Central/South America there is a high chance that you will need some vaccinations. Traveling around Asia means you are at higher risk for diseases such as hepatitis A and/or B, something that can be easily prevented by getting some vaccinations. As we are no doctors, we strongly advise you to check with a GP or local travel doctor as they will be able to guide you and advise you on the specific vaccinations you will need. As some vaccinations need to be given multiple times over a period of six months, we strongly advise you to visit your doctor long before actually leaving on your first time trip to Bali.
  • Download Grab & Go-Jek

    There are two apps in Indonesia that we could not go without, Grab and Go-Jek. While Grab is used in Bali, we have had to argue for prices with the drivers upon arrival, and in some areas it seemed almost impossible to find a Grab driver. So while we would not recommend Grab or Go-Jek to hire a driver in Bali, we could definitely recommend these apps for ordering food! For a very small fee you can get almost any dish from the many restaurants in your area delivered to your door step. Great if you are not feeling too well, or just simply prefer to have a night in. Pizza, burgers, nasi goreng, Mexican, you name it and they will have it!
  • Google Maps

    Planning your trip or perhaps your Bali itinerary? You are most likely using Google Maps to plan your trips and check distances and time. One thing we can tell from experience, don’t trust Google Maps when it comes to travel times in Bali. Due to chaotic traffic and religious ceremonies we have been rerouted or extremely delayed. So better be safe then sorry, if you are planning on catching a sunset in Bali add some extra time for the possibility of traffic jams so you won’t miss it. Another tip: be sure to download either the Google offline Maps of Bali or to download While there is pretty good coverage in Bali there have been times where we lost internet connection completely, and without those offline maps it would have been a lot harder to navigate!
  • Check the menu for the Added Tax And Service Tax

    One thing we were surprised about, as first time Bali visitors, was the added tax and service tax when getting a restaurant or cafe bill. We are budget travellers, and carefully pick our restaurants based on what we can afford, if suddenly an extra 15% is added to your bill this could take money away from planned activities or other meals! So learn from our mistakes, on the menu, either at the top or bottom, there is often a small note stating the amount of tax and service tax, which we have seen as high as a total of 21% and as low as 5% or even simply no added tax.
  • In Bali they drive on the left hand side

    This might be a surprise to you, it might not be, but in Bali they drive on the left hand side. This means that if you come from a country where they drive on the right hand side that you should be extra careful, not only when driving yourself, but also when crossing the street. You will notice upon arriving in Bali that there is a lack of highways, and as such there are many many traffic jams. In general traffic in Bali can be quite chaotic and you will notice people crossing, dogs running across the street and people making sudden turns, definitely something that can take some getting used to, so it is best to pay attention at all times.
  • Haggling - Bargaining

    Besides boutiques, restaurants and convenience stores, the first price you’re quoted is usually at least double what the seller will let the item go for, so don’t be afraid to haggle. Some stall owners will even encourage you to do so by telling you the price they think you should come back with. Haha, it can actually be quite fun!
  • Tipping In Bali

    Tipping in Bali is not mandatory and the amount you tip, if you tip at all, is totally up to you. Tips are not expected, but are definitely appreciated and will often put a smile on someone’s face. No matter what restaurant or cafe we are visiting, if they have delivered good service then we always aim to tip between 5% to 10% of the bill. Another option is to either round up your bill, or to simply put a small tip in the tipping jar that you will find in almost any cafe or restaurant in Bali these days. When it comes to taxi rides we always make the decision to round up the bill, for example a taxi ride that was IDR 90,000 we will just simply give IDR 100,000 (which equals to a tip of around $0.75). In the end these are all personal decisions and are all based on our personal circumstances, like we said tips are not expected, they are just greatly appreciated.


a year ago
Four of us had a great stay in Seminyak Bali. The hosts were there to welcome us with they keys and there was good security. The villa is located close to a busy street of bars, restaurants and shops, but is far enough away from the street that it's very calm at day and night. Villa Carissa situated in the “downtown” of Seminyak. This villa is very good in terms of design (Modern Balinese), big rooms, well-designed and ideal for spending the day chilling by the pool. The bedrooms are huge. Having a delicious breakfast cooked for us in our own kitchen was a great touch too. This place is great!
- Mike T
9 months ago
Lovely villa, beautiful decor, seamless experience. Aldo was prompt to reply queries and requests, and we really appreciated the breakfast cooked by Dewi. When it rained heavily, the water would sometimes seep into the living room, but in the grand scheme of things it wasn't a big deal. I highly recommend Villa Carissa!
- Charmian T
a year ago
I was amazed when I arrived at this very cozy villa. I got everything I need for my stay during my vacation in this place. I like the privacy this place has. It is very quiet and silent. The location quite convenient, walking distance to shops, bars, cafes, galleries, restaurants and many more places of interest. The facilities such as swimming pool, big rooms, cozy beds, spacious living rooms, and many more are really worth it for the price I paid. Even i got more than the money I spend, in other words this place has a very good price a.k.a cheap price. The employees are really helpful and friendly. The did their job very honest and professional They treated me really well, that made me feel like being a king during my stay there. Their service was excellent and outstanding compared to other places that I've had staying at. Overall, I strongly recommend this place during your stay in Bali. Once you stay, this place will make you want to stay here forever. Truat me.
- Kerry A

Central Seminyak, Bali - Villa Carissa

The modern Balinese-style Villa Carissa is located in the heart of Seminyak, offers a private outdoor pool, an enclosed garden for your privacy and a sunny terrace.

The villa is located close to a busy street of bars and restaurants but is far enough away from the street that it's very calm at day and night. Best for relaxing and only 10 minutes walk from Kudeta beach club.

This 2-storey villa in Bali has 3 air-conditioned bedrooms and 3 private bathrooms. All rooms come with a personal safety box.

Complimentary breakfast will be personally prepared in your villa at your preferred time each morning between 7 am and 11 am. 

For your comfort, you may enjoy a dining area overlooking the pool...
Must try 😊👍 romantic morning floating breakfast! Start your day in style and indulge yourself to an unforgettable floating breakfast experience at the comfort of your private pool.

Capacity: sleeps for 7 adults

Downstairs bedroom:
First bedroom has a queen sized bed.

Upstairs bedrooms:
Second bedroom has two twin beds.
Third bedroom has two twin beds.

The 7th person sleep on a sofa.

Many good restaurants, cafés, pubs and shops nearby the Villa Carissa:

Villa Carissa is a 20-minute drive from Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport.

Good to know about Seminyak!

Seminyak is more upmarket. The atmosphere is much more laid-back than Kuta, and the beach in particular is quieter during the day. Seminyak is also the spa & boutique shopping capital of Bali.  

Seminyak is one of the most popular areas to stay in Bali. Brimming with delicious restaurants, beach bars, boutique shops, beaches and not to far from the Airport, it’s easy to see why. All this brings the crowds, so on the other side expect lots of tourists and busy streets.

That’s not to say that you can’t find your little piece of tranquility in Seminyak, and one of the best ways to do this is to stay alittle bit away from Jalan Kayu Aya, like our Villa Carissawhere it's is located.

How to go to Seminyak?

  • By car

Seminyak is part of the main west coast conurbation in South Bali and it can get very congested with traffic. There are 2 main routes in. From Kuta & Legian, Jalan Legian runs parallel with the beach and at its western limit, becomes Jalan Seminyak. If at all possible try to avoid this road though, and take instead the eastern bypass called Jalan Sunset. This is almost invariably the quicker route from Kuta and Legian into Seminyak, although it is actually further in distance. Most hotels do provide a shuttle service. A prepaid taxi from the airport to Seminyak costs a fixed Rp 60,000. Trips to or from Kuta cost around Rp 30,000 and from Legian about Rp 15,000. (At odd hours, you may find yourself being asked to pay significantly more. There is room to negotiate down). Please note that prices may be changed without prior notice.

  • By boat

If arriving from the Gili islands, the closest port would be located in Benoa; 30 minutes drive to the South-East. As of Sep 2017; travelling on the Patagonia Xpress from Gili Air, a free shuttle service to any location surrounding Seminyak/Kuta/Denpasar was available. It took around 1 hour to arrive at the accommodation due to the number of drop-offs to other passenger's locations. 

What to see in Seminyak?

Seminyak Beach and Petitenget Beach is a continuous expanse of grey sand stretching in both directions as far as the eye can see. To the south it becomes Legian Beach and then Kuta Beach, but is noticeably quieter than both. The sunsets here are very famous, and opportunites abound to mix with the glitterati who frequent the high end beach front estalilshments such as Ku De Ta. Easy access points to the beach are at the end of Jalan Dhyana Pura, and from the large public car park (Rp 2,000) between Petitenget Temple and La Luciola restaurant.
  • Pura Petitenget at the beachside off Jl Petitenget is a compact, pretty Balinese temple, which is known for particularly spectacular beach-side ceremonies. There has been a temple here since at least the 16th century, and although this is not one of the key 9 directional temples of Bali, it is an important link in the series of west coast temples between Pura Uluwatu and Pura Tanah Lot.
  • Seminyak Beach, at Jalan Raya Seminyak. Seminyak Beach is a beautiful white sandy beach situated in north of Legian Beach. The white sand stretch 3 km from Tuban Area has made it as a fascination for tourist to visit this place. Seminyak Beach is favored by the great wave that is ideally for surfing adventures hence many surfers visit this beach to conquer the waves and enjoy the surf adventures. This beach is also featured by beautiful panorama to the Indian Ocean, the wide white sand, complete public facilities, the world class hotels, international restaurant and more.

Best Temples in Bali not to miss  Tannah Lot, Uluwatu, Saraswati (Ubud), Purah Besakih (The Mother Temple), Ulun Danu Beratan, Tirta Empul Temple.

Most Beautiful Rice Fields in Bali  Tegallalang Rice Fields Ubud, panoramic views from Mahagiri Restaurant, Jatiluwih, Belimbing.

Top Waterfalls in Bali
Tegenungan (Ubud), Secret Waterfall (Tukad Cepung), Aling Aling, Gitgit, Sekumpul.

Yoga classes

Shopping Areas in Bali
Seminyak is great for trendy boutiques and stylish finds. Ubud Market has an amazing selection of local arts, crafts, souvenirs and cheap finds for clothing & accessories.

You can get cheap massages literally everywhere in Bali. There are loads of spas on every street and prices start from as low as US$8 for a 1 hour massage.

Volcano trekking in Bali
Watching the sunrise from Mount Batur is an incredible experience. The hike will take approximately 2 hours uphill and another 2.5 hours downhill, but it’s well worth it. You will also have to wake up in the middle of the night at 2AM to start your journey and catch the sunrise on time. It’s best to book a tour ahead of time.

Top beaches in Bali
Kuta, Seminyak, Canggu, Nusa Dua, Sanur, Jimbaran, Benoa Beach (for water sports).

Best beach clubs in Bali

Bali breakfast spots & coffee shops  Revolver, Sea Circus, Nalu Bowls, Bali Bowls, Strawberry Fields, Milk & Madu, Livingstone, The Loft.

Bali’s Best Lunch Spots
Nook, Peloton Supershop (Vegan), La Finca, Deus Ex Machina, Betelnut, The Bistrot, Sari Organik, Cafe Pomegranate.

Top dinner restaurants in Bali  MamasanBambuMerah PutihSardineGinger MoonMotel Mexicola (book in advance for these popular dinner spots) 

Sunset spots
Seminyak Beach (several beach bars with bean bags), La LagunaWoobarOld Man’sRock Bar

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Seminyak - Badung
Bali 80361

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