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Destination: Seseh

Bedugul

Bali Butterfly Park

Melasti

Jatiluwih

Taman Ayun Temple

Seseh Village

Rice View

Seseh Beach


Seseh Information

Seseh can be found on the west coast of Bali in the between Tabanan and Seminyak/Kuta.  A tiny and traditional fishing village which, like most in Bali still practices the daily rituals of the Hindu faith.  Seseh is unique in Bali in that it is an active fishing village which is surrounded by miles upon miles of lush green rice terraces, still today the main livelihood for the villagers.

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Located approximately 40 minutes from the airport and 20 minutes from Seminyak/Kuta, the main entertainment areas of Bali, Seseh could certainly not consider itself remote however it benefits from a sense of true tranquillity and calm due to its location hidden amongst the rice terraces and against the Indian Ocean.

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Seseh has picture postcard moments and scenery.  Travellers to Seseh are likely to see the drying of newly harvested rice husks on huge rattan mats covering the sides of the ricefields and in the village.  Another common sight is the shepherding of hundreds of ducks down the winding country lanes by a single farmer using only a long bamboo cane.  Truly one of many photo opportunities. 

Seseh Beach is revered by the Balinese as a sacred beach and although you are unlikely to see a sole on the beach for most of the year, once a year the beach comes alive with a festival of white and gold as the celebration of Melasti begins.  Held 3 days before the Balinese New Year in March on only a small number of sacred beaches,  long processions of Balinese in beautiful traditional white and gold attire make their way through the winding country lanes to the beach to perform centuries old ceremonial rituals.  A truly unique experience and something that few travellers will ever see.  

Seseh is also notable for its great surfing and with Echo Beach about 2KM South of Seseh surfers have a good choice of surf breaks to enjoy.

More than anything Seseh is a superb location to explore the cultural heritage sites for which Bali was once famous.  Indeed it likely that 1st timer travellers to Bali will expect to see the Bali of picture postcards, a magical island of lush green scenery, towering ornate temples and sandy beaches.   It is disappointing that in recent years the picture postcard heritage has been forgotten under the rapid concrete expansion of the Kuta and Seminyak areas and 1st time travellers to Bali staying in these areas will often be shocked and disappointed to find a Bali more akin to Kuala Lumpur or Bangkok than an idyllic castaway island.   However the Bali of dreams still exists and those that choose to take the short journey to Seseh, Taman Ayun, Jatiluwih and other such sites can certainly consider themselves adventure minded global travellers.  Seseh is, and is the perfect location to see, the REAL Bali.  See What to Do for a complete list of sites of interest for more information.

 

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What To Do

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SEJUK BEACH VILLAS

Pantai Seseh, Bali, Indonesia

Telp: +62 85 100 714 443
Fax: +62 361 426 729
E-mail: info@sejukbeachvillas.com

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