Seminyak's Best Selling Flowers
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If you’re looking to send flowers in Seminyak, Bali, then go no further than Lily’s Florist Bali.
Yes, we are a fully Australian owned and operated business cherished with impeccable values – and now we are here in Seminyak through countless requests from our customers all throughout Australia, and the world for that matter.
Ever since we first appeared on the floral marketing scene in Australia many years ago, we have made every effort to attend to the specific needs and demands of the market. Our objective has always been to be your one-stop-shop for all your flower needs. This is why we continually ensure flower arrangements and packages are available to suit all occasions and events.
We at Lily's Florist Seminyak, Bali observe the highest quality standards with every one of our products; as a result, we are known far and wide as one of the most favourite florists.
Lily’s Florist Seminyak can deliver a wide range of beautiful, fresh flowers both in store and online. With our experienced florists and floral designers, we can create that stunning gift of flowers to mark any special occasion like anniversaries, birthdays, or perhaps just to say ‘hello.’
Whatever the reason, it’s always a wonderful surprise to open your door to beautiful flowers from Lily’s Florist Seminyak.
Do you know the team at Lily’s Florist who arrange your exquisite gifts, comprise some of the finest florists in Bali, Indonesia? We know that by having the best florists on our staff we are able to deliver consistently the best flower arrangements and products. For us, delivering happiness is more than a just a nice thought. Since it has been our business for many years, we believe it’s a job we are lucky to have, and we know it; and when someone gets one of our floral arrangements, we can tell they agree also – it’s as plain as the smile on their face!
To coincide with our huge success we have experienced in Australia and the huge demand from our wonderful customers, Lily’s Florist have partnered with a vast network of expert florists in Bali to deliver happy flowers in and around Seminyak and Indonesia.
As we are one of the market leaders of on-line retailers of flowers, special gifts and hampers in Indonesia, we just love to deliver fresh and meaningful messages of love to the special people in your life. You can choose from our standard catalogue on our web pages or talk to one of our expert florist consultants and we will help you to customise your special order.
You can rest assured that Lily’s Florist Seminyak has an assortment of flower arrangements for all tastes, budgets, as well as all occasions.
So why not order your fresh flowers online or over the phone? You can use our secure site and pay by credit card or PayPal.
Have you seen a slice of Heaven? Well, if you have been to Seminyak, South Bali, Indonesia, you will certainly know what that means. Being the next town just north of Legian, Seminyak is renowned for its fashionable high-end bars and restaurants and luxury accommodation. If you are looking at something more sophisticated and laid-back to Kuta, with a quieter beach activity during the day, plus a boutique shopping experience, then Seminyak is the place to be.
Nevertheless, amongst all the charm and innovation, there are a handful of Seminyak’s interesting facets to discover, most of them within walking distance or an easy taxi trip from your luxury resort or villa.
The fascinating Petitenget Temple or as they say in the local tongue, ‘Pura Petitenget’ is the central traditional milestone of Seminyak. This is an attraction that should not be missed if you are visiting or staying. The temple is centuries-old and comes to life during its festive 210-day anniversaries. Actually, Petitenget Beach is only a few steps away from the temple where locals and visitors enjoy the best spots to share during the gorgeous sunsets.
The long stretch of Seminyak beach is blessed with sunsets over the water, making this an inexpensive entertainment as you go on your way to buy drinks, hire a surfboard, rent a sun-lounger or just lie on the sand and watch the golden sun dip down over the Indian Ocean. Most workers in Bali have Sundays off and head for the beach, and if you are anywhere near the beach on a Sunday you may see a part of the local life, from kite flying to beach soccer and much perambulating.
A visit to Biasa ArtSpace and you will experience the sister enterprise of the renowned Bali-based Biasa fashion brand. It is situated only a few steps away from the Biasa Seminyak flagship store on the main road, and stocks a beautiful assortment of modern-day art that will appeal to fashion and art lovers all over. Regular displays are held presenting great and imminent modern Indonesian artists who are masters at numerous forms from figurines, paintings, to inexplicable sculpture and other awe-inspiring works.
Working closely with these artists and supporting them by providing an international setting, is the contemporary art gallery displaying a setting for wider appreciation through its high-profile exhibitions.
One of Bali’s most recently christened surf spots, Echo Beach is known locally as ‘Pantai Batu Mejan’, after a noteworthy Balinese Hindu sea temple on site. The waves of Echo Beach are strictly for advanced riders.
A unique art space where you can freely drop in and browse through the vibrant works on display is the Kendra Gallery. Here you can mingle with like-minded visitors and witness any of its featured exhibition openings. This Gallery is also a wonderful place to escape the hectic traffic of downtown Seminyak, situated on the small and quiet Jalan Drupadi, in a leafy garden setting with a well-manicured lawn.
Strolling through Seminyak, it would be difficult to imagine this was a distinctly separate village and something of a backwater only a mere ten years ago. Development has occurred at an astonishing pace, and as well as absorbing all the green space which formerly separated Seminyak from Legian, the town is now almost impossible to determine where Seminyak ends and the nearby villages of Kerobokan, Umalas and Petitenget begin.