Avocado Cafe is the answer to all health junkies who are looking for a vegan cafe in Bali serving fresh, organic meals. It sits in Canggu, and though it may take a little travelling from the main areas of Seminyak and Kuta, we are telling you it is worth it.
Apart from avocado delights, diners can expect a wide range of vegan options on their menu including pasta, pancakes and sweet potato waffles. The food there is stripped down and delicious, focusing mainly on locally sourced produce.
So if you too are obsessed with everything avo-related just like us, drop by the Avocado Cafe during your next trip to Bali! READ ON
Heading to Bali for a break away from the hustle and bustle of city life? One place you have to include your Bali itinerary is The Lawn in Canggu, Bali
There is nothing not to love about the beach club—its outdoor pool deck overlooking scenic views of Batubolong Beach, comfortable lounge beds and a comprehensive menu consisting of light bites and mains.
Imagine sipping on coconuts and other signature cocktails at The Lawn while admiring the beautiful sunset… What a life! READ ON
Panama Kitchen & Pool (@SunOfPanama) is easily the nicest cafe in Canggu, Bali. It is every bit photogenic and it is frequented by both locals and tourists.
Like a scene set in Mykonos, the tropical atmosphere is one so charming. It is a beach club and cafe all in one, and the menu is nothing too exorbitant.
The next time you find yourselves in Bali, make a trip to Canggu and have a meal at Panama Kitchen & Pool. You will not regret it. Here is what to expect.
Hailing from Sydney, Mrs Sippy is the hottest pool club, restaurant and bar in Seminyak, Bali right now.
Step into Mrs Sippy Bali and you would feel as though you are on another island. Known for its fantastic saltwater pools and dive tower, the modern pool club features a man-made beach, tall palm trees and comfortable day beds. Treat yourself to a tipple at the bar and satisfy your tummy with grub from their open-air kitchen.
Oh, and did we mention that the party never stops there? READ ON
It is no secret that Bali is home to some of the best cafes and restaurants. While we enjoyed visiting all the cafes that we have been to on our trip to Seminyak, one place that won all our hearts in an instant is NOOK, a gorgeous local eatery overlooking breathtaking views of the paddy fields.
What we love about NOOK is that the cafe is tucked away from the bustling Seminyak area, but still within walking distance to the main street. Escape from the crowd and enjoy some traditional Indonesian delights that do not lose out to those you will find in warungs. READ ON
The Island of Love boasts many exciting activities at extremely affordable prices, which is no surprise why countless of foreigners flock to Bali all year round – and we are no exception. Over the past years, we have embarked on cafe-hopping adventures, stayed in luxurious beach resorts and also thoroughly explored Ubud.
After a thorough research, we are here to share with you Bali’s top drinking spots for the best sunset. From Uluwatu’s El Kabron Restaurant & Beach Club to Seminyak’s Double-Six Rooftop, here is our guide to 8 Best Bars in Bali to catch the sunset.
Ubud is an unmissable enchanting destination for countless of reasons and over the years, the Balinese town has built up quite a reputation for itself with its impressive selection of healthy cafes. These casual Indonesian eateries are characterised by its affordability and deliciousness – no wonder, the expat community is growing exponentially!
From dessert speciality Caramel Patisserie & Cafe, third-wave coffee shop Seniman Coffee Studio to organic bistro Clear Cafe, here is our Guide to 12 Awesome Cafes in Ubud, Bali.
We love Bali for a sheer number of reasons; its beautiful beach clubs, serene rice paddies, mouthwatering Balinese cuisine, therapeutic body massages and more. But the highlight of our recent trip to Bali was the strenuous hike up Mount Batur – an active volcano located 1,717 metres above sea level – where we caught the most gorgeous sunrise in our entire lifetime.
Like most other travellers, we wanted to catch the glorious sun rising from the horizon and that meant we had to start our ascent at an unearthly 4am in complete darkness. Armed with nothing but a mini torchlight, we navigated our way up the unpaved mountain. The route was extremely steep and narrow, and we urge those suffering from scotophobia and acrophobia to think twice.
But trust us, the high from watching the stunning sunrise is absolutely worth the physical pain. From sacrificing sleep, hiking in pitch darkness to wearing appropriate clothing, here are 9 Things One Should Expect and Prepare For When Trekking Up Mount Batur Before Sunrise.