Quince is a beautiful lifestyle cafe in Canggu, Bali that is major #interiorgoals.
Offering mostly organic food made from both local and imported ingredients, one can expect to see Asian and Mediterranean cuisines on the menu. Look forward to a range of nutritious vegetarian delights that will keep you coming back for more.
What keeps people coming back though, is the warm hospitality and homey vibes at Quince. The owners Armen and Michelle are known to enjoy mingling around with guests and you are likely to see them taking orders as well. READ ON
We like to start our day right with a hearty breakfast, especially when we travel as a robust meal will give us enough fuel to go about during the day. Whale And Co is a fantastic place with great breakfast and excellent coffee if you are looking for a simple breakfast spot in Seminyak, Bali.
Diners can get mains at wallet-friendly prices, ranging from RP25,000 to RP60,000 (S$2.50 to S$6). Besides food, the cafe is also building a steady reputation on Indonesian artisan coffee and cold pressed juices.
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.
Traveling to Bali is actually a lot cheaper than you think! It is not difficult to travel to Bali on a budget because you can get cheap air tickets via budget airlines, as well as plenty of options for affordable home stays listed on AirBnb.
We traveled to Ubud and spent less than S$280 in three days two nights per person. The amount includes round-trip plane tickets, return airport transfer, accommodation, activities and daily meals.
From riding a motorbike to dining at Anthony Bourdain’s favourite restaurant, we conquered 15 fun activities that you can do in Ubud during a long weekend. Here’s how you can travel to Ubud, Bali for a 3D2N Getaway with S$280 (all-inclusive).
It was a gloomy morning. Intermittent drizzles, dark skies and dampen spirits. But we were to rekindle our excitement to be in Bali with our first breakfast at Sisterfields Cafe.
Among the many new names to Seminyak’s dining scene, Sisterfields Cafe ranks the most popular and we knew it would be a cafe that we’d love.
Despite the rain, nothing and no one seemed bothered. The cafe was packed at 10am; the breakfast crowd was alive. Of salads, eggs, burgers and green juices, Sisterfields Cafe is the it place to be at for breakfast when in Seminyak, Bali.
Bali is one happening island to take a holiday at. We love that Indonesian island so much that we visit it at least thrice a year! It is a popular destination for nomads too, and we know of many who make Bali their base because it makes such a relaxing office – with good food and coffee on top of free wifi, of course.
So what is it like over at the Island of Gods? You might think they are pretty undeveloped, but the cafe scene is a booming one and there is always so much fanfare about the wondrous themes and incredible menus. A cup of quality flat white can be as cheap as S$2, and a generous stack of pancakes would surprise you with a S$4 price tag.
Let’s just say cafe-hopping at Bali is for all, because it is impossible to not fall in love with chic spaces, good food and coffee – all at unbeatable prices. In this guide, we let you in to our regular haunts and picks of the year, as well as some thematic restaurants that serves eclectic menus at cafe prices.
Here are 16 cafes in Bali that offer you unique dining experiences without breaking the bank.