Warang Cahaya’s crispy pork rice with sambal matah is one of our all-time favourite things to eat in Bali.
This nondescript local eatery is as old school and local as you can get. It looks super unassuming but what do you know? It has one of Bali’s best local-style crispy pork rice!
This is one eatery we always return to over the years and we have never once been disappointed.
Talk about beach clubs and Bali is home to aplenty, but one that we really love is Ulu Cliffhouse. Situated at Uluwatu, Ulu Cilffhouse has a panoramic view of the sea and is one of the best spots in Uluwatu to catch the sunsets.
Sexy vibes, a great drinks menu, a comprehensive food menu, a retail store, and unbeatable vantage points; a trip to this beach club is definitely a must when in Bali.
Folie Kitchen & Patisserie has been gaining popularity and it is not hard to understand why. The gorgeous space sits in Canggu, Bali and it is the new it spot for dining and OOTDs.
Well, these days, these factors come hand in hand for travellers who cafe-hop on holidays, and the Bali restauranteurs are definitely upping their game to stay in trend.
Folie Kitchen & Patisserie is helmed by a French chef who has relocated to Bali and brought along with him his passion and flair for French culinary. You can expect nothing short of a good meal.
Bali has no lack of cafes, and it seems that everyone is just trying to outdo one another with new concepts, OOTD spots, special menus etc.
If dining on the table is too basic, well, you can now dine in the pool at Cabina Bali. We kid you not; brunch is served on a tray that floats on the in-house pool and you dine from the pool. Sounds cool already?
Cabina Bali also has many OOTD spots to boast, so pack along your cutest bikini and prettiest dress for a trip to this tropical paradise in Canggu!
Bali has no lack of cafes, especially in the Seminyak area.
Seminyak is every cafe-hopper’s dream, and it just got better with the addition of KYND Community in the Jalan Petitinget area.
Of smoothie bowls, cold-pressed juices, salads and coffee, KYND Community is an Australian-owned cafe that has something for you all day long and needs to be on your itinerary.
Seminyak is the place to go for the best nightlife experience in Bali. Whether you are looking for a bar to chill with some drinks; an exciting nightclub where you can show off your best dance moves; a rooftop bar with splendid views or a beach club—you can find them all in Seminyak.
With so many outstanding nightspots in Seminyak, it is hard to pinpoint which is our favourite. Since we cannot decide on just one place, we came up with a list of the best bars in Seminyak you should check out when you are travelling to Bali. READ ON
There is no lack of pretty cafes in Bali but one newbie in Seminyak deserves a special mention—Coffee Cartel.
This cafe has been getting so much attention on Instagram and it is not difficult to understand why. The cafe is MADE for Instagram with its numerous photo opportunities—from OOTD corners, a huge mural to the prettiest food and drinks.
We paid a visit to this LA-inspired cafe and here’s what we loved about Coffee Cartel, Bali.
Relaxing in a luxurious tropical villa and lounging around its private poolside is not a dream but an affordable reality in Bali, Indonesia. You will be surprised that an overnight stay in a beautiful Bali villa costs no more than S$150 and that amount is half of what it typically costs for a staycation in Singapore and other metropolitan cities.
Be it a bachelorette party, a family vacation with kids or a honeymoon getaway, each spacious villa will be able to accommodate your various needs. Why limit yourself to a small hotel room when you can rent an entire private house at a wallet-friendly prices?
This is our guide to 7 private luxurious villas in Kuta where each villa costs no more than S$150 per night.