Balinese specialty health food establishment Clear Café is renowned for its all-encompassing menu of nourishing juices, tasty salads, sandwiches, Indonesian classics and raw/vegan dishes.
This Ubud-based café has proved to consumers that healthy food can actually taste insanely delicious.
Set foot into the multi-level café and be greeted by a splash of rainbow colours; the open-air gorgeous café is characterised by pastel-coloured wooden furniture and boasts an unrivalled view of Ubud’s tranquil countryside surroundings.
Definitely worth making a special detour if you are visiting Bali soon!
The organic dining scene in Ubud, Bali is flourishing. Health food restaurant Sari Organik is one of the pioneers that every foodie traveller should make a point to dine at. It is, undeniably, our favourite eatery among the gorgeous paddy fields in Bali.
The humble eatery first opened about 12 years ago with a focus on organic and sustainable produce. The family-run business is located right in the remote rice paddies where cars are prohibited to traverse through. You have to arrive either via a motorbike or by foot – which is quite a walk, but well worth it.
Despite its obscure location, the green restaurant sees no lack of patrons on a daily basis.
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).
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.
With so many good restaurants and warungs (local eateries) in Ubud, we have barely scratched the tip of the iceberg. But we hope that this list will get you started during your next trip to Ubud, and hopefully, it will spark off your wanderlust in you and have you returning to the arts & cultural centre of Bali on many more adventures in the future. Here is our guide to Ubud’s 10 Best Places to Eat.