Best Cafes in Bali

Bali, Indonesia is certainly a paradise, but the best time to visit Bali may not be during summer. During this period, there are fewer tourists visiting the island, probably due to the earthquake and tsunami that hit Java and Sumatra a few years ago. And since most of the major attractions in Bali are located in Bali’s central region, it was also difficult for us to get to them from our hotel. So, what is the solution? Try and book a flight to Bali in the winter, where you will have plenty of choices among the many high-altitude hotels in Bali.

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Between morning and afternoon, there were usually very active breakfast sessions, where the service staff were extremely helpful, as they always had great tips on how to get the best cafes in Bali. As for lunch and dinner, we’re also very busy, giving out instructions to drive from one coffee house to another. As you can probably infer, some of the best cafes in Bali are not the easiest to reach. As much as we wanted to go to all 24 of them, only had 5 available days in Bali, which involved an afternoon hike to Mount Batur, a drive up to Nusa Penida, and a final trip to the Sacred Valley of the Thousand Hills.

After our short but tiring trek from the airport to our first destination in Bali, we decided to try the “vegetarian dishes” at the local cafe. Surprisingly, the vegetarian food we got there was quite tasty and filling, especially the vegetarian chocolate smoothie bowl that my husband had enjoyed during his previous trip to Bali, as well as a variety of other fruits such as banana and mango. While the coffee was quite strong, it wasn’t too overpowering and was a perfect finish to a wonderful day in Bali.

RiZE Cafe

Jl. Pantai Pererenan No.150, Pererenan, Kec. Mengwi, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80351


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