May 19, 2015 Wander-lust

Top 5 » Bali’s most healthy hotspots

It’s that tropical & magical little island, it’s the island that everybody escapes to recharge their batteries.
I’m talking about Bali, Indonesia.
Like London, Australia, and some other big western countries, Bali is is one of those places where the healthy food and lifestyle started a while back.
And yet more and more healthy hotspots are popping up.

This is our Top 5 of Bali’s  most healthy hotspots :

1. Sisterfields
With Australia around the corner, it’s not a big surprise that this kind of cafe opened up in Bali not too long ago.
They call themselves “The Iconic Australian Cafe”.
You can certainly have breakfast like a king or eat lunch like an emperor with one of their famous tropical juices.

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Source: Sisterfields

Jl. Kayu Cendana No.7, Seminyak, Bali 80361
http://sisterfieldsbali.com

2. Sari Organik, Ubud
I came to this place in 2010. First I wasn’t sure where I would end up because you’ll need to walk through the rice fields for about 20 minutes which makes this place even more special!

Once arrived, you can enjoy the best fresh coconuts, and homemade organic lunches.


Bali's healthy hotspots
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Source: letsmakan.com

Jl. Raya Tjampuhan, Ubud, Bali
There’s no website available but check this link

3. Shelter café 
From 7am you can indulge yourself with healthy food and this open tropical café.
Amazing salads, homemade gingerbeer, lemon squash or their super smoothies will make you want to come back here.
Many bloggers are fan of this place, and so is Wander-Lust! 

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Source: Facebook Shelter Cafe

Jl. Drupadi, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali
http://www.sheltercafebali.com/
Be sure to visit their Facebook 

4. Ubud Hanging Gardens
You can imagine my jaw dropping when I entered the hanging gardens for the first time.
I had a wonderful dinner here with no time for a jump in the infinity pool but let’s just say we have a rain check on that one!
They mainly use vegetables, fruits and spices  from the Bedugul or are grown at their own property, their seafood comes directly from Jimbaran Bay making lunch and dinner very tasty!

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Source: both pictures courtesy to the Ubud Hanging Gardens

5. Warung Kecil
My parents told me about this secret place. Sanur residents love it here.
The prices are extremely low but the food quality is sky high!
From the outside it doesn’t look like anything special but it’s cosy and cute on the inside.
They offer vegetarian and vegan options plus healthy wheatgrass shots, fresh almond or macha milk, pressed juices, young coconuts and you can also go for a buffet.

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Source: Facebook Warung Kecil

Jalan Duyung no 1, Sanur, Bali
Check their Facebook for more info

Love,

Elke

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Comments (2)

  1. Oh zo fijn, vorig jaar een paar maanden in Ubud gewoond. Ik ging vaak naar Sari Organic, heerlijk! Ook Bali Buda, Soma en Clear Cafe waren mijn favoriet :)

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