Rustic wooden furniture accompanied by plush cushioned seats is rather tempting after a long walk around Ubud's main street. Tucked between boutiques along Jalan Hanoman, this little café is a retreat from the hot afternoon sun with a glass of fresh wholesome juice blend to cool off.
Working on holiday is not ideal but working in the heart of Bali, Ubud is somewhat amazing. Seniman Coffee Studio provided the perfect setting - great coffee, food and desserts. Its one café I couldn't get enough off.
Just a stone throws away from the main Ubud high street, this café sets a perfect ambience of peace and tranquility. One can choose to either work at the Coffee Studio or the Cold Brew just across it.
*honestly its not much of a difference between the two, other than perhaps the interior and one serving just cold coffee.
Hipster café’s are a thing of the past. This place speaks nothing but hippie central. The modest furnishings of Moroccan styled wooden furniture combined with some beautiful art work to one side, this place has an electric hippie vibe. The only thing missing is a shisha pipe.
Tucked in the heart of the city, surrounded by nostalgia colonial houses, this bar is made for those who want some quality time with their company. Comfy couches flanked by 60's english series at play, and subtle lounge music in the background, one can linger here for hours. You won't realise you're in the heart of the city as not a squeak of traffic can be heard.
*And the main road is just a 2 minutes away!
Indonesian food at its best! Merah Putih in Seminyak is one place you might want to make a reservation early as can be rather busy during dinner hours. Nestled in Seminyak, this place does serve up quality Indonesian cuisine. Just don't be fooled by the outer appearance of this establishment.