5 Colourful Cafes in Bali That Will Brighten Your Travels
There's no doubt that there's a great range of cafes in Bali. Every time I travel back I always find something new and exciting to try. I definitely have a few favourites - some of which are included below - but I thought I'd share a handful of colourful cafes in Bali that will brighten your travels.
Colourful Cafes In Bali
Right in the heart of Seminyak is Café Bali. Those words are largely written at the front alongside lush greenery - you really can't miss it! It's whitewashed wooden furniture, plush lounges, eclectic collection of hanging mirrors, colourful bean bags and pastel rose petals on tables bring out a certain sophistication with a touch of bohemian vibes. It's casual and a great spot to take a break from wandering and/or shopping around Seminyak to grab lunch, or just get a refresher.Go here for: A relaxed lunch between exploring the shopping in Seminyak. Or work on a few emails over a fresh fruit juice.Jalan Kayu Aya [Oberoi], Seminyak, Bali, IndonesiaRelated: Shopping in Bali
Sea Circus was one of the ever first cafe's I discovered in Bali on my very first visit. It's run by Australians (which means they do a good avo on toast!) and has a casual by-the-beach vibe from breakfast-lunch, followed by (really good) cocktails in the evening. The place is vibrant and fun, and a great way to start the day with a tropical breakfast and a delicious healthy juice. My favourite was 'love me not'.Go here for: A tropical breakfast and blended juice.22 Jalan Kayu Aya [Oberoi], Seminyak, Bali.
One of the later boutique cafe's to open more recently in Bali is Sisterfields. They have a range of fresh pastries, salads and sandwiches for an all day breakfast/lunch menu. The modern design actually makes me feel like I'm in a Melbourne cafe - Hm, I wonder if the owners are Australian? They don't do dinner just yet, but it was always buzzing when we popped in during any time of the day so I'm sure once dinner launches they'll be even busier bees.Go here for: Brunch with friends.Jl. Kayu Cendana No.7 Seminyak, Kerobokan Bali
DROP The Coffee Spot
This is my favourite spot to get coffee in Seminyak, especially iced coffee. It's a little nook with colourful patterned floors inside and also an outdoor area at the front. I think the name says it all - it's definitely a great coffee spot on a buzzing street, and a nice place to catch up on a few magazines.Go here for: Great Coffee.Jalan Petitenget No. 888X, Seminyak, Badung, Bali.Related: One street, three favourite eats! (in Seminyak)
From the outside this place looks like a decent size but when you make your way inside you realise it's huge. It's decked out with colourful furniture, painted walls - even the food! There's a great vibe on Friday and Saturday evenings, although when I was there last I had just finished a 1 and a 1/2 hour massage and pamper treatment so I didn't get my boogie on but the people inside looked like they were having a great time.Go here for: Dinner (tacos anyone?), cheeky cocktails and dancing.Jl. Kayujati No. 9 X, Petitenget Beach, Seminyak, Bali Have you found any colourful cafes in Bali? Leave a comment below - I'd love to check it out next time!