Sunday, November 22, 2015

6D5N Foodie Trip to Bali 2015

Managed to conquer 13 restaurants in a short span of 6 days on my recent foodie escapade to Bali. Here's how I executed my plans.

Mode of transportation - 2 Way Flight by Jetstar
Accommodation (Day 1 - 4) - Brown Feather Hotel (Seminyak area)
Accommodation (Day 4 - 6) - Kayumanis Jimbaran Private Estate & Spa (Jimbaran area)

Seminyak Eats (Day 1 - 4)
Day 1 (Kerobokan area)
          Tea Time - Angelita Patisserie
          Dinner - Sardine
Day 2 (Jl. Batu Belig/ Kerobokan area)
          Lunch - Hog Wild (Former Naughty Nuri’s Warung)
          Tea Time - Livingstone Cafe & Bakery
          Dinner - MAMA San
Day 3 (Jl. Petitenget area)
          Lunch - Gardin Bistro
          Tea Time - The Fat Turtle
          Dinner - Merah Putih
Day 4 (Jl. Kayu Aya area)
          Lunch - The Bistrot

Jimbaran Eats (Day 4 - 6)
Day 4 (Jl.Yoga Perkanthi)
          Dinner - Cuca Restaurant
Day 5 (Benoa/ Jl. Uluwatu)
          Lunch - Made's Warung (during Half Day tour)
          Dinner - Balique
Day 6 - Too full from hotel's breakfast, scrapped our plans to eat at the Airport.

P.S. - This itinerary is more suitable for travelers who aren't first time visitors to Bali. There's minimal sightseeing and shopping during our 6 days here. We are mostly chilling in our hotels when not out hunting for food/drinks. Full details for the 13 restaurants can be found here.

Brown Feather Hotel

Angelita Patisserie


Hog Wild

Livingstone Cafe & Bakery


Gardin Bistro

The Fat Turtle

Merah Putih

The Bistrot

Kayumanis Jimbaran Private Estate & Spa

Daily in-villa Afternoon tea (complimentary)

Cuca Restaurant

Made's Warung (Benoa)


Water Blow

Turtle Conservation & Education Centre

Jimbaran Sunset

Ngurah Rai International Airport (New)

Many food options

DFS shops

New modern toilets

Spacious Departure gates

Ice cream before my flight


Mt. Raung (East Java)

1 comment:

  1. Wow all photos are wonderful from your bali trip and your idea of posting itinerary is also so good and helpful for first time traveler,really Bali is famous for its beautiful scenery, beaches, temples and i think you did experience all these,