Bali’s Most Instagramable Spots 2018

There’s no stopping to new developments in Bali. New hotels and restaurants are always popping in and we know you wanted to visit all the new hot spots. But not every spot is worth your instagram post. Here’s our list on Bali’s IT place.


Jl. Pantai Berawa No. 13, Canggu

Since it first open, Sun of Panama quickly gain popularity thanks to its beautiful design. Then everyone start instagraming, and the rest is history. “It feels like we’re in Panama circa 1960,” says one customer. It has a good-size pool that you can use to dip your toes in while enjoying their cocktails. Located in an authentic neighborhood of Canggu inspired by 60’s cultures, tropical designs, also a touch of art deco, Panama serves homemade comfort food and our signature cocktails that are perfectly crafted for you while sunbathing or even just chilling by the pool. It opens everyday. Breakfast starts from 7M – 1PM while Lunch to Dinner is from 1PM-10PM.


Jl. Kayu Aya No. 21, Seminyak

First famous for its Kim Soo décor, people started noticing how beautiful the whole setup is. Monochromatic colors and natural materials makes the whole place photoshoot ready. Cafe Kim Soo is a living experience, of the already existing Kim Soo décor product range. Simple, delicious, family favourites that find their way onto your plate. French Toast from our French Mauritian friends.  Pumpkin and Garlic Quiches that have been part of our Sunday baking for so long. Lamingtons and Lemon Pound Cakes from recipes that have been handed down for generations, are there for laid back afternoon teas. Artisan Farine bagels and sourdoughs that are truly world class. Their Baristas are individually trained by a wonderful Italian friend who has coffee roasting running thru his veins. Every morning our vintage La Marzocco rewards Espresso lovers with the heady aroma of great brewed coffee. This is Cafe Kim Soo, generous, fresh, beautiful food and drinks intended to fuel you into a spirited day.


Jl. Batu Bolong No 97, Canggu

Eat & Drink at The Slow is a contemporary take on ingredient-focused cooking with an island accent. Chef Shannon Moran draws upon his travels through Europe, South America and Asia to create an ever-changing menu of revamped classics, injecting bold, new exotic flavors, with an emphasis on seasonality, sustainability and sane eating. Fiery tastes honor Moran’s desire to cook with open flame. The light and airy restaurant, under a highline of botanical chandeliers, is a magnetic meeting spot with friendly service and a bohemian sensibility. A café by day with private dining during the afternoon and evening, the menu focuses on wood-grilled meats and seafood, local vegetables, farm greens, and field grains. The inventive drinks selection, inspired by mythology and history and designed by London bartender Maya Jaworska, highlights specialty batch spirits, extractions and tonics, with all cocktails pre-batched in-house. A carefully selected wine list presents small growers, regional styles, and quaint vintage wines, encouraging guests to try some of the best old and new world wine the island has to offer. A small collection of local craft beers completes the thirst-quenching offerings. The restaurant connects to Room 13, The Slow’s gallery space, which features a barista station and rotating art collection.


Jl. Subak Sari No 80, Canggu

Warung, an essential part of daily life in Indonesia is a type of small family-owned business, often a small shop or cafe. Nowadays, finding a decent comfortable dining place with really good food and half decent coffee at an affordable price are often an overhead you can’t justify. MyWarung® concept was formulated to re-create the modern day warung with all the genuine hospitality, but with the stylish comfort and the prices that is justifiably sensible. Embracing the concept of ‘wabi sabi’, the Japanese art of appreciating the beauty in the naturally imperfect world. Wabi sabi is an ancient aesthetic philosophy rooted in Zen Buddhism, the design of all our warungs are eclectic with curated pre-owned furnitures and artworks to perfectly perverse beauty in their deliberate imperfection. Don’t forget to try the L’Entrecote that’s just to die for.


Jl. Pangkung Sari 10X, Seminyak

If you’re looking for the best Italian Restaurant, Settimo Cielo, (“Seventh Heaven”) is the place to be. While you were there, take some cool pictures, not only of the food but also the interior. All is picture perfect. It has an eclectic design offers a relaxing atmosphere. The elements of our modern restaurant include a fresh water pond with fire feature, tropical gardens, a treed terrace and customized lighting. Our signature glass ceiling allows you to dine al fresco rain or shine. Both sun and starlight are filtered by canvas sails for a truly unique ambiance. Whether joining us for brunch, an afternoon cocktail, or an evening out, we offer you a one of a kind dining experience any time of day. Our approach to service is the heart of the Settimo Cielo story. We strive to blend modern sophistication with the traditional warmth of an Italian kitchen. Line-caught fish and organic produce bring the best of land and sea to your plate. Your meal might include terra cotta bowls with hand-made pasta, grilled seafood portioned from copper and brass, or savory side dishes served from ceramics. These beautiful centerpieces for all to taste and share are overseen by our attentive wait staff, ready with a wine pairing suggestion or a hand-crafted cocktail.


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