In part one of our series on Bali, we discussed areas to stay. In part two, we gave our picks for the best activities to experience on Bali. For part three, we’ll give you some of our top Bali dining experiences, in no particular order. Some of you may have a different list of your own. That’s fine. These are our favorite Bali dining experiences, rather than simply the best restaurants. We try to provide some variety for you to keep life interesting.
For part one of TGB’s Definitive Bali Travel Guide, we looked at the various options for areas to stay in Bali. For part two, we’ll have a look at some of the many activities that are worth experiencing.
Intro: Asia is arguably the region where I can add the most value on this site; I grew up there and have been traveling around the region since childhood. The first time I visited Bali was in 1988 and I’ve had the good fortune of returning many times since, including most recently last summer. 25 years later, much has changed thanks to development, a growing population, and sadly, terrorism. Locals and longtime Baliphiles may tell you that they long for the good old days or that the place to be has moved on to nearby Lombok or beyond. But if you can accept the higher prices, the rush hour traffic, and the growing pains that come with rapid development, the “Island of the Gods” still offers a rare combination of stunning natural beauty and infectious energy.