Looking for the best food in Canggu, Bali? I’ve compiled the best restaurants into the ultimate Canggu Restaurant Guide for you! Read on to find out more!

My relationship with Canggu is one that borders on obsessed. Nestled a few miles North of the hectic areas of Seminyak and Kuta, you’ll find the perfect little surf town. Honestly, there is very little not to love about Canggu. Yoga, surf, shopping, gorgeous rice field roads, and, of course, the incredible food scene! Looking for a Canggu restaurant guide? Look no further! This guide will tell you everything you need to know!

Canggu Restaurant Guide - Organic Cafe
Organic Cafe, Canggu


Instagram-worthy smoothie bowls, all day breakfast, and a rope swing – there is no wonder the influencers are (quite literally) flocking here!

What to order: Super Acai bowl topped with banana, mango, passion fruit, strawberry, coconut flakes and almonds

Canggu Restaurant Guide - Milk and Madu
Milk and Madu, Canggu


Working as a digital nomad? This spot is for you! Cozy couches with accessible outlets or you all of your working need while you chow down!

What to order: Goat cheese skillet eggs with spinach and roasted tomato

Canggu Restaurant Guide - Shady Shack
Shady Shack, Canggu


This place makes being a vegetarian look easy! An exclusively vegetarian menu (and mostly vegan menu) has tourists and expats alike feasting at this hip spot!

What to order: Shady Shack burger (feta, beet, quinoa patty) with vegan chipotle aioli

Canggu Restaurant Guide - Crate Cafe
Crate Cafe, Canggu


Crate might as well be an East Village brunch spot on a Saturday with the number of folks lining up each morning. Don’t worry, there is plenty of parking for your moped across the street, so you can be sure to arrive in true Bali style.

What to order: Bowlarama (dragon fruit bowl with watermelon, granola, and coconut flakes)

Canggu Restaurant Guide - Eden Cafe
Eden Cafe, Canggu


This spot is Crate Cafe before it was trendy! Want an excellent smoothie bowl without the crowds? The relaxed nature of this spot will give you plenty of time to get that perfect shot!

What to order: Build your own smoothie bowl! Top it up with all of the brightest Bali fruits – dragon fruit, mango, strawberries!

Canggu Restaurant Guide - Varuna Cafe
Varuna Cafe, Canggu


When is the last time that you ate a meal for a dollar that wasn’t a late night slice of pizza? At Varuna a full plate of delicious goodness will only set you back a buck or two!

What to order: Everything in sight! But if you have to choose opt for the sauteed tempeh and spicy noodles

Canggu Restaurant Guide - Bettelnut Cafe
Bettelnut Cafe, Canggu


This farm-to-table eatery makes eating healthy easy! That is, until you indulge in one of their amazing slices of Oreo cheesecake!

What to order: the Big Betelnut salad and a large slice of Oreo cheesecake for dessert

Canggu Restaurant Guide - Moana Fish Eatery
Moana Fish Eatery, Canggu


Transport yourself to the tropics at this fishy spot! This fish friendly eatery gets quite crowded in the evenings so opt for lunch at this spot if you can swing it!

What to order: Poké bowl all the way!

Canggu Restaurant Guide - Bu Mi Warung
Bu Mi Warung, Canggu


This spot is a win-win all around for both locals and travelers – cheap prices and delicious options! While perhaps less Insta trendy then some of Canggu’s other spots, Bu Mi definitely deserves all the hype!

What to order: everything buffet style – just keep loading it up!

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Canggu Restaurant Guide - Everything You Need to Know About Dining in Canggu, Bali



Looking to take a day trip to Ayutthaya from Bangkok? You’ve come to the right place! As much as I love the hustle and bustle of Thailand’s capital, Bangkok, it’s always nice to get a break from the big city. A perfect day trip from Bangkok, even for those with a limited amount of time, is a quick trip to Ayutthaya. The site was declared a UNESCO Heritage Site in 1991 and offers a series of incredible temples to visit. The Ayutthaya temples are also considerably less crowded than many of those in the rest of Thailand. Ayutthaya was the former capital during the Kingdom of Siam.

visiting the ayutthaya temples

A Guide to a Day Trip to Ayutthaya

How to Get to Ayutthaya

The city is easily accessible by train from Bangkok’s Hua Lamphong station. Ticket prices depend on the type of seat and trip length. Tickets can be purchased on the day of, however I recommend buying your return ticket as soon as you arrive in Ayutthaya as tickets do sell out, even in the low season. On our way there we opted for a standing ticket (or non-specified seat) on a hour train. This type of ticket costs approximately 20 baht ($0.60). For the way home we purchased a reclining seat as our train would take two hours, and the price increased to 65 baht ($2).

Getting Around the Ayutthaya temples

The most common method of getting around the temples of Ayutthaya is by tuk tuk. The going rate at the train station is 900-1000 baht ($27-30), however you can always bargain. For cheaper rates follow the street perpendicular to the train station, where you can hire a driver for 200 baht ($6)/hour. This price does not include entrance into the temples however. Although it is bit pricey, taking a tuk tuk allowed us to see a lot more than if we had rented bikes. Additionally, you can fit up to four passengers for the same price so bring (or make) some friends along for the journey!

woman sculpture in tree in thailand
ayutthaya temples in thailand


What to Do in Ayutthaya

The tuk tuk drivers will present you with a list of the top temples to visit. The temples all cost 50 baht ($1.50 USD) to enter, with the exception of Wat Yai Chai Mongkon and Wat Lokayasutharam which are a bit cheaper. Here is a list of the Ayutthaya temples that should definitely be on your must-visit list:

girl in front of large buddha at ayutthaya temples
day trip to ayutthaya thailand


Where to Eat on a Day Trip to Ayutthaya

Ayutthaya is known for both their king river prawns and their famous boat noodles. You’ll find numerous restaurants serving boat noodles. However, Klong Srabua Boat Noodle is claimed by many to be the best. You have the choice between beef or pork noodles, with both options priced at under $1 USD a bowl.