Instead of Aussies out to booze it up in Kuta it’s more likely your flight to Bali these days will be filled with groups headed off to yoga retreats, surfing camps and meditation workshops. Perhaps Eat Pray Love is to blame but Bali is making a name for itself as a place to get away from it all while also getting healthy. From humble warungs (local family restaurants) to the cafes, restaurants and hotels aimed at visitors, healthy food is firmly on the menu in Bali. Pablo Fourcard, owner of Watercress cafe in Seminyak, says Bali is at the forefront of a worldwide move towards healthier alternatives….
Cick on through to read the rest of my article for The Guardian on the best healthy cafes in Bali.
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