The Ultimate Guide to Canggu, Bali

July 17, 2017

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Ultimate Guide to Canggu

The Ultimate Guide to Canggu, Bali

This Ultimate Guide to Canggu outlines everything and anything you will need to plan your trip, and will help you decide where to go, what to do, where to eat, and where to drink too many tequila shots. Check out the links below to skip to your favorite parts, or read on to check out the whole guide to Canggu.

I highly recommend saving this ultimate guide to Canggu in your phone to look back on during your trip. This quick guide will come in handy when you are deciding how to plan your day, week, month, (or EVEN YOUR YEAAAARR.. I’ll be there for . . . okay I’m done).

Getting There + Transportation

To + from the Denpasar airport:

My recommendation: Take a taxi. Bluebird is the most reputable taxi service, just look for the blue bird. (Cost: around 300,000-350,000 Rupiah in rush hour, around $20-$25 USD)

Other options:

Go-Jek app or Uber, or hire driver through accommodation 

During your stay in Canggu: 

Rent a scooter! This is the best way to explore, but can be intimidating to some. Get to know the area first before renting. (Average price for a scooter rental in Canggu: $5 a day or $65 for a month)

If you’re not comfortable riding a scooter, use the go-jek app or hire private cars/taxi 

Best Bike Rentals:

Bali Bike Monkeys 

Canggu Bali

Accommodation

The best place to look for accommodation in Canggu is definitely their Canggu Community Facebook page. This is such a great resource for everything and anything Canggu related, so if you decide to stick around for awhile (most people do after spending a few days here), this is something you’ll want to check out. It offers great villa options and you can find some great deals while meeting some cool people while you’re at it.

Things to do in Canggu:

Best Places to Eat in Canggu:

Overall Favorites for brunch, lunch or dinner

  • Nook – Amazing jungle-esque decor set in the rice fields. Delicious local and western cuisine, fresh fruit smoothies, good whole foods 
  • La Baracca – Italian restaurant owned by Italian expats. Wood fired pizza and decent wine (something that is fairly hard to find on the island)
  • The Shady Shack – Amazing brunch, lunch and dinner with healthy noms. Great for vegetarians.

Best sushi in Canggu: 

Best Warung: 

Best smoothie bowls in Canggu:

Best Smoothie Bowl Canggu Nalu Bowls

Best Vegan Restaurants in Canggu

Best coffee in Canggu:

Best Remote Work spaces (with good wifi and food):

Best Coffee Canggu Nude

Best Coworking space in Canggu:

Outpost Ubud

Best Sunset spots in Canggu

Utlimate Guide Canggu La Laguna

La Laguna, Canggu

Going out in Canggu:

Going out Canggu Mexicola Bali

Most Instagrammable places in Canggu:

Ultimate Guide Canggu The Lawn

The Lawn, Canggu

I did it for the gram’ – Check out these accounts on Instagram before you go to get some inspiration for photos you’d like to take! Make sure to tag them in your photos! You may get featured on their account 🙂 The photo opportunities are endless:

Best Shopping in Canggu:

Best Shopping Deus Ex Machina Canggu

Best Workout spots in Canggu:

Exercise while traveling can be daunting, and more often than not, is put on the back burner while we stuff our faces with local food and drink the night away one Bintang at a time. If you are feeling ambitious, here are the best places to get a work-out in in Canggu:

I hope this Ultimate Guide to Canggu was helpful and informative! Canggu is rapidly becoming one of Bali’s major hotspots for travel. Watch out for that Canggu charm, it’ll get ya!

All I can say is, don’t have too many plans set in stone after your trip to Canggu, you may never want to leave.

Thinking about going to Canggu? Tell me all about it! Ask me questions, share your experiences! I want to hear from you! Any favorites I missed? Let me know 🙂

 

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The comments +

  1. Shahrom

    May 25th, 2018 at 12:47 am

    Which is your favourite yoga place among the places you mentioned?

  2. Kaylee

    June 6th, 2018 at 7:31 pm

    It depends what you prefer! I’d say Desa Seni but it has a lot to do with teachers and the style you like 🙂 The Practice has a bit more western feel to it where the others embody Bali a little more 🙂 Have an amazing time!

  3. Erwin

    October 22nd, 2018 at 5:57 am

    Outpost now also has a location in Canggu (since about 2 months). Definitely recommend, the space is great!

  4. kaylee price

    November 6th, 2018 at 7:36 pm

    Ohh good to know!! Thanks Erwin! I will update the article 🙂

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