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What A Day in Canggu Looks Like

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What A Day in Canggu Looks Like
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Everyone wants to live in Canggu these days: it’s hip, gorgeous, exciting, and still reasonably priced. Canggu may be the holy land for individuals seeking sun, enjoyment, and a decent spot to base themselves in Southeast Asia. Canggu is home to chic restaurants and cafes, laid-back beach bars, and a welcoming nomad and expat community staying in their tropical Canggu Bali villa rentals. 

On the other hand, if you’re looking for a “genuine Balinese experience,” whatever that means, this isn’t the place to go. 

However, There’s something for everyone in Canggu, from spending a morning sipping coffee in a light-filled cafe to viewing a spectacular sunset from one of the many beach clubs. Heres how a day in Canggu looks like.

Join Yoga Classes in the Morning

Join Yoga Classes in the Morning
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Even though Ubud is the true yoga hub of Bali, Canggu has plenty of opportunities to practice your sun salutations. Yoga shalas or classes are available at many lodging establishments, and there are also various yoga studios.

We were fortunate in that our hotel (The Chillhouse Bali) provided a complimentary yoga class twice daily. Yoga sessions ranged from relaxing meditation to strenuous vinyasa movements. We can definitely recommend the Chillhouse if you’re seeking for a location to stay with a diverse selection of yoga possibilities.

Have Morning Coffee and Brunch in Butterman

Have Morning Coffee and Brunch in Butterman
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Butterman has virtually overflowed with consumers since debuting in September. They come for the soft and crunchy croissants, which come in plain, chocolate, and double-baked with almond cream, as well as stuffed croissants with béchamel sauce, ham, or chorizo and drizzled with Emmental cheese from the French-Swiss border region.

Enjoy Some Relaxing Time in Your Vacation Rental in Canggu

Enjoy Some Relaxing Time in Your Vacation Rental in Canggu
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Not everyday have to be spent for exploring beaches, trying out new restaurants, or partying in beach clubs. Spare some days just lounging in the private pool of your villa Canggu; cooling down from Bali’s heat, reading books, or just enjoying fresh tropical fruits. While hotels might be lovely and comfortable, they rarely have a lot of space. One of the reasons we love a villa rentals in Canggu, Bali, whenever we we can is because of this benefit. We can all be in the same place for late-night conversation or lingering over breakfast that we’ve cooked together if we stay in a vacation rental.

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Surfing in the Strips of Echo and Berawa Beaches

In Canggu, one thing is impossible to avoid: surfing. Canggu’s beaches are among Bali’s most well-known (and crowded) surf locations. There are tanned individuals everywhere, racing about with surfboards or riding around on scooters with their boards.

If you want to learn to surf, Canggu is a fantastic place to do so. There are as many surf schools and camps in Canggu as there are sand on the beach. The Chillhouse Bali is a great option for you (where we ourselves also stayed). There are surf lessons available with highly qualified instructors.

Lounge for Sunset in the Lawn Canggu

Lounge for Sunset in the Lawn Canggu
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The Lawn Canggu is a relaxed, upscale beachfront pub with beanbags and couches strewn around an artificial lawn in front of Batu Balong Beach. Grab a drink and sit in just in time for sunset. If you go at the proper time, you might be able to catch some live music while you’re there.

Or Just Walk Down to Any Beaches and Enjoy the Sunset

Canggu has a southwesterly orientation. As a result, Canggu’s beaches are ideal for watching spectacular sunsets. To enjoy it, you may either rest in the sand or find a spot in one of the many bars. The sun sets between 6 and 6:30 p.m. in Bali every year, making it ideal for a sundowner or an evening supper.

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Get in the ‘Gu Night Vibe at Old Man’s

Get in the ‘Gu Night Vibe at Old Man’s
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Last but not least, if you enjoy partying, Canggu is the place to be. There is no longer a weekday when there isn’t a party or an event taking place someplace. We’re not big party people, but we couldn’t pass up the chance to check out Canggu’s nightlife.

The Old Man’s, directly on Batu Bolong beach, is one of the hotspots. During the day, it’s really cozy here. Live music is performed early in the evening, and a DJ is occasionally present. The famed Sunday parties in Deus are also packed. Local musicians frequently perform here, and you can dance all night.