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Coffee hopping in Ubud

Ahh, Ubud… Where the sky is bluer, the grass is greener, the air is fresher, and the coffee is stronger. 

Even with all the yoga barns, the vegan and healthy options in every nook and cranny, Ubudians can’t seem to shy away from a robust cup of coffee. Making the charming artistic town as the hub for the best coffee houses in Bali. 

We’ve carefully selected six noteworthy coffee shops in Ubud should you ever decide that a cup of Americano isn’t enough. Read through our list for locally-sourced and lovingly brewed cup of joey, and an extra special coffee tour at the end of the article!  

 

1. Seniman Coffee Studio

It is the most-sought-after coffee shop in Ubud and the hippest place for visitors. You can sip your coffee while sitting on the shop’s signature rocking chair. Do keep an eye for Seniman’s variety coffee workshops. 


Image source: @rosemarijnjansen

 

2. Freak Coffee

This coffee shop offers outdoor seating facing one of Ubud’s busiest streets, making it a great place for people watching. It’s also local’s favourite spot to catch-up and mingle.


Image source: @wilandrib

 

3. Ubud Coffee Roastery

At Ubud Coffee Roastery you will get to enjoy a cup or glass of coffee made from roasted organic beans. Plus it offers a calm and homey atmosphere when you just want to have a lazy day.


Image source: Ubud Coffee Roastery

 

4. East Village Boutique Coffee House

A trendy and charming boutique coffee shop that is perfectly suited for all kinds of coffee hipsters who’d like to get their best Instagram moment.

Image source: East Village Boutique Coffee House

 

5. Gangga Coffee

Those who are looking for locally-sourced and fair-trade coffee should definitely give Gangga Coffee a try.


Image source: Gangga Coffee

 

6. Anomali Coffee

Anomali is the equivalent of the Indonesian version of Starbucks, as it is a truly unique Indonesian coffee shop chain. So don’t give it a miss as your last coffee stop in Ubud.


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In addition to that, our Bali Voyage program offers a coffee plantation tour in Ubud, where you can learn about various coffee beans and experience coffee tasting.

Coffee tasting during Bali Voyage


And don’t forget to give a try of our signature Padma Iced Coffee and locally-sourced Balinese coffee options, and enjoy it with a marvellous Payangan hill view from The Puhu Restaurant & Lounge.

Now, who’s ready for a cuppa?

 

Bali Voyage booking and further information: recreation.ubud@padmahotels.com

 

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    Evelyn

    Jul 11, 2018

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    Thanks a lot for the article post.Much thanks again. Fantastic.

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