Canggu is a coastal village in the southern part of Bali, known for its challenging surfing spots. It is popular with expats that choose to live here. Along with the popularity of expats and tourists, Canggu offers a big variety of restaurants, pubs and cafes.
While we volunteered in a hostel here, I started researching the specialty coffee scene in Canggu and the only place that attracted me was Hungry Bird coffee shop and roastery
Penang Island is the most diverse, cosmopolitan and multicultural area in Malaysia. Its main city and urban centre, George Town, is known as a culinary capital with irresistible street food, a home of the art and multicultural (more…)
I am not a fan of big cities, but Kuala Lumpur is for sure the one that I could fall in love with. It is multicultural and combines modernity with tradition in a unique way: skyscrapers, mega sized shopping malls and parks on one way, temples, mosques, night bazars and street food on the other. In such an environment, specialty coffee scene was a must. And for sure, Kuala Lumpur is very developed in this segment, from highly professional roasters (more…)
During our stay on Bali’s island, we spent a week in the beautiful Ubud, a city full of culture, home of yoga and Balinese massage, good restaurants and streets with plenty of shops where you can find goods coming from local artisans. Having so many beautiful things around, Ubud doesn’t lack good specialty coffee shops either. In fact, there are a
Yogyakarta (pronounced Jogjakarta and called Yogya or Jogja) is the soul of Java. This city still holds to its traditions, its art and the Javanese language is still at its purest. No wonder Yogya is the most beautiful and lovable city of Indonesia.
In terms of specialty coffee shops, Yogya has a variety of offers. I will present below three of my favourite places in this beautiful city, which you don’t have to miss if you are a coffee geek. (more…)
We reached the beautiful island of Bali, which, besides its natural beauty, it is also a good region for coffee and its beans are said to be sweet, with nut and citrus notes. We accommodate ourselves in Ubud, which is a city full of culture, but also the home of good restaurants, streets with plenty of shops where you can find goods coming from the (more…)
We started our coffee adventure in the beautiful Indonesia. This country is absolutely amazing, with its over 17.000 islands, its wild jungles, its heartbreaking sceneries, rice fields, mountains, volcanos, temples, lovely people and last, but not least, its coffee. (more…)