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The culture of the famous Balinese town is ever-present. The Legong Dance entertains the tourist through the night; the gorgeous rice paddies provide the wow factor during a day of sightseeing, and fresh coffee is always around the corner throughout the vibrant town of Ubud.

Therefore, if you desire a much-needed caffeine hit and enjoy spending time in cafes with welcomed air conditioning to escape the heat and WIFI to reconnect to your loved ones back home, you are in for a treat when looking to find the best cafes Ubud.

 

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Explore the township during the day and find the best cafes in Ubud.

 

The Best Cafes in Ubud for a desired caffeine Hit

 

Ubud is the home to many cafes that serve up delicious coffee and various tasty meals no matter what your dietary requirements are, especially the Indonesian type. And whether you’re looking to get in some work on the laptop or unwind while quietly receiving your caffeine fix, you’ll love these Ubud cafes.

 

Anomali Café

This cosy café is excellent if you enjoy premium single-origin coffee, and it’s available served up in a variety of brewing methods. Aside from coffee, Anomali Café offers a wide range of teas. If you aren’t sure, check out the charts to check the acidity levels, and ask any friendly baristas to make you a cup.

Location: Jalan Raya, off Jalan Hanoman

 

Lazy Cats Café

This stylish café is a favourite of people who love both cats and good coffee, with an industrial design peppered with bohemian touches and feline delights. The relaxing ambience invites visitors to relax with a friend while trying regional coffee. Lazy Cats Café also doubles as an art gallery and bar, definitely the kind of café that you can hang out in all day long.

Location: Jalan Raya No. 11

 

Seniman Coffee

Seniman Coffee is one of the most popular cafes and roasteries in Ubud, especially if you take good coffee seriously. They consider themselves a fourth wave coffee shop, offering coffee and process and design coffee and a wide range of coffee items, including brewing equipment and handmade furniture. If you fancy learning how to brew coffee, check out their workshops too!

Location: Jalan Sriwedari No. 5

 

Gangga Coffee

Offering a unique coffee experience for all coffee lovers, Gangga Coffee is a must-visit Ubud Café. It’s located along the road heading to the Tegallalang Rice Terraces and is adorned with a stylish modern design. They are known for specialty fair-trade coffee, and it’s an excellent destination for brunch as well.

Location: Jalan Raya Andong No. 18

 

Milk and Madu

This famous Canggu brunch spot has finally expanded to Ubud, and you’d be missing out if you didn’t drop by. It’s considered by many to be one of the best cafes in Ubud but be sure to bring your appetite because they serve excellent food too. The bright and spacious cafes make it a favourite for coffee dates, and it’s a great place to go for coffee at just about any time of day.

Location: Jalan Suweta No. 3

Ubud’s cafes have something for everyone, and for many travellers, they’re an essential part of the itinerary. That’s because local culture places a high premium on good café as well as café culture. The truth is you’ll be hard-pressed to find a lousy café anywhere in Ubud, so you can’t go wrong with any of these top-rated cafes.

 

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