Things to do in Sanur – Bali Indonesia


In southeast Bali, Sanur is a popular seaside resort town. The beach has shallow waters and jukung fishing boats rest on the sand. The surrounding area is lined with art galleries and restaurants. A paved path surrounds the coral-built Pura Blanjong temple with inscriptions dating back to the 10th century. There are also plenty of things to do in Sanur for those who don’t want to spend the whole day on the beach.

There are many things to do in Sanur, including a free tour of the Turtle Conservation and Education Center. Volunteers at the centre will teach you about the endangered species of turtles and how to care for them. The centre also takes in injured turtles and raises them until they can be released back into the wild. The centre has free admission but they ask for donations. If you are looking for a relaxing activity, you can try a trip to the nearby seaside cafés, restaurants, and spas.

A day at the beach is not complete without a visit to Sanur’s vibrant downtown. You can also visit the local museum to learn about the local culture and learn about the history of Bali. A tour of the town center will allow you to see the history of the island and enjoy its diverse cultural heritage.

While the downtown is not as lively as other parts of Bali, it does have its share of art and crafts shops. The main artery, Jalan Danau Tamblingan, is packed with antique stores and traditional Balinese trinkets. You should also visit the Griya Santrian Art Gallery. The gallery is located within the Griya Hotel Boutique Hotel. The gallery features rotating exhibitions, book launches, and other arts related events. In the past, the gallery has showcased paintings, sculpture, photography, and Balinese textiles.

There are many other activities in Sanur. The city’s beach is a great place for kids to spend the day, and it is home to the Bali Kite Festival. The beaches are clean and well kept, and there are plenty of places to sit on the beach and relax. There are also cafes and seafood huts in the area. There is also a theatre in the town. If you’d like to see a sunset over the ocean, it’s a great time to watch the colorful sunset in the center of the city.

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While there are many things to do in Sanur, the main attractions are the museums, restaurants, and cafes. In addition to these, the town’s historic buildings are also worth exploring. You can take in the sights and sounds of the city on foot. You can also go for a leisurely stroll along the pedestrian street. You can also watch people from the balcony of a tuk hut or a beach chair.

Best Restaurants in Sanur

For a traditional Indonesian meal, head to Cafe Batu Jimbar. This cafe is on the main street of Jalan Danau Tamblingan and serves a diverse selection of international dishes. The menu also includes a healthy, high-vegetarian selection. In addition to offering delicious breakfast and lunch options, the cafe is a great spot to meet colleagues and host business meetings. However, if you’re visiting Sanur for the first time, you’ll want to try more than one restaurant.

Jalapeno is one of Sanur’s best Mexican and Tex-Mex restaurants. The menu includes a variety of meat and seafood dishes, and the daily-made salsa is legendary. Try the slow-braised brisket, Baja fish, and Jackfruit Carnitas. All of these dishes will make you crave for more! And don’t forget to order a dessert or two to satisfy your sweet tooth!

Located in the center of town, the Three Monkeys cafe serves a variety of Western and Asian cuisines. The cafe is usually busy, but the service here is above average. The restaurant is located on the beachfront, which makes it an excellent place for sunset viewing. Its ambiance is ideal for a romantic evening. The service here is excellent. The menu is updated regularly. During the week, you can even find Thai and Asian cuisines.

Ubud – This photo is used with Creative Commons Photography by Jacques Beaulieu

Gong restaurant is located at Kayumanis Sanur and offers an exquisite dining experience for guests with allergies. It offers gluten-free and vegetarian meals and is an excellent option for vegetarians and vegans who can’t eat traditional foods. It is also open for dinner from six pm to 10pm. Guests can enjoy traditional Indonesian fare, including beef rendang and spicy ribs. The friendly staff and delicious food will ensure that everyone is satisfied.

There are several other great restaurants in Sanur. The most popular is the Neyalan, which is located near the beach. It is the sister restaurant of the Three Monkeys Ubud and is owned by the same family. The restaurant is a family-run business with a chef who is an Italian. The menu has an extensive selection of pastas, soups, and salads. It is not just a great place to dine in Sanur; it also has a wonderful location near the beach.

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David Cronk is the editor of online travel magazine Travelodium Travel Magazine. David has travelled to over 30 countries of the world and his writing has been published by enRoute magazine - Air Canada's inflight magazine and by Hotel & Accommodation Management Magazine. David has worked as a Sales Executive for Sheraton and Hilton Hotels and for Hotelbookers in London. He has worked also as a Hotel Night Manager and in bars throughout Europe. David eventually settled into a position working as a croupier for several years before changing careers to become a Data, Sales and Statistical Analyst.

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