It seems that Bali really deserves the “health destination” label for some reasons. First, Bali is a great place for you to detox your mind from the hustle and bustle of the city. Here you can get health retreats like yoga and meditation to find serenity. Second, you can get endless spa treatments that will relax your body and mind. Lastly, Bali is also home for many healthy eateries where everything is organic, vegan, vegetarian, or gluten free.

Because your body and health deserves a holiday to, let’s treat them at these healthy cafes and restaurants in Bali:



One of the pioneers in the healthy café culture in Bali, Watercress is known for its international showcase menu where various dishes occupy the personalized plates of guests. The dishes here are as simple as Watercress’s sprout sandwich filled with the café’s homegrown sprouts and local tomatoes and avocados. In addition to its delicious and fresh menus, Watercress is also known for its simple, rustic and cozy interior design supported with communal seating.

Address: Jalan Batu Belig No 21 A, Kerobokan Kelod, Kuta, Bali
Phone 0851-0280-8030

Fivelements Sakti Dining Room

Sakti Dining Room

Sakti Dining Room features an epicurean plant-based, raw vegan living food cuisine. So don’t be surprised if you find raw pizza, raw lasagna, and raw pasta here. The menus at Sakti Dining Room are designed to give optimal plant-based nutrition and high energy whilst inspiring a gastronomical journey. Its eco-luxurious setting will also make your body, mind, and soul happy.

Address: Fivelements, Puri Ahimsa Banjar Baturning, Mambal, Bali
Phone 0361-469260 / 469206 / 082146587975

Earth Café

Earth Cafe

Earth Café is a vegetarian organic restaurant, with wheat free, gluten free and raw options. It operates according to strict Western standards of food preparation, handling, and preservation. All of the nutritious foods and drinks at Earth Café are free of bleached salts and sugars, hydrogenated oils, and chemical additives or preservatives.


  • Jalan Lesmana/Oberoi No 99, Seminyak, Bali
    Phone 0851-0304-4645
  • Jalan Goutama Selatan, Ubud, Bali
    Phone 0361-976546

Nalu Bowls

Nalu Bowls

This Hawaiian-inspired smoothie bowl shack is a staple in Bali. Think fresh coconut, mango, banana, papaya and spinach topped with homemade granola—you can get all of them here. Try the best-selling Uluwatu Bowl that includes dragon fruit, raspberries, and banana followed by a hint of apple juice. Prove it by yourself that the Nalu Bowls is a little taste of paradise.


  • Jalan Drupadi 1 No 2A, Seminyak, Bali
  • Single Fin Restaurant & Bar, Jalan Mamo, Labuan Sait, Uluwatu, Bali
  • Jalan Batu Mejan No 88 (before Echo Beach on the right), Canggu, Bali
  • Jalan Raya Ubud Gang Soka 1, Ubud, Gianyar, Bali



Alchemy is the island’s first 100% raw vegan café and juice bar, organic health food store, and holistic clinic. For the food, Alchemy only serves organic and local raw vegan foods. Everything is prepared fresh in their kitchen and is free from refined sugar, flour, dairy, wheat and chemical additives.

Address: Jalan Penestanan Klod, Ubud, Bali
Phone 0361-971981

Café Organic

Cafe Organic

You could come here for the amazing smoothie bowls alone, or enjoy one of the delicious savory dishes on the menu and then have a smoothie bowl for dessert. All the menus are 100% vegetarian, with some vegan, gluten free and raw options. Café Organic is one of the most favorite breakfast joint in Bali for health-conscious foodies.

Address: Jalan Petitenget No 99X Seminyak, Bali
Phone 0821-46489669

Clear Café

Clear Cafe

The menu at Clear Café is one of the most extensive in Ubud. A range of smoothies, juices, and a variety of raw options for all three meals of day plus dessert make this a raw foodie’s paradise (and there are plenty of great cooked options as well). This place is also quite known for its music, so you can sit, hang out as long as you like, and enjoy the music (and the food of course) as long as you like.

Address: Jalan Hanoman No 8 Ubud, Bali
Phone 0878-6219-7585


If you have been to any of these places, do share your experience with us…


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