The Ultimate Travel Guide to Canggu, Bali.
Welcome to Canggu, located on the west coast of Bali, just north of Seminyak. Canggu is known for it's laid back atmosphere, bohemian vibes, and abundance
10 things you have to do in Canggu Bali & my guide to visiting | Escapes Etc |
Visiting Bali and want to check out Canggu? Check out my top things to do in Canggu here and my guide to visiting this chilled out town.
27 Unique Things To Do in Canggu - Bali's Foodie Paradise
A quirky, hipster and laid back foodie beach town in Bali, where digital nomads, travelers and surfers unite - here are some unique things to do in Canggu!
The First-Timer's Guide to Canggu, Bali - Bon Traveler
Even though it was my second time to Bali, it was my first time visiting the hip, Canggu area. The time before, we stayed in Seminyak and explored a bit from there. This time, I wanted to put together a first-timer's guide to Canggu where you can get a real taste for the difference between the two.
18 Amazing Things to do in Canggu, Bali in 2020 - Travel Guide
Awesome surfing, the coolest street art, yoga studios, hipster cafes and beach bars - it's time to find out the best things to do in Canggu, Bali in 2020.
Bali’s new bar and skatepark: get some ink where you drink
Pretty Poison is so much more than the hottest underground bar on the island – it’s the place for live music, to get a tattoo and to go skateboarding, too
20 Best Things to Do in Canggu - What is Canggu Most Famous For?
This guide to the best things to do in Canggu includes some of Bali’s most iconic landmarks that are found along the southwestern coast. The main hub of Canggu is Echo Beach, where you can enjoy great surfing, a wonderful sunset dining scene, and plenty of family-friendly activities. Enjoy horse riding along Canggu’s exotic black-sand coasts,
The Temple Of Enthusiasm | Deus Ex Machina
Deus ex Machina (god from the machine) roared into Australia’s cultural consciousness in 2006, with some neatly customised motorcycles and a quaint notion that doing something is more fun than just owning something. The Deus philosophy recalls an era before the various pursuits of fun – motorcycling, surfing, skateboarding, whatever – were divided into fundamentalist factions.