It’s hard to imagine a more idyllic place than Bali. With ornate Hindu temples, verdant green rice fields and white sand beaches, this beautiful Indonesian island encapsulates the idea of paradise. As one of the world’s top destinations for holistic retreats and a mecca for yoga enthusiasts, the concept of health and wellness permeates many aspects of tourism here. As a result, it’s also a dream for vegetarians and vegans — more so than any other country I’ve visited so far on this year-long trip.
Thanks to an abundance of soy-based proteins like tofu and tempeh, Indonesia as a whole is vegetarian-friendly. It’s in Bali where the plant-based food scene flourishes most; never in my life have I come across such variety of plant-based food. Here’s where to find the best of it.
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