Vegan travelling to Indonesia

Hey veggies, I’m in Indonesia now since the beginning of June. I arrived in Bali where I stayed the first 2 weeks in Canggu and Ubud.  I was looking forward to the good vegan food in Indonesia after a month in Sri Lanka. There are so many cheap but good places to eat and you can always find vegan dishes easily. My favorite one so far is gado gado. It’s a plate with mixed vegetables which always change, either you get springroles and fried things or just steamed veggies but it’s delicious anyways.image image There are lots of cafes offering soymilk or even other plat milks, vegan cakes and desserts so the you got a really good option when it comes to delicious food. Of course the vegan food is more popular in ubud, where they once filmed the popular movie „eat, pray, love“ with Julia Roberts. But you can find many juice shops with awesome homemade, fresh juices and fruit plates as well. I felt completely in love with avocado juices. There are just gorgeous… image Even as I arrived on this tiny little cute island called Nusa Lembongan in between Bali and Lombok I found cafes which offered soymilk, like „two towers lembongan“. It’s a nice and peaceful cafe up on the hill on the way to the south of the island just a few meters ahead from the view point on the right hand side. They play relaxing music and you sit in the middle of the green. For breakfast you can always ask for toast and jam or a fruit plate, vegan breakkie no problem! In the western supermarkets you can find plant milk or other special vegan groceries. Most of the people here working in warungs (restaurants) speak basic ennglish, if you tell them to change the dish they know how to do it and are perpared for special food quieries. Eating vegan is pretty easy here so far. imageI send you lots of love and positive hippieenergie from this dreamisland called nusa lembongan, Alex