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What to Eat in Nusa Dua – Enjoy the Culinary Delights of Bali

Glorious white sand beaches and loads of sunshine are yours to enjoy in the luxurious tourist resort of Nusa Dua Bali, while browsing the many authentic eateries around the area is a sure treat to look forward to after a day of sun, sand and surf. Travellers looking for a luxury resort, Bali will find Nusa Dua is home to quality lodging and for a touch of luxury and comfort you could choose the Laguna Resort & Spa Bali.

This gorgeous resort will soon have you relaxed and enjoying the holiday vibes. Designed for maximum comfort and space the sunny hotel is located right on the pristine white sand beaches of Nusa Dua. Overlooking the Indian Ocean the hotel is surrounded by 5000sqm of lagoon for bathing in. The stylish villas are a touch of class and together with the well-appointed rooms offer beautiful garden or lagoon views. Encompassing the holistic nature of Bali the villas and rooms are designed for rejuvenating mind body and soul.

Nusa Dua is a mix of high-end dining and traditional cafes. Nusa Dua shopping mall is a good place for browsing varied restaurants in a small space while breezy beachfront restaurants are a great option for enjoying the scenery and good food. Savour delicious grilled fish, satay and juicy spicy chicken flavoured to perfection at the inexpensive street cafes while the pricy up-market restaurants are worth a shot for excellent quality dishes prepared by qualified chefs.

Indonesian and Pan-Asian dishes are found at the breezy open air cafes also offering fresh sandwiches and creamy soups. Remember its best to decide on your dining options before setting off for a meal in Nusa Dua, in order to enjoy the variety and flavour there.

Thanuja Silva is a travel writer who writes under the pen name Auburn Silver. She has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world.


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