22 Jalan Kayu Aya
Seminyak, Bali.

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sea circus joins the expat crew

Category - Food & Drinks

Being a café owner means we pretty much live off coffee and so you could say we know a good brew when we taste one. In the last few months we’ve been taking note of the new kids on the block from Expat and have been blown away by the superior coffee that they are producing here on the island.

After sampling a little too much of their coffee {insert trembling hands here} we have decided to combine forces with Expat to work together to serve you the best possible coffee on the island. Expat pride themselves on producing exceptional, unpretentious brew from the ground up. What we particularly love about their product is that they work closely and respectfully with local Balinese farmers and producers to source the best beans on the island that complement their nomadic collection from abroad.

Let us know what you think of our new brew, our machine is hot from 7am to 10pm every day of the week.

The best way to get around is with your own transport, whether you drive, hire a driver or cycle. This gives you the flexibility to explore places that are otherwise inaccessible.

Car Rent a small 4WD for under US$30 a day or get a car and driver for US$60 a day, contact https://towingless.com/ for road assistance.

Motorbike Rent one for as little as US$5 a day.

Public transport Bemos (small vans) provide very cheap transport on fixed routes but are very infrequent and hard to find – most locals have switched to motorbikes.

Tourist shuttle bus Combine economy with convenience.

Taxi Fairly cheap, but only use Bluebird Taxis to avoid scams.

Category - Food & Drinks