Our products have an impact on the environment and the local people. Our fabrics are made of recycled & reprocessed cotton waste or recycled ocean & river plastic. Our fabric products are made by the women of the BaliLife Street Kids Centre & Woman Workshop and gives them and their kids an opportunity for a better living.

In this little Bali guide we also want to show you which sustainable activities & accommodations you must visit in Bali and which other brands share and inspire the similar Bahalo value ethos.



1. Kajeng Rice Field Walk 

What could be more beautiful than being able to take in the flora and fauna of this wonderfully tropical island in all its glory? The lush green of the rice fields has always fascinated visitors in Bali. Most people walk the famous Campuhan Ridge Walk in bali. But if you want to go a bit off the beaten track, you should take the Kajeng Rice Field Walk. Especially in the early morning, this walk is an absolute highlight. Past Ubud's walk of fame, you will find small stores and local businesses where you can support the local population.

Jl. Kajeng No.88, Ubud, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571



2. Nyang Nyang Beach

Of course there are many beautiful beaches in Bali. But if you want to find untouched nature with crystal clear water, you should take an afternoon trip to Nyang Nyang beach. A rather steep road down the cliffs leads directly to the beach. Alternatively, you can also walk down this road. once there, it is worth taking a long walk to the end. it is rare to meet people here who walk to the end. but since this beach does not stop at the plastic problem: take a bag with you every time you walk on the beach and collect the plastic lying around. the environment will thank you for it and you have done something good during your vacation! for you and for other beach visitors

 Jl. Raya Uluwatu Pecatu, Pecatu, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali



3. Scroll around local markets 

The best way to get to know the local cuisine and get closer to the local population is to stroll around the markets. In Bali, these always take place in the early morning hours. It is best to ask at your guest house/villa/hotel owner and let yourself be captivated by the scents & the hustle and bustle of the local markets. This not only creates closeness and shows interest, but is also the perfect start to the day. Tip: try out rambutan and mangosteen! 



4. Sunday Market at Samadi Bali 

Samadi is generally a place not to be missed in Canggu. From yoga classes and other holistic practices you will find here not only a great organic market but also an adjacent restaurant with all kinds of vegan stuff. The Sunday market is however the highlight of the week. Here you will find everything from jewelry, spices, oils or food that your heart desires and local artists and small entrepreneurs have to offer. 

Jl. Canggu Padang Linjong No.39, Canggu, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361




5. Batu Karu Coffee Estate 

If you want to experience Bali from another side, you should not miss the beautiful north. At batu karu coffee estate you will not only find an adjacent plantation but you can also process the harvest directly on site. The area itself is a dream and invites you to long walks. Everything you find here is as thoughtful and sustainable as possible. 

J4X9+6P9, Banjar Gunung Sari Desa, Jatiluwih, Kec. Penebel, Kabupaten Tabanan, Bali 82114



6. The Rice Joglo 

Nestled between rice fields close to the city but far enough away to avoid the hustle and bustle, this lovingly built oasis stretches out amidst homegrown fruit and vegetables, palm trees and jungle and endless green rice terraces. No wishes are left unfulfilled. A truly extraordinary place in which a lot of love has gone into reflecting the true Ubud. 

Jalan Sok Wayah, Ubud, Gianyar Regency, Bali 80571



7. Green Escape Bingin

This green oasis is not only perfectly situated from one of the most beautiful beaches in Bali - the Bingin beach - but also offers an intimate boho ambience with a pool and small wood bungalows. Just the perfect resting place after a long day at the beach or in the surrounding area. The eco boutique resort also has a delicious breakfast and restaurant you should not miss. 

Jl. Bangbang Metuug, Pecatu, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361



8. Bahalo

Of course we hope that you will visit us when you are in bali. Did you know that we deliver free of charge within bali? No stress for you, great impact for the environment and the local population. Each piece is uniquely created on this island! Made of recycled & reprocessed cotton waste or recycled ocean & river plastic. Treat these materials with love. Our aim is to create impact in all areas. Each piece is created with love by BaliLife Street Kids Centre & Woman Workshop. We want to bring the unforgettable & unique Bali vibe home to you with all our long-lasting products. 



9. Zealous Surfwear

Our founder Melanie is a newly passionate surfer and an even bigger fan of the Bali Zealous brand. Zealous is for women who live life to the fullest. Women who dare to be brave no matter what. It is for the female surfer, for the graceful yogi, for the adventurer, for women who want to and should feel comfortable in whatever she does. Don’t miss this out on this sustainable and well-designed brand. Stop by at the Uluwatu store and get inspired to become the bravest version of yourself!

Jl. Labuansait, Pecatu, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361  



10. Kali Dogwear 

For all dog lovers and those who want to become one. Annika the founder of Kalidogwear founded her own sustainable label out of the need for her rescued dog Kali. You will not only find leashes, scarves and collars but also sustainable dog beds that your pawed friends won't want to get up from. By the way, it is also the perfect gift for your little paw friends at home. So take a look at one of the many stores where you can find Kali. 

Jl. Bengkel, Kerobokan Kaja, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361 

Note: credits of all pictures belong to the individual IG accounts of the restaurants.


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