I was very lucky to experience the cuisine of the CasCades Restaurant for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. One of my favorite meals was the rice congee for breakfast and for dinner the seared duck was absolutely to die for.
I fell in love with Bali so much more thanks to my experience at The Viceroy Bali. From the privacy of a large villa, to the beauty of the public property – this is the place to be for the utmost relaxation. Even if it’s just for one night, The Viceroy Bali should be an absolute must on your list of places to visit / stay at in Bali.
Overall, my trip was phenomenal. In just four days, my entire perspective on life has changed. A relatively poor island, Bali is actually home to some of the happiest people I have ever met in my entire life. Everything is quite simple, but the happiness of the people is quite intricate and abstruse – a mixture of religion, lifestyle, and the environment itself. One of the most important lessons I took with me is to put less value on materialist things and to really dedicate my life to experiencing more cultures, cuisines, religions, and places. Thank You to everyone at The Viceroy, and more importantly Thank You to everyone in Bali. Namaste.