Canggu is a picturesque resort town on Bali’s southwestern coast in Indonesia. Affectionately known as ‘The GU’, this sleepy seaside cluster of villages boasts a tropical vibe and pastoral scenery. Comprised of three main neighborhoods – Batu Bolong, Berawa, and Lingjong – the town offers terraced paddies, volcanic black sand shores, and dramatic rocky outcrops. Enjoy the laidback flavor of Canggu, from locals playing domino at street corners while youngsters whizz past on longboards. Trendy hipster cafes, custom bike shops and intimate yoga studios line these streets. Thanks to the lively surfing culture and a fantastic food scene, expect to meet a bevy of people soaking it up at Instagram-ready venues, apart from an assortment of sumptuous villas hidden within plantations and gardens, attracting a stylish expatriate crowd.