Food Stalls on the Beach in Sanur
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Food Stalls on the Beach in Sanur

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Food stalls line the beach in Sanur in south Bali. These small shops offer freshly prepared dishes by the order, which are absolutely delicious and a must-try! The shady beach promenade stretches for several miles.

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