I have devoted a separate post to coffee, not only because I’m a coffee lover myself, but also because coffee is a huge part of Indonesian culture. The most expensive coffee in the world – Kopi Luwak – is produced in Indonesia.  Kopi Luwak coffee is made from the coffee berries eaten and then excreted by a civet. This process ensures the coffee is less bitter. After that, the beans are washed, dried and roasted and used for making excellent coffee. I visited Bali Pulina Coffee Plantation, which is only around 12km from Ubud. Upon entering the plantation, it was possible to see and understand the whole process of coffee-making. The plantation itself is very clean, well-maintained and offers splendid views of the surrounding rice terraces. To my delight, I was also offered multiple complimentary samples of different kinds of coffee and tea to try. There is also a gift shop where you can purchase coffee after you visit the plantation.