Hannah Wong (Design) & Natalia Krslovic (Photos) / BuzzFeed 1. Nasi Campur Natalia Krslovic / BuzzFeed Literally translating to "mixed rice", this dish is basically a massive tasting plate of whatever's good that day. Mine came with fried coconut beans, sambal, little chicken dumplings and some chicken sate sticks. And it was AMAZING. 2. Mangosteen Natalia Krslovic / BuzzFeed This is hands-down my favourite fruit of all time. Crack open the passionfruit-like shell to find little white nuggets of goodness inside. But be careful when you do, because its red juice will definitely stain your clothes. 3. Martabak Natalia Krslovic / BuzzFeed This is one of Indonesia's favourite snacks and it's easy to understand why. With layers of oily pastry stuffed with delicious, savoury fillings, you've definitely got to put martabak on your to-eat list. This one was stuffed with chicken mince and eggs and was super tasty. 4. Luwak Coffee Natalia Krslovic / BuzzFeed So this coffee is made from beans that have been eaten, digested and pooped out by a luwak, the furry guy sitting on the barista's shoulder. And it's actually the most expensive coffee in the world. Go figure.While the flavour was nice and novelty of it was pretty fun, I couldn't really tell much difference between luwak coffee and other barista-made varieties. Still worth a try, though! 5. Serabi solo Natalia Krslovic / BuzzFeed These little coconut crepes are my new kryptonite. I could have easily eaten ten of them in one go. 6. Nagasari Natalia Krslovic / BuzzFeed This cute little dessert is made using sago flour and bananas, and is steamed in a banana leaf. Yum! 7. Rambutan Natalia Krslovic / BuzzFeed This fruit looks crazier than it tastes. These furry, lychee-like fruits are super sweet and tbh, I could eat them all day long. 8. Pisang bakar Natalia Krslovic / BuzzFeed Cooked bananas feature prominently in lots of Balinese desserts, and man they are GOOD. You can't go past the OG version, though – especially when they're grilled and covered in palm sugar syrup. 9. Sticky rice cakes Natalia Krslovic / BuzzFeed I am a massive fan of sticky rice cakes because they're sweet without being too sweet. There are so many different varieties to try in Bali, so get eating! My favourite was the purple one, which I'm pretty sure was taro-flavoured. 10. Kolak pisang Natalia Krslovic / BuzzFeed It might not be much to look at, but this was one of the best dishes I ate in Bali. This soup-like dessert is made using coconut milk, palm sugar and pandan leaves, with chunks of stewed banana floating around inside. 10/10 would recommend. 11. Jamu Natalia Krslovic / BuzzFeed This traditional Balinese tonic is another must for anyone who's into wellness. Made using turmeric, ginger, lime juice and honey, this made me feel super ~healthy~ after a greasy lunch. I feel like it'd also be a great pick-me-up after a big night. 12. Salak, or snake fruit Natalia Krslovic / BuzzFeed Another weird tropical fruit you HAVE to try is snake fruit. It's got a similar texture and taste to a really good apple, and its spiky skin peels off like a lychee. 13. Tempeh sate Natalia Krslovic / BuzzFeed Okay, this was seriously amazing! Tempeh is fermented soybean product, which is less processed (and much healthier) than tofu. It's nutty in flavour and kind of crunchy in texture, so when it's covered in the peanut sate sauce, it is to die for. 14. Durian Natalia Krslovic / BuzzFeed Durian has a reputation in the west for being, well...pretty gross. So naturally, I had to try it! Apparently lots of people find the stench awful, but it didn't really smell like anything to me. The texture is soft and creamy – kind of like custard – and while the first taste was a bit meaty, it became really sweet after a while. 15. Pepes ayam Natalia Krslovic / BuzzFeed These little steamed chicken parcels are super popular throughout Bali. Honestly, the texture is a little weird, but the taste was nutty and pleasant.