Bali’s beach hut is a paradise for locals, with its quaint wooden structures and lush green space that can make for a tranquil retreat.
But if you’re craving a quick bite to eat, you might have to make a few stops to grab some fresh ingredients.
In the past, diners have used the hut to stock up on food and drink, but that’s not the case anymore.
That’s because the beach is now a popular destination for backpackers who want to grab a bite to enjoy the sun and fresh air.
The beach hut was built in 1952, and it was once known as the “biggest beach hut” in Bali.
Its location in a popular tourist destination was a major selling point.
“It’s a very special place,” said Rizwan, who has been living in Banger in Bintan district for 10 years.
“The place is famous for the people and the place has a lot of history.
It’s not a place for everyone.”
It’s also not a popular place for backpacker’s to find food.
“For many people, this place is a big problem, as the locals eat at their houses,” he said.
“Some of them are very strict with the food.
If you are not careful, you could become a victim.”
A popular beach hut in Bambang district, where the island is known for its beaches.
A popular spot for backpack-hunting, backpackers have a lot to eat at the beach.
But it’s not safe for backpack guests The beach’s main attraction is the sea, and that’s where the food gets good.
Rizvan said that a lot people who visit the island go there for the food, but if they’re not careful they could end up eating a lot.
“There are many people who don’t have a good sense of hygiene, and they eat things like chips and bread and stuff,” he explained.
“I’ve seen people eating bananas and potatoes, and stuff like that.
It just goes to show that if you are in Bangeko Sentral, it is very important to get good hygiene.”
In the same way, if you don’t get proper hygiene, you’re likely to get sick, Rizavan said.
But the beach’s beach food is also good, because of the many fish and other seafoods in the area.
Rokana is a backpacker who uses the beach to stock her fridge.
“My fridge is full of fish,” she said.
She likes to make snacks with some of her fish.
“If I go to the local grocery store, I see that the food is cheap,” she added.
The backpacker is a tourist in Bangingia district, so she often goes to the island to get her groceries, but she does her best to make sure her meals are fresh and delicious.
“In my home country, we have a tradition of buying fish and seafood in our homes,” Rokan said.
The local market has a special place for the seafood.
“This is the only place in Bangkoror where you can buy seafood and you can enjoy it with your family and friends,” Rizan said, adding that the locals are very careful with their food.
Riza, who works as a translator in the tourist industry, is also a regular at the tourist market.
She said she eats at the market a lot, because she is a regular customer.
“We are also happy to meet the tourists.
They always come to our markets, even if they are from far away,” she explained.
Risa and her boyfriend, who also works in the tourism industry, go to Bangingias market regularly.
“They are very nice people.
We like to have lunch together,” she joked.
But she also added that she will have to be careful with the seafood that she buys.
“You need to be really careful.
You don’t want to eat a lot,” she warned.
In her home village of Bangka, where there are many backpackers, there are some people who have become very strict about eating at the beaches.
“Most of the people who go to this place, they eat there,” Riza said.
When Riza is not at the resort, she often stops by her hometown, where she works as an interpreter.
She’s used to dealing with the tourists who come to Banger for their holiday, but there are still some who are strict about the food they eat.
“A lot of people come here for the beach and get very frustrated with the quality of the food,” she told CBC News.
“People are very worried about what they eat.”
And that’s a problem for Riza and her friends.
“What’s really scary is that they don’t eat the food because they are very lazy,” she recalled.
“And that’s very sad because we want to enjoy ourselves.”
And the beach has always been the place for some of those backpackers.