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Fall in love with the flavourful Balinese cuisine on this delicious food tour in Bali! . From yummy must-tries like the classic Babi Guling to unique dishes like spiced eggs; you’re in for a treat, so bring your appetite.
During this culinary tour in Bali, you will enjoy authentic local bites ranging from savory to sweet while also discovering the city. Wander around the vibrant Pasar Badung, the main food market in Bali.
Want to know what food to eat in Bali? Try exotic fruits straight from the market and the beloved Tahu Tek, a tofu salad covered in peanut sauce. Munch into Batagor, fried fish dumplings, Babi Guling, a Balinese specialty, and two tastings in one. An authentic Balinese dessert, a refreshing treat for a hot day, try out the heavenly Pisang goreng, a deep fried banana, and a must-have in Bali, spiced eggs!
Find out for yourself and join this food tour that will show you the real taste of Bali.
Learn the complexities of Balinese cuisine in a cooking class taught by an expert chef. You’ll prepare a 3-course meal using a variety of spices blended with the freshest vegetables, meat and fish. Select from three menus (including vegetarian) and upgrade for an optional morning visit to the Jimbaran fish market, accompanied by the chef. Afterward, enjoy your creations for lunch or dinner. Bonus: you can keep your class apron as a souvenir!
With the help of your native host, you'll discover the unique flavors of local cooking while learning about traditional ways of life. As part of this class you'll learn to cook 3 authentic Indonesian dishes.
If you have a keen interest in Balinese cuisine, then this cooking class in Ubud is for you! Learn to prepare authentic dishes from a certified cook in a traditional open kitchen. You’ll get hands-on practice in a 6-hour session, starting in the morning (with a market tour) or afternoon. Numbers are limited to a maximum of 12 for a small-group learning experience with personalized attention. Includes round-trip transport from Ubud hotels.
There are few better ways to experience local culture than a cooking class. In this small-group class, join your Balinese host on a visit to a typical market, then enjoy coffee and cake as you learn about herbs and spices in the organic garden. Next, master Balinese cooking techniques—including the use of a stone mortar—as you prepare and eat a delicious 5-course lunch in a traditional open kitchen.
Get to know Bali’s culture through an immersive cooking experience with the locally famous Chef Bagus. Start your day with a hassle-free pick up from your hotel and then enjoy welcome drinks and snacks as you get to know you instructor. Next take a tour of a local market to learn about local produce and find the fresh ingredients for your meal. Learn to cook a variety of traditional Balinese dishes like roasted chicken in banana leaf, braised pork, peanut sauce, and green papaya salad, and then sit down to enjoy your meal together before returning to your hotel.
Live like a local among the locals with this private hands-on cooking lesson. Join your host, Putu, her grandparents, her husband, and their children for lunch or dinner in their traditional compound home. Learn about the spices Putu uses, the traditional Balinese medicines she makes, and the rice, fruit, and animals her grandparents tend on their farm as you prepare and eat a Balinese feast, washed down with local alcohol.
If you’ve tried Bali’s unique cuisine while traveling to the island and want to be able to recreate it back home, this Balinese cooking class is an ideal activity for you. Visit a local market to shop for fresh ingredients. Learn about the elements and techniques of Balinese food from a professional Balinese cook, then enjoy eating the fruits (and vegetables) of your labor at the end of the class.
One of the best ways to experience a place is through its cuisine. You’ll get the chance to learn about Balinese culture and tradition during this fun cooking class in a Balinese home. Balinese food is unique, and very different from other Indonesian and Asian cuisines. Learn why, and get the chance to practice the techniques you’ll need to recreate Balinese dishes at home. You’ll also visit a local market and rice fields for a whole sightseeing experience.
Experience Balinese culture and cuisine free from a large tour group on a private full-day adventure in Ubud. Air-conditioned transportation takes you to the bustling local market to collect ingredients for your cooking class. Then roll up your sleeves and learn how to prepare top quality Balinese dishes (vegetarian option offered). After your freshly prepared feast, visit the Tegalalang Rice Terrace and Monkey Forest before returning to your lodgings.
Learn about the cuisine and food culture of Bali during a hands-on cooking class in Ubud. Start with a visit to the morning market (Tuesdays and Thursdays only), then help to prepare a variety of dishes under the tutelage of an experienced chef. Using recipes handed down through the generations, you'll learn about authentic Balinese culture, try traditional preparation techniques, sample essential spices and feast on your creations. This small-group tour has a maximum of 18 participants, which allows for a customized experience with fellow food lovers.
No traveler interested in Balinese culture should miss the cuisine, but for foodies that want to dig a little deeper, few experiences compare to a private cooking class. With this personal culinary excursion, learn about the food in Bali, prepare a traditional lunch, and feast on the fruits of your labor. Along the way, discover more about Balinese culture. Highlights include visiting an herbal garden, and learning to write your name with Balinese characters.
Visit Monkey Forest, Tegalalang Rice Terrance, and more on a full-day private sightseeing tour of Bali. With space for up to five passengers in a private vehicle, the intimate day-trip is ideal for families, solo travelers, and couples alike. Included admission to each location spares you the headache of dealing with foreign currency. Conclude your adventure with a cultural stop at a local coffee plantation, which includes a tasting.
Pamper your day with Bali's most important landmarks like an insider on this 9-hour private tour designed just for you and your companion(s) up to 5 travelers. Travel to Ubud to visit: Batuan Temple, Tegenungan Waterfall, Monkey Forest and Tegalalang Rice Terrace. Proceed to Kintamani to visit: Coffee Plantation with Tasting and Majestic Batur Volcano.
Tour Includes: Hotel pick-up & drop-off, private air-conditioned car, driver-guide, entrance fees and mineral water.
Get an early-morning start for this pre-dawn trek up Mt Batur and view an unforgettable sunrise from atop the active Kintamani volcano. For physically fit hikers, the ascent takes approx. 2 hours. You’re rewarded with views of spectacular scenery and served a tasty egg breakfast cooked by the steam of the volcano. Learn from your experienced local guide about one of Bali’s most sacred mountains and hike around the entire crater before making your way down. Finish with a visit to Balinese coffee plantation.
Experience Bali’s history, beauty, and culture on an all-inclusive small-group tour including a trek up Mt. Batur with a stop for breakfast, and a visit to Kintamani Coffee Plantation with coffee tastings. Then visit the sacred 11th century Tirta Empul Temple. With your local guide to help you visit the temple respectfully, see the Hindu-Balinese temple’s bathing area with holy spring water used for spiritual purification.
Visit Bali’s ancient temples, farms, and terraced rice fields on a full-day private tour through the island’s most remarkable places. See the 11th-century shines at Gunung Kawi, and experience a holy blessing in Tirta Empul’s temple spring. Enjoy lunch at a jungle restaurant before trekking into the heart of a lush rice paddy for views of the jade-green landscape. Taste Bali’s renowned Luwak coffee at a local plantation, then spot the long-tailed macaques in a monkey forest before returning to your hotel.
Discover the significant spiritual and historical sites in Bali on this all-day private guided tour. First, stop at Tanah Lot, the famous Hindu temple that stands on solid sea rock. Plus, head to Jatiluwih Green Land, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where you can wander through the thick tropical forest. The tour ends with the Ulun Danu Beratan Temple, a well-known Balinese Hindu temple and the most photographed tourist attraction in Bali.
Some travelers love Bali for its rice fields, others for its beaches. See both sides on this guided 2-day private sightseeing tour. On day 1, explore inland, visiting Hindu temples, craft villages, a waterfall, a volcano lake, a coffee plantation, and a giant swing. On day 2, discover south Bali’s cliffs and beaches, with stops at sea temples and surf-washed sands, plus a banana boat ride and optional seafood dinner.
Our Bali Secret Waterfall Tour is sure to leave you speechless. This privately guided, full-day tour, will take you to the most beautiful waterfalls in Bali. Be sure to bring your bathing suit as you will have multiple opportunities to take a dip under the waterfalls (if you want). From beginning to the end you will be able to have a fun, stress-free day as this tour is all-inclusive and guarantees you to have an unforgettable experience.
Full Tour Schedule
8:00 AM – Pick up at your the hotel (exact time may vary depending on your location)
10:00 AM – Arrive at Munduk Waterfall
11:00 AM – Arrive at Banyumala Waterfall
12:00 PM – Lunch Time!
2:00 PM – Visit Leke Leke Waterfall
3:00 PM – Visit Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfall
4:00 PM – Return back to your hotel
6:00 PM – Arrive back at your hotel (exact time may vary depending on your location)
Experience the lively markets, majestic temples and natural wonders of Ubud on this private full-day tour, including hotel pick-up. Ideal for first-time visitors or families, you’ll enjoy the undivided attention of a private guide and have chance to customize your itinerary to suit your interests. Visit the Tegenungan waterfall, Elephant Cave and the Monkey Forest, then enjoy lunch (at own expense) overlooking the terraced rice fields. That’s not all: browse the Ubud Traditional Market and tour a coffee plantation.
Spend the day traveling around some of Bali’s isolated highlights without worrying about how to get around. Drive around the island in an air-conditioned vehicle, your private driver behind the wheel, and stop at a range of tranquil and spellbinding destinations. See Tanah Lot Temple sitting steadfast in the ocean; walk around the rolling green paddy fields of Jatiluwih; take grand photos at the Balinese Handara Gate; and swing over the jungle, enjoying the grand views of the Twin Lakes, at Wanagiri Hills.
Satisfy all five of your senses during a full-day culinary and sightseeing excursion in Ubud. Observe local culture and customs at the local market and rice terraces. Then enjoy a hands-on cooking class at a local home. Once you’ve eaten your fill, continue the adventure with a tour of the city’s main attractions. Have your camera ready for visits to Monkey Forest, plus a noteworthy temple and waterfall.
Take a day tour around the Ubud area to check out some of Bali's most popular attractions. Stop at Tegalalang Rice Terrace, Tegenungan Waterfall, Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, an art market where you can shop for souvenirs, Puri Saren Palace (Ubud Palace), and Tirta Empul Temple, known for its natural springs.