Indonesian Kitchen Ubud - Half Day
Awake early for an exciting and tasty Ubud food tour. Around 08:00 transfer to central Ubud to meet with a local chef. Enjoy a cup of tea or coffee while receiving a short briefing on the day’s program.
Then it’s time to tempt the taste buds. Head to the local food market to learn about the intricacies of Indonesian regional cuisines. Observe the daily market trade and the exotic fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices that grace Indonesian plates.
Take a short tour of the rice paddies on the way to a traditional Balinese kitchen. Under the guidance of the expert chef, prepare Balinese signature dishes, using time honoured techniques. Become familiar with the fresh herbs, spices, and other ingredients that make Balinese food delightfully delicious. In addition to cooking, learn about other cultural traditions such as how to make authentic coconut oil and creating temple offerings.
Of course, no culinary adventure would be complete without a chance to eat! When the dishes are ready, sit down and enjoy the home cooked lunch. Then say farewell to the chef and transfer to the hotel. (L)
- Pick up from Ubud area, other area is not recommended
- Our rates are nett and quoted in American dollars (USD), however some services (like transportation, guide fees, entrance fees, some activities, meals, air tickets and train tickets and sometimes accommodations) are based on local prices in Indonesian Rupiah in (IDR). In the case of a major change in the exchange rate (5% or more) between the Indonesian Rupiah and the American dollar (USD), we reserve the right to correct our quotes to align our rates and revise the value of the American dollar (USD).
- All rates are based on the current gasoline price. Should the gasoline price increase by more than 10% we would readjust
transfer rates with a 30 days prior notice
- Children aged between 2 and 12 years at the time of travel will receive a 20% discount off the Adult Price.
- All language guides other than English subject to availability during high season July untilSeptember.
- During Nyepi Day, an important religious day in Bali, which falls on 17 Mar 18 and 07 Mar 19, visitors are not allowed to leave the premises of hotels from 06:00 until 06:00 on the following day (24 hour). The airport will not operate any flights and all public activities will cease but hotels will remain operate with limited staff
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