Bali Cooking Class Experience

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Duration πŸ“…

7 Hours

Flights ✈️

International flights are NOT included

Airport Transfer 🧳

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Accommodation πŸ›οΈ

NOT included

Tour Size πŸ§‘πŸ»β€πŸ€β€πŸ§‘πŸ»

Small Group

Language 🌐

English

Transport 🚍

Airconditioned Vehicle

Visa πŸ›‚

NOT Included

Difficulty πŸš₯

Easy

Inclusions

English speaking driver for the day
Welcome drink
Parking fees
if you choose a cooking class with the tour, admissions are included
Local taxes
1xLunch

From: $62.00

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Learn the Balinese culture through their cuisine by taking a cooking class at the beautiful Balinese compound. Morning and afternoon sessions available throughout the day and the package including a private round trip hotel transfer to save you a lot of hassle. Your Cooking class will conduct at the beautiful Balinese compound with a small group to ensure you have undivided attention. Before the cooking class, you will have some explanation about Balinese culture in general and also a brief introduction about the additional use of spices as herbal medicine.

🏁 Tour Itinerary: Bali Cooking Class Experience

Day 1: Bali Cooking Class

Feast your senses on the flavors and fragrances of Balinese cuisine during the session of 2 hours Bali cooking class. Your Cooking class will conduct at the beautiful Balinese compound with a small group to ensure you have undivided attention. Before the cooking class, you will have some explanation about Balinese culture in general and also a brief introduction about the additional use of spices as herbal medicine.
Bellow is the sample menu of the cooking classΒ 
1. Clear mushroom soup with young coconut, Hot soup made from mixed vegetables, shredded mushroom, spices, and chicken stock. Served with sliced young coconut meat.
2. Pepes Tuna ( Steam tuna wrapped in coconut leaves), An authentic Balinese dish made from fresh tuna, bay leaf, Balinese spices wrapped on Banana leaves and grilled over hot wood charcoal
3. Chicken Satay, Minced chicken meat mixed with spices, lime leaf, and brown sugar. Using a stick of lemongrass the mixture then grilled into golden brown color
4. Stir fry tempeh and tofu, Easy prepared main dishes in Bali normally cooked for daily meal. made from tofu, Tempe, sliced garlic, shallot, brown sugar, and soybean sauce.
5. Gado Gado ( Indonesian salad with peanut sauce ), Classic Indonesian salad made from blanch of vegetables served with a delicious peanut sauce
6. Black sticky rice pudding, Savory dessert made from black rice and palm sugar, served with coconut milk
7. Base Genep (Basic yellow Sauce ), Basic sauce which is the most important basic sauce used mostly at Balinese cookingΒ Β 
After your teamwork did, you will have lunch with the menu you just cooked.

You will get picked up from you hotel, Please wait in the lobby to be picked up. Complimentary hotel pick up and drop off available for bellow area:

1. Kuta , Badung regency. Bali

2. Seminyak, badung Regency. Bali

3. Canggu/Berawa, North Kuta, badung Regency.Bali

4. Legian, Badung Regency . Bali

5. Nusa Dua , South Kuta. Bali

6. Jimbaran, South Kuta. Bali

7. Sanur . Bali

8. Port of Benoa . Denpasar

9. Ubud , Gianyar Regency. Bali

10. Pererenan, Badung regency.Bali

11. Umalas, Kerobokan Kelod. Bali

12. Bumbak, Kerobokan Kaja. Bali

13. mengwi, Badung regency. Bali

14. Denpasar City, Bali

15. Gianyar center of city . Bali

16. Pejeng, Tampaksiring. Bali

17. Tegalalang, Gianyar regency. Bali

18. Tanjung Benoa, South Kuta. Bali

19. Beraban village, Tanah Lot. Bali

Kemenuh village

2 hours cooking class including the introduction of Balinese culture.
You will have 2 hours cooking class session. The cooking class will conduct at the beautiful Balinese compound with a small group to ensure you have undivided attention. Before the cooking class, you will have some explanation about Balinese culture in general and also a brief introduction about the additional use of spices a herbal medicine.

 

Optional Tour 1:

  • Beautiful Water Temple of Bali eastern highlands
    Tirta Empul meaning “Holy Spring Water” is actually the name of a water source located in the middle of the temple complex which used by the local people to have purification rituals on certain days. The spring has sufficient debit of water that feed various purification pools, and fish pond within the temples. Besides sightseeing, Tirta Empul welcomes you to have a ritual bath over the holy fountains to cleanse your body and soul.
  • The cultural landscape of Bali province
    Tegalalang rice terrace is a series of rice paddies in the center of Bali which famous for its terrace layout together with its traditional irrigation system called Subak. The rice terrace lays beautifully on the low hill with coconut trees as ornaments. Tegalalang rice terrace offers an opportunity to take stunning photos and short trekking through the rice fields

Optional 2:

  • Well known as Elephant Cave Temple
    Goa Gajah Temple or well known as Elephant cave is an archaeological site that dates a far back as the 11th century. The main attraction of the temple is the mysterious T letter shape cave with a menacing face that is carved at the main entrance. According to the old manuscript, the cave was used by the member of the Balinese royal family as the venue of any spiritual activities such as meditation.
  • Waterfall in the center of Bali
    15 meters of the natural waterfall with green view surrounding perfect for swimming and takes some beautiful photos.

You will drop back to your original pick up point

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  1. AmyNmats

    I attended the afternoon class with my 11 yearly son and we had a blast. Made was very welcoming with a great sense of humor. I really appreciated her sharing her culture and teaching us Balinese cooking and tradition. The extra staff was also very helpful and the food that we made was delicious! Although we did not have food restrictions, there were people in the group who had food restrictions -which she accommodated to.
    For her to share her home to all of us was amazing .
    My sister and her husband attended the morning class and they got to see the morning market- they really enjoyed the the class as well. Made and her family is awesome.

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