Cooking In The Villages Of Bali


If you're looking for a bang-for-your-buck on vacation tours, then this tour is the deal you're looking for. That's because, even though the main objective of this offer is learning how to hone your Balinese cooking skills, you'll also get to sightsee. That's right, your tour begins at 8am, as you venture into the village of Pangi. This is a your opportunity to truly understand what a day in the life of a Balinese is like, as you observe the villagers go about their daily grind. Don't forget to keep your eyes peeled, as the larger picture offers a magnificent view of the rice fields, a volcano and the ocean at a distance. On this adventure, you shall also observe how Balinese palm wine is being made, and get to try some if you wish. From there you proceed on to a water spring, where you can soak your feet and unwind before your cooking class commences at 11am. Only after you've ventured into the Balinese culture, shall the cooking classes begin. After all, there's no point in attempting to learn a dish, without understanding its culture, right?Don't forget to wear your trainer shoes, sun screen and a hat!Tour itinerary:8.00am Meet at location of cooking class. 8.30am Trek to Pangi village, taste some local tuak wine straight from the tree, have a morning coffee in the village, wander through rice fields and bathe at the source of a spring.10.30 Back to the location of your cooking class.11.00 Start of your cooking class13.00 Lunch14.00 End of cooking class.Tour includes;- Trekking - Morning tea and lunch- Recipes- Certificate*Transfer to location not included. Chargeable transfers are available on request.**Return Transfer prices range from IDR 360,000 (from Candidasa) to IDR 730,000 (from Seminyak, Ubud, South of Bali) ***Distance from Ubud is 1h45 minutes, from Seminyak is 2 hours, and from Amed is 30 minutes.

Kab. Gianyar, 80552,Indonesia, Jl. Raya Laplapan, Petulu, Ubud, Bali, 80552, Indonesia