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You will be picked-up at your hotel around 7.00am and 8.00am depending on your hotel area
What you need to bring
Camera for pictures, small change for donations and any petty cash you might need to buy souvenirs.
- Русский (Beginner)
- Italiano (Beginner)
- Bahasa Indonesia (Fluent)
- English (Fluent)
Hi everyone, my name is Mully. Before I moved back to Bali to work in the hospitality industry, I spent many years working on the passenger cruise ship Holland America where I cruised through Alaska, the Caribbean, Mexico, Hawaii, and even the Mediterranean perfecting my English. After working at a number of renowned establishments like the Grand Hyatt, I decided to become a guide to reach guests directly.
I am acutely interested in Balinese culture and in sharing its intricacies with you. I am a keen reader and love to explore Bali myself - so can bring you on many lovely Balinese excursions that may not appear in your guidebooks.
My satisfied customers come from all around the world, including countries such as Australia, Japan, Korea, Canada, France, the United Kingdom, Holland, Italy, Spain, Estonia, Hungary, New Zealand, Singapore, Jordan, India, Pakistan, Sudan and South Afric
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Great customizable tour!
Mully was a great tour guide. I was able to contact him before hand to ask about this tour and if we could combine it with his shopping tour that he offers, and he was more than happy to do this for us. Luckily for us, he just happened to be free the following day for us. He drove us all over, to eat food from all over the place, which was all very good. We had breakfast in Sanur, with the best nasi campur that we had during our stay in Bali (we tried this same dish multiple times at other places, but Mully's was the best). We went to Ubud and had babi guling, a suckling pig dish. And on our way back to Seminyak, we stopped at a little shop to have skewers. Between all of the eating, Mully took us to different areas to go shopping, and we were able to see a few sights as well. We wanted to book another tour with him the following day, but he was already booked through the rest of the week so make sure you book early if you are interested! His english is also very good, due to his time working on a cruise ship for a few years.
Fab foodie tour with Paul
Paul was our host on the day and he picked us up at our hotel in Sanur. The tour started midday and before we set off we discussed with Paul that my friend and I would share dishes, so we could try and sample as many foods as possible...
Our first stop was Sambal Mak Beng in Sanur. A place which specialises on fried fish with Mak Beng's sambal and fish head soup. People queue up just to plonk themselves at the shared tables and eat the delicious fish with spicy sambal and the super tasty fish head soup. Note that this is the only dish they serve and they close up when they have run out of fish/soup.
The next stop was a small Coffee Luwak/Tea farm in Gianyar, not as commercialised as the Oka agro place near Ubud. We loved this one as it wasn't as overrun as Oka.
Then it was off to Gianyar Market were we ate through Babi Guling (Suckling Pig) and Ayam Betutu (Chicken in Turmeric), veg in spicy peanut sauce, grilled corn, es campur and a selection of little Kue Basah (different little cakes made of rice flour). We were glad we had been sharing meals as our eyes were bigger than our stomachs - but boy , was it worth it! Unfortunately I am limited to upload a 3 pics maximum, so will post more on TA.
This tour should be renamed 'Bali Culinary Street Food Tour' and we had a great time with Paul who stood in for Mully on the day. Thank you!
A food tour to be remembered!
I did this tour on my birthday with Mully & had a great time! I was craving for pepes ikan and he took me to the best place that made this. It is the BEST pepes ikan I have ever tasted with plenty of flavour & cooked to perfection. A delicious ice tea was ordered also; it was so tasty & different that I knew I would not get that again without going there. The fish was also massive so definitely satisfied me. I also wanted to go to the local market to try babi guling, black pudding & desserts. I also love the shallot chutney which we also found at the market. Mully is a gracious host & fun to be around. I will surely contact Mully again for another round for a food tour. Thank you very much Mully & see you again! :)
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