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  • Lisa Lisa

    Balinese Cooking Class at an Organic Farm in Scenic Sidemen

    Balinese Cooking Class at an Organic Farm in Scenic Sidemen This cooking class is by far the best around for Bali so I chose to do it twice! The journey through the markets and rice fields is unbelievable and cooking and eating all the dishes is amazing. By far the best curry I have ever eaten. Be sure to leave room for dessert as the black sticky rice is second to none! Book this tour and you won’t be disappointed!

  • Jenna Jenna

    Balinese Cooking Class at an Organic Farm in Scenic Sidemen

    Balinese Cooking Class at an Organic Farm in Scenic Sidemen After spending a lot of time in the main touristy areas of Bali, the cooking class was a breath of fresh air and one my friend and I really enjoyed.


    Situated in a quiet village away from the hussle and bussle, the views of the mountains, volcano and rice pattie fields were not lost on me.

    Would totally recommend this to anyone who visits Bali and would like to taste the local food.

    Thank you for having us and cannot wait to visit again with my family

  • Yoriko Yoriko

    Cook Babi Guling in a Local Balinese Compound Near Ubud

    Cook Babi Guling in a Local Balinese Compound Near Ubud We only stayed in Ubud for 2 days but this was the best experience we had. Pak Rai took us to his traditional Balinese house and we prepared the dishes together. We arrived a bit late so we didn't get to see the market and the pig was already prepared for us, but there was still a lot to do, including grinding the spices with a stone mortar and pestle, and all of it was really fun. The food we ended up with was amazing. Pak Rai explained to us the meaning of each building in the temple in his house, and we also got to meet his family. After our babi guling feast, we had the option of stopping by a nearby Luwak Coffee cafe/farm and a silver workshop. We were tired so we just went to the coffee place. The cafe lets you try different flavored coffee and tea drinks for free (I loved the ginger coffee and durian coffee), and luwak coffee (coffee taken from the poop of luwak, a local racoon-like mammal) for Rp. 500,000 (about 5 USD), which is not bad. You get to see real luwak and coffee plants, and how the coffee beans get processed traditionally. Last but not least, Pak Rai was a nice host and fun to talk to. With airport/hotel pickup included (we discovered that this is the part that costs the most in Bali, at least in the Ubud area), and with the unique experience and great food and hospitality, this package was the best value for money we got in Ubud.

  • Rebecca Rebecca

    Cook Babi Guling in a Local Balinese Compound Near Ubud

    Cook Babi Guling in a Local Balinese Compound Near Ubud Me and my husband really enjoyed the experience. The pork was delicious and the host was so nice. We got to visit the local markets and then we cooked the pig from start to finish, hands on and very informative :)

  • Lisa Lisa

    Whip up a Feast in a Traditional Balinese Compound in Ubud

    Whip up a Feast in a Traditional Balinese Compound in Ubud What a great experience! Delicious food and amazing hosts. Puspa and her husband Wayan are lovely people and very funny. They were very welcoming and showed us how to cook traditional balinese food. A must try!