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  • Dewa Dewa

    15% OFF Romantic Candlelight Dinner Overlooking Ubud Valley

    15% OFF Romantic Candlelight Dinner Overlooking Ubud Valley A very good experience in Bali for couples who want to experience a romantic dinner scene with beautiful scenery, friendly service and delicious food menu, will never be forgotten!

  • Ishpal Ishpal

    Bali Tour: Explore The Best Of Bali with the Best Guides

    Bali Tour: Explore The Best Of Bali with the Best Guides Our guide Dany was very helpful and co-operative.

  • Annika Annika

    Bali Tour: Explore The Best Of Bali with the Best Guides

    Bali Tour: Explore The Best Of Bali with the Best Guides Our tour guide and driver, Wayan (DUI), was very knowledgeable. He took us to all places we wanted to visit. He guided us and gave information where helpful. We had a great experience and feel that we got a snapshot of everything Bali has to offer. We would recommend this tour !

  • 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.

  • Adrienne Adrienne

    Bali Tour: Explore The Best Of Bali with the Best Guides

    Bali Tour: Explore The Best Of Bali with the Best Guides Great tour by Tude! He helped me decide on the best spots to visit. I felt like I saw all of the highlights - between the main temples, cultural dance, coffee tasting and trekking through the rice fields. While we were at the rice fields he suggested the route - and the way we went had zero tourists! Tude is very easy to talk to, and I learned a lot about Ubud and Bali. I traveled solo and felt very comfortable! Thanks Tude for the great time.

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