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A Class on Traditional Balinese Cooking in Indonesia

  • Trip Duration: 4hs
  • Available Languages: English
  • Instant Confirmation
  • Food and/or beverages
  • Special gear and equipment
  • Certified tour guide / instructor


Wonder why Indonesia's dishes tastes great? Travel back in time in this tour, and cook with the traditional Balinese ingredients that made the country's flavors revolutionize the world's palate.

Booking this tour will allow you taste the authentic flavors of Indonesia. Not only will you be cooking with timeless ingredients, but you'll also shop for the items at the local market. See the wondrous produce harvested on native land, and learn what makes Balinese cooking special to the locals. You will be cooking famous Balinese meals like beef rendang, chicken satay, and green packake. And to make your experience even more authentic, your class is held in a traditional Indonesian home. Throughout this tour, transportation will be provided. Likewise, going to the market and to the traditional Indonesian home will be done on foot.  However, pickup and drop off points are only located at the Canggu, Seminyak, Legian, Kuta, and Sanur areas.


Pick-up (hotel transfer charge for Kuta, Seminyak, Legian, Canggu, Nusa dua, Jimbaran and Ubud is 250.000 IDR)
Pick-up (at Sanur area for free)
Shop at a local market
Walk back to the cooking house and start cooking
End of cooking session and buffet lunch prepared before
Drive back to your hotel


  • Huette

    23. 09. 2016

    Joining this cooking class was the best idea I've ever had! Indonesia is one of those country's I had to visit, but I knew nothing about it. Learning about their history through their food was a great way to surpass this hurdle. And, I can finally say that I've cooked something besides bacon and eggs haha.

  • Sun

    23. 09. 2016

    If it's your first time visiting Indonesia, I urge you to take this tour. It's a great package where you can learn how to make Indonesian meals, as well as see the sites. Albeit, it's not as flashy as the other country's destinations, but it helps you take a glimpse of Indonesia's love for food and more.


  • Ingredients to be cooked
  • Pickup service inside Sanur
  • Pickup service outside Sanur
  • Hotel transfer charge for Kuta, Seminyak, Legian, Canggu, Nusa dua, Jimbaran and Ubud is 250.000 IDR

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