Bali Culinary Tours – Experience Bali the Unique Way!

Bali Culinary Tours – Experience Bali the Unique Way!

Are you considering a trip to Indonesia and want to have fun, learn to cook awesome Balinese cuisine plus experience all the flavours of Bali in one package? Cut corners and skip the hassle. I’m a self-confessed Bali lover! I’ll give you a tip.

Bali Culinary Tours Logo

Bali Culinary Tours Logo

Regular GG readers would very well remember the exceptionally fun cooking experience that Anais and I shared early this year. Most travel companies create excellent package tours. If you are traveling with your family and friends or simply want a small group in a tour, Bali Culinary Tours may be what you are looking for.

Anais  Stir Frying Like a Pro

Anais Stir Frying Like a Pro

Bali Culinary Tours specialises in small group tours (maximum 10 people per tour) to Bali. Its aim is to showcase the lovely flavours and ingredients of the Bali region. Bali Culinary Tours are an Australian based travel company so you know you are in safe hands when traveling with Bali Culinary Tours.

Happy Participants - Small Group

Happy Participants – Small Group

Cooking Ingredients

Cooking Ingredients

Bali Culinary Tours provides a guide who will look after all your travel needs and questions whilst traveling on the Tour. They have a fully licensed and English speaking tour guide and driver who will be there to greet you at the airport when you arrive until the final drop off for you at the airport on your day of departure from Bali.

indonesian cuisine satay

Bali satay

Guided Cooking

Guided Cooking

When traveling on a Bali Culinary Tour, they assure your safety. Inclusive in the package are the best and safest hotels in the Nusa Dua area. They guarantee that your stay will be clean, comfortable with accommodation at the best Bali hotels and resorts in the region.

Ulun Danu temple

Ulun Danu temple

Relaxing By The Beach

Relaxing By The Beach

The tour includes two restaurant visits that are also owned by ex-Australian chefs so you know you are dining at the safest and cleanest restaurant with a proven track record and credentials in Bali dining. There are two cooking schools on the tours. These are amongst the biggest and best cooking schools Bali has to offer.

Bali Food

Bali Food

Bali Culinary Tours Tour Inclusions:

  • 3x or more nights ‘accommodation at a selection of Nusa Dua Hotels and Resorts
  • Cooking School visits to Bumbu Bali and Casa Luna two of Bali,s premier cooking schools (including market visit)
  • Private return Airport-Hotel transfers
  • Visit and dine at two of Bali’s top and safest restaurants Ginger Moon and Meads in Bali plus meet the Chef’s
  • Souvenir Bali Culinary Tours booklet including popular Balinese recipes, Chef bio,s and safe travel tips
  • Bali Culinary Tours Travel Pack (Including backpack, sports cap, travel wallet,pen,keyring and water bottle)
  • Professional and licensed local Bali Tour Guide throughout the tour
Balinese Restaurant

Balinese Restaurant

Being a fully accredited travel company, Bali Culinary Tours can assist tourists with flights from Australia or anywhere in the world. You just need to let them know what dates you wish to arrive and depart.

Bookings can be done online, thru e-mail or by messaging them on their Facebook page.

So are you now convinced to take that Bali holiday while having fun, relaxing and learning to cook at the same time?

Calmness - Bali Sunset

Calmness – Bali Sunset

Bali Culinary Tours

PO BOX 184
Cannonvale, QLD, 4802
Australia
Ph: 1300 559 874
Website: www.baliculinarytours.com

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About Alesah Villalon

I used to chase life as one would chase targets in their calendar years. Until someone came to say, "Do more of the things that you love, and share that love with others!" Now I'm slowing down a bit.

I try to write. I try to shoot beautiful images of places I love. I try to share wholeheartedly the things that I enjoy.

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Comments

  1. What a brilliant idea! I love to try and do a coking course or attempt to cook like a local everywhere I go and this would take the hassle and mistakes out of it!

    • I have personally attended one of the classes in the itinerary and I thoroughly recommend it! So much fun and so tasty! Loved bringing home the recipes

  2. Wow, what a great experience. I find these days I’m also searching for cooking experiences when overseas!

  3. Julie: I wish I could be in this culinary tour. I am sure that I would have a lot of fun cooking Balinese food and gazing all the beauty this place has to offer.

  4. We love Bali and Balinese food. The tours look awesome. We did a full day cooking class and market tour at Bumbu Bali when we there in October and I can highly recommend it.

  5. I want that guy that looks like Ketut to teach me. I’ll change my name to Rhonda if that would help.

    I LOVE cooking classes and would attend one every day if I could. 🙂

  6. Oh. this would be awesome. I could put 10 people together in a heartbeat to enjoy this with.
    Have a wonderful day.
    🙂 Mandy xo

  7. This would be so much fun! I would probably have to go with friends that like to cook as hubby is not enthusiastic about cooking!

  8. A friend of mine goes often so I shall send her the link to this post 🙂

  9. This is a travel dream! Everything is perfect: the destination, the lessons cook! Anais is like a pro, my kids love cook as well so this trip is make for us !

  10. This looks like so much fun! Love the idea of this — great way to travel. But then, I tend to travel for food. 🙂 Thanks.

  11. This is definitely a vacation I would enjoy! Cooking, eating and relaxing, all with a beautiful view. Love it, sounds like so much fun!

  12. Well now, this looks like heaven on earth…. divine!

  13. Ooft this sounds amazing! So many delicious culinary experiences 😀 I really enjoyed your photos!

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

  14. Sounds fantastic, right up my alley. Thanks for sharing Julie.

  15. I love doing cooking classes when I’m on holidays – really makes you appreciate the local cuisine more!

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  1. […] Casa Luna Cooking School in Ubud runs the most amazing classes.  The dishes are authentic Balinese dishes and use fresh ground spices and local ingredients sourced daily from the markets.  When I attended the class I was given a recipe for a dish that reminded me so much of the “Pete Evan Balinese Roasted Chicken” that I had to make a hybrid of my own. […]

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