Lobong Cooking Class

Activity Lobong Cooking Class Published on: 01-07-2016

08:00 AM - 08:00 PM
Private/Joined
12.0 hour
Agency Office
Highlight of the city
Activity
34.00 USD

Lobong Cooking Class is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids No
Good for senior Senior No
Good for couple Couple No
Good for solo Solo No
Good for group Group No
An Authentic Balinese culinary experience set in a local family home compound. great way to discover the enchanting balinese culture ,traditional lifestyle and culinary experiences.no one will regret this great culinary experience, your taste buds will thank you.

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An Authentic Balinese culinary experience set in a local family home compound. great way to discover the enchanting balinese culture ,traditional lifestyle and culinary experiences.no one will regret this great culinary experience, your taste buds will thank you

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Duration
5.0 days
Estimated
350.28 USD
Total travel distance
km
Number of places
22 places

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This was the highlight of our trip to Bali. The hosts are generous and welcoming and their English is excellent. The market tour was informative and food was delicious and it was wonderful to get out of the tourist trap that Ubud has become. I have only two suggestions to improve the day and they would be to get a native English speaker to edit the recipe booklet (it was a little bit hard to follow once we returned home) and to hand out the booklet at the beginning so that we could take notes (I have forgotten so much already!). Thanks again for a great day.

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Really great time spent; we were treated like honoured guests from the start. The day starts with an educational and fascinating market tour looking at all the fresh ingredients that we'd later be cooking with.Then a welcoming coffee in the family compound; with great explanations regarding Balinese culture.Then 2 great hours preparing the food under the fantastic guidance of Dewi the chef. He's an experienced hotel chef who is more than happy to explain all.We then had a great feast of the food prepared. It was very impressive.All in all a great time was had and we recommend 100%!!

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I REALLY enjoyed this 'must do' experience. We were picked up by a driver from out hotel in Ubud, and taken to a local market. My boyfriend and I met with 6 others, and we spent just over an hour walking around a local market. That was an experience not to forget. I don't know when I would have had another opportunity to discover what it's really like for those, who live their days trading in the early morning markets. Its not clean, its open to the elements, the ground is muddy, there is rubbish everywhere, yet the produce is so fresh and very cheap (in Australian terms). It was a real eye opener. We were then taken back to a wonderful bali compound, and we were shown the basics of cooking, where the 8 of us, prepared all the food, put everything together, and ate our 10 dishes for lunch at the end. Our guides and main chef, were very knowledgeable and accommodating, and it was a very comfortable and fun experience. We were given the recipes, and a gift of coconut oil to take home! Absolutely worth it! I would recommend it for anyone who is interested in learning more about balinese culture and learning some cooking skills :)

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This was the highlight of our trip to Bali. The hosts are generous and welcoming and their English is excellent. The market tour was informative and food was delicious and it was wonderful to get out of the tourist trap that Ubud has become. I have only two suggestions to improve the day and they would be to get a native English speaker to edit the recipe booklet (it was a little bit hard to follow once we returned home) and to hand out the booklet at the beginning so that we could take notes (I have forgotten so much already!). Thanks again for a great day.

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