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Ubud Bali Activities

#123 of 895 Tours in Ubud
Ubud, Indonesia
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About Ubud Bali Activities
We offer safe and friendly service with English speaking guides and Bali Private Tour Driver. All our guides are local people who know the local customs and traditions, and will give you a unique experience of everyday life in Ubud. They are also very experienced in the hospitality isdustry and have a wealth of knowledge to make your trip exciting and care-free.
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Dominik B wrote a review Mar 2020
Ubud, Indonesia1 contribution
We thank Nyoman for being such a nice host and introducing us to the Balinese style of cooking. We took the class at the afternoon (without a trip to the market), and we spent three entertaining hours on cooking and a dinner. For sure, we will recommend the cooking class to friends visiting Bali. 🙂
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Ralph S wrote a review Nov 2019
Muensing, Germany11 contributions4 helpful votes
We loved this cooking class, extremely inspiring in the home of Nyoman. The place is perfect and we cooked 6 dishes within 2 hours. 2 different satays, fish and tuna, soup, vegetables, fried tofu, tuna in banana leaves and fried bananas. Extremely delicious in a very quiet and typical balinese atmosphere. If you love cooking it's a must. Nyoman is the perfect teacher, you can ask anyything he has the answer!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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RichL961 wrote a review Oct 2019
Wakefield, United Kingdom5 contributions2 helpful votes
Many thanks to Noman and his family for a wonderful experience. Great to walk around the local market and see the produce that we'd be cooking with. We then spent a few hours preparing and cooking all of the dishes from the basic ingredients, which was both informative and fun. The best part was at the end where we got to eat and enjoy what we'd cooked. Top class experience and one I'd highly recommend for foodies.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Hayley wrote a review Oct 2019
9 contributions2 helpful votes
Been travelling for months and this was handsdown one of the best experiences of my entire trip. I spoke to the guide before coming and he was really understanding when we had to change the dates and times twice, and regarding our budget. He picked us up promptly, and spoke to us in fluent English on the drive to the coffee plantation - teaching us some facts and making recommendations for places to visit etc. It ended up being just me and my friend so it was like our own private tour.. The coffee plantation itself was fab! 12 free tasters and some history of how the different coffee is made and health benefits of the teas. Then we went into our guides family compound (I didn't know the Balinese lived in compounds with seperate houses for different families) where the cooking class was taking place. The cockerels strutting around and guides family living their day to day life gave us a glimpse into everyday bali life, which we would not have got if we'd gone to the other classes! We worked alongside the guide and his brother to create SIX different dishes, including a starter (soup) and dessert (banana fritters) and the flavours, colours and smells of each were astonishing. The guide took photo's of us throughout and also talked us through the recipes in detail whilst telling us other facts about balinese cuisine and culture, as well as hinduism. When we left, he promptly emailed us the photos and recipes so we can recreate these dishes at home! So impressed with how they deal with our dietary requirements as well! 5 star all the way and if you get the chance to do the cooking class, or any other class, with this family run business then jump at it!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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SophieWalpole84 wrote a review Oct 2019
Norwich, United Kingdom16 contributions13 helpful votes
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We used Ubud Bali Activities a couple of times on our trip and loved it. Not only is Nyomen a fantastic tour guide, he is also a very kind and helpful man who welcomed us into his family home for food, and transported us around the area. The tours we did were well organised and great value for money. We went to the coffee plantations, rice fields, and did the mount Batur trek with Nyomen and can't fault a thing. Would highly recommend to anyone considering where to start looking for a tour or two
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Date of experience: October 2019
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