Penglipuran Village Neighborhood tours

Our most recommended Penglipuran Village Neighborhood tours

Bali: Private Balinese Cooking Class in a Family Home

1. Bali: Private Balinese Cooking Class in a Family Home

Learn how to prepare and cook a traditional Balinese authentic meal during a fun and interactive 4-hour cooking class in a traditional Balinese home. Discover all the authentic smells and flavors of Balinese food as you awaken your culinary creativity, visit a local market, and enjoy lots of tasty Balinese food along the way. Each hands-on class consists of 5-6 delicious recipes, prepared in a fully-equipped workspace. Get expert tuition from a patient and experienced chef. Courses are available in the morning or afternoon, each including 2 breaks to sample fresh Bali tropical fruit and Loloh Cem Cem one of the famous homemade health herbal drinks. Whether you choose the morning or afternoon tour, you will be taken to explore a local market to select the best quality ingredients. Head back to the cooking school for a welcome drink and cookery demonstration. The instructor will prepare the dishes, while you observe. Then it’s time to move to the stoves and get cooking. Create your dishes, with lots of assistance and tips to ensure that your Balinese cuisine is just as it should be. Next, move to the dining area and enjoy the dishes you prepared in an informal atmosphere. What you will be cooking: Standard Non-Vegetarian Menu: - Basic Yellow Sauce and Peanut Sauce with Vegetable - Sate Lilit Bawi (Charcoal Grilled Pork Sticks) - Pepes Ikan (Fish Cooked in Banana Leaves with Herbs and Spices) - Chicken Kare (Balinese Fried Chicken) - Lawar Bali (Mixture of Vegetables, Coconut, Meat, Herbs and Spices) - Mie Goreng (Fried Noodle) - Kolak Pisang (Braised banana saba in palm sugar gravy) Vegetarian Menu: - Basic Yellow Sauce and Peanut Sauce with Vegetable - Balinese Vegetables Soup (Balinese Green Curry ) - Pepes Tempeh (Tempeh Cooked in Banana Leafs with Herbs and Spices) - Tempeh Manis (Stir-Fried Tempeh with Sweet Soy Sauce) - Gado Gado (Vegetable Salad with Peanut Dressing) - Kolak Pisang (Braised banana saba in palm sugar gravy)

Bali: Alternative Temples Small Group Tour

2. Bali: Alternative Temples Small Group Tour

Not keen on the swarming crowds at Bali's main temples? Visit temples that are just as beautiful off the beaten track, meaning fewer tourists, more charm, and the tranquility you seek on this magical island.  Begin at the Kerta Gosa Pavilion in Klung Kung. The intact justice court building formerly used by the high king of Bali will give you some idea of the power and grandeur of the Balinese monarchs before the Dutch arrived. Goa Lawah Temple is up next. Also known as Bat Cave, its complex is built over a hilly outcrop home to thousands of bats and a giant snake king per local legend. Make a stop at Bukit Jambul, known for its panoramic views of the rice terraces. As you must be peckish by now, your guide will slow the pace down for a lunch overlooking Mt. Agung.  Continue your tour to Besakih Temple, Bali's thousand-year-old Mother Temple, perched 1,000 meters high on the southwestern slopes of Mount Agung. It is meant to be the island's largest holy site divided into three main complexes, each dedicated to the Hindu trinity. The last of the temples, Kehen Temple, is a multi-level temple on a hill home to a great Banyan Tree. An untouched gem, it requires a bit of a hike to get to the well-preserved natural sanctuary. Finally, the trip ends with a visit to Penglipuran Traditional Village, a traditional countryside community in the highlands.

Ubud: Jungle Swing Private Tour

3. Ubud: Jungle Swing Private Tour

Journey through Ubud's lush jungle on a full-day guided tour by with lunch. Admire your surroundings on a jungle swing, swim in the Tukad Cepung Waterfall, and explore the rice terraces of Tegallalang. If you choose to join the complete tour, you will start your day by visiting Tukad Cepung waterfall. Admire the stunning sun rays shining straight through the top of the falls, creating natural beams across the canyon. You will also have a chance to swim in the waterfall.  Continue by visiting Pengelipuran Village, known as one of the world's cleanest villages. Take a look at the daily activities inside the homes and imagine how living in such a natural village would feel. You will then visit Kintamani for lunch, and admire the amazing views of Lake Batur and the volcano.  After lunch, you will fly over the jungle and experience incredible views on a jungle swing. Challenge yourself with around 30 meters of string and swing above the valley or jungle. There will be the opportunity for lots of pictures. If you choose to join the jungle swing-only option, you will first visit Tegallalang rice field where you can trek into beautiful rice paddies before you hop on the swing. After that you may have the option to visit the nearby coffee plantation to taste some Balinese Luwak coffee before going back to your hotel.

Pengelipuran Village: "Be a Balinese For a Day" Private Tour

4. Pengelipuran Village: "Be a Balinese For a Day" Private Tour

Become a member of a Balinese family for a day and experience this unique way of life. Start your day just like any other Balinese local by visiting a food market. Here you will get your hands on the freshest ingredients for your cooking experience. Stop over at Tegalallang to see beautiful rice fields and learn about rice growing from your guide. During harvest season, you can see how the locals are harvest their paddy here and even try it out. Head out next to Wayan Sumiarse at Pengelipuran Village and meet your local host. Discover a delightful, well-kept village composed of wide, brick roads, lined with rows of charming,  traditional houses interspersed with neatly manicured gardens. As you head to your guide's house, you will learn about their day to day life, their unique beliefs and rituals and have a chance to make a Balinese offering. If you wish, you can also put on Balinese dress provided by the family.  Explore the village and have a chance to visit the temples and meet other local people. Stop over at the elementary school to say hello to Balinese children there. Returning to the house, start to cook with your guide before enjoying your deliscou meal together. 

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