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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...more
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I don't know what to say that hasn't been stated by others. Like other reviewers, I've taken cooking classes all over the world. This is my favorite. I won't repeat what others said only to emphasize that you will not struggle a bit to understand...More
This is hands down one of the best excursions I’ve done in all my travels. Starting with a market tour, we explored a local market far from the tourist areas where we learned about daily life and local ingredients. Arriving at the family property we...More
You are met at the local market (note: not tourist market) by your host and are taken through the stalls stopping at some of the local delicacies, including some of which you will use in your cooking.
You then head back to their stunning family...More
We did the Lobong Culinary experience our final day in Bali, but my wife and I both regretted that we didn't do it our first day, as our hosts provided a wonderful introduction to not only Balinese cooking, but also a fascinating exploration of Balinese...More
Oh my gosh. What can I say except WOW!! We LOVED this! What an experience, we were educated, feed and experienced the friendly Bali people. I am lost for words. The food was delicious, great vegan and vegetarian options. So greatful to the Lobong family.
As Filipinos, we are accustomed to providing hospitality to other people...we are not too different from Balinese families. Sang Made and Chef Dewa -our hosts, together with their family, welcomed us warmly into their lovely home to learn their culture and tradition by walking us...More
This was probably my favorite experience in Bali.
You are picked up at 8am and driven by your host to the market. Sang was just fantastic, spoke great English and taught us so much about Balinese food and culture.
We were a party of 3...More
After being picked up by our host, we went to a local market with the other participants (small group - 6 of us). Our host showed us around, explaining all local ingredients and spices and we could try snake skin fruit and other local produce....More
Started out with a visit to a market explaining all the ingredients. Then we went to their family home and had some tea and snacks. The cooking class was in the back of the house compound. Pretty nice setup. We walked through all the steps...More
Response from PamelaM545 | Reviewed this property |
There was about 10 people in the class, we all did different parts of each dish and in some parts we all got to have a go for example making the skewered chicken was something that everyone did at the same time. Hope that... More
There was about 10 people in the class, we all did different parts of each dish and in some parts we all got to have a go for example making the skewered chicken was something that everyone did at the same time. Hope that helps
Response from Destination_wherever | Reviewed this property |
I had a few issues when I tried to use the web based enquiry form, couldn't tell if it had gone through. I sent them an email and 2 days later they confirmed and replied. Sometimes if they have village festivals they... More
I had a few issues when I tried to use the web based enquiry form, couldn't tell if it had gone through. I sent them an email and 2 days later they confirmed and replied. Sometimes if they have village festivals they may take a few days to reply.