Rural Charms Of Bali One Day Trip
Date
Adult (Age 12 - 60)

Take a break from your routine and explore the fascinating countryside of Bali. Feel the beautiful landscapes of rice fields, coffee plantations, vanillas, and very natural cloves. Your experience is more complete with learning how to cook Balinese foods in a very traditional kitchen.

Rural Charm of Bali is a village sightseeing tour with a Balinese Cooking Demonstration. Escape to the heart of the Balinese countryside – beautiful rice fields and the tranquil Gulingan Village. Wander through the terraced fields and you will reach a fabulous setting of tropical vegetation and ponds. Bask in the surroundings of unspoiled rural Bali as you relax in a traditional pavilion(exclusive to Tour East Clients). Take a stroll downhill through coconut palms, coffee, vanilla and clove plantations. Return to the village and learn the art of Balinese cooking in a traditional kitchen, an engaging lesson regarding the preparation and the cooking of delicious meals. Grind, mix and peel the abundant herbs and spices, adding the unique textures and flavors to Balinese dishes. After that, your extravagant lunch is ready to enjoy. Complete the day by visiting one of Bali’s most fascinating traditional house compounds. Within the surrounding walls, which is nestled around a courtyard, you will see several bedrooms, a temple, and a ceremonial platform.

Note: This is a walking tour through rural villages and fields, so please bring your walking shoes along.

For further information and reservation :
Tour East Indonesia
Jl Pulau Moyo 15x
628123825867
git-bali@toureast.net
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