Even though you may plan your trip to Bali
with the sun and its exotic beaches in mind, this enchanting island is also a foodie paradise if you know where to look.
First-time travellers should not miss having a glance at Bali Food Safari’s
guided tours. Its food tour packages are really attractive and at reasonable prices starting from 79 AUD. Be sure that you will expand your culinary horizons either by taking a local street food tour, dining at some of the best venues in Bali, or even taking a Bali Helicopter Safari! The latest could not but be one of our favourite high-end packages since it will take you to 3 remote destinations while a private Chef will prepare special delicacies only for you.
However, if you are an independent foodie traveller, do not miss to visit Sanur Night Market
, a great marketplace especially for budget travellers. The scents of smoking grills and frying woks are very vivid while the local food stalls serve some of the best street foods in Bali. Another popular food activity in Bali is taking a cooking class where you will learn to prepare Balinese dishes for your loved ones by the time you will arrive back home. Paon Bali Cooking Class
is one of the best cooking classes in Bali.
Moreover, your foodie experience in Bali cannot complete without tasting one of the Island’s most famous local dish, Babi Guling, else known as Balinese Suckling Pig. The meat is cooked with local spices and herbs and served on rice with stewed vegetables, pork sausage, fried pork meat, and crispy skin. You will find it in many local restaurants but Ibu Oka Warung
in Ubud is one of the most popular spots for Suckling Pig in Bali, attracting both locals and food lovers from all over the world alike.
See our collection and map below with the best night markets and restaurants to savour the best of Balinese cuisine