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Fall in love with the flavourful Balinese cuisine on this delicious food tour in Bali! . From yummy must-tries like the classic Babi Guling to unique dishes like spiced eggs; you’re in for a treat, so bring your appetite.During this culinary tour in Bali, you will enjoy authentic local bites ranging from savory to sweet while also discovering the city. Wander around the vibrant Pasar Badung, the main food market in Bali. Want to know what food to eat in Bali? Try exotic fruits straight from the market and the beloved Tahu Tek, a tofu salad covered in peanut sauce. Munch into Batagor, fried fish dumplings, Babi Guling, a Balinese specialty, and two tastings in one. An authentic Balinese dessert, a refreshing treat for a hot day, try out the heavenly Pisang goreng, a deep fried banana, and a must-have in Bali, spiced eggs!Find out for yourself and join this food tour that will show you the real taste of Bali.
Dive head first into the seafood scene of Bali on a six-hour culinary tour. Provided transportation takes you to five different seafood eateries on the island. Choose some of the best Balinese dishes in an authentic environment. Enjoy the leisurely pace and intimate experience of a small group with maximum eight people. You also get an insider’s look at local culture at a traditional fish market.
Skip the tourist trap restaurants and eat like a local on a three-hour Kuta street food tour. Together with your guide and small group (maximum eight people), discover the best food stalls and casual eateries the city has to offer. Stop at five different locations and enjoy six to seven Indonesian dishes. Along the way, learn about local culinary culture and receive recommendations for other places to eat.
Composed of over 17,000 islands, Indonesia offers a wide variety of vibrant and tantalizing cuisines. Taste your way around different Indonesian ethnic cuisines as we scoot you on the back of a motorbike with our all female drivers to a few flavorful local street food vendors around Denpasar city.
See a different side of the island of the gods on this private guided tour of Denpasar, Bali’s bustling capital city. Visit Maospahit Temple, built in the style of a 14th-century Majapahit temple; explore Pasar Badung market, the island’s produce epicenter; and dine like a local on satay, fried rice, or “nasi campur” mixed dishes at Sindhu Night Market in Sanur. This is a door-to-door tour.
Curious as to what do local Indonesians eat for breakfast? Come on board our breakfast tour and we will pamper your Epicurian’s taste buds with tasty local breakfast dishes! We won’t take you to just any ordinary local food vendors but the ones so popular that they open at dawn and practically sell out by mid day! Start the tour with an empty stomach and we guarantee you will finish with a full one. *WARNING: Indonesian eat breakfast like lunch or dinner (heavy) meals.*
Spend your day exploring the heart and soul of local Balinese lifestyles in the otherwise tourist hot spot of Kuta. Begin your evening on Kuta Beach, famous among tourists and locals alike for a vibrant surfing scene. Kick back with a refreshing coconut drink and enjoy the sunset before setting off under the cover of night along Poppies Lane, the gateway to Kuta's collection of warungs. They play a crucial role in the lifestyles of the Balinese.Wander through the back alleyways and mingle with locals gathering outside of these warungs, and learn about how these quirky structures evolved over the past few decades. Head onward toward a local food court, and sample a smattering of traditional Indonesian flavours popular with the families that live within this charming hidden community. Finally, enjoy a BBQ corn while admiring the Patung Dewa Ruci Momument with lighting at night time, a popular hanging out spot for locals. Your food journey tonight would also end here.
Not a morning person or want to do something fun after hours? Join our night tour! Bali by Night tour is designed for those who would like to experience Bali’s hustle and bustle after dark away from all the touristy spots. It is also the perfect choice for those who want to do sight seeing and tasting of local snacks. Marvel as you witness local landmarks glow under the starry sky, enjoy local snacks alongside the locals and witness or partake in the busiest night market activities on the island.
Rise before the sun for a picturesque morning cycling tour around Sanur. Begin from the meeting point at the Buffalo Tours Office where you’ll suit up for the day ahead. Cycle to the beach, have a stretch and watch the magnificent sunrise. Cycle on to the Sindhu morning market where locals shop from variety of fresh ingredients every day. Have a taste of a scrumptous chocolate pancake with fried banana or yellow rice, as your guide purchases some offerings for the next stop at Champuhan Segara temple. There, observe how locals worship, and make an offering to the gods. End this tour cycling to a local house, and sink your teeth into the Nasi Bungkus, a traditional small meal of rice and meat packaged in brown paper before returning to Buffalo Tours Office.
Bali Food Safari - Street Food SafariBali, as the Island of the Gods that is blessed with beautiful beaches and a smorgasbord of high-end restaurants to choose from, is also heaven for many tantalising street foods. This food tour offers you a chance to enjoy one of the best of street food adventures and to eat what the local eats. Experience a unique street food eating sensationThe diversity of Indonesian food developed alongside with the cultural diversity its held dearly in each region and province within this beautiful archipelago. Cultural differences of each region affect the way the preparation of ingredients coupled with local cooking practises these traditions make for flavourful, unique, and appetising Indonesian food. A must for any cultural foodie!