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Cook and eat with a Balinese family in their traditional walled compound. This private 4-hour experience provides an authentic look at local life in a village just north of Ubud. Travel by private vehicle through terraced foothills and discover Balinese spices and other ingredients from the family garden. You’ll learn to use a traditional wood-fired oven to cook several dishes, then enjoy your creations for lunch or dinner.


  • Private tour is operated with just your party and a guide/driver
  • Led by a local guide
  • All-inclusive tour
  • Lunch included
  • Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
  • Vegetarian meal option available

What You Can Expect

Private Traditional Balinese Cooking Experience and Garden Tour in Ubud

View of the family shrine as you learn to cook

Customer Reviews

Jennifer S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

Cooking with Dewa was one of the best culinary experiences I have had! My travel partner and I are both avid travelers, adventurous cooks, and food enthusiasts. Dewa provided an exceptional educational and culinary experience- we both had good opportunity to learn and assist with the cooking process. I felt fully at peace, grateful, and most importantly, FULL, when we concluded our experience. HIGHLY recommended.

Amy E

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2016

Recently my friend and I took this cooking class, and it was one of our main highlights of our trip. Picked up from our hotel, our host drove us to his small village. We then walked around as he pointed out all kinds of interesting tidbits, from cultural and religious insights to animal, insect and agricultural information pertinent to his life.
In his home, we were welcomed as part of the family. We cooked six different dishes, and were given recipes for each. Not only was it incredibly interesting to see the unique outdoor sinks and oven, but also we loved to learn how to make fresh coconut milk and lemongrass tea.
Each recipe we helped to cook was absolutely delicious. There was one translator, and two women who were anchorage of helping the meal come to fruition. We were able to ask questions in an open, caring setting with respect and encouragement. I'm not sure which we loved more, the meal or the opportunity for an incredibly personal insight into the village life of these people.
If you are hesitating, we highly encourage you to book this tour. You will not be dissented, and your gorgeous, scrumptious meal will be one you will not soon forget.

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