Ubud Cooking Class | Half Day | UBUD, BALI, INDONESIA

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  • Choose between morning or afternoon cooking class (4.5 hours).
  • Learn how to make five delicious Balinese dishes from scratch.
  • Visit the bustling local market. Learn how to haggle for Ingredients. Eat all you’ve cooked!
  • Includes: Market tour, rice paddies tour, visit to local Balinese house to learn about temple blessings, all ingredients used in recipes, ginger tea, English speaking chef/guide, free pick up and drop-off from your Hostel in Ubud.


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  • Deposit 100% refundable until 48h before your start date.
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Learn how to make Balinese food with this cooking class and market tour in beautiful Ubud, Bali.

This program offers you a wonderful opportunity to learn more about Balinese food and culture from local families. You will learn how to cook recipes that have been handed down through generations, you will learn more about local traditions and be guided along the way by an experience Balinese chef.

You will learn how to make at least five recipes that you can share with your family when you return back from your travels in Bali – there’s no other souvenir like it!

You will also have the opportunity to visit the local market with a Balinese local and learn some tips on how to haggle! During the market trip, you will also learn about the different types of rice that exist in Bali, how to buy and sell something in the market, which kind of ingredients go into each dish and much more!

Half day cooking program:

  • Free Pick up at your hotel
  • Visit the local market
  • Learn about rice cultivation
  • Visit a Bali traditional House (Balinese compound) to meet the local people
  • Welcome drink (ice cold ginger tea)
  • Simple explanation and demonstration of the offerings at temples and Balinese houses
  • How to make the Balinese spicy paste (sauce) that is used for many dishes
  • Start making the Balinese recipes
  • Enjoy the Buffet lunch at the Balinese house
  • Receive a free a copy of the recipes that you made during the class
  • Free Drop off at your hotel

Pick-up time in Ubud:

At the time of booking, please choose either the Morning or Afternoon Class.

  • Morning Class: 8:00am – 1:30pm
  • Afternoon Class: 2:00am – 6:30pm

(Free Pick Up from Ubud Area.)

Cooking Class, Ubud, Bali – Menu:

Regular Menu: 

  • Sup Sayur Bali (Balinese Vegetable soup)
  • Ayam Bumbu Bali (Balinese fried chicken)
  • Tempe Manis (Sweet fried Tempe)
  • Sate Lilit Bali (Balinese chicken satay)
  • Pepes Ayam (Grilled & steam chicken in banana leaf)
  • Lawar Bali (Mix vegetable with Balinese spices)
  • Sambal Matah (Raw spices with coconut oil)
  • Base Gede (Basic spices Paste)
  • Klepon Cake (Boiled circle sticky flour with palm sugar)
  • All main courses will be served with white rice

 Vegetarian Menu:

  • Sup Sayur Bali (Balinese Vegetable soup)
  • Tofu Bumbu Bali (Balinese fried Tofu with Basic sauce)
  • Tempe Manis (Sweet fried Tempe)
  • Sate Tempeh (Balinese soybean cake skewer) with Peanut sauce
  • Pepes Tofu (Soybean Curd Grilled or steam  in banana leaf)
  • Lawar Bali (Mix vegetable with Balinese spices)
  • Sambal Matah (Raw spices with coconut oil)
  • Base Gede (Basic spices Paste)
  • Klepon Cake (Boiled circle sticky flour w/palm sugar)
  • All main courses will be served with white rice

Note: If you would like a vegetarian menu, or if there are any foods that you are allergic to or do not eat, just let us know.


Subak Cooking Class

This Ubud Balinese cooking class program offers you the best opportunity to experience the real Bali. Visit the local morning market. Learn how to make 9 unique Balinese dishes with your own hands! You will be guided, step by step, by a Balinese chef and once the class is finished you will be given the recipes to take home.



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What's Included?


  • Pick up and drop off at your hotel (Ubud area only)
  • Mineral water
  • Ginger Tea
  • Use of all equipment in the kitchen
  • Copy of the recipes to take home
  • Eating all of the dishes!
  • Lunch or Dinner Buffet
  • Balinese local guide/host
  • Visit to the local market
  • Visit to the rice fields
  • Visit to a local Balinese house

Does not include:

  • If you stay outside of the Ubud area, there will be an additional charge for pick-up. (Extra 300,000 IDR (approx. $21 USD) from Nusa Dua, Seminyak, Legian or Kuta)
  • Alcoholic beverages are not included.

Refund Policy

  • In order to book this experience, you will need to pay a deposit online via South East Asia Backpacker.
  • This deposit is fully refundable if you wish to cancel up until 48 hours before the start of the activity. PLEASE NOTE: This policy refers to the payment made to South East Asia Backpacker at the time of booking. All subsequent payments to the operator of your chosen activity fall under their own refund policy
  • For cancellations made fewer than 48 hours before the start of the activity there is no refund available.
  • You can request a change of date at any time, free of additional charges.
  • Date changes are entirely down to the availability of the operator and nothing to do with South East Asia Backpacker. 
  • If your date change is not agreed upon, as long as it is within 48 hours of the start date you originally made your booking for, your deposit can be refunded in full if you wish to cancel.
  • The remaining payment for the experience is payable directly to the operator.
  • The operator can request the remaining payment via an online payment link or upon arrival at the destination.
  • The refund of the second payment, which goes directly to the operator, is based on the terms and conditions of the operator, over which South East Asia Backpacker have no control.
  • Please see our customer terms and conditions for more information.

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