Bali Rice Terrace and Food Tour

Pick up from Kuta and Surrounding
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Tour Code: BAL-26 Duration: Approx 6 Hours

View Bali’s iconic emerald rice terraces with your very own eyes and trek through them before heading to Eat Street to satisfy your hunger with various Balinese delicacies!

Highlights:

  • Take a trek Through the Stunning Signature rice Terraces of Bali
  • Explore the Largest Eat Street in Bali to Sample Local Delicacies
  • Try Iconic National Dishes such as Babi Guling and Soto Ayam

Tour Description:

If you have seen the emerald tiered terraces of Bali in pictures and found them gorgeous, seeing them in real life will leave you even more awestruck. This beautiful architecture of nature was created by Hindu priests who first arrived on the island of Bali in the 9th century. Learn about the ancient subak irrigation system that creates a harmonious and sustainable ecosystem between man and nature. Subak has shaped the landscape for the past thousand years and is an integral part of Balinese way of life, reflecting the philosophy of Tri Hita Karana, a self-described relationship between humans, the earth and the gods.

Your mode of transportation through these beautiful hills, valleys and terraces is a VW Kombi limousine, a classic car from the past. Upon arriving at the terraces, disembark from the vehicle and take a 2 to 3-kilometre trek through the verdant plantations. While paddy is the main cultivation here, you will also find tomatoes, beans, bananas, eggplant, chillies, corn and sugar can being cultivated here. To cool down after your trek, gulp down a beer or a soft drink that’s provided. The trek must have invoked your hunger by this point, so commence with your evening tour to the largest Eat Street in Bali.

Stroll through the streets and check out the array of roadside stalls and warung (small family-owned businesses) to sample various culinary delights. One dish that Bali is popular for and that you must absolutely try is Babi Guling, a spit-roasted pig that has been stuffed with or marinated in various spices and herbs. The result of such a recipe is tender pork that carries notes of herbs and spice, making for a mouth-watering experience.

Soto Ayam is another dish you should not miss out on as it is a delicious chicken noodle soup dish and you will be brought to an eatery that serves the best version in Eat Street. This dish is a national favourite, and once you’ve had a taste of it you’ll know exactly why it is so. If you feel up for it, take on a five-tiered chilli challenge of the world’s hottest chillies at a Japanese fusion restaurant and try your best to emerge victorious. You will also get to sample a local dessert on this guided culinary tour of Bali’s Eat Street before you end your night.

Cancellation Policy:

Please refer to our refunds policy under Terms of Use section.

Pick-Up Time:

  • 3:00 pm – 3:30 pm

What's Included:

  • English-Speaking Guide
  • Transportation by VW Kombi
  • Visit to a Subak Temple and Rice Terraces
  • A Beer / Soft Drink After the Trek
  • Babi Guling Roast Pork shared between two persons
  • Soto Ayam Chicken Noodle Soup
  • Dessert

What's Not Included:

  • Any Items Not Mentioned
  • Any Additional Food and Drinks

Additional Information:

  • Minimum two pax for tour to be confirmed
  • Minimum age required to participate on this tour is 6 years old
  • Transfer duration above are estimated and subject to traffic and weather condition, and not inclusive of any sightseeing tours
  • Please adhere to strict pick-up time punctuality. Tour operators may forfeit tours for travellers if no-show during stipulated time
  • Registered name of the traveller must be corresponding with photograph documentation (Example: Passport). Tour operators reserve the right to reject if registered traveller fails to provide photographed documentation of their own
  • Tours will not operate on 16th March to 17th March 2018 in conjunction with the Balinese holiday of Nyepi (Day of Silence)
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