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Cooking in Bali 2013 (Part 4)

After much research, it came to be that the most popular Balinese cooking class, courtesy of tripadvisor is Paon Bali Cooking Class. We scheduled the class on the day of my birthday.

We were picked up from the hotel and we went straight to the market to meet the rest of the class. We were introduced to all the fresh herbs, vegetables and spices. We also learned about the offering of baskets filled with sweets and flowers. After a tour of the market, we headed off on a guided rice fields tour. We were then taken to Laplapan Village where the class is going to be. We met Puspa and her husband. We were given fresh lemon juice and after all the introductions, we were led to the open kitchen where Puspa helped us discover and create our own authentic Balinese dishes.

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Authentic Cooking in Traditional Balinese Village

Laplapan Village
Ubud Gianyar
Bali
80571
Indonesia
+62 81 337 939095
http://www.paon-bali.com
Contact Person : Wayan

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