The culinary heritage is the best way to get to know a place, its culture and its history. The most renowned dishes of Bali, enriched by fresh herbs and local spices, are traditionally consumed during the colourful Hindu ceremonies which are an integral part of life on the Indonesian island. The habit of eating outside the home is relatively recent, until just a short while ago, people might have picked up food to go from the warung (tiny shops and restaurants) but, generally speaking, meals were eaten at home. For this reason, the best recipes are conserved in domestic settings where the secret of Balinese delicacies are handed down from generation to generation. To learn one of these recipes, it is suggested to book a cooking class, a fun encounter with traditional culinary practices, enhanced by a tour of the local markets to understand what to buy. You can learn about the process of making virgin coconut oil, cooking Balinese green curry and enjoy fresh, natural, healthy food, as well as preparing to amaze your friends when you get home or simply have the satisfaction of learning the recipes of celebrated Balinese dishes like babi guling, lawar, bebek betutu and sate lembat.