The island of Bali has its own distinctive food culture where many dishes are considerably spicier than those inother parts of the Indonesian archipelago. There are a number of local delicacies that visitors are already aware of such as babi guling (suckling roast pig) and ayambetutu (spicy chicken roasted in banana leaves).
Trekking is another healthy activity that enables guests to venture into rural Bali for a glimpse at the island’s natural landscape. Kayumanis Ubud offers in-house guests a choice of two free trekking excursions that can be enjoyed either in the morning or late afternoon. Prior reservation at least one day in advance is essential.
The word ‘rural’ conjures up the image of a peaceful landscape sprinkled with crops and grazing livestock. Making time to get away from the urban sprawl of city living is a chance to enjoy fresh air and see exactly where food comes from.
The island of Bali has so much to offer curious travellers. From unique cultural sites and hidden villages to traditional healing rituals and exotic cuisine. The best way to experience Bali is to ask a local and at Kayumanis, our team of butlers are always more than happy to share their knowledge about what to see and do.