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3x Signature Experience: Enjoying Indonesian Food Culture

June 16, 2015 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , , , , , , ,

Join us for three unique Khiri Travel culinary experiences of Indonesian foods and flavors. Food tasting is the theme but all three experiences can be adjusted for budget, group size or family friendly. Discover the unique expressions of food culture from island to island and allow us to introduce travelers to some of the best local foods in informal and fun ways. With a romantic twist, the tours can be especially engaging for honeymooners.

1. In the heart of Lombok’s lush green landscape learn all about growing rice. Walking to a shaded camp between the paddies, our Indonesian guide will help travelers cook food including ares, a coconut curry using the pith of the banana tree and plecing, water spinach with a mild tomato chili sauce. No meal in Lombok is complete without a strong cup of freshly brewed black coffee.

2. For a different culinary journey we aim for the Night Market in Bali. In addition to the ubiquitous sate, there is the filling bakso soup, the creamy peanuts of gado gado, or the classic mie goreng, a spicy fried noodle dish, all of which combine to reveal the authentic flavors of Balinese food. Our specialized guide points travelers to all the remarkable little details.

3. Our signature food experience along Malioboro Street in Yogyarkarta never fails to impress the food lover. For dinner join the locals at food stalls eating sateh kambing (barbequed goat), gudeg (jackfruit curry with egg), or bakpia sweet pastry. Wash it all down with a flavorful red herbal drink to savor the unique flavors of Indonesian food in Java. This evening walk is a great alternative for dinner in the hotel.

For more information about Indonesian food trips or other Khiri Travel signature experiences in Indonesia, please contact [email protected]

 

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