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Denpasar: Night Street Food Walking Tour

1. Denpasar: Night Street Food Walking Tour

Lots of travelers leave Bali without getting the opportunity to try authentic Indonesian food, nor the exciting chance to visit the bustling city of Denpasar. Escape the tourist trail for the island’s bustling capital on this tour and receive the best way to get a true local experience of Denpasar at night. Visit Denpasar, Bali's capital and biggest city whilst you learn about its culture - make sure you bring your appetite for this one! Upon pick-up from your hotel, your experienced foodie guide will take you to Kreneng, a hot spot known for its night market where all the locals go for the best authentic food in town. You will make stops at five different spots that allow you to taste some of the island’s best flavors from Babi Guling (suckling pig), soto ayam, satay, rice cake as well as local desserts and snacks such as Martabak, Jaja Bali and some tropical fruits.

Denpasar: Museum, Traditional Market and Food Tasting Tour

2. Denpasar: Museum, Traditional Market and Food Tasting Tour

Begin your private half-day sightseeing tour at Puputan Square in the city center. This classic urban park draws many locals and is a great place to learn about Bali’s colonial history. Next, head to the Pura Jagatnatha and Bali Museum, located near the former royal palace of Denpasar. Spend 30-40 minutes exploring its collection and the four main buildings inside the museum that showcase Indonesia’s rich history and cultural heritage. Next, visit the colorful pasar (Indonesian for ‘market’), where locals sell their products and haggle over prices. Pasar Badung is Bali’s largest food market and features fruits, spices and other edible goods sourced from the entire island. Sample different kinds of local food and exotic fruits that you have never seen or eaten before. Your last stop is the Bajra Sandhi Monument, a famous monument and museum, which is located in the capital of Bali, Denpasar. This monument of the Balinese struggle against the Dutch colonists is located in Jalan Raya Puputan Niti Mandala, in front of Denpasar Governor’s office.


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What people are saying about Denpasar

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Not a great start, our booking had been overlooked, though they still managed to get us a guide. Despite waiting 1.5hrs to get picked up it was a great experience to eat where the locals eat, the pork dish and pork broth were amazing and a huge serve, could have been shared. A lot of food, Enjoyed it all. Loved the experience though think the tour is way overpriced, our guide was great given the late notice he was given to pick us up!

tour guide wss amazing, there was only us and him so got to do everything we wanted. he took his time showing us around and explaining the culture that surrounds bali. any questions we had he answered. we were taken to a traditional place to try some food and then somewhere for a traditional lunch which was all included. brilliant day and made us feel very relaxed and welcome in bali

Guide arrived on time for the pick-up and took us around, following the programme very well. Gusde, the guide, was very informative and extremely helpful. I would definitely recommend him. The restaurant he took us to was a good example of Balinese food and the monument had a good historical display.

Gede was the best! We were truly provided an amazing experience for the food tasting tour. The fruits and Indonesian cuisine were really nice! Gede was really helpful and explained things perfectly. Thank you, Gede.

very interesting to get to know the typical Balinese cuisine and type of food and culture