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Bali Cooking Class, Bali Informations

The Adjani Bali Cooking School classes provide a fascinating insight into Balinese life, beliefs and culture through learning about its food, cooking and culinary myths.

Class discussions are relaxed and friendly and are held in the Adjanibali Cooking Class. They include specific references to the role of food in Balinese society, its ceremonial use and religious importance.

Participants learn about the exotic herbs and spices used in ceremonial and everyday Balinese dishes and are encouraged to actively help prepare the lavish Balinese feast that will then be enjoyed with a glass or two of the local herbal tea from our garden,before cooking class start you can see spice garden

Bali islands is one of the thousands islands constructing the Indonesian Archipelago that has long been famous as a leading holiday destination in Asia or even in the world for its exotic and vibrant art and culture, natural beauties and the hospitality of the people. Bali islands covers an extent of 5,632.86 square kilometers consisted of mountain range stretches from the West tip to the East.

Hinduism is adhered by almost 95% of its population of more than 3 millions people, specifically blended with Buddhism and the Ancestor’s worship. It is made inseparable from everyday life and no opportunity is missed to worship Gods in an unending series of ceremony stretches from birth up to after death. The Conducive environment in Bali islands is supported by the Balinese philosophy of life, called “Tri Hita Karana”.

Tri Hita Karana dictates that happines can only be achieved if there are hamonious relationship between human and Gods, between human and their community and between human and nature (its surronding). This philosophy has become a way of life among the Balinese, and is practiced in their daily life. Bali islands has such a mild and agreeable climate the whole year round, with average temperature of the day in coastal areas varies from about 28C (82F) during May-July to abut 30C (86F) in March-October, while the most pleasant weather is between May-September.

 

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