2019 Culinary Tour To Bali Accepting Registrations (Limited Seats Available)
(June 27 to July 12, 2019)
Discover the island of Bali with award-winning cookbook author and chef Christina Arokiasamy and explore a world where time stands still, but whose culinary delights are an indulgent adventure for all your senses. Join us on a small group exclusive island tour where you can dine like a local, from street food to the finest 5-star gourmet experiences. The Bali Culture and Cuisine Tour further immerses you on a cultural journey that seeks to enlighten, enrich, and entertain. This custom-made tour combines face-to-face encounters with locals, ancient temples, and more adventurous activities—perfect for those who want to experience Asia as a traveler, not a tourist.
Enjoy the world of traditional performing arts. Experience a cooking class in an open-air authentic Balinese kitchen. Visit a lively market, museums, and art spaces that are distinctly Balinese and Javanese. Taste Bali’s signature Bali Guling—the island’s favorite open-fire roasted suckling pork served with red sauce over local greens and coconut-infused rice and famously local satay hot off the charcoal grill.
Traditional preserved culture is what sets Bali apart from other sun destinations—renewed daily by graceful palm leaf and flower offerings that line the streets everywhere you go.
Registrations open for Culinary Paradise – Thailand and Singapore 2019
(Dec 3rd to Dec 17, 2019)
In the north, experience the picturesque mountain valleys, exotic hilltribe villages, shimmering pagodas and monasteries to lush emerald green rice paddies of Chiang Mai, Thailand. In the south, the white sandy beaches of Koh Samui welcomes you and the spice plantations in all its tropical splendor. A trip to Thailand also brings you to explore the street-food tour of Bangkok by the Chao Phraya River dubbed “the Venice of the Fareast”. You will feast and experience the best of Thailand’s fragrant cuisine at sought after restaurants.
Continue the tour and delve into the cultural and culinary quarters of Singapore. The walking trails takes you through the nooks and crannies of the tastiest neighborhoods to tiny trinket shops. These are private tours led by experienced cookbook author and chef and her local experienced UNESCO tour guides to ensure your journey will be well planned, carefully managed, and of the highest quality as an insider and not a tourist.