Culinary trips – Good food and learn how to cook yourself
Spicy cuisines in Sumatera, sweet culinary in Jogja, extreme food in Sulawesi: getting to know the local cuisine is one of the nicest parts of traveling. In addition to tasting the tastiest dishes, it is also recommended to learn how to make them yourself. Follow a cooking workshop with a local cook and get to know the country even better. You can experience great culinary experiences at many of our destinations.

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Indonesian foods we can't live without

(CNN) — At a poll CNN did a few years ago, our readers voted rendang the most delicious food in the world. Now it's high time to give culinary credentials to that islands-sprawling nation of Indonesia. Its food deserves some time in the…

Extreme Food in Tomohon

Shocking: Brad tries the chef’s special at the Tomohon market, the most macabre meat market in Indonesia, but even he did not expect to see this on his plate. Note: This article contains foods of Indonesia that are not common in the Western…

Nasi Goreng is the Legend

When it comes to food, we can safely say that it’s one of the most important things we think about when planning a trip! Local cooking classes are a great way to learn about new cultures and dishes. Not only have we eaten them, we have…

Taste Fruit Along the Way

The original version of the following post was first published in January 2015 – approximately one year after my family arrived in Jakarta. Since compiling that post, we have continued to sample (and thoroughly enjoy) many new local…

Countries for vegetarians

Indonesia ranked as one of the most vegetarian-friendly countries in the world in travel index Indonesian cuisine has plenty of vegetarian options for those eschewing meat for ethical or health reasons, with tofu and tempe (glorious tempe)…

Culinary in Bali

Balinese cuisine is a cuisine tradition of Balinese people from the volcanic island of Bali. Using a variety of spices, blended with the fresh vegetables, meat and fish. Part of Indonesian cuisine, it demonstrates indigenous traditions,…

Jogja Nightlife

Nightlife in Indonesia: Going Out in Yogyakarta It took just over a week of living in Yogyakarta before my housemates and I were sick of staying in after work. Our weekdays were full of interning at our organizations and evening language lessons,…