Stay in a Bali holiday house with chef and enjoy unbelievable food made from the freshest ingredients – go fishing for tilapia and gurame and and the chef will prepare your catch. PLUS: experience the “real” Bali few people ever get to see, not far from loads of amazing attractions
Most people think a Bali holiday is all about booking into a beach resort and partying every night. For some that’s a choice, but it’s a mistake to think that’s all Bali has to offer. Because if you ask a seasoned Bali traveller, they’ll tell you that “off-the-beaten-tourist track” is where you’ll find amazing experiences and the best value Bali holiday house with chef.
Bali Holiday House With Chef
It sounds amazing, and it really is. You can get a private villa/ with a local chef on hand to feed you royally. It all happens at Bali Palms.
1. Try A Bali Holiday Chef-Prepared Floating Breakfast
Breakfast in the pool – you bet. And why not? Chef serves the freshest fruit, grown right there at Bali Palms, along with specialty smoothies, all set on a floating tray. Or how about a fry up? Yes, seriously, you can have English Breakfast with the “works”, including sausages, bacon, beans and of course, eggs prepared to order – they’re freshly laid by the resident and very obliging hens. And, If you like, there’s a vegetarian option too. And you don’t even have to get out of the pool which is one of the best things about your Bali holiday house with chef.
2. A Bali Holiday House With Chef & A Fishing Pond
Nothing beats fishing for your own supper and you can do it right there at Bali Palms. They have their own ponds, stocked with Tilapia and Gurame. Hook your own and the chef will prepare it to your liking. Try it Bali style – Pepes Ikan – grilled fish in banana leaf with rice and sambals.
3. Learn To Cook Bali Style
One of the perks of a Bali holiday house with chef is having cooking lessons with the man himself. What better souvenir to take home from Bali Palms than some kickass Balinese culinary skills?
Can You Get Bali Houses For Rent With A Chef?
Yes you can, but a Bali holiday house with chef costs a lot. Unless you’re a gazillionaire, rather come to Bali Palms, where you have the villa, and access to a chef all the time anyway (we only have 10 villas, so you’re practically alone here).
How Much Is A Private Villa In Bali ?
If you’re looking to stay at Bali Palms, you can expect to pay somewhere between $50 to $80 per night (depending on how and where you book). Which is way cheaper than most popular hotel rooms – average $100-plus per night.
But here’s a tip: If you book directly with Bali Palms, you get the lowest possible price for your Bali Palms stay – that’s your own luxury Bali jungle villa, with a pool and our chef.
Why Bali Palms?
At Bali Palms there are just 10 brick and bamboo villas each with a private balcony. Set in a lush tropical garden, overlooking the jungle, each air-conditioned villa is utterly secluded. Expect 100 percent cotton sheets and every luxury imaginable. Enjoy the Bali Palms signature outdoor (semi-covered) bathrooms, tiled in natural stone, for the ultimate private, al fresco experience of pure indulgence, including custom-created bath and skincare products. This really is the perfect and most reasonably priced way to have the Bali holiday house with chef experience.
Where Are The Villas In Bali?
Well there are villas dotted all over the island, but right in the heart of the Tabanan regency, the “rice bowl” of Bali, in the area that locals call the “Real Bali,” is the newly finished Bali Palms jungle lodge-escape – come hike, bike or use your own motorized scooter to explore the real Bali and have the ultimate quiet Bali holiday in a typical Bali holiday house with chef.
So What’s On The Menu?
Try the famous Indonesian specialty, Nasi Goreng – fried rice with vegetables, shallots, egg and chicken or Mie Goreng – egg noodles with vegetables, egg and shredded chicken. How about Sate Ayam – grilled chicken with a peanut sate, or a lip-smacking spicy curry?
The chef also cooks incredibly tasty vegan dishes and he’s a whizz at desserts. His Coconut Pandan Panna Cotta is to die for. Or have yummy tropical pancakes with fresh fruit and a drizzle of coconut nectar syrup. Also, grilled pineapple with caramel sauce or poached pear on dragon fruit sauce.
What About Visiting During Covid?
Bali Palms is fully compliant with Covid 19 operating procedures and protocols. And that means that you can book your villa when legislation allows it. When travel is not allowed, you won’t be able to book, will be notified, and even refunded.
What’s There To Do, See & Explore In The Bali Jungle?
Bath an elephant. Get pick-pocketed by a monkey. And fry an egg in an active volcano. You have to try them all at least once: See the most unique “pics-or-it-didn’t-happen” Bali Jungle experiences.
OR: Canoe in a volcanic crater lake, make your own silver rings, and even learn to cook with one of Bali’s top chefs when you stay at Bali Palms in a typical Bali holiday house with chef. Also, get amazing clothes, bags and art at craft markets for rock-bottom prices. Plus the secret beaches and waterfalls you could have all to yourself. We reveal 10 Bali holiday to do musts.
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