Ubud is one of the most developed tourist destinations today. In addition to its traditions and handicraft products, Ubud is also visited by many domestic and foreign tourists due to its beautiful paddy field and cultural heritages. Desa Visesa Ubud is one of the new destinations surrounded by verdant paddy fields, reviving the local tradition
Ubud is one of the most developed tourist destinations today. In addition to its traditions and handicraft products, Ubud is also visited by many domestic and foreign tourists due to its beautiful paddy field and cultural heritages.
Desa Visesa Ubud is one of the new destinations surrounded by verdant paddy fields, reviving the local tradition and culture of the past starting to be forgotten. It comes to present a dining experience at Warung Tani located amid the garden of permaculture applying the living kitchen concept.
Cooking process by using a variety of Balinese seasoning known as Base Gede is directly taken from the organic garden around the Warung Tani and processed traditionally into a distinctive taste of Bali that can be enjoyed by all walks of life.
In addition to offering Balinese typical food, the Warung Tani also offers various activities that can become a place to relax and gather with family on weekend. Visitors can take one or more of the activities such as animal feeding, village trekking, nature cycling, horse riding, animal camp, permaculture fun journey, compost making and organic gardening learning. Besides, there is children playground providing the opportunities for children to get closer to nature without having to reduce their joy.
To perfect, Warung Tani holds several renovations and adds some facilities as well as programs so as to provide added-value for every foreign and local tourist coming here. After the renovation, it held the ‘Back to Time’ event in the series of the re-launch of Warung Tani for three days (Oct. 29-31).
In the series of the re-launch, Warung Tani took invitees and colleagues to try various facilities and packages starting with village tour where tourists are invited to walk around the village and paddy fields stretching green around the Warung Tani area. Then, it was resumed with having lunch of typical Balinese food taking advantage of a variety of Balinese spices.
More uniquely, guests were also involved in gardening program, where they were invited to plant and pick various types of herbs in the permaculture garden with the concept of ‘living kitchen.’
While at night during the re-launch of Warung Tani, there were diverse intriguing activities such as Balinese dance performances, Balinese dance class, gamelan class as well as craft making class.
Warung Tani is open from 10:00 to 18:00. It also provides the opportunity for guests to have cooking class, where guest can learn to cook Balinese cuisine including the selection of organic ingredients directly from the local garden surrounded by green scenery and cool air of Ubud. (BTN/014)