Lupis Ketan is the name of a Balinese traditional cake. This cake tastes quite delicious and sticky and has a distinctive aroma. Coming in not too large size and not too thin, it has round shape just like a coin. When being served, this cake is topped with grated coconut and then sprinkled with palm sugar sauce. Enjoying this cake will be more delightful while drinking coffee.
Although it does not belong to a means of ceremonies, this cake is commonly presented to Goddes Sri, the goddess of prosperity in paddy fields. Farmers in Bali believe that by presenting sacred offerings, they will have abundant crops providing good welfare. In addition, this cake is also very close to farmers’ life because it frequently comes as their menu in paddy fields. After working in the field, farmers usually enjoy this cake before having lunch in togetherness.
Although being located far from the urban atmosphere, the Mang Boo Restaurant is never empty of visitors. The restaurant located at Sangeh village, precisely at the entrance to Bukit Sari tourist attraction or about 25 kilometers north of Denpasar, offers delicious and distinctive menus. Mang Boo is open every day from 08:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. serving a variety of menus made from buffalo meat.
When you have long stay in Bali, have you ever tried to taste the freshness of daluman or green vine jelly drink? This native traditional drink is very well known and has been popular in the local community. Primarily at villages, it is definitely easily found. It tastes fresh and sold at cheap price. During this dry season, this kind of drink is very suitable to be taken as a thirst quencher.
When traveling on the Island of the Gods, try to enjoy the peculiarities of loteng sela (a peanut brittle made from cassava). This traditional food is a kind of snack having become a favorite for the Hindu community in Bali. Moreover, farming communities that live in rural areas used to eat rice with side dish like this loteng sela. It is often called crackers or potato chips because it is made from cassava as the main ingredient.
Have no comfortable place to drink coffee? Try to come to Nebula Petitenget, a restaurant outlet at Kayu Raja Villa located on Jalan Lebak Sari, Seminyak. The location is very close to coastal tourist areas and international shopping areas of Kuta. While sitting relaxingly, you can enjoy a variety of fresh menus being rich in nutrients.
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Hindu communities in Bali have a unique way to express their gratitude to God Almighty.…