Bali’s Ultimate Foodie Experience Shows Travelers the Real Culinary Landscape

Bali Food Safari is the quintessential travel culinary experience that allows tourists to experience Bali’s world-class dining venues, and dishes in one evening.

Perth, Australia - May 25, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Perth, AU—Bali Food Safari is changing how visitors to the island can enjoy its surprisingly upscale and diverse cuisine. Rated Bali’s best reviewed food experience, the founders of the lauded Bali Food Tours have taken a unique and forward-thinking approach to culinary adventures.

When travellers come to Bali, they often want to experience the expansive dining options this incredible destination has to offer. With such a bustling tourist scene, however, it can be difficult to identify and enjoy the best places to dine.

Bali Food Safari is seeking to change that. On their tour, visitors are led to the most reputable and outstanding dining experiences by a local, knowledgeable multi-lingual tour guide. With exclusivity, intimacy, and hand-picked dishes, this food experience promises to be unlike any other.

With so many different options and delicacies available, Bali’s food scene covers a wide variety of different dishes. To ensure visitors are able to immerse themselves in these many dishes, Bali Food Safari offers a range of “safari” experiences, complete with an interactive food experience.

Among the options are their famous “Seminyak Ultimate” Tour, featuring four world-class venues and twelve exquisite dishes. The Jimbaran Tour highlights clifftop views, exclusive venues, incredible service and unforgettable dishes. The Street Food Safari leads curious souls to try the best Bali street vendors have to offer. The Helicopter Food Safari comes complete with a private chef and mood-setting scenery.

The mysteriousness of the tours is a unique highlight of the experience. Rather than carefully planning each dining experience on the Island of the Gods, the safari experience encourages visitors, and everyone who participates to let go of expectations and enjoy the carefully-chosen dishes by those who know the area best. Creator Simon and his team carefully hand-picks all of the Bali food restaurants visited on the tour based on food quality, incredible tastes, innovative flavors, unique atmosphere, and that indescribable “wow factor”. This careful selection ensures that each stop on the safari is impressive and enjoyable.

By choosing Bali Food Safari over a single restaurant picked from a travel guide, diners can enjoy the most innovative and unique culinary spots all in one night. There is no other gastronomical experience like it on the island, and the creators assure that the safaris present the ultimate foodie experience.

Contact Info:
Name: Simon Ward
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Organization: Bali Food Safari
Address: 6/172 Main St, Osborne Park, Perth, Western Australia 6017, Australia
Phone: +61-490-852-410
Website: https://www.balifoodsafari.com/

Source: NewsNetwork

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