Bali isn’t only well-known for its culture and beautiful views but also its dishes. Like other Indonesian cuisines, Balinese cuisines are sumptuous of herb and spices and have a spicy taste. Balinese people call these herbs and spices as base genep (mix herbs and spices) such as turmeric, bay leaves, lemongrass, ginger, pepper, red chilies, galangal, garlic, shallots, kaffir lime, cumin, candlenuts, nutmeg, coriander, cloves and many more. Even though many of Indonesia’s regions use these herbs and spices, it has a different taste with the Balinese dish.
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Bali is one of the delightful paradises on earth that people always want to visit all year long. It is famous for its beautiful cultures, warm and friendly people, stunning nature like beaches, waterfalls, mountain views and many more. Most people love the calming atmosphere and the beauty of Bali.
That’s why people love visiting Bali many times and even stay in Bali for years. If this is your first time visiting Bali, then these tips would help you to prepare yourself and determine how long you will stay in Bali.
For you who travel to Bali, visiting and staying in Ubud is a must-do. Many people consider Ubud as one of the authentic destinations that still preserve Balinese’s culture and natural beauty while also blend themselves in modernization.
This makes Ubud worth visiting.