Pemulan Bali Farm Cooking School

Community Base

The First And Original Bali Cooking School At Organic Farm In Ubud – Bali

Village cooperative project to enhance Bali’s environmental, social, cultural, and economic sustainability.

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Banjar Patas, Taro,
Ubud – Bali 80561

Open Hours

Monday–Friday: 8am–5pm
Saturday–Sunday: 8am–5pm


If you’ve always been fascinated by Balinese food then why not trade a day of city life for a few hours in the village learning how to cook healthy local food!

Moreover, you’ll have the opportunity to see a side of Bali rarely visited by tourists,

meet the friendly locals, and experience the true culture of Bali you would otherwise never know of during a typical tour.

We bring a new concept of cooking experience “farm to table concept”,

without any doubt that travelers who come to Bali would like to see and witness the culture and rich local traditions.

Through food and way to cook it we would take you to a different way of experiencing Bali to the fullness.

Real Food

We use mostly fresh organic produce

Real Farmer

We grow most of the cooking ingredients

Real Community

Working as much as possible with local

What Customers Are Saying

Our instructor, Wayan, was also the founder/owner.

He was stupendous! I can’t write or say enough about how fantastic he is. Super witty, engaging, and generous, we felt at home immediately. We had a table set for two plus our own kitchen, very romantic. What set this school apart from the others was the variety of dishes that we could make. I made my eight selections from the list of appetizers, mains, and desserts. We then walked through the organic farm and picked our own ingredients. We learned about Wayan’s vision for his community. His mission is keep the local villagers engaged through organic farming, trade, and sustainable enterprises. We saw his concept in action, and it is legit.

The farm itself is beautiful. It’s a totally organic farm, so anything on the grounds is safe to pick and eat right then and there. The assortment of vegetables grown here is really quite beautiful. The guide and cooking instructors are extremely knowledgeable of their crops and their western counterparts/substitutes if you don’t have access to the exact plants used. The kitchen area is covered, but you’re outdoors facing the beautiful farm. The instructions were clear and the recipes are great for beginners and experienced cooks alike. All of the flavors were vibrant and each dish was more delicious than the last. The staff was eager to help and accommodating; you could tell they loved sharing Balinese culture through the cuisine.