Bali Street Eats with Go-Jek

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Discover Bali's hidden streets as you wander through the city on a Go-Jek during this evening tour. , Journey along the bustling city roads, gather outside local warungs, and enjoy samples of Indonesian fare while your expert guide tells you the history of the city.

Start of your day as you make your way to the beach and cool off with a young coconut drink or a refreshing bottle of Bintang beer. Then, meet your guide and start your exciting evening at Beachwalk shopping center where you are introduce to your personal Go-Jek (motorcycle) driver for the day.

Hop on the back of your motorbike and whiz through Kuta to taste 3 contrasting Indonesian dishes. First, sink your teeth into some savory tempe penyet, a crushed fermented soy beans in a Indonesian spiced tomato sauce with an invigorating fresh fruit juice at Juice Corner.

Then, jet to Bemo Corner, a street lined with warungs, traditional local food stalls with an incredible variety of grub. Warungs have become iconic symbols of Bali and are small wooden, bamboo, or thatched material establishments that are used to sell anything from unique items, to groceries, and are also the sites for local restaurants, selling from traditional chicken soup to chicken wrapped in banana leaves.

Listen as your guide explains the crucial role warungs play in the lifestyles of the Balinese and how they became commonplace in tourist terminology. Stop to have a chat with some locals outside one of these humble businesses, learning about the evolution of the warung in contemporary Indonesia.

Afterward, cruise to Patung Kuda next, a famous statue near Bali Airport and a popular local hangout where your last meal awaits. Enjoy a sip of juice made from fresh fruit as you walk toward your final sightseeing stop, the Bali Bombing Memorial.

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