Do you know that Bali, which is situated at the westernmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands between Java to the west and Lombok to the east, is lovingly called the ‘Island of Gods’? If not, you must make sure about this fact. Being an island and province of Indonesia in the south eastern part of Asia, this island destination is regarded as one of the top tourist destinations in the world. All the year round, numerous honeymoon couples, vacationers and backpackers from every nook and corner of the world throng to this island destination to enjoy the tour. For making the tour of this destination easy, comfortable and convenient, Cheap Bali Holiday Packages are specially designed by ARV Holidays, one of the leading tour and travel operators of India.
The cuisine of Bali, which uses an incredible variety of spices, blended with the fresh meat, vegetables and fish, is a traditional cuisine of the Balinese people from the volcanic island of Bali. Being a part of the Indonesian cuisine, this cuisine has the other Indonesian regional cuisine, Indian and Chinese. Being the main grain, rice is always consumed as a staple accompanied with meat, vegetables and seafood. Here, the wide use of pork, fruit, chicken, seafood and vegetables is made.
Balinese foods comprise Lawar (chopped chili, garlic, coconut with chicken or pork meat and blood), Balinese sate called ‘Sate Lilit’ made from spiced mince pressed onto skewers, which are often lemongrass sticks, Bebek Betutu (duck stuffed with spices wrapped in banana leaves and coconut husks cooked in a pit of embers), Babi Guling also called ‘Celeng Guling’ (a spit roasted pig stuffed with turmeric, chili, ginger and garlic).
In Bali, the mixed rice is known as ‘Nasi Campur Bali’ or ordinarily ‘Nasi Bali’. Mixed rice wrapped in a banana leaf is mostly sold by street vendors. Martabak Manis (dessert) is a sweet pancake, which is often sold by street vendors in the evening with several fillings such as chocolate sprinkles, condensed milk, crushed cheese and peanuts. Iga Babi is made by using the Balinese pork ribs.
The beverages of Bali include the famous Balinese coffee, hot tea, Kopi Bali, Teh Panas, and much more. Here, the people mostly serve tea with sugar (Gula) and condensed milk (Susu). Brem, which is made from Balinese rice, is an alcoholic beverage wine. This wine is produced of a fermented mash of black or white Glutinous rice (called ‘Ketan’) using a dry starter, known as ‘Ragi Tape’.
Thus, we can say that Bali is rightly regarded as one of the top tourist destinations in the world. In case of being willing to go to this beautiful destination, you can book Bali Honeymoon Packages from India. All of these tour packages, which are affordable to the budget for all types of people, can also be customized as per the requirement of the clients. So, get immediately ready to have romance in this destination at its fullest.
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