No one doubts the charm of Bali. This Island of the Gods seems to never run out of attractions. Local and foreign tourists always fill every corner of Bali. The beauty of Bali’s beaches, the sacredness of the temples and its culinary delights will make you not want to go home and leave Bali.
Leaving Bali is indeed a difficult decision. But of course you have to go home and return to your normal activities. To treat your longing for Bali in the future, consider the following summary of 10 Balinese souvenirs:
1. Milk Pie
Milk pie is a mainstay souvenir from the island of Bali. The flat round shape with a crunchy hard edge and a creamy and sticky milk fla in the middle makes the milk pie has a special blend of flavors. Generally what is widely known is the original milk pie, but actually in Bali there are milk pies with various flavors. Milk pie is available in various toppings such as cheese, almonds, raisins and choco chips.
There are lots of milk pie producers in Bali. You will find milk pies with various brands, but certainly all of them are equally delicious. Milk pies can be purchased at many Balinese souvenir centers.
2. Disco Nuts
Don’t come home from Bali before buying disco beans as souvenirs. Disco beans are peanuts that are fried dry after being wrapped in a dough of flour and spices. These disco beans are crunchy and crunchy when eaten. In addition, disco beans are available in various flavors ranging from sweet, spicy-sweet, barbecue to shrimp.
Just like pie susu, there are many trademarks of this disco nut in Bali. To buy it, you can easily find it in a Balinese souvenir center.
3. Pia Legong
With the characteristics of Legong dancers on the packaging, Pia Legong is the next Balinese souvenir that is much sought after by tourists. Pia Legong is made without using a machine and only in limited quantities to maintain the quality of taste. There are at least three flavors, namely cheese, chocolate and green beans.
To buy it, you can come directly to the shop which is on Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai. However, because the production is not in large quantities, you should make an order by telephone in advance.
4. Pork Skin Crackers
Bali can be a culinary tourism destination that is right for culinary fans made from pork. Pork skin crackers are generally available in two options, pure dry pork skin and skin with lard. According to buyers who have tasted it, the second cracker is more delicious because the fat makes the crackers taste more savory.
One of the popular pork skin crackers is Kerupuk Babi Sam Cam Rejeki. You can find these crackers at the center of Balinese souvenirs or come directly to the shop on Jalan Pulau Batam No. 7, Tabanan.
5. Kintamani coffee
Have a coffee fan friend? Just bring Kintamani coffee as a souvenir. This Kintamani coffee is one of the best quality coffee beans in Indonesia. Together with Gayo coffee and Flores coffee, Kintamani coffee has received a Geographical Indication certificate, which means that this coffee meets international coffee standards.
Kintamani coffee has a unique taste that you can’t find in other coffees. With an intercropping plantation system, coffee trees are located on terraces along with other crops such as oranges, cacao and various vegetables. This makes the Kintamani coffee taste a little sour because it is mixed with the aroma of orange.
This coffee can be found in many Balinese souvenir centers. However, if you want to buy and see first hand the traditional coffee processing process, please come to the Kintamani area, Bali.
6. Bali Home Spa
This one gift is perfect for your friends and sisters. Home spa products from Bali will allow anyone to do their own spa at home, without having to bother coming to a body care salon.
Balinese home spa products are available in various brands, you can choose the one that best suits your needs. For product variants, besides body butter and body scrubs, body mist and shampoo are also available.
You can find these products in Balinese souvenir centers and also shopping centers such as Discovery Mall.
7. Celuk Bali Silver Craft
Known as the best silver producing area in Bali since 1976, Celuk Village is increasingly recognized by domestic and foreign tourists. Celuk Village’s signature silver handicrafts are of various shapes and types, from jewelry, statues to spoons and forks.
If you don’t have time to visit Celuk Village directly, you don’t need to worry. You can also get this silver craft in art markets spread across Bali such as Sukawati Market and also the Nusa Dua area.
8. Balinese Beading Crafts
After its very beautiful silver crafts, Bali also has various and equally beautiful bead crafts. With their creativity, Balinese people are able to create various cute accessories from beads such as necklaces and bracelets. Apart from body accessories, beads can also be transformed into beautiful pouches which can be sweet gifts for your friends in their hometown.
It is not difficult to find these bead crafts in Bali. You can buy it at almost all markets on the Island of the Gods. In addition, these souvenirs are also sold around many tourist attractions in Bali.
9. Balinese Batik
Not only Yogyakarta and Pekalongan can boast about batik, it turns out that Bali also has distinctive batik. To make your batik collection more complete, don’t forget to stop by Batik Galuh Bali, which is located in Batubulan Village, Sukawati District.
Come to Batik Galuh, you can not only buy the products. You can see the process of making batik cloth and even learn to make batik. Apart from being sold in sheet fabric, batik here is also sold in the form of finished products such as dresses, shirts and bags.
You haven’t been to Bali if you haven’t stopped by Joger. With its slogan ‘The Factory of Words’, Joger is indeed synonymous with its product design which uses sentence play both tickling and sarcastic. Various Joger products that you can buy as souvenirs include t-shirts, sandals, mugs, bags and key chains.
Don’t hesitate! Just come to Jalan Raya Denpasar – Bedugul KM 37.5. Don’t be held back if you want to laugh when you read the fun sentences in the shop.
sumber : anekatempatwisata.com