Happy Hours at Tiger Palm
Twice a day, seven days a week, enjoy the #urbanswell at Tiger Palm: Happy Hours for everyone
Enjoy a pure moment of beach-like and island lifestyle with friends, chose your favourite mouth watering beverage in our selection of mojitos and signature cocktails, we offer you the second.
You can also share a relaxing moment with your friends, and have two fresh draught beers instead of one !
Buy One Get One Free
4PM-6PM & 10PM-11PM
Cooking Class Program
Experience a day enjoying the rural charm of undiscovered Bali, cycle through emerald rice terraces and meet Balinese farmers for a chat. Schedule :
- Pick up from Seminyak and Ubud areas is at 6 am
- Morning coffee and briefing at the starting point Puri Taman Sari
- Cycling through villages and enjoy the pandan field & rice paddies
- Traditional Market Tour
- Balinese breakfast
- Continue cycling and visit “Pura Dalem Tungkub”
- Coconut tree climber attraction
- Create your own Balinese offering “Canang Sari”
- Back to starting point at Puri Taman Sari
- Balinese Chicken Betutu short course
- Hujan Cooking Class with 5 balinese recipes starts
- Lunch Time
- Enjoy the traditional spa treatments on additional cost
- Back to meeting point in Ubud or Seminyak areas
PRICE: IDR 1,500,000 nett/person
Book now to join the fun!
P: +62 85737484422 / +62 85739490333
Food For Thought (Charity)
Food for Thought is a joint effort from several institutions in Bali’s Food and Beverages industry. Initiated by Will Meyrick, the founding chef of Sarong Group, the program involves well established restaurants including Sarong, Mama San, Hujan Locale, Tiger Palm, Metis and is supported by restaurant suppliers and local brands like Indowines.
The program concept arose from the recognition that tourism in Bali, one of the world’s most popular holiday destinations has unfortunately not shared the positive impact evenly throughout the island. There are many families in the remote rural communities who live in poverty with little or no recourse to income. Food for Thought aims to build the pathway for disadvantaged Balinese young adults, toward higher education and better employment opportunities in the F&B Industry. Will Meyrick the Street Food Chef believes that food does not recognise discrimination, therefore the F&B industry is the perfect vehicle toward the goals.
Collaborating with Bali Children Foundation which has been providing primary, secondary and tertiary scholarships to children in over 44 communities, Sarong Group and its partners send the children to well regarded universities, cover their educational expenses and employ them in the restaurants as part timers so they can earn some income to support their selves. After their higher education, the trainees work full time and hoped to bring a change into their families and communities.
Food for Thought seeks to partner with any organisation in Bali’s Food and Beverage industry which share the same vision. Contact email@example.com for further information.