Want to join the team behind Ubud Food Festival, Indonesia’s premier culinary event? We are currently recruiting for a Senior Marketing & Media Consultant to implement a marketing strategy and campaign …
Over 80 volunteers helped keep the wheels turning at UFF17 in almost every area of the Festival, from registering journalists in the Media Center to introducing sessions and speakers as …
Showcasing Indonesia’s diverse cuisines and extraordinary local produce, Ubud Food Festival celebrates the archipelago’s rich culinary heritage and the entire spectrum of its food industry.
Alongside Indonesian chefs, restaurateurs, producers and food professionals, celebrated culinary icons from around the world dish up a program rich in fresh tastes and fresh ideas.
From 12-14 May 2017, the third Ubud Food Festival was enjoyed by 9,000 hungry foodies. Stay tuned to our website, e-news and social media for updates about the fourth Ubud Food Festival in 2018.
Cooking Demonstrations are one hour demonstrations of a chef's technical prowess and culinary passion, all dished up with a healthy dose of charm. There are five per day, across each of the three days of the Festival.View All
With Ubud Food Festival bringing together some of the greatest culinary names from across the archipelago and beyond, sometimes the main program just isn't enough! Join the biggest Chefs from our line-up as they put their best plate forward for your personal tasting pleasure.View All
Want to learn from the hands of the culinary greats themselves? Don't miss out on our Workshop and Cooking Masterclass sessions, your chance to take an intimate learning journey with the chefs and culinary artisans you admire.View All
We know budgets are varied, so we’re dedicated to providing a huge range of free events, from our in-depth Food Forum series to night markets, film screenings, book launches and more. No need to buy a ticket, just bring yourself, and your appetite of course!View All
Ubud is home to a wide range of accommodation options, from cheap and cheerful Balinese bungalows to five-star resorts nestled amongst Ubud’s expansive rice fields and mountainous ridges. No matter what your budget, browse through our range of budget, mid-range and luxury accomodation partners for the UFF17.
Understanding the lay of the land in Ubud can be confusing, with many side-streets and laneways that are bound to lead to adventure (and a tasty meal). Use our helpful Ubud Food Festival map to guide your tongue.
Ubud is often regarded as Bali’s cultural and artistic capital. What seems to most outsiders like one small town, Ubud actually consists of fourteen villages, each run by its own banjar, or village committee. Throughout Ubud are some remarkable places to eat, drink, learn and explore, all amongst a general feeling of peace and well-being.