Ubud Food Festival


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The Ubud Food Festival will return between 31 May and 2 June, offering you the tastiest food experience the island has ever seen.

Themed ‘Take it to the Streets’, this year’s festival will be a flavorful expedition across the streets of Indonesia and beyond, where every bite tells a story of tradition, innovation, and pure culinary bliss. We’ve got a whole array of mouthwatering food sellers from Asia’s bustling streets for you to choose from, so there’ll surely be something to suit your taste.

Festival Passes for the island’s best feasting weekend go on sale in March. If you want to get exclusive pre-access for our Special Events and Masterclasses where you can meet and learn from the region’s best street food heroes and talents, sign up to our newsletter today:

Ubud Food Festival


Join us for the opportunity to communicate your key brand messages to food lovers from across Indonesia and associate yourself with the most prestigious chefs, culinary entrepreneurs, and restaurants on the island.



Special Events

From long table lunches to culinary collaborations between Southeast Asia's leading chefs, our Special Events put the best of Bali on the table

Teater Kuliner

Celebrating the deliciousness and diversity of Indonesian cuisine; at the Teater Kuliner stage, you can taste the creations of the archipelago's most talented chefs.

Food for Thought

Home of compelling conversations and unique insights, this stage is an opportunity to come together to share stories, swap ideas, and unite in supporting the vibrant and sustainable future of the culinary industry.

Live Music & Art

When the sun sets, it will only get warmer at Ubud Food Festival 2022. In the evenings, we bring you Bali’s most talented young musicians.


Discover the Festival Theme ‘Soil’: Invitation to Studio Gelombang’s Exhibition Opening

12 June 2023 Blog

Experience the unveiling of Studio Gelombang’s art exhibition ‘Soil’ at Indus Restaurant. Join us on 15 June, at 6:30pm for an extraordinary display of 34 mind-blowing artworks created by young …

Media Accreditation Call Now Open

26 May 2023 News

We are excited to invite all media professionals, to apply for accreditation for the 2023 Ubud Food Festival (UFF). Following our previous announcement of the first lineup of award-winning culinary …

The Festival Theme ‘Soil’ Seeks To Celebrate The Food & The Life Force That Our Spiritual Mother Gives Us

27 March 2023 Blog

Southeast Asia’s leading culinary event has unveiled its theme of this year’s festival— ‘soil’. This year, our festival will be paying tribute to soil—the living element that provides 95% of …

UFF22# Partnership Report – Our Festival Made A Big Impact

01 September 2022 News

The UFF22# Partnership Report has landed, and it shows the Festival positively impacted audiences and partners who invested their time and their faith in us. Over the weekend of 24-26 …


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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.

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