UFF20 runs from 17-19 April.
UFF is primarily held at the Festival Hub @ Taman Kuliner (Jl. Raya Sanggingan, Ubud, Bali). Special Events, Food Tours, and some Masterclasses are held off site. Check the individual event pages for locations.
Taman Kuliner is about a 15-minute walk from central Ubud, or you can take a taxi. There is no public transport in Ubud.
We have two, one at Neka Museum and one next to Beji Ubud Resort, both on Jalan Raya Sanggingan. Our free shuttle runs between them and Taman Kuliner. Details below.
Our free shuttle runs every 15 minutes from Museum Puri Lukisan on Jalan Raya Ubud to Taman Kuliner, and every ten minutes from the parking areas on Jalan Raya Sanggingan to Taman Kuliner. The shuttle runs daily from 8am to 11pm.
Indonesia in general is not wheelchair friendly, but we do have staff available to assist people where possible. For people who are Deaf and hard of hearing, please contact Festival organizers to see how we can help. For any specific questions about access requirements, please get in touch via the Contact section of the website.
Check the Buy Tickets page to purchase tickets and for all ticketing information.
The Box Office is at the southern end of the Festival Hub on Jl. Raya Sanggingan. You can purchase tickets to all events here, and have all your Festival questions answered. You can also book transport at the Info Desk, and browse the publications of our Media Partners.
The Kitchen Stage is ticketed. It is next door to Taman Kuliner, at Indus Restaurant. The Special Events, Masterclasses, and Food Tours are also ticketed, and take place at various venues across Ubud. Check the individual event pages for the locations.
For serious foodies, there is only one way to experience the Kitchen Stage, and that’s with a FoodLover Pass. Available for 1, 2, or 3-Day munching marathons, you can buy online or at the Box Office. Your FoodLover Pass needs to be shown upon entry to the Kitchen Stage.
Yes, entry to Taman Kuliner is free, and it is home to a feast of free events, including the Food for Thought discussion sessions, Teater Kuliner Indonesian cooking demonstrations, Film Screenings, Kids Events, and Live Music. It’s also home to 70+ food, beverage, homewares, and fashion stalls. You can view the full list of free events here.
Program books will be available at the Box Office. You can view UFF19 program book online or download it here to learn more about our Festival.
As with any event of this size, schedule changes are inevitable. For the most up-to-date schedule information, always refer to our Schedule Updates page.
Bahasa Indonesia is the national language of Indonesia but most sessions are conducted in English, with the exception of our free Indonesian cooking stage Teater Kuliner, where many chefs mix Indonesian and English.
Where sessions are not conducted in English, this will be specified in the program description.
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We welcome opportunities to be connected with foodies in the industry, so if you would like to explore options for working together for Ubud Food Festival 2020, please do so via the Contact section of the website.
If you would like to volunteer in 2020, please check the Volunteer With Us page next year.