Experience Our Best in Food, Hotel & Tourism Bali 2012

Food, Hotel & Tourism Bali 2012, International Event, Exhibition


Bali remains at the forefront of the tourism industry in Indonesia, recently receiving the award for the best Spa destination in the world to add to its previous list of world tourism and hospitality awards.

Obyek Wisata Bedugul Bali, Kota Pariwisata BaliTo cater to the growing number of tourists a whole host of new hotels have recently opened with more expected to be completed in this year of 2012 and in the near future.

Big opportunities exist right across the board, in food and drink, bakery, hotel equipment, commercial kitchen and the hospitality sector to meet a more affluent middle class and increasing numbers of foreign arrivals.

The 8th International Exhibition for Equipment, Food, Beverages and Services to support Indonesia’s tourism and hospitality industries is scheduled to take place for 3 days from 1 March 2012 to 3 March 2012.

We would like to cordially invite you to come and visit our booth during this exhibition to experience the best of us, including our unique and complete range of products and services ever exhibited in Bali. To help you find your way to the exhibition, please refer to the following details:

Event:   Food, Hotel & Tourism Bali 2012
             The 8th International Exhibition for Equipment, Food, Beverage and Services to support Indonesia’s tourism and hospitality industries.
Date:    1 – 3 March 2012
Venue:  Bali International Convention Centre
             Nusa Dua – Bali, Indonesia

Why visit us? Simply because you will have the opportunity to meet us in person as we have an excellent track record of introducing new to market product launches. You will have the most time efficient forum with us to explore our state of the art, top quality products, innovations and developments in Kitchen, Food & Beverage market. We look forward to seeing you at the exhibition!

FHT Bali 2012 Exhibition

Food, Hotel & Tourism Bali 2010

Food, Hotel & Tourism Bali 2010 Exhibition

Bali remains at the forefront of the tourism industry in Indonesia, recently receiving the award for the best Spa destination in the world to add to its previous list of world tourism and hospitality awards. To cater to the growing number of tourists a whole host of new hotels have recently opened with more expected to be completed later this year and in 2010.

Food, Hotel & Tourism Bali will once again be held alongside the famous Salon Culinaire organised by the Bali Culinary Professionals. Bali’s best young chefs will once again test their culinary expertise in a exciting mix of competitions.Chefs Cooking Competition Salon Culinaire

Over 5,000 square meters of exhibition space will be filled by thousands of enthusiastic visitors and exhibitors representing Food and Beverage (F&B) equipment suppliers and products during the three-day Food, Hotel & Tourism Bali 2010 exhibition from 11 to 13 March 2010.

Headquartered at the Bali International Convention Center (BICC) at Nusa Dua, Bali, FHT Bali 2010 promotes all things connected to hotel and restaurant operations. This includes state-of-the-art kitchen equipments, room accessories, guest supplies, imported and local food products, software and hardware computer systems and the raw materials used in the preparation of F&B products.

Every day during the show a series of chef’s competitions will be conducted by Bali’s Salon Culinaire. On display will be wedding cakes, bread shows, fruit and vegetable carving, ice carving, creative table set up, fine dining menu competitions and an entire range of cooking competitions.

How to find us

  • Exhibition: FHT Bali 2010
  • When: 11 – 13 March 2010, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
  • Where: Nusa Dua, Bali
  • Building: Bali International Convention Center (BICC)
  • Booth Location: Hall B Stand No. 49 (B49)

To visit our booth, you can simply download, fill in and print your own E-Registration ticket. We are looking forward to seeing you all there 🙂

This competition is supported by Bali Culinary Professionals and Department of Culture & Tourism, Republic of Indonesia.
BCP - Bali Culinary ProfessionalsDepartment of Culture & Tourism, Republic of Indonesia

Dirty Duck in Ubud Bali (Bebek Bengil)

Bebek Bengil Restaurant

Wonder what “Dirty Duck” in Ubud Bali is? For tourists who are visiting the beautiful island of Indonesia, Bali, should not miss to eat “Dirty Duck”. “Dirty Duck” (famously known as “Bebek Bengil”) is actually a restaurant name in Ubud, Bali. It is very well-known for its crispy fried duck served with Indonesian vegetables and delicate sambal (chili). How does “Bebek Bengil” taste? Tasty, yummy, crispy, delicious and mouth-watering! Well at least that’s the comments from our people who recently visited Bali and tried the food.

Many said “Bebek Bengil” actually came from a secret family recipe, but they eventually shared it. The mystery behind the crispiness of the ducks is that they are marinated for 36 long hours in Indonesian herbs and spices including bay leaves, lime, ginger, galangal, coriander. Why take such long 36 hours? Well, that’s part of the secrets. Bebek BengilOnce marinated, they are steamed and then deep-fried in palm oil to get the crispy touch, then voila! The famous Bebek Bengil crispy duck is born.

Bebek Bengil restaurant offers the option to dine on balai-balai, which is the raised wooden sitting platforms available around the restaurant. Sitting and eating on one of these raised floor platforms is often called “lesehan” style. If you want to do this, you probably should reserve one of these platforms beforehand. Eating in one of these platforms/gazebos, surrounded by rice fields and a marvelous garden, will indeed elevate your appetite.

Lesehan At Dirty Duck

With shoes and sandals off, sitting on the platform lesehan style with pillows, just shooting the evening breeze while staring at the verdant rice paddies, the ambience and atmosphere are certainly hard to beat. Our plate of crispy fried duck and rice finally came, to be eaten with our fingers. Under the deliciously crispy duck skin was lean, but tender and full of flavours duck meat. This was served with some nice flavoured urap made with green beans. Perfect! When it comes to price, we have sort of expected it would be heftily priced by the Indonesian standards, but then again it is Bali and one always pays for the great food and ambience.

Bebek Bengil (Dirty Duck Diner)
Padang Tegal Road
Ubud 80571
Bali, Indonesia

Now is your turn to tell us about your Bali or “Bebek Bengil” experience? Please feel free to share and tell us your opinion and experience.