People usually serve rice with a side dish of chicken, fish, and eggs, while the breakfast to be provided is traditional cake made with ingredients such as community garden crops such as cassava, taro, bananas, and corn.
Yes. Three meals per day will be provided. Guests are also able to bring their own snacks for outside of this time, and tea and coffee is also available throughout the day.
Yes. Natural spring water will be boiled before being served to all guests.
Visitors will eat similar food to their host family, so only Indonesian food will be available.
If you do not eat rice, bread can be provided instead, but please let us know in advance. Non-spicy food will always be provided and can be served separately.
Yes, vegetables such as pumpkin, cassava leaves and papaya leaves as well as fruits such as banana or papaya will be provided.
The local typically consume alcohol (palm wine) in small quantities.