A group of seven leading journalists from Australia accompanied by three executives of Creative Holidays were recently put to work in the kitchen of Bali's luxurious Maya Ubud Resort and Spa.
Enrolled in the Resort's Balinese Cooking Class the group learned the intricacies of preparing 5 Indonesian dishes from expert Balinese chefs before sitting down to sample the results of their labors over a Balinese lunch.
After Slaving in a Hot Kitchen, Some Pampering
Concerned that the visitors may have exhausted themselves in the kitchen and at the dining table, the Resortís management later arranged traditional Balinese massages at the riverside Spa at Maya.
Justin Montgomery, Managing Director of Creative Holidays, one of the Australia's leading travel wholesalers, said, "The trend of our customers now is to stay in four and five star hotels, as well as boutique resorts, where previously they preferred to stay in three star hotels."
Montgomery said this fact was one of his main consideration in deciding to let the group experience the facilities of Maya Ubud Resort & Spa, including cooking class and spa.
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