Five Bali’s Delicious Souvenirs You Wouldn’t Want to Miss


Whether you’ve decided to take a tropical holiday in Bali or travel to Bali to attend a convention or event,  enjoy the wonders it has to offer and create memories that will last a lifetime. But as the clock keeps ticking, you may find yourself wishing to bring home just a fraction of the unique experiences you had while staying in Bali to share with your loved ones back home. This is where we come in to help you.

We have compiled a list of the top five most popular edible mementos from Bali guaranteed to have your family or friends asking you for more.

1 | Sarang walet (Edible swiftlet nests)

a row of Sarang Walet

The first on the list is a popular delicacy in Asia, this snack comes from the solidified saliva of the swift bird and is amongst the most expensive edible souvenirs this list has to offer. These are usually sold as dried goods in packets. Due to the pre-digested forms of proteins found in the saliva, this dish comes with numerous health benefits used in eastern medicine, such as promoting growth in children, protecting the immunity of elders, maintaining youthful skin, and also speeding up recovery. If you are seeking some healthy snacks, this unique delicacy may be just what you have been looking for.

Dewata Walet
Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai 209 
Kelan Tuban, Kedonganan, Badung 
Bali - Indonesia, 80361

2 | Pie Susu (Milk Pie)

stacks of Milk Pie

This pie has become an iconic delicacy to carry home from Bali. Directed at those with a sweet tooth is the pie, a golden-crusted pie with a sweet delicate creamy center that comes in a variety of different flavors. Topped with chocolate chips or baked cheese, the ever-so-popular pie susu or milk pie has become one of the most sought out delicacies in Bali. This perfectly packaged pie for one is sold at most souvenir shops along with other pastries that offer you a sensation of taste and texture that are perfect for gifts. These delicate little pies are just perfect for anyone who finds sweet treats enjoyable.

Pie Susu Asli Enaaak
Jl. Nangka Selatan 
No. 163, Denpasar

3 | Jam and honey

Nothing beats scrumptious jam or honey to accompany your breakfast. Especially if it's sourced from trusted local farmers. Rich in flora and fauna, several stores in Bali provide a numerous selection of fine natural products including jams and marmalades made from fresh tropical fruits, as well as jars of honey extracted from high-quality honeycombs. Spread some of these homemade Balinese jams or honey into your bread and savor the exquisite taste of paradise.

Awani Bali
Jl. Mudu Taki No.6A, Dalung, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, 
Bali 80361

4 | Kopi Kintamani (Kintamani Coffee)

a selection of Kintamani Coffees

The coffee of Bali has a distinct taste and is just the cup you need to wake you up in the morning.   If you are looking for something that will instantly bring a smile to those who fancy the taste of coffee, then Kintamani coffee is the perfect choice for you to share with friends and family. Grown on the slopes of Mount Batur, Kintamani, this sweet floral coffee is one of the favorites among coffee connoisseurs all over the world. Its velvety smooth texture pairs perfectly with the clean floral coffee flavor, making this the ultimate gift for coffee lovers out there.

Kintamani Eco Bike coffee
Penelokan Main Rd, South Batur, Kintamani, Bangli Regency, 
Bali 80652

5 | Kacang Kapri (Roasted Peanuts)

The island of Bali is home to a variety of nuts that grow on this paradise island. From macadamia nuts, candlenuts to peanuts; Bali has them all. However top on the list of nuts is Matahari brand peanuts. These fried and spiced peanuts are among the favorites of locals as well as tourists as they offer a tangy flavor on each of the bites. These special nuts will give you a taste you won’t be able to forget.

Erlangga 2
Jl. Nusa Kambangan No.162, Dauh Puri Kauh, Kec. Denpasar Barat, 
Kota Denpasar, Bali 80113

Surprise your family and friends with the fantastic flavor of these Balinese munchies! We can assure you, all of them will be left wishing to be able to travel around Bali! While you're at it, don't forget to bring some amazing Balinese handcrafted souvenirs for your family and friends as well! Last but not least, do also learn more about the CHSE (Cleanliness, Health, Safety, and Environmental Sustainability) protocols, which includes keeping your distance, washing your hands with soap, and wearing a mask. Shop safely and responsibly!