Indigenous Experience At Banyubiru

Dining | Written By, NOW! BALI |

Most visitors to the ‘Island of the Gods’ wish to experience a deeper connection to Bali’s rich cultural heritage. At The Laguna, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, guests have the luxury to fully participate in the new Balinese Blessing and Dinner Ceremony, an authentic evening in celebration of Bali’s preserved rituals. Commencing with a dramatic fire dance at the resort’s candlelit Cascade Bar, guests are led to the resort’s temple, where a Balinese priest awaits to conduct a classic Balinese ceremony with flower offerings, or canang sari, made to the island’s revered Hindu Gods.

Most visitors to the ‘Island of the Gods’ wish to experience a deeper connection to Bali’s rich cultural heritage. At The Laguna, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, guests have the luxury to fully participate in the new Balinese Blessing and Dinner Ceremony, an authentic evening in celebration of Bali’s preserved rituals. Commencing with a dramatic fire dance at the resort’s candlelit Cascade Bar, guests are led to the resort’s temple, where a Balinese priest awaits to conduct a classic Balinese ceremony with flower offerings, or canang sari, made to the island’s revered Hindu Gods.

The evening concludes with a sumptuous Balinese and International buffet dinner at Banyubiru, The Laguna Bali’s award-winning signature restaurant. As premier Balinese dancers perform a traditional Legong dance, the Balinese Blessing and Dinner Ceremony offers diners the opportunity to experience the real Bali without having to leave the comfort of the resort. This indigenous experience is held twice a week on Tuesday and Friday, starting at 6.30pm.!

BTDC Complex Nusa Dua

Phone: 300 5626.

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