Grand Nikko Bali Continues To Promote Balinese Culture Through Its New Collection Of Themed Dinner Options
The world has long acknowledged that Bali’s rich cultural heritage and hospitality traditions are second to none. This has inspired Grand Nikko Bali to further explore the island’s unique identity and keep it alive for more travellers to experience and appreciate. With versatile indoor and outdoor venues making the resort a desirable MICE destination, there are now even more cultural elements available with the launch three new themed dinners.
The majestic Bali Agung dinner will transform any event into an extravagant affair with touches of refined Balinese luxury. From the exquisite hand-painted golden fabrics representing the island’s royal heritage to the bundles of exotic frangipani blossoms, every single detail is meticulously planned. Similarly, Bali Madya is a themed dinner emphasizing the understated elegance of a palatial banquet. It is a style once reserved for members of the noble class and is characterized by gebogan centrepieces on each table. Both setups are enhanced with golden ornaments to showcase Bali at its very best.
For a more low key dining experience, the Pojok Bali theme is simple yet shabbily sophisticated with a décor of vintage chic pieces. It presents a rare opportunity to step back in time to a bygone era with an array of rustic table settings. The combination of hand-crafted bamboo lanterns, woven utensil pockets and table clothes made from repurposed hessian sacks adds to the overall charm.
Meeting events hosted at Grand Nikko Bali also have the option of culturally-inspired coffee breaks under the banner of “Desa Bali”. This name literally translates as “Balinese Village” and it invites delegates to learn about Bali’s traditional way of life with an array of activities. The resort’s Balinese associates are on hand to demonstrate how to make offerings, play gamelan instruments and perform a few graceful dance movements. This takes place as aromatic Balinese coffee and sweet treats are served for a little taste of what the island is really all about. In addition, Grand Nikko Bali offers an all-inclusive culinary experience that is sure to impress international meeting delegates. Paon Bali hosts a Balinese Night Market every Friday evening featuring an extensive spread of local cuisine accompanied by a performance of classic dance and musical entertainment.