The St. Regis Bali Resort has opened the first tropical park in Bali located within a hotel premises. Featuring a chef's garden, a dinner venue called "Dulang", a hammock garden, the facility covers 7,000 square meters. The St. Regis Tropical Park was created to complement the 8.8 hectares of beachfront land occupied by the luxury resort, offering a meditative retreat within the resort.
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Designed by award-winning landscape architect Bill Bensley, the Tropical Park flows from the idea of establishing a continuity of creation, fitting in perfectly with the Resort's outdoor amphitheatre, well-established garden, and intimate swinging bales.
Guests enjoy an natural sojourn down a pebbled path, through a park designed to inspire romance and fantasy. The "Dulang,"
has been configured to permit receptions and dinners for up to 60, surrounded by a chef's garden that is home to 40 different kinds of herbs and spices.
At night torches create a romantic feel lighting the way for guests wishing to enjoy cocktails or barbecue. Day time sees guests taking a relaxing stroll while admiring the wide variety of plants and trees, in search of a restful nook on the landscaped bench or a comfortable garden hammock to share with a best selling author.
Not to be missed is the Orchid Pavilion featuring some 50 species of Orchids. The flowers and quaint bird bath create a romantic setting perfect for celebrating a wedding.
"We are continuously looking to provide our guests with additional activities to help them escape to a sanctuary of indulgence and relaxation and the creation of the Tropical Park within the resort is a testament to this commitment", said Frank Beck, General Manager, The St. Regis Bali Resort.
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