Originally conceived by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and first celebrated in Sydney in 2007, Earth Hour is now observed in most nations around the world.
2013 Earth Hour will take place on Saturday, March 23rd between 8:30-9:30 pm local time – wherever you are in the world.
During that hour, the citizens of the world are encouraged to go back to nature by turning off all electrical appliances as a humbling wave of darkness circulates around the globe.
In the process, it is hoped that people everywhere will realize the importance of making a smaller carbon footprint in the effort to control the dramatic climate change now threatening the planet.
Proving that Earth Hour need not be a solemn affair and can also include a celebration of the precious bounty of the planet, the St. Regis Resort Bali in Nusa Dua is organizing a journey from light into darkness culminating in a decadent sensory culinary experience “in the dark” at the Kayuputi Restaurant.
The St. Regis Earth Hour countdown commences shortly after sunset in the Hotel’s Lobby for a sacred fire ritual dance performance.
Guests will the be blindfolded and escorted by the fire dancers to the seaside Kayuputi Restaurant where a Chef Agung Gede will challenge guests palates and sensory discretion via a “blind tasting” of a special five-course degustation menu replete with wine pairings and culminating with dark chocolate Martinis.
Those celebrating Earth Hour at the St. Regis Resort Bali pay only Rp. 1.6 million per person (US$160) including the 5-course blind menu, accompanying wine pairings and chocolate martinis.
The special Earth Hour Blind Tasting will be held in the Mezzanine of the Kayuputi Restaurant.
In order not to be left out in the light on the momentous occasion, reservations are essential and can be made by calling the Kayuputi Restaurant at ++62-(0) 361-3006768 of [Email]
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