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A Special, One-Night Only Chinese New Year Dinner at The ANVAYA Beach Resort Bali


Celebrate the Year of the Metal Rat at the heart of Bali, only at Kunyit Restaurant at The ANVAYA Beach Resort Bali

The vibrant Chinese New Year celebration season has also arrived at the Island of Gods, and The ANVAYA Beach Resort Bali in Kuta will host a special dinner to celebrate this annual festival. Cheer together in the festivities with the famous lunar toss with Chinese High Tea, continued with a delightful dinner celebration featuring spectacular Barongsai or lion dance to keep all guests entertained all night long.

On Saturday, 25 January 2020, award-winning Kunyit Restaurant will offer a special, one-night only Chinese New Year buffet dinner. Starting at 6pm, the dinner is priced at IDR 420,000++ for adults and IDR 210,000++ for kids inclusive of free-flow Chinese green tea.

Celebrate the Year of the Metal Rat at the heart of Bali, only at Kunyit Restaurant at The ANVAYA Beach Resort Bali

The ANVAYA Beach Resort Bali is delighted to invite guests to indulge in a sumptuous spread of original Chinese cuisine such as Peking duck, suckling pig, dim sum, noodle treasures and much more, while also watching the unique performance of Chinese Barongsai and traditional Balinese Barong dance throughout the exquisite evening. For more information and to reserve your table, please call +62 361 2090 477 or email to [email protected].