Having been satisfied to enjoy the natural beauty of Tanah Lot tourist attraction, make your time to drop by at Dewi Sinta Hotel, Restaurant & Spa. The first accommodation in the spiritual tourist destination has two comfortable food outlets namely coffee shop and restaurant. Both eateries are very comfortable, elegant and offer affordable prices. The menus on offer at coffee shop and Dewi Sinta Restaurant are almost the same. However, more tourists prefer to eat at coffee shop because at the venue they can enjoy beautiful and comfortable atmosphere. The menus presented are diverse including; soup, preferred food, vegetarian food, bread, Indonesian selections, traditional basket, ice cream, tropical fruit juice and various beverages.
The atmosphere will be cooler because enjoying the dish in a building perfectly combines the traditional Balinese nuance and open space concept. Having meals here will make us closer to people. While luxuriating in various menus, we can also see the attraction of Balinese culture imbued with Hinduism. Besides, the native cultural attractions often pass in front of the coffee shop. “People that will say prayers to temple, barong effigy that will carry out consecration to Beji spring, and daily ritual activity of local communities are passing in front of our hotel. They can become unique attractions for our guests,” said the owner of Dewi Sinta Hotel, I Gusti Gde Aryadi, recently.
Within a day, added the pioneer of Tanah Lot tourist attraction, about 200 travelers enjoyed eating there. They were mostly from Malaysia, China, Singapore, Hong Kong, Germany and domestic tourists. “The tourists eating here are not making advance booking, but they come directly or drop by after having a promenade at Tanah Lot tourist attraction,” he said. According to him, more tourists began to eat at Dewi Sinta Restaurant from 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Nevertheless, many tourists would also wait for the magnificence of sunset at Tanah Lot while enjoying refreshments served at Dewi Sinta Coffee Shop. (BTN/015)
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