To fulfill and giving more facilities for tourists and tourism industry, The Royal Santrian officially launched of elegant new facility Ulu Shanti Wedding Pavilion on early September 2013, attended by local wedding organizers, event planners, travel agents and media representatives in the Royal Santrian resort’s tropical garden.
Ulu Shanti Wedding Pavilion is the collaboration between The Royal Santrian and Watabe Wedding Corporation from Japan. It is a visually inspiring glass structure surrounded by an infinity-edge pool of crystal clear water. The pavilion is just footsteps from the white sand beach of Tanjung Benoa and is blessed with stunning views of the Indian Ocean. Ulu Shanti Wedding Pavilion was designed by Mr. Shinya Yamaji of Living Design to accommodate up to 32 guests. It is a contemporary structure that contrasts harmoniously with the surrounding environment. Bathed in natural sunlight, the pavilion provides an enchanting venue where couples can exchange their vows and commit to the traditions of true love.
With its uplifting architecture and refreshing sense of spaciousness, Ulu Shanti Wedding Pavilion caters to intimate ceremonies of the heart. Guests attending the launch were invited to inspect the pavilion that had been decorated with exotic blooms and other charming touches especially for the occasion. This showcased just one of the many decorative wedding day options that are now available at the resort.
“The Royal Santrian understands that every wedding day is special, and therefore we go out of our way to tailor personalized celebrations filled with precious memories to last a lifetime. Melly Suksmihati, Sales Manager The Royal Santrian promoted “Ulu Santi Wedding Pavilion complements the full range of wedding services now available at the resort. Couples can relax and enjoy the experience of getting married on the island of Bali as we will take care of every single detail.” Melly added. .(BTN/014)
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