Immerse in Anantara Uluwatu’s Culinary Adventure

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Immerse in Anantara Uluwatu’s Culinary Adventure

At Anantara Uluwatu Bali Resort guests are ensured to always have something to do at the resort. Be it relaxing at the infinity pool while enjoying the colourful sunsets, spending fun times with towel arts, coconut leaf weaving, batik painting, ceramics making or learn the graceful movements of the authentic Balinese Dance as the resort provides these lessons for our in-house guests. Rest assured there will be something worth doing!

As the resort’s brand promises the authentic local experiences, Anantara Uluwatu Bali Resort is adding a complimentary for in-house guests to host tasting sessions throughout the durian season (November – January). As one of their regular activities on offer, sessions will be held every Tuesday or Sunday at 4PM on the garden lawn. Fresh durians will be bite-sized, and worry not about the smell as guests will be given gloves to avoid any lingering odour.

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The King of Fruits is indigenous to Southeast Asia and is sweet, rich, creamy – and notoriously pungent. While more and more hotels are banning the fruit entirely, Anantara encourages guests to simply try it, and see what the fuss is all about.

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