In August 2016 we get inquiry from a brand new resort located in Jl Sunset Road Kuta Bali, it’s call “Royal Tulip Jineng Resort” with unique design that inspired from traditional Balinese house call Jineng. In this resort they have some outlets to serve the guest such as restaurant, lounge, pool bar and ballroom. Every outlet have a unique name that taken from traditional Balinese culture.
Dhanya Restaurant In ancient Sanskrit, the word “dhanya” means “Rice”. To the Balinese, rice is more that just the staple food, It is an inseparable part of daily life as well as an important part of the island’s history and religion. Given its culture importance in Balinese life, rice is viewed as a gift from the Gods which must be honored through ceremonies and offering to Dewi Sri, the Goddess of rice and prosperity.
Jineng Lounge, Uniquely styled and exquisitely appointed, the Jineng Lounge is an architectural achievement in itself. For centuries, the rice farmers of Bali have built and used jineng; simple wooden structures used to store rice seeds and as a place to rest after long day’s harvest. The jineng has become a unique symbol of Balinese heritage and it is proudly incorporated into the Golden Tulip Jineng Resort.
Phalastana Amphitheatre, Phalastana is a sanskrit word meaning “the stage in which fruits or result are enjoyed“. Erected at the center of the resort, it is an oval-shaped arena with tiers of seats. The place is devoted as an area for celebrations, from cultural performances to romantic wedding vows.
Sanjana Ballroom, In Sanskrit, Sanjana means “one who is in tune with the creators or uniters“. Golden Tulip Jineng Resort aims at providing a versatile venue to accommodate a wide range of events, from business meetings to birthdays, parties or press launches. Whether it is an intimate gathering or unforgettable wedding, Sanjana is an ideal space to bring people together for any occasion.
Naveen Pool Bar & Grill, is the Sanskrit word for “new“. Bali has changed markedly since the landing of the Dutch in 1597, the island’s first contact with western world. Tourism began in Bali in 1924 when the Dutch Navigation Company (KPM) opened a tourism bureau. Years later, the increase in tourism can be felt throughout the island in numbers of resorts, hotels, restaurants, transportation services, and other tourism services. Although the new Bali is no longer the same, the Balinese have managed to preserve their cultures and traditions. Naveen Pool Bar & Grill offers east meets west inspired menu featuring selected grilled meat and fish.