Dining Pavilion by Tirtha Bridal
Tirtha means Holy Water in Balinese. The name was selected from its remarkable location within proximity of Uluwatu Temple, one of Baliâ??s key directional temples.
One of our favorite Bali wedding venues, Tirtha Bridal, has launched another iconic space to celebrate in true tropical style â?? The Dining Pavilion. Strategically positioned to command elevated views over the Indian Ocean, this picturesque setting can host intimate dinners as well as larger celebrations for up to 250 guests.
The two-storey Dining Pavilion is a striking structure with a design that embraces the surrounding tropical environment. Light and airy, it embodies understated elegance to essentially function as a blank canvas for any choice of decorative theme or floral concept.
The Ground Floor of the Dining Pavilion is a versatile space that spills out onto an alfresco veranda edged by a manicured lawn studded with exotic palms. A dramatic glass stage extends over the edge of a limestone cliff and looks down onto a secluded stretch of beach. It is a highly photogenic spot that can be styled for a magical first dance, cake cutting ceremony or cocktail reception under the stars.
Indoors, there is sufficient room for a formal dinner supported by a smart open-kitchen with interactive display stations for appetizers and desserts. A BBQ grill also provides another delicious option where premium cuts of meat and seafood can be cooked to order. This kitchen is the domain of Chef Ryochi Kano who presides over a talented culinary team to create exquisite cuisine served with graceful precision.
A glass-enclosed environment on the First Floor is a visionary interpretation of a well-appointed ballroom. Designed to accommodate 190 people, it takes on the look of a contemporary lounge with a high ceiling and wrap-around balcony providing mesmerizing ocean views. Customized wood panels act as sliding partitions to form three separate function rooms for more private gatherings. Each distinctive area has its own audio-visual system and can be furnished accordingly with smaller groups of 40 or less guests in mind.
The Dining Pavilion complements the adjacent Tirta Uluwatu Chapel, which is encompassed by a collection of glistening waterways. It is a convenient layout that enables bridal couples to plan a cohesive celebration that transitions seamlessly from ceremony through to reception. There is even enough space for an upbeat after party complete with live entertainment, dancing a