Grand Ceremonial Dining of Majahapit Kingdom
Hayam Wuruk was the ruler of the Javanese Hindu Empire of Majapahit, he had inherited the throne at the age of sixteen, when the great Patih, the prime minister, Gajah Mada was at the height of his power. Under Wayam Wuruk’s reign, the Majapahit empire extended its supremacy throughout the sprawling archipelago that later became known as the East Indies, and eventually Indonesia.
The Royal TUGUDOM dining experience tells the story of the grand dining ceremonies of the royal expeditions of King Hayam Wuruk of the Majapahit Kingdom through vast areas including Bali. The Majapahit royal entourage traveled on foot, with buffalo-drawn carts, horses and elephants, from the eastern region of Java to Bali, stopping at temples, markets, villages, and ‘tugus’, the monuments of the God of Çiwa.
In Tugu’s Royal Tugudom dining, a parade of staff appears in the costumes of the villagers, soldiers and dancers who would attend to the King and his entourage and they serve you just as they might a Royal guest, loving every moment of the charade that takes all participants back to a glorious time of feasting and merriment.
Rp. 1,255 000 per person (approx USD 108)
Rp. 900.000 per person for minimum 15 persons (approx USD 75)