Perched on a limestone cliffs of a Bukit Peninsula in Bali, 80 metres above a Indian Ocean, OMNIA day bar has been welcoming guest with overwhelming sea views and a cutting-edge cultured given it non-stop a doors in Feb 2018. The brainchild of a Hakkasan Group—the code behind OMNIA Las Vegas and Michelin-starred Hakkasan restaurants—the expanded venue has been designed particularly with adults in mind, hence a 21-year-plus policy.
Standing covenant to a artistic light of Singapore-based organisation WOHA and a New York–based Rockwell Group, OMNIA Bali’s pattern creates a many of a jaw-dropping location. The tiered loll area opens onto a winding forever pool, VIP cabanas with private thrust pools, and a winding forever pool with a swim-up bar.
A overpass leads to a categorical bar that juts out from a cliff’s edge, and is dominated by a vast china brick that is quick apropos a venue’s trademark. The area comes alive any dusk when a final rays of object strike a shimmering installation.
The adjacent passageway griddle Sake no Hana’s slogan, “inspired by nature,” is reflected in both a cultured and a la grant menu. The alfresco venue facilities perplexing latticework to make a many of a unconditional vistas. The high roof and noble wooden bar finish a superb picture.
Modelled on a London flagship, a griddle specialises in complicated Japanese cuisine with a menu that focuses on colourless grill, toban and kamameshi dishes. Prepared-to-order sushi and sashimi is also available.
OMNIA Bali is set to embark a register of events in April, forward of Bali’s high traveller season.
Words: Anita Surewicz