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The holiday vibe is here, and The Mulia, Mulia Resort & Villas – Nusa Dua, Bali beckons you to celebrate the festivity with a series of exciting programs, feasts and entertainments to ring in the new year. With the excitement of the holiday seasons, The Mulia HOLLY JOLLY HOLIDAYS It is time to fall in love with Christmas all over again at Mulia Bali. A wonderland of exquisite feasts and fun celebrations await this holiday season for you to share with family and friends.

First, as we talk about Christmas, feel the spark and joy of Christmas with heartwarming holiday songs from a special choir performance by the Mulia Lake at The Bar on Christmas Eve. Sing along to the classic tunes before enjoying the lavish culinary presentations at Mulia Bali’s signature restaurants and bars. Embark on a global culinary adventure at The Cafe with seven cooking theatres featuring festive dishes from fresh Japanese sushi and sashimi to spicy Indian curries, refreshing Thai salads and more.

If that’s not enough, delight in the marvellous cuisine of the Mediterranean and Pan-Asian at Soleil. With the stunning Indian Ocean backdrop, feast your way to a selection of homemade pasta, premium meats and the freshest seafood on Christmas Eve or join the famous Brunch on Christmas Day with freeflow wine and savour the chef’s holiday specials. For an exotic take on holiday feast, Table8 offers fine Chinese buffet with a selection of freshly made Cantonese style dim sum as well as stir-fry and assorted Chinese barbecue among other delectable authentic dishes. Or be amused with a remarkable display of culinary skills from their chefs with the Japanese Teppanyaki dinner at Edogin.

Entertainments are also available. Surely, dinner with a show will surely make your hearts glow. Mulia Junior VIPs can meet Santa Claus on Christmas Day and capture the special moment with the jolly good man. Santa will also bring special surprise for those who have been nice all year long. A SPECTACULAR YEAR-END CELEBRATION AT MULIA BALI Indulge in a series of lavish buffets at Mulia Bali’s renowned signature restaurants and celebrate the coming new year with exceptionally delicious and extensive dinner affairs. From the seven cooking theatres at The Cafe, the Cantonese dim sum at Table8, the teppanyaki dinner at Edogin to the fresh pasta and seafood at Soleil – the choices are endless.

That’s not all that. Join the New Year countdown at the Grand Ballroom with the signature Mulia New Year Celebration featuring international performers Royalty Show Band. ‘Royalty Showband’ is a show-stopping 9-piece band offering a variety of top hits from the ’50s
through to the most recent popular songs. Our handpicked musicians have played with some of the world’s biggest and most current artists including One Direction, Dua Lipa and Ella Eyre. The talented singers have also featured in the West End’s biggest musicals including The Lion King, Thriller, Motown and Rent. Royalty’s musicianship is unrivalled, and the talented cast is guaranteed to have you dancing all night long. Covering everything from Justin Timberlake, Camila Cabello to Elton John & Pharrell, Royalty’ will be sure to get the party started!
MULIA KIDZ HOLIDAY HOLLAPALOOZA.

Mulia Bali team will make sure that the Junior Mulia VIPs will have the best fun this festive holiday with a series of super Cali fragilistic expialidocious activities – from splashing fun on the water slide and fun water games at Splash Pool to arts, crafts and games at Mulia Kidz and T-Zone. Playtime never stops at Mulia Bali.

The Mulia Bali
Jalan Raya Nusa Dua Selatan,
Kawasan Sawangan, Nusa Dua 80363, Bali, Indonesia
T: (62-361) 3017777
E: [email protected]

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