Writen by ockdesigns , November 28, 2015
Tirtha means Holy Water in Balinese. The name was selected from its remarkable location within proximity of Uluwatu Temple, one of Bali’s key directional temples.
Perched on a Cliff top in the Southern tip of Bali, Tirtha Dining overlooks the infinite 180-degree view of the shimmering Indian Ocean. Tirtha’s water theme design is contemporary and sleek, surrounded by stunning water features and pools. The interior features zen-like striking floor to ceiling window, one side of the wall is adorned in silk fabrics accentuating the Japanese Edo era of dyeing culture, Yuzen while the opposite window overlooks the cliff top garden with an infinity pool which dominates the central area, creating natural lighting changes between day and night.
An iconic floating bar of eight shadow boxes designed like the Japanese cut art, lit with LED lighting and a modifiable color reflection gives a magical façade to the location. Ong Cen Kuang “Walk in the Forest” shadow box bar is built on the two-tiered twenty-meter infinity edged pool that adjoins the restaurant.
For pre or post dinner, guests can relax in a romantic Balinese gazebo with soft duvets, and down pillows lead out to the expansive gardens and infinity edged plunge pool. Guest perused the evenings with Chef Hiroyuki Meno optional degustation menu of five, six or seven course.
The destination restaurant elevated on the cliff top provides an intimate and exclusive affair for those celebrating romance, special celebration, wedding reception or a surprise proposal.