All Food and Drink
- Ayung Terrace
Beloved Indonesian dishes, made with vibrant spices and the freshest ingredients, are served alongside captivating river views.
Our poolside lunch spot by the Ayung becomes a smart, contemporary grill in the evening under the canopy of banyan trees, serving fresh dishes made with local ingredients.
- Jati Bar
Unwind with afternoon tea or savour light snacks while looking out at the lush Ayung River Valley from this lounge, decked out in teak wood.
- Chef's Table at Sokasi
Savour the aromas of Balinese cuisine and talk to the chef as you watch your seven-course meal being cooked right before your eyes in Sokasi’s riverside kitchen.
- In-Villa Dining
Choose from an extensive menu of local and international favourites in the comfort of your own villa or suite, day or night.
- Every Day (on request)
Celebrating a special occasion or looking to create an everlasting memory of your time in Bali? There is no more dramatic venue than the Resort’s rooftop lotus pond, floating above the Sayan Valley at eye-level with towering treetops.
- Every day on request, between 6:00 am and 7:00 am
Sunrise Canopy Breakfast
Sleeping in and lazy mornings are some of the perks of being on vacation, but there's a reason why Bali is known as the "Morning of the World." Enjoy a private sunrise breakfast among the treetops on our Rooftop Lotus Pond, while watching the first light of day spread over the forest around you. Please reserve at least 24 hours in advance.
- Sokasi Cooking School
Learn to use Balinese spices in generations-old recipes at our new culinary school.Details
- Megibung Dining Ritual
Inspired by an ancient ritual dating back to 1692 when the King of Karangasem implemented communal dining to strengthen unity amongst his soldiers, the Four Seasons megibung dinner has been adapted for your convenience and comfort while symbolizing the same sense of togetherness and community. Sit under the stars at a private riverside location with live cooking by our chefs at an open kitchen. Taste ancient, rare Balinese recipes that use hard-to-find ingredients and traditional cooking techniques.
- A Green Light
See for yourself the pure emerald green of Bali’s rice fields. We’ll guide you to one of them, where you can help farmers plant the rice, and then to a spa villa for a cleansing and relaxing ritual, followed by a traditional farmer’s lunch by the river.Details