Starbucks Opens Their Biggest Southeast Asian Branch in Bali

You can walk through a coffee farm!

(SPOT.ph) There are lots of reasons why Bali should be on your bucketlist, from pristine beaches, hip IG-worthy hostels and beach clubs, and a ton of good food and warm hospitality. Here's something else to add to that list: Starbucks just opened a coffee sanctuary on the island, the largest Southeast Asian branch of the coffee chain so far.

PHOTO BY Starbucks
Customers can walk through a coffee farm.
PHOTO BY Starbucks
ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW

The Dewata Coffee Sanctuary, which is 20,000-square-feet wide, takes you on a coffee journey from bean to cup, starting with the coffee farm that customers can walk through. The store will also feature a seedling nursery where you can de-pulp and wash coffee beans. On the second floor is also Starbucks' first coffee-seedling greenhouse.

You can plant seeds at the nursery.
PHOTO BY Starbucks
CONTINUE READING BELOW
Recommended Videos
PHOTO BY Starbucks
ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW

The café itself is gorgeous, with live flora and fauna from the region, as well as art installations by local artists. The menu will also carry over a hundred exclusive drinks, including a picture-perfect Lavender Latte. Time to pencil in that flight, stat!

The Starbucks Dewata Coffee Sanctuary is at Sunset Road, Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia.

Share this story with your friends!

Help us make Spot.ph better!
Take the short survey

Read more stories about

Latest Stories

Load More Stories