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.

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Customers can walk through a coffee farm.
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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.

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You can plant seeds at the nursery.
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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.

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