The Samaya

Bali is a fascinating paradox but one thing we could always rely on was the food. We had many fabulous dining experiences, the surroundings equally as impressive as the menus. Breeze at The Samaya at Seminyak was one of the most memorable. The sun was already low when we arrived, the palm trees reflecting in the calm waters of the pool.

1.Samaya2.Samaya

Our party of eight had a very special table under our own canopy.

3.dinner setting

We had wonderful views of the beachside diners, the ocean and the gorgeous sunset.

4.Samaya5.Samaya

The food was beautifully presented, Michael started with his favourite sashimi and I opted to sample everything for the main course.

6.sashimi7.mixed plate

The resort is set in two hectares of tropical gardens, pools and villas inviting a state of ultimate relaxation. The setting of the sun certainly didn’t diminish the enchanting    ambience.

8.resort grounds9.resort grounds10.resort grounds

If we were ever to visit Bali again, it would be nice to stay at The Samaya or at least return and relive this lovely evening.

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