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Book Now for Robert Burnís Night in Bali at the Bali Dynasty Resort Saturday, January 25, 2013


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(1/12/2014)

What has become the second national day of Scotland – Robert Burn’s Night will be celebrated in Bali on Saturday, January 25, 2013, at the Bali Dynasty Resort.

Celebrated each year on the date of the famed Scottish poet's birth for nearly 250 years, Burn’s night traditionally follow a format that includes a traditional Selkirk Grace, the ceremonial cutting of that quintessential Scottish dish of Haggis heralded into the room by a Scottish piper and the time-honored and emotion-filled “Address to the Haggis”

Joining Haggis at the table will be Cock a Leekie Soup, Neeps and Tatties, Scottish Rib of Beef and Hot Sticky Toffee Pudding.

There will also be keynote addresses, Scottish entertainments, the poetry of Robert Burns, a “Toast to the Lassies” and a traditional closing with a rendition of “Auld Lang Syne.”

Starting from the welcoming cocktail until the end of festivities – free flow beer and wine are provided.

Wines for the evening are sponsored by Artisan Estates.

Max Kay

Max Kay - a Famous Scottish Entertainer and also a Western Australian Icon will travel to Bali to serving as Master of ceremonies for the evening. Max has appeared all over the world, including Canada and Carnegie Hall in the U.S.A..

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Max will lead the evening of Scottish poetry and music, aided by members of the Scottish Diaspora living and vacationing in Bali.

Guests are encouraged to add to the Scottish quality of the night by wearing, at their option, the plaid of their clan.

Tickets for the evening cost Rp. 850,000 net (US$72), which covers cocktails, dinner and free flow beer and wine.

Select Scotch Whiskeys will also be available from a cash bar.

A 10% discount is available for advance purchasers of a table of ten.

The Bali Dynasty Resort is also offering special accommodation rates for those wishing to stay the Resort in connection with Robert Burns Night.

Golfing in Plaid

Interest is being surveyed among attendees for a friendly round of 9-holes of golf played in kilts on the Sunday afternoon following the Burn’s night.

For more information or to order ticket Email 


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