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What's New Pussycat? Dining with Lions in Bali

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner? African Lions if Your Dining at Bali Safari Park's New Tsavo Lion Restaurant.


What is almost certainly Bali's – and perhaps Asia's most unique dining venue has opened with the inauguration of the Tsavo Lion Restaurant at the Bali Safari & Marine Park, located just 20 minutes east of Denpasar on the new Jalan Bypass Professor Ida Bagus Mantra highway.

Set within the 40 hectare site of the newly opened Bali Safari & Marine Park, the Tsavo Lion Restaurant is built in a style reminiscent of a Kenyan Lodge. A circular outer wall constructed of thick tempered glass separates diners from a large pride of magnificent African lions who, during the course of our visit, had a tendency to keep a close watch over our dinner with their noses pressed against the glass window next to our table.

Drinks prior to dinner were served on an open patio where eagles, owls and hornbills sat perched on railings, seemingly listening in on the guests' conversations. On one sides of the patio the lions sat proudly on a stone outcrop, while on the other a herd of zebras, wildebeest and a solitary rhino enjoyed their evening meal. At the entrance to the patio a group of 5 Sumatran elephants acted as a welcoming committee for the privileged guests attending the Dining with Lions evening.

A well-stocked bar, a sumptuous buffet and music provided by an African drum band and lady dancers rounded out a memorable evening.

Bali Safari & Marine Park

Opened in early October 2007. The Bali Safari & Marine Park offers a full range of fun-filled family activities including rides on a Safari Exploration Trams that travel into and through a variety of wild habitats; elephant conservation education show and elephant treks; camel rides; animal education shows; cultural shows; shopping markets; restaurants; a theme park with thrill rides for both children and adults; and a white tiger exhibit presented in a fortress replica of the ancient Indian fortress of Ranthambore.

To learn more about attractive visitor packages [Bali Safari & Marine Park]

In 2008 a Marine Park and 1,500 person state-of-the-art performance center will be opened at the park.

To include Dining with Lions on an conference or incentive program [Bali Discovery Events]

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