The Faces

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WANA IS THE WORD FOR JUN­GLE IN BA­LI­NESE lan­guage. Bali Zoo’s op­u­lent restau­rant, lounge and bar is an en­chant­ing des­ti­na­tion in its own right and no ad­mis­sion ticket to the zoo is re­quired to come and en­joy the sump­tu­ous de­lights it has to of­fer.

Lo­cated near the en­trance of Bali Zoo and perched next to a spa­cious and open air lion habi­tat, Wana houses a won­drous col­lec­tion of rep­tiles and pro­vides an in­ter­rupted panoramic view of the lions be­low.

Wana’s rus­tic in­te­rior and fur­ni­ture is cus­tom made by lo­cal crafts­men us­ing re­claimed wood from a tra­di­tional In­done­sian Phin­isi ship as well as sal­vaged iron wood and ly­chee tree tim­ber. Wana’s

unique chan­de­liers are made from dis­carded deer antlers, adding to the en­chant­ing ex­pe­ri­ence of ex­plor­ing the wild with­out hav­ing to travel to the jun­gle.

Whilst en­joy­ing sounds and sight of the wildlife guests can ex­pe­ri­ence Wana’s ex­quis­ite sig­na­ture cock­tails such as Night­fall at the Zoo, Mo­jacky-to, Grape­fruit Mar­tini, White San­gria, and cap­ti­vate the palate with the restau­rant’s favourites Nasi goreng mawut, Ikan acar kun­ing, Ba­li­nese plat­ter and a de­li­cious se­lec­tion of freshly pre­pared ta­pas.

Af­ter­noons can be spent en­joy­ing ex­clu­sive Jun­gle So­cieTea menu, the restau­rant’s Jun­gle So­cieTea takes the ex­pe­ri­ence of tra­di­tional af­ter­noon high tea to another level. Imag­ine en­joy­ing a re­lax­ing cup of hot tea ac­com­pa­nied by de­lec­ta­ble light bites while ob­serv­ing a pride of lions in their jun­gle eco-habi­tat from just me­ters away!

The bar of­fers eight va­ri­eties of qual­ity tea to choose from rang­ing from clas­sic and scented black teas to green teas to herbal teas in ad­di­tion to a wide ar­ray or re­fresh­ing bev­er­ages and de­lec­ta­ble cock­tails.

Open daily from 9am till 10pm, Wana of­fers a fine South East Asian menu with ex­ten­sive range of cock­tail.

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