Mak­ing Business a Plea­sure

Lush gar­dens, five-star din­ing plea­sures, gor­geous swimming pool. Sounds like a great re­sort? It re­ally is at Bumi Surabaya City Re­sort, where Me­lani Se­muel dis­cov­ered that business can be a real plea­sure.

Maxx-M - - COVER STORY - Pho­tos by Jef­frey Se­bas­tian

hen­ever I go to Surabaya there is one thing that I must do: din­ner at Night Mar­ket – Siti Ing­gil. Lo­cated at the Ma­japahit Gar­den of Bumi Surabaya City Re­sort, Night Mar­ket – Siti Ing­gil of­fers a unique 3-in-1 con­cept while you can en­joy a wide va­ri­ety of food from the re­sort’s 3 restau­rants, Siti Ing­gil, Kiza­hashi and Aru­ma­nis. Siti Ing­gil of­fers a chance to dine un­der the stars in Ma­japahit Gar­den. Its menu fea­tures the best of In­done­sian, Ja­panese, Ori­en­tal and in­ter­na­tional cuisines. There are more than 100 dishes that are served on a ro­tat­ing ba­sis, so reg­u­lar guests can try some­thing new each time they visit. I have been to the Night Mar­ket – Siti Ing­gil plenty of times, yet I al­ways come back for more. I like ev­ery­thing about it from the re­laxed am­bi­ence, the unique con­cept and, most of all, the flavour of the dishes. Ma­japahit Gar­den in the evening is a serene venue with lanterns hang­ing in the trees, cast­ing a ro­man­tic glow across ev­ery­one and ev­ery­thing.The food is pre­pared just as ven­dors hawk­ing their wares

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