Starbucks' Stunning Coffee Sanctuary in Bali Is the New Tourist Spot

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Photo of Starbucks' Stunning Coffee Sanctuary in Bali Is the New Tourist Spot by Priya Pareek

Starbucks has opened its biggest ever store in Southeast Asia and it’s located in every travel enthusiast favourite destination – Bali!

If it’s the biggest, of course, it won’t be just a coffee shop and so Starbucks allows customers to walk through the 20,000 square feet Dewata Coffee Sanctuary.

Photo of Starbucks Dewata, Sunset Road, Seminyak, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia by Priya Pareek

"We want to create something that provides more than just a store, we want an experience to remember, a destination that makes you learn and look at things differently," Starbucks says.

Photo of Starbucks' Stunning Coffee Sanctuary in Bali Is the New Tourist Spot by Priya Pareek

You can also de-pulp and wash coffee beans for a hands-on experience at their seedling nursery.

Decorated with live flora from the region, the store is also adorned with stunning art installations.

Photo of Starbucks' Stunning Coffee Sanctuary in Bali Is the New Tourist Spot by Priya Pareek

The second floor of the store has the brand's first coffee seedling greenhouse.

The Bali store is "a destination showcasing our elevated Starbucks Reserve coffee and retail experience," said CEO Kevin Johnson in a statement, calling it another of Starbucks' "sensory-filled experiences."

Photo of Starbucks' Stunning Coffee Sanctuary in Bali Is the New Tourist Spot by Priya Pareek

The store will offer some unique drinks at the jaw-dropping sanctuary. According to the Dewata Bali’s menu on its website, the store is offering Lavender Latte, House Affogato and Origin Flight.

Photo of Starbucks' Stunning Coffee Sanctuary in Bali Is the New Tourist Spot by Priya Pareek

They also offer a wide variety of food and snacks including Nutella Banana Panini and “local favourites” like Milk Pie and Indonesian Fresh Salad.

Photo of Starbucks' Stunning Coffee Sanctuary in Bali Is the New Tourist Spot by Priya Pareek

All images courtesy: Starbucks

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