Celebration of Culture

Celebration of Culture

On the eve of the Lunar New Year, guests can enjoy the lion dance performance that will take place at the main lobby and the restaurants. Known locally as Barongsai, the traditional Chinese lion dance is performed to bring good luck and fortune for the coming year.

During the performance, red envelopes are usually 'fed' to the lion as a prayer for luck. This tradition dates back to the Han Dynasty (206 BC - 220 AD) and still performed today during special occasions including weddings and corporate events to honour special guests. The lion dance has also influenced some of the local Balinese dances, especially the renowned Barong dance.

The lion dance performance is scheduled to take place on:

Friday, 24th January
  • 7.00PM - 7.20PM     Mulia Resort Lobby
  • 7.30PM - 7.45PM     The Cafe
  • 7.50PM - 8.05PM     Table8
  • 8.15PM - 8.25PM     Edogin
  • 8.30PM - 8.40PM     Soleil
  • 8.45PM - 9.00PM     Grand Staircase

Saturday, 25th January
  • 12.35PM - 1.00PM   Table8, Edogin, The Cafe & Grand Staircase
Celebration of Culture

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