I like this place very much, the scenery is very beautiful and the sunset is beautiful. As soon as you enter the aisle, someone will ask visitors to pay 100k per person in exchange for an admission ticket. With this ticket, we can buy food and drink. It's best to arrive at around four o'clock in the afternoon, and you can enjoy the beautiful scenery in the swimming pool, and then wait until six o'clock, the sky is a little orange, and then wait for the most beautiful sunset. The price is too high.
Rather pompous with no reason to be soWe wanted to go here to see the view and have a snack and drink. First we went to the restaurant on the second floor, and the view is not good from there, and also the waiter kept asking for our ticket - we had no idea what he was talking about and his English was poor so we left. We went down by the pool which was loud and annoying because they had the music way to loud. So we went into the bar area and found a place to sit. We ordered a bintang radler, a margarita classic, some spring rolls and some spinach croquettes. The bintang radler was 45K which is a bit expensive, but not terrible. The margarita was 140K which is very expensive, even a bit high for US standards. The spring rolls were OK, but certainly not good, and the croquettes were just boring and tasteless. The total bill after padding it with tax and service came to 365K which for what we had is outrageous. If the environment we interesting, maybe it would be worth it, but it is real
From the gate to the entrance of the club’s infinity pool, it takes a full ten-minute drive, surrounded by greenery along the way. You can imagine the club’s loftiness. It is said that this is the preferred party place for celebrities. In the sparse coconut shadow, a pool of clear water and the blue Indian Ocean in front of you cleverly blend together, swimming in it, there is a realm of harmony between nature and man!