KUTA, Bali (BPN) – Tourism activities in Kuta are gradually getting back up as the year-end festive approaches and the increasing awareness of the implementation of health protocols by the community, tourism actors, and tourists. The optimism for the rise of tourism was also shown by Chimpanzee Beer Garden, which held a grand opening on Jl. Dewi Sri, Kuta.
According to Jack as Business Development, Chimpanzee Beer Garden will be open 24 hours offering 30 variants of local and imported beers.
“Chimpanzee Beer Garden is open 24 hours. We have 30 variants of local and imported beer, and we also serve the delicacy of Indonesian and Asian food, and especially our homemade dim sum,” he said at the Grand Opening on Thursday.
Jack explained, Jalan Dewi Sri is chosen as the location for the beer garden because the street is currently becoming one of the best spots of culinary centers in Kuta as local, international restaurants and even traditional food booths can be seen at the side of the road.
“Jl. Dewi Sri is a culinary route and a strategic place. We hope we will become a new choice for tourists and people at the office for lunch or meetings,” he explained.
Regarding the current tourism condition, Jack expressed his confidence that Bali tourism will be reopened to international travelers next year.
“We are also targeting this grand opening as a branding so that next year when tourism opens, tourists will know about the Chimpanzee Beer Garden,” he explained.
Jack hoped that Chimpanzee Beer Garden can be a fresh option for relaxing and a culinary tour. Even though it is currently still a pandemic condition, Jack assured that his party is committed to implementing health protocols so that visitors feel comfortable and safe.