Rajalaya Royal Gala
Rajalaya service was traditionally reserved for the royal
families. Each course was served with a grand procession and
all food was placed on the table for the guests to serve themselves.
The Rajalaya Royal Gala Dinner
at the Bali Hilton truly lives up to its historical background.
The Grand Ballroom is elaborately decorated for this royal
occasion and no less than two waiters/ waitresses and more
than 250 entertainers are there to serve and delight you.
After the grand procession
from the cocktail venue to the ballroom and welcome by Balinese
Maidens in festive attire the service of each course of the
7 course gala dinner menu is preceded by a procession. For
the food, emphasis is placed on creative food presentation
using local artifacts while as for the entertainment dancers
and artists are wearing the authentic and colourful costumes.
The musical background is provided by a traditional gamelan
Bougainvilla Terrace for pre-dinner cocktail
Grand Ballroom for dinner
An elegant royal Balinese set up in our
All service staff are dressed in Balinese
The tables are beautifully decorated with
mini "Gebogan" centrepieces.
Table set up:
- Centre piece: mini fruit gebogan with candle
- Fresh palm mat table top
- Woven lontar leaves with mini mask as the
- Balinese decoration i.e. art janur, paku
pipit, umbrella, penjor, lamak
- Gebogan to form company's name
- All service staff are dressed in elegant
Royal parade (50 person) from Bougainvilla
Terrace to Grand Ballroom
Gerumbungan orchestra (45 person)
Tektekan-Bamboo orchestra (45 person)
Bleganjur orchestra (50 person)
Frog dance (8 - 15 boys)
Balinese maidens with Gebogans (20 - 50
Legong Dance (45 persons)
Live band with 2 singers for a maximum of
4 hours playing
Mask painting menu
Pina Colada as welcome drink at Bougainvilla
Beverage during dinner on consumption basis
Set menu as follows:
Balinese Salad Leaves with Mushroom and
Cream of Coconut and Coriander (served in
Medley of Seafood with Turmeric Sauce
Bream Bali and Jackfruit Sherbet (served
on ice in rattan baskets)
Fillet of Beef with a light Rendang Sauce
White Chocolate Lotus with Bali Coffee Mousse
Coffee or Tea Indonesian Petits Fours
Programme of the evening
Guests meeting point and pre-dinner cocktail
at The Ayodya dining area
On the entrance of The Ayodya, Along the
way guests are welcomed by Balinese maidens.
in elaborate costumes shower the guests with
flower petals - a sign of welcome. Inside
the ballroom a ceremonial gamelan orchestra
After being seated you may hold an opening
Preceding the service of the first course,
the Rangda (historical Balinese giant figure)
and Gerumbungan orchestra (Balinese drumband)
enter followed by a parade of waiters carrying
The service of the second course is accompanied
by the ceremonial gamelan orchestra. After
all guests have been served the waiters will
imitate the Kecak dancers raising their atms
and shouting "Cak-Cak".
The third course starts with the procession
of a Tektekan (Bamboo orchestra) and the Barong
symbolizing the good spirit which Balinese
people believe in.
Entertainment by the Bleganjur orchestra
accompanies the sherbet.
A group of young boys dressed as frogs perform
on stage and, then, mingle with the guests
while the main course is served.
The climax of the service is reached when
Balinese maidens dressed in full temple costumes
carry the desserts on top of Gebogans (temple
offerings) on their head.
While guests are enjoying their Coffee or
Tea and Indonesian Petits Fours a Belibis
and Manuk Rawa dance is performed on stage.