Maja and Rambo chose The Apurva Kempinski Bali as their wedding venue
The Apurva Kempinski Bali is the luxury wedding venue of celebrity couple Maja Salvador and Rambo Nuñez, and here is what you need to do about this place.
Maja and Rambo wanted to have a destination wedding and this is the reason why they had a civil wedding ceremony before they tied the knot in Bali, Indonesia. In a recent interview, the actress revealed that last February 14, exchanged “I do” as their Bali wedding would not be honored in the Philippines.
The couple chose a picturesque venue located at the majestic cliff of Nusa Dua that showcased breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean and a tropical garden, based on the article in Preview.
It is a five-star luxury hotel known as The Apurva Kempinski Bali. Apart from being a perfect wedding venue, this is also fit to be a vacation destination.
The resort is located in Sawangan Nusa Dua in Bali, Indonesia, and is about 30 minutes away from Ngurah Rai International Airport by car. Guests can choose from 475 rooms, suites, and villas.
The cost of staying in this luxury place depends on the following factors:
– number of guests
– length of stay
– chosen dates
– chosen accommodation (room, suite, villa)
Here are the price ranges for rooms:
– 4,688,280.00 IDR (approximately P17,033.99) to 5,498,280.00 IDR (approximately P19,976.97) per night.
Here are the price ranges for suites:
– 7,406,280.00 IDR (around PHP26,909.33) to 13,886,280.00 IDR (approximately PHP50,453.20)
Here are the price ranges for villas:
– 12,527,820.00 IDR (around PHP45,517.49) to 51,975,810.00 IDR (approximately PHP188,844.37)
Experience authentic Balinese culture at The Apurva Kempinski Bali through food. You can try Indonesian cuisine at Bai Yun which is a Dim Sum and Hot Pot Restaurant. Guests can also enjoy cuisine at the award-winning Koral Restaurant which is considered the first aquarium restaurant in Bali. This allows the guests to dine underwater.
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