Hakkasan Group, the global hospitality company, announced plans to open two new venues tucked away in Uluwatu, Bali. The destination resort will host the world’s first OMNIA Dayclub and luxury Japanese restaurant Sake no Hana in Bali with partners KAJA Group and Alila Hotel & Resorts.
The development of these two brands in Bali is the largest investment of its kind in Indonesia and will generate 150 jobs when they open in late 2017, with around 250 additional jobs through the construction of the site.
The Indonesian Government has a target of 20 million tourists annually by 2020 so this is set to increase the demand for luxury hospitality. This dynamic partnership is preempting this with a revolutionary new destination in Bali that will change the face of hospitality in Indonesia and reposition the region as a must-see travel spot for tourists.
This is the next stage in the partnership announced last year, which will also see Sake no Hana, OMNIA Nightclub and Hakkasan restaurant opening in partnership with KAJA Group and Alila Hotels & Resorts in Alila SCBD Hotel, Jakarta. When complete, the three luxury experiences will bring 339 jobs to the capital city.
The partnership and investment from KAJA Group in both Jakarta and Bali totals $38 million.
It is a continuation of Hakkasan Group’s business strategy of taking its brand portfolio into new high-growth markets across the world and demonstrates its commitment to investing in the region.
Once these initial projects are completed, Hakkasan Group intends to expand within Indonesia and across South East Asia to Thailand, Singapore and Malaysia.