Starbucks has opened the doors to its largest store in Southeast Asia located in Bali, Indonesia. The Dewata Coffee Sanctuary takes up 20,000 square feet and is fronted by a coffee farm that customers can walk through. There is also a seedling nursery on the premise where customers can de-pulp and wash coffee beans for a hands-on experience. The store is decorated with live flora from the region alongside stunning art installations that are spread throughout the cafe. Its second floor is also home to the brand’s first coffee seedling greenhouse.
Those who can’t make it to Bali will be able to experience the local coffee flavors via Starbucks’ Passport series this winter. Scroll through the photos above for a look inside.