Solid Teak Wood Outdoor Furniture also provide many projects for Hotels.

We provide modern, distinct and elegantly designed tables, side-tables, and various types of chairs such as the dining chair, folding chair, sofa. The products include the Parasol, Lamp, also another accessories for outdoor.

The reference of our Projects Hotels are:

- Zanzibar, Africa

- Vienna, Austria

- Rattha Somerset Greenways, Chennai, India

- Vadoo and Adaaran, Paradise Island, in Maldives

- Bahrain, Croatia, USA, and Panam

- Hotel Hilton, Bandung

- Hotel Jayakarta, Yogyakarta

- Hotel Sibayak, Medan

- Hotel Lorin, Solo

We look forward to work with you for more hotel and restaurant projects.

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