With its secluded location, small scale and tropical surroundings overlooking the Tjampuhan Valley, make Como Shamabhala a private, intimate place to hold celebrations and weddings in Bali.
A tranquil amphitheatre steeped in traditional balinese architecture, looks over the Ayung valley to provide a peaceful yet breathtaking setting for around 150 people to exchange vows.
For smaller ceremonies, Umabona Residence, whose name means House of the Earth Son, is unique for its grandeur. The aesthetic takes its influence from the Majapahit palaces and their formal pleasure gardens with interior details that include hand carvings, fine antiques, courtly furniture, gilding, richly painted walls and precious textiles. The views look towards Mount Batu Karu and provides an uniquely intimate setting for ceremonies up to 30 people.
Como Bali, also has the Tejasuara Residence, constructed from 1,200 tonnes of stone imported from the nearby island of Sumba. Tejasuara Residence, whose name means Sound of Fire, finished with tribal cloth furnishing, black bamboo beds, thatch roofing and a fire pit burns beside the infinity pool. There are three substantial Terrace Suites , and the Como Shambhala Suite, which has a private Jacuzzi, meditation garden, courtyard and pavilion. This provides the ultimate setting for a small reception for up to 50 guests.