Como Shambhala Estate
Location: Bali, 80353, Indonesia.
Award-winning wellness resort near Ubud, Bali, is located in the forest between two mighty rivers, with unique Residences inspired by nature. COMO Shambhala Estate is a magical destination spa specialising in nutritious cuisine, Ayurvedic treatments, outdoor activities and more.
Award-winning wellness resort near Ubud, Bali, is located in the forest between two mighty rivers, with unique Residences inspired by nature. COMO Shambhala Estate is a magical destination spa specialising in nutritious cuisine, Ayurvedic treatments, outdoor activities and more. The Estate represents the apogee of the COMO Shambhala philosophy in its approach to holistic health through Integrated Wellness Programmes complemented with nutritional COMO Shambhala Cuisine. Our grounds feature numerous state-of-the-art wellness facilities, and for adventures beyond the Estate, we provide guides and fitness experts for making the most of the outdoors.
about como shambhala
Meaning ‘peace’ in Sanskrit, Shambhala alludes to the pursuit of balance. It defines the essence of the COMO Shambhala approach to holistic wellness, combining modern science with ancient practices to align mind, body and spirit.
COMO Shambhala Estate is the most complete manifestation of the COMO Shambhala philosophy, offering a wide range of treatments, experiences, products and activities.
Complementing these services is our signature COMO Shambhala Cuisine, featuring healthful nutrition-optimised dishes using pure ingredients in nourishing combinations.
seasonality in ubud
Bali enjoys a balmy year-round tropical climate. Temperatures average a very pleasant 27°C (80°F) in the Ubud area and a little lower at night. The best time to visit is May through to September when there’s less humidity. In Bali, there is always the chance of rain, but showers tend to be an hour-long downpour, rather than all-day drizzle.
the como eye for design
Cheong Yew Kuan—an architect with conspicuous respect for the environment and indigenous styles of building—worked with interior designer Koichiro Ikebuchi to create COMO Shambhala Estate. Their vision comprises of local stone, wood and traditional alang-alang roofing in sophisticated spaces that are at once contemporary and thoroughly traditional.
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