Nestled amongst paddy fields in the hills of the Tjampuhan Valley, COMO Uma Ubud is a destination for rest and relaxation. This Lunar New Year, they invite you to escape into the wilderness, surround yourself with nature and take part in transformative, holistic wellness activities.
Whilst certainly enjoying the spoils of Bali’s lush vegetation, COMO Uma Ubud is by all means a luxury resort. Home to 46 rooms, suites and villas, this Ubud retreat embody an understated elegance, with simple-yet-stylish contemporary Asian design creating the atmosphere.
With its focus on open, al-fresco spaces, wooden finishings and thatched roofing, the goal is to seamlessly blend the tropical gardens with the fresh, cool interiors. All of this is tied together with their wellness facilities and world-class cuisine and active pursuits in the area.
COMO Uma Ubud invites you to take the Lunar New Year as an opportunity for renewal. With their special stay deal, enjoy inclusive transformative holistic wellness activities and experiences. Staying with them over the Lunar New year includes:
· Daily breakfast at Kemiri Restaurant
· One 60-minute massage for two
· Daily guided morning walk
· Daily scheduled yoga class
· Shuttle to and from Ubud town
· Daily fresh tropical fruits
· Access to COMO Shambhala Retreat gym and lap pool
2019 heralds the Year of the Pig, and to celebrate, COMO Uma Ubud will be hosting a dinner on February 4th at Kemiri – their tropical, al-fresco restaurant, where koi fish swim in a pond fed by a waterfall. Chinese lanterns will adorn the space, adding to the beauty and intimate atmosphere of the scene.
The feast is designed for the family to come together to enjoy delicious Balinese and Chinese fusion cuisine. The four courses will be themed around the symbolism of the food – thought to bring luck and happiness to you in the coming year. Begin the night with a complimentary ‘Orange Oasis’ cocktail, with a base of cherry brandy and gin to get the festivities started.
Dinner is priced at IDR 500,000 per person and is subject to a 21 per cent government tax and service charge. Dinner will take place between 7.00pm and 9.30pm on February 4th 2019.