Como Shambhala Estate is situated in a private property in Begawan Village, at a mere 15 minute car journey from the center of Ubud city, the principal center of the island of Bali in Indonesia. Set in such a beautiful and serene backdrop, this luxurious paradise is the perfect haven to escape the chaos of everyday life and savor complete relaxation.
The Indonesian luxury resort enjoys a unique position for its kind: a spiritual niche nestled away in the jungle in the midst of fascinating unique Balinese nature. The Resort consists of thirty luxurious rooms finely finished to an extremely high standard down to every last detail: five residences with a shared swimming pool, four private villas designed by architect Cheong Yew Kuan in collaboration with the internal designer of the world renowned Koichiro Ikebuchi, and five retreat villas ideal for guests that wish to take advantage of the wonderful treatments available in the private wellness center and swimming pool.
Each of the rooms offer unique luxury in a setting in which residents can enjoy the mesmerizing landscape of the Indonesian jungle while at the same time relishing the comfort of an exclusive one of a kind resort.
Como Shambhala offers personalized programs to its residents to rest your mind, body and spirit. These inspiring programs are carefully guided by expert Yoga, Pilates, Qigong and Tai’Chi instructors. Other activities include guided excursions by mountain bike, walks, rock climbing, rowing, rafting and circuit training outdoors.
Furthermore, even the most demanding palates are satisfied here, in fact the center houses two restaurants. “Glow” offers western and European cuisine, while “Kudus” offers Asiatic specialties for those who wish to truly immerse themselves and their senses in their surroundings.
The true uniqueness of the Indonesian resort lies in the beauty and tranquility of the environment where guests (guided by expert Yoga and Pilates instructors, an Ayurvedic doctor, a nutritionist, and an acupuncturist) discover the energy necessary to improve their style of living; not just for the duration of their stay but long-term improvements.