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A Little Black Book For Bali


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The bustle of Bali is back. To help you plan your visit to our three Balinese resorts, we’ve compiled a list of our favourite island addresses. 


Savaya is the largest day club in Uluwatu, with a sweeping view of the ocean. From globally renowned names to a steady rotation of world-class DJs, Savaya provides wine, Champagne, beer and cocktails alongside a menu of beachside classics to light bites. Children under 18 are not permitted entry. Advance reservation is recommended.

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Helmed by and named after Maurizio Bombini, one of the most well-known chefs in Bali, Mauri is a dinner-only restaurant in Seminyak, a short 25-minute drive from COMO Uma Canggu. Mauri puts elegant twists on classic Italian recipes, using produce from their own rooftop hydroponic garden and local farmers. 

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Si Jin is one of the best steakhouses in Bali, modern with a Korean flair. Chef Joel Si Jin hand-picks the most premium cuts of meat from around the island, ranging from the classic to the exclusive, before cooking them to express a spectrum of flavours and textures. Advance reservations of at least three months is typically required to procure a table.

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The Uluwatu Sunset Kecak is a must-watch dance performance while in Bali. Located in Uluwatu Temple – the second most important temple in Bali, one hour from COMO Uma Canggu – the dance takes place against a backdrop of a view overlooking the south-western coast of the island. The kecak dance features hundreds of men in black and white sarongs by lamplight, telling the traditional tale of Rama and Sita. Our resort concierge can assist with booking tickets. 


Hujan Locale is a slow food concept created by Scottish celebrity chef, Will Meyrick, and located 10 minutes by car from COMO Uma Ubud. ‘Slow food’ refers to the method of cooking, where many of the dishes on the menu are cooked until flavours are completely merged and meat is fall-apart tender. Hujan’s ethos is to source food locally and ethically, with Meyrick often travelling to villages and local markets to procure ingredients. 

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While at COMO Shambhala Estate or COMO Uma Ubud, guests are encouraged to visit some of the most beautiful nearby waterfalls: Taman Sari, Tibumana, Tukad Cepung, Suwat, Tegenungan, Taman Beji Griya, Kanto Lampo, Nungnung, Sumpampan and Goa Rang Reng. The best time to make your way to these enchanting spots is early in the morning. 

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At all three of our resorts, we have a team to assist with making reservations, booking tickets and providing itineraries for fulfilling days in Bali. For more information, or help with making advance arrangements, please be in touch. 

COMO Shambhala Estate   |   E. res.CSestate@comohotels.com   |   T. +62 361 620 2218   |   Whatsapp. +62 811 3821 4845

COMO Uma Ubud   |   E. res.uma.ubud@comohotels.com   |   T. +62 361 620 2218   |   Whatsapp. +62 811 3821 4845

COMO Uma Canggu   |   E. res.uma.canggu@comohotels.com   |   T. +62 361 620 2218   |   Whatsapp. +62 811 3821 4845