• Take a trip from the Uma to visit the mighty Mt Batur, with villages dotted along the crater lake and the smoking cone towering above.
  • Only a 10-minute stroll into the cultural centre of Bali, Ubud.
  • Uma Ubud has the charm of a traditional Indonesian Village and has a contemporary touch, the perfect combination.
  • The restaurant relies on fresh produce, which is harvested locally, to create delicious dishes.
  • For privacy the Uma Pool suites with infinity edged plunge pools are the accommodation to stay in.


We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.

  • Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
  • Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
  • Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
  • Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
  • Complimentary private airport transfers.
  • Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
  • Early check-in and late check-out.
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi.
  • Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.

A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.


Keliki Village And Rice Field Walk

Fifteen minutes north of COMO Uma Ubud lies the ancient Balinese village of Keliki, where local families may invite you to view their traditional farming practises and craft-making skills, including the production of palm wine. In the village of Sebali, where the walk ends, you have the opportunity to make ‘canang sari’ – the colourful floral decorations exclusive to Balinese-Hindu temples. This tour leaves early in the morning to avoid the midday heat.

Journey Of Purification At Sebatu Village

This experience combines the purification ceremony at Sebatu with a 90-minute trek through rice paddies and the forested valley surrounding the ancient holy spring. The trek takes place before the purification ceremony and allows for a greater sense of inner stillness to develop, as befits this ancient ritual.

Tanah Lot Sunset Tour

Working your way down from the mountains to the sea, you will arrive at Tanah Lot sea temple in time for a pink Balinese sunset. You will also have the option to visit the floating temple, Taman Ayun, as we pass it on our way down. This is an excellent excursion choice if you want to leave Bali with some dramatic ‘big-view’ photographs.

Tampaksiring Biking And Cultural Tour

Begin your experience taking in the stunning vistas of the terraced Ceking rice fields, then cycle on to Tirta Empul. This temple — dating back to AD 926, built on a site where spring water naturally bubbles up through the Earth’s surface — is a popular location for purification ceremonies. From here it’s an easy cycle downhill to Ubud, through some particularly striking local villages.

Morning Traditional Market Tour

Explore an active traditional market where locals haggle over regional produce including meat, fruit, vegetables and a variety of colourful textiles and clothes. Following your early start — the market’s peak hours are between 5.30am and 7am – your guide will prepare you fresh coffee in the traditional Balinese style, which you can sip in a Balinese bale, overlooking sweeping views of Mount Agung and Mount Abang.

Uma Cookery Class

Held in our Kemiri restaurant and hosted by COMO Uma Ubud’s award-winning chef, this experience provides an insight into many areas of Balinese life and culture. Working with exotic herbs and spices, native to the Ubud area, you can learn how to prepare a traditional Indonesian meal, one of COMO Uma Ubud’s signature South-East Asian dishes or something from COMO Shambhala’s health-conscious menu. The session aims to start by 10am so that the meals can be sampled over lunch.For private bookings, this experience may be combined with a visit to a traditional market for an additional charge of IDR 300,000 per trip (maximum three persons). The market tour brings you to Payangan, an active traditional market where locals buy and sell regional produce including meat, fruit, vegetables and a variety of colourful textiles and clothes.

Bedugul Highland And Markets Tour

The morning is spent exploring the local market and a visit to the Kebun Raya Botanical Gardens, where the orchid house is a particular highlight. Then it’s up into the cool mountain air to find the isolated lake temple of Ulun Danu. Dedicated to Dewi Danu, the goddess of the lake, the temple is a place few tourists get to visit. The return leg includes a stop for lunch at a local restaurant recommended by your guide, before continuing on to Taman Ayun temple, the largest royal temple in Bali, set in immaculately tended traditional gardens.

Jungle Trek And Canoeing Tour

Starting your journey at Candi Kesuma village, explore the beautiful flora and fauna of a native rainforest, surrounded by the high-peaks of Bali’s sacred mountains. An expert local guide will take you on an informative journey, explaining the geography and history of the fascinating surroundings. Merging the natural world with the spiritual, discover sacred temples built by Hindu and Buddhists missionaries within the rural forest. Finishing your jungle trek, return to the village by canoe, across the tranquil waters of Lake Tambligan. Before you head back to COMO Uma Ubud, stop by the botanical garden in Bedugul, where you can stroll through the orchid house, cactus garden and specially cultivated herb plantation. There are other optional extras which you can discuss with your guide, like a visit to Ulun Danu temple, or lunch at a lakeside restaurant.

Keliki Village And Rice Field Walk Including Traditional Market Tour

These two packages can be combined into an experience lasting the entire morning. Look out for the local children in Keliki village on their way to school, and the farmers collecting grass for their livestock.

Water Purification Ceremony At Tirta Empul

Take part in a traditional Balinese purification ceremony at the historic Tirta Empul temple in north-east Ubud. Your guide will take you through every step of the Hindu purification ceremony in this 1000-year-old temple: including the making and presentation of offerings, the saying of traditional prayers, dressing in temple attire and partaking in the holy water rituals.

Bali Canyon Tubing And Atv

Ride a tube down the 6km ‘lazy river’, through a lush green canyon. Look out for local flora and fauna surrounding the crystal clear water. You can also take a ride on a ‘flying fox’ zipline through the treetops – a chance to marvel at the size and scale of Bali’s immense forestry. After you’ve dried off, ride a quad through untamed jungles, villages and plantations, taking in Bali’s less travelled side.

Mount Batur Freewheel

COMO Uma Ubud’s most popular tour drives you up to the edge of the spectacular Mount Batur crater, from where you can freewheel almost all the way down to the village of Sebali. A few short, steep uphill sections at the end of the ride need not deter the casual cyclist; your guides are happy to take this route at a leisurely pace.

Morning Walk

Departing every morning at 8am, these short walks also take in the gorgeous rural settings of COMO Uma Ubud whilst building up your appetite for breakfast.

Purification Ceremony At Sebatu Holy Spring

With the help of your guide, experience the Balinese-Hindu ritual of ‘Melukat’, or ritual purification, at Sebatu holy spring – located near two ancient temples: Dalem Pingit and Kusti. Hindus see the ritual as a literal cleansing of the body and a symbolic cleansing of the soul, aimed at preventing misfortune and sicknesses. Sebatu, located 25 minutes north of Ubud, is one known as one of the most ancient and holy places in Bali for spiritual purification.

Ubud Discovery Tour

This tour is designed around three key elements of Balinese culture: spirituality, art, and trade – taking you through galleries, temples, local shops and the rice terraces of Ubud. Speak to your guide about customising your tour to incorporate the elements of local culture you most want to experience. The tour leaves early in the morning to avoid the midday heat. ce.

Classic Village Biking And Cultural Tour

Beginning with a short car ride to the village of Bukian, this tour allows you to sample the local way of life from the comfort of your saddle as you traverse peaceful Balinese farmland and ancient village byways. Speak to your guide about the different routes you can take on this tour. Highly recommended are the routes to the villages of Dasong or Payangan, where you can explore the sights and sounds of a traditional market on arrival.

Rafting On The Ayung River

Float down the Ayung River, through Bali’s stunning natural flora, keeping an eye out for the local wildlife. The rapids provide an exhilarating thrill whilst experienced river guides ensure rafters’ complete safety at all times. The route also passes by COMO Uma Ubud’s sister property: COMO Shambhala Estate.

Bali Canyon Tubing And Atv

Ride a tube down the 6km ‘lazy river’, through a lush green canyon. Look out for local flora and fauna surrounding the crystal clear water. You can also take a ride on a ‘flying fox’ zipline through the treetops – a chance to marvel at the size and scale of Bali’s immense forestry. After you’ve dried off, ride a quad through untamed jungles, villages and plantations, taking in Bali’s less travelled side.

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COMO Uma Ubud Exterior Lobby View

Uma by COMO Ubud, immerses guests in the culture of Bali while also providing luxury amenities, from food to a spa to exquisite accommodation, all among the paddy fields and hills of the lush Indonesian island. All guest rooms and suites at the luxury Bali hotel exude the charm of a traditional Indonesian village. The atmosphere is also quietly contemporary, from bedrooms to landscaped courtyards and the infinity edged plunge pools. Guests are afforded the opportunity to explore the region’s temples, landscapes and artisan workshops accompanied by expert guides.

COMO Uma Ubud is a luxury resort in the heart of Ubud. The contemporary Asian design of our 46 rooms, suites and villas are relaxed, sunshine-filled spaces. Our restaurants, Kemiri and Uma Cucina, boast world-class cuisine while COMO Shambhala Retreat at Uma Ubud focuses on holistic wellness, with active pursuits including temple visits, biking and trekking.

At COMO Uma Ubud, the 46 rooms and suites of our luxury Bali resort exude the charm of a traditional Indonesian village even as they cosset guests in sleek, light-filled spaces with all the conveniences and comforts of a modern resort. Entirely residential in feeling, Uma Ubud has the atmosphere of a rural hillside home. Narrow paths defined by tall, lushly planted walls lead between rooms and suites, each of which have their own tropical garden. Large windows and indigenous materials both inside and out bring the natural landscape in, from the amply sized bedrooms and black-and-white bathrooms to the landscaped courtyards and infinity-edged plunge pools.

COMO Uma Ubud Ubud Rooms

Ubud Rooms

Located on the upper floor, our four light and airy Ubud Rooms feature their own conservatories, each with a relaxing day bed and seating area beneath a thatched roof. Inside, bedrooms feature hand carved king-size beds draped in fresh white linens, and a desk area. Bathrooms offer oversize baths and separate showers.

COMO Uma Ubud Terrace Rooms

Terrace Rooms

Bright and airy, the 18 Terrace rooms have large French doors opening onto private terraces which overlook our lush gardens. The ambience of each room is simple and understated, giving way to the sights and scents of the forest through large, airy windows. White cotton voile hangs from the four-poster bed, while the bathroom’s freestanding bathtub is undeniably elegant.

COMO Uma Ubud Garden Pool Villa

Garden Pool Villa

The Garden Pool Villas are defined by their lushly planted open-air courtyards. Inside, light-filled interiors are set off by four-poster king-sized beds draped in airy white voiles. Spacious bathrooms with freestanding bathtubs and separate showers look out across an intimate fish pool or traditional water feature, while the bedroom connects to a private plunge pool and terrace.

COMO Uma Ubud Uma Pool Villa

Pool Suites

These four suites boast a second room, ideal as a sitting room or as an extra bedroom. They also feature a sundeck with outdoor furniture and garden views, as well as a plunge pool. Generous bathrooms feature separate showers and bathtubs.

COMO Uma Ubud Uma Villa

Uma Villa

This spacious villa has a sitting and dining room as well as a comfortable bedroom featuring a four-poster bed. The private terrace also has a sitting area, with daybeds and sweeping views across the Tjampuhan Valley.

COMO Uma Ubud Terrace Rooms

Uma Pool Villas

These villas each feature a private swimming pool with a sprawling sundeck – plus spectacular views across Balinese jungle. A simple, clean ambience gives the rooms their sense of harmony. The bedroom’s king-sized bed is draped in crisp white linens while the bathroom’s centrepiece is an elegant freestanding bathtub, beside a large double vanity unit.

COMO Uma Ubud Pool Suites

Como Villa

At this Ubud resort hotel, our headline COMO Villa impresses with its light-flooded interriors. It has its own spa treatment area (which can double as a second bedroom), a spacious sundeck and infinity pool overlook the Tjampuhan Valley. The bathroom has a Jacuzzi and separate shower (which doubles as a steam). There is a sitting area for relaxing, while in the master bedroom, white cotton voile hangs diaphanously from a four-poster bed.

At COMO Uma Ubud, we focus on modern, light cuisine that shows the utmost respectful for local nuances. Kemiri’s menu revives traditional Indonesian dishes while also offering contemporary interpretations of the cuisines of neighbouring countries. In addition to Asian dishes, Uma Cucina our restaurant and lounge bar with a street-side setting at the front of COMO Uma Ubud serves Italian-inspired food. We also have our healthy COMO Shambhala Cuisine for those who like lighter, nutritionally rich menus and a special children’s menu offering for younger palates.
Our weekly dining programme introduces guests and locals to special menus and traditional performances at the resort. One of our highlights include Monday’s Balinese barbecue with smoky cocktails at Uma Bar.

COMO Uma Ubud Cucina

Uma Cucina

Uma Cucina is an Italian-inspired restaurant and lounge bar at COMO Uma Ubud, Bali. Informal and convivial, with outdoor terraces and a large communal dining table at the heart of the space, Uma Cucina reflects the homely ‘kitchen’ spirit behind its name (‘cucina’ means kitchen in Italian). Menus are strong on fresh, locally-sourced produce and the flavours of Italy. Seasonal vegetables, seafood and slow-cooked meats are rendered in colourful, easygoing options, perfect for sharing with friends. House specialities include handmade pastas, woodfired pizzas and breads, as well as classic Italian gelatos and granitas.

COMO Uma Ubud Kemiri


Kemiri (meaning ‘candlenut’ in Bahasa) is our restaurant at COMO Uma Ubud, serving breakfast and a venue for special occasion. You dine in a beautiful open-air space with alang-alang roofing beside a waterfall-fed pond. At night, candlelight contributes to a unique ambience.
Menus combine local produce with the techniques of classic Indonesian cuisine, with many innovative combinations. The menus—both à la carte and set—also feature our signature healthy COMO Shambhala Cuisine.

COMO Uma Ubud Bar

Uma Bar

The poolside Uma Bar spills out from a cool lounging area and is open from 10am to midnight.Our staff are cocktail specialists—creating both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks such as healthy smoothies and fresh-pressed fruit juices. Throughout the day we serve fine wines, Champagnes and our signature Martinis as well as light meals. Great background music sets the simple, easy vibe

COMO Uma Ubud Private Dinner

Private Dining

When it comes to Bali private dining, our expert culinary staff can orchestrate intimate gourmet meals in a host of romantic, exotic or adventurous locales, from your private terrace to a poolside table, to our pretty lawns. We also have a semi-private dining area to the side of Kemiri—always popular with families.

COMO Uma Ubud In-Room Dining

In-Room Dining

Our Ubud room service menu—available until 1am daily—includes healthy salads, local specialities, indulgent desserts and familiar western-style comfort options like burgers and pastas, as well as children’s dishes.

Discover the calming spirit of Bali at COMO Shambhala Retreat where we offer a full range of our holistic, Asian-inspired treatments. We have an open-air yoga pavilion overlooking the Tjampuhan Valley where you can practice yoga on a daily complimentary session or on a private session. Our four serene treatment rooms, meanwhile – as well as a reflexology area, gym and 25m outdoor pool – all evoke Bali’s peaceful, health-giving spirit.

COMO Uma Ubud spa


At COMO Uma Ubud, massage therapy is a key component of our approach. We have designed our range of massages to relieve muscle tension, help with injuries and induce powerful relaxation.

COMO Uma Ubud Garde Villa


COMO Uma Ubud yoga


Area & Location

Area, Country
Bali, Indonesia
Nearest Airport
Ngurah Rai International Airport, Denpasar
Local Currency
Indonesian Rupiah (IDR)
Time Change
GMT +8:00
Bahasa Indonesia
Best time to go
April through October.

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