There are many beautiful places in Bali that give the mood of being lost in paradise, without being too hard to find. Our Komaneka at Monkey Forest - with its quiet contemporary design and tall shady gardens - is an oasis just off Ubud’s busy Monkey Forest Road. Here are three great spots to photograph, when you are wondering within the resort.
Good news for all travelers and art lovers: "Revelation of Nature" — the fourth of the Coming Home series of art exhibitions at Komaneka Fine Art Gallery — is soon to be unveiled.
Rujak is one of the dishes that enrich Bali's culinary feast. It is generally made of various fruits that are peeled and sliced thin, and then mixed with a special sauce that is sweet, salty, sour, spicy, and savory. Rujak is usually served as dessert, but for Balinese, especially rujak lovers, it is great anytime.
Inspired by the tropical atmosphere of Bali Island, Komaneka Resorts has created the aromatic oil Bali Sunny, a perfect blend to invigorate the senses. It unveils the advantages of Cananga, Tangerine, and Lavender in one harmonious blend.
Ubud offers many different dining experiences. But if you are craving a dinner that excites a feeling of real Bali, consider SATAY NIGHT by Komaneka Resorts.
Good drinks come with no season or right occasion. It is an anytime-pleasure for the restless soul’s uncountable rewards and blessings. Here, you can add Komaneka Star Cooler Sensation to your collection of favorite cocktails.
Star anise (Illicium verum) or kembang lawang is a unique spice in the shape of a star, five to ten pointed boat-shaped sections, about eight on average. Star anise is the fruit of a small oriental tree that is native to China and Vietnam. Nowadays, it is widely used as food flavoring as well as in traditional medication.
Komaneka Kitchen highlights the rich flavors of Bali's culinary heritage in our daily service, from main course to traditional light snacks. One of Komaneka's favorite is Abug Gobes.
Komaneka at Monkey Forest is designed for the atmosphere of being in a Balinese home, and it has numerous elements of traditional Balinese architecture. One example is the jineng, or rice barn.
Taste is a mystery. Everyone experiences it a bit differently. And taste is always an adventure. At Komaneka, one famous dish is our special Pepes Ikan Kecarum—spiced snapper fillet grilled in a banana leaf.