If you stay at Komaneka at Rasa Sayang, you might have met Ngakan Putu Satriadi, better known as Padi, a very energetic and friendly young man. Perhaps he has greeted you around the resort area, as he is one of the engineering staff at Komaneka.
Frangipani, known as kamboja in Indonesian, belongs to the genus Plumeria. This flower is originally from Central America, but has been widely found in many other countries, including Indonesia. Of the many types of flowers that have aesthetic value and benefits, the frangipani has long been identified with Bali.
You may be one of those who love travelling yet adore that thing called privacy. Our Komaneka at Monkey Forest can provide what you need at an affordable price.
When you travel to Bali, especially if Ubud is one of your destinations, don't forget to visit us at Madu Manis Kitchen, the restaurant at Komaneka at Rasa Sayang. Why? Here are the reasons.
The end of the day in Bali brings special light just before the sunset — something to celebrate with a special drink. And how nice if the drink reflects the sunset's colors! Komaneka Resorts has brought Madu Manis Sunset to the table.
"Working is about doing what you love and get paid. It doesn’t feel like work," says Ni Komang Laksmi, the Front Office Coordinator at Komaneka at Rasa Sayang, with a big smile on her face.
As a beverage, ginger treats nausea and morning sickness, and warms the body. But if you don’t like its pungent taste, you can make it part of your beauty routine.
In the midst of the hustle and bustle of the Monkey Forest Road, what could be more enticing than a private romantic dinner surrounded by nature? Komaneka at Rasa Sayang will help you design a beautiful dinner for two, beautifully decorated with flowers, lanterns, candles, and exotic textiles. This is Mesoda Ajengan Bali, a private Balinese feast.
Komaneka Sinclove is an entirely new taste, especially developed for flavor explorers.
The owner of Komaneka Resorts believes that art is part of life and especially of Komaneka. Paintings, statues, wood carvings—every detail of Komaneka breathes art and culture. Shall I tell you the story behind our precious Candi Bajang Ratu?