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Komaneka at Bisma

A prestigious and private villa complex of 1,670 sqm at the northern end of the property. Three free-standing master-bedroom pavilions with wrap-around glass walls in the treetops of a tropical rain forest. Subsequent to the pool terrace is an enormous home-like dining room with seating for 8 and a pantry kitchen, glancing onto a 42 sqm personal perpetuity pool.


Wana Jiwa Spa is anointed behind its establishment and its perspicuity. ‘Wana’ means forest, while ‘Jiwa’ represents the spirit. The spa villa is discovered in the thick tropical woodland on the pile of the Campuhan River. As visitors encounter remedies at Wana Jiwa Spa, they can judge the knowledge of the forest to rejuvenate their senses, body, and heart.

From the start, Wana Jiwa Spa was developed as a sumptuous monastery with a villa vision. Experienced staff deliver rehab and magnificence remedies such as facials, definitive massage, and body scrubs, pulling on antique Indonesian herbal formulae. Wana Jiwa Spa suggests a hodgepodge of natural creations, including sumptuous Babor spa outcomes, extended by the tranquil atmosphere of the Campuhan River. Wana Jiwa Spa is not restricted to in-house guests only but is available to anyone desiring isolation, generous space, and entire privacy in these refreshing therapies.

Wana Jiwa Spa is open daily from 9 am until 9 pm.

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SENENG KITCHEN at Komaneka at Bisma

Seneng Kitchen (previously The Restaurant) will pamper its guests with both Multinational and Indonesian acceptable dining.

After the name is a love story. Seneng Kitchen is anointed after Pan Seneng and Mek Seneng, a wedding partner who takes care of the rice fields of Komaneka at Bisma, in the canyon below the resort. Bali’s agriculturalists have been producing rice paddy for over a thousand years. The isle’s rich volcanic soil, great springs, and temperate climate have long made it a paradise for mortal possession. At Seneng Kitchen, visitors can appreciate the magnificence of the rice fields as they eat.

This peaceful picture is an ever-changing backdrop of magnificence and love as Pan Seneng and Mek Seneng tend to the locations of the rice-growing cycle, from planting until harvesting. Seneng Kitchen is created not only for in-house visitors of Komaneka at Bisma but for everyone examining for an unforgettable dining adventure with an incredible panorama. It is willing to serve you breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even supper.

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Hotel Facilities

Air Conditioning
Fitness Center
Flat Tv
Internet – Wifi
Smoking Room
Spa & Sauna
Vegetarian Food
Washer & Dryer
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Private Pool
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