Bali is known for many things—its abundance of culturally-rich religious sites, iconic rice paddies, forested volcanic mountains, assortment of beaches, spectacular coral reefs, and of course, its endless stream of resorts and retreats vying for a share of the enduring tourist population. Como’s property in the tropical paradise, however, isn’t squeezing in with other luxury players in resort towns Seminyak or Sanur.
With already two properties in Bali—Como Shambhala Estate, the luxury hotel collection’s flagship wellness retreat; and Como Uma Ubud, a rustic resort nestled in Ubud’s tropical jungle—which fully embrace the island’s rich culture and heritage through architecture and interior design, Como adopts a distinctly different approach towards Como Uma Canggu, catering to the village’s vibrant scene of digital nomads and beach lovers.
The result? A cosmopolitan melting pot that borrows from both modern-Asian and European design principles.