Kamaya Bali
Weddings and Events, Uluwatu

Kamaya’s name is derived from two Sanskrit words combined as one; Kama meaning “love ” and Maya “invisible blessing ” which extends a magical blessing to couples who affirm their love in the iconic Kamaya Blessing.

Kamaya’s chapel known as Kamaya Blessing is octagonally shaped and this eight sided structure is welcoming couples from all denominations. The octagonal shape is representative of the sacred Mandala and symbolises renewal and infinity. In Kamaya Blessing below glass are a series of crystals embedded into the original sand of Uluwatu and surrounded by a heart shaped bead of rose quartz crystals giving a sense of renewal and blessing from this very special place. The wedding couple shall stand on the glass directly above this energised crystal field.

Kamaya’s unique octagon shaped pavilion is sleek in design ornamented with floor to ceiling white terracotta walls and pillars. The pavilion allows energy from the ocean and surroundings to flow naturally.

In addition to these spaces there are various smaller locations such as the Lotus Bale for that romantic dinner for two or the Segara Terrace which can cater for smaller parties of up to 25 people.

With so many reception and photographic opportunities available , Kamaya Bali offers panoramic vistas of the majestic Indian Ocean. Kamaya Blessing, an octagonal shaped space purpose built to hold a ceremony comfortably for couples of any denomination , can hold up to 75 guests and directly above is one of the dining options, the air conditioned Kamaya Dining dining can also comfortably be configured to seat 75 guests. For wedding receptions and or private events under the stars, Kamaya Lawn can seat up to 200 guests. Magnificent views and carefully designed photo locations make it perfect for wedding portraits. Stepping down from the entrance area are specially appointed rooms for pre-wedding preparations for the bride and the groom.

Please check out our web page dedicated to an exclusive dining option for Kamaya Bali. Whether it’s in airconditioned comfort or under the stars , guests will experience world class dining with many styles and options available.

Artistic, custom planning and arrangements can be made with Kamaya Bali’s professional team or you may choose to engage your own appointed wedding organizer .

…an invisible blessing

In Sanskrit kama meaning “love” and maya meaning “an invisible blessing”

Kamaya Bali is blessed by the Gods and guarded by the goddess of the south seas and the God of Nusa Penida. With that blessing there also comes an obligation to honour this special place. Kamaya Bali is located adjacent to the temple called Batu Belah meaning “split rock”, the giant fissure gives the impression that this hindu temple is suspended out from the cliff face. This is believed to be the last resting place for Nirartha, the 15th century monk who then went on to build the Pura Luhur Uluwatu, the world famous Uluwatu temple. This is one of the mother temples of Bali and Hindus from afar pay homage to this temple.

The construction and design follows the the principle of mandala and is built in response to the meridian line from Uluwatu and Tanah Lot Temples. The gods of Nusa Penida and the goddess of the south seas have a special union also and this is manifested in love and is represented by the two temples floating before the chapel in the reflection pond.

The material used and the motifs are very much Indicative and representative of Balinese Hindu method and art and culture. An example are the motifs associated with the terracotta columns and small representative flower tiles on the walls of the Kamaya Blessing and the dining pavilion above. These are hand moulded and fired from terracotta from a small village called Pejaten in western Bali. The shapes of some of the roof tops are also representative of the shape of Balinese roofs and throughout the property one can feel the spirit of journey and ceremony associated with life on the island of Bali. The use of recycled timbers and structures together with the landscape rounds out this setting perched above the world famous Uluwatu surf break making it one of the iconic venues in Bali.