Sankara Ubud Resort

The Concept The word 'sankara' refers to a conch sea shell that produces a haunting sound when blown. According to the epic Hindu poem, Mahabarata, the horn-like noise of the sankara often signaled the beginning and end of battles between opposing Indian clans. In Bali it is used as a ceremonial instrument during rituals of purification to neutralize negative energy and create a peaceful ambience.

Sankara Ubud Resort

Sankara Ubud Resort - Overview

Sankara Ubud Resort and Villa is located in the traditional art village of Mas, Ubud. It is 90-minutes from Ngurah Rai International Airport and just 15-minutes from the centre of cultural Ubud.

Encompassing a collection of 20 stylishly-appointed Balinese rooms and villas, Sankara Ubud Resort is a peaceful retreat surrounded by rice fields and coconut trees. It is a place to totally relax and discover the simple pleasures of a traditional village.

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