The Samaya Ubud Bali is set in a tropical paradise alongside the Ayung River in Indonesia and has recently received Green Globe re-certification for the third time. Guests can relax in spacious villas and enjoy the gentle attributes of Balinese hospitality, while the acclaimed Swept-away restaurant attracts many patrons with its modern and eclectic dishes imbued with authentic flavors created from locally sourced produce.

The Samaya Ubud Bali recently received Green Globe re-certification for the third time.

Ray Clark, General Manager at the resort said, “We are very pleased to have successfully passed our Green Globe re-certification for the third successive year. We are delighted to again receive this prestigious easily recognizable certification that reinforces our commitment to Tourism sustainability within The Bali Hotel community.”

Green Globe is the premier worldwide certification program developed specifically for the travel and tourism industry. The Green Globe Certification Standard provides hotel and resort organizations with a framework to conduct a comprehensive assessment of their environmental sustainability performance, through which they can monitor improvements and achieve certification.

Wayan Suambara, Hotel Manager at The Samaya Ubud added, “To successfully pass our Green Globe re-certification for the third year is a great achievement for us. We at The Samaya Ubud will continue to research the current trends of Eco-Green sustainable products, resources, equipment and methodologies to keep abreast of new trends and resources that are available.”

The Green Team headed by Wayan Sudiasa (Chief Engineer at the resort) strives to improve the property’s sustainable operations by utilizing best practice methods. The resort’s Sustainability Management Plan (SMP) has continued to expand over the past three years and assists in maintaining a progressive approach toward sustainability. This is reflected in the outstanding compliance score of 95% that The Samaya Ubud received from Green Globe in its last audit.