Breathtaking views and lavish gardens paint the background as weddings take on a spectacular stage at The Apurva Kempinski Bali. Accommodating up to 100 people, the oceanfront Apurva Chapel provides magnificent grand celebrations with an adjacent two-storey, versatile Three-Bedroom Villa and two infinity pools. Providing a more intimate union, the ocean-view Amala and Kimaya Cliff Chapels are available to accommodate up to twenty people
Kamaya’s name is derived from two Sanskrit words combined as one. Kama meaning “ love “ and Maya “ invisible blessing ” extending a magical blessing to couples who affirm their love in Kamaya.
The name of Kamaya also is inspired by Kamajaya and Kamaratih, God and Goddess of marriage. The divine lovers Kamajaya and Kamaratih, fell upon the earth into the realm of human beings. Frequently incarnated as two lovers, constantly searching for each other on earth, this mythical union between Kamaratih and Kamajaya is expressed as love.
Kamaya Bali is blessed by the Gods and is guarded by the Goddess of the south seas and the God of Nusa Penida. With that blessing, there also comes an obligation to honor this special place. This union is also physically manifested and represented in front of the chapel by the cliff with the two stone figures of Dalem Ped and Dalem Segara floating on the pond – the God of Nusa Penida and the Queen of the Indian ocean.
Kamaya’s unique octagonally shaped chapel known as Kamaratih is a nurturing space welcoming couples from all denominations. The octagonal shape is representative of the sacred Mandala and symbolizes renewal and infinity. The wedding couple stands upon glass above crystals embedded with 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 special place charged with positive energy.
The contemporary majestic glass wedding chapel is blessed with a breathtaking 180-degree view of the Ocean. Walk on the illuminated bridal walkway to the altar and exchange your vows. Maximum capacity is up to 80 guests. Pearl Chapel is available for a wedding ceremony at your preferred time.
Celebrate your wedding in Bali at the most iconic chapel on the island. Its asymmetrical, stunning lines overlook shimmering reflection pools and walkways of finest marble. Infinity Chapel is an architecturally unique wedding venue, floating two meters above sea level.
The Majestic Chapel rises from the golden sands of Sawangan beach and features stunning glass walls that reveals a striking panorama of endless sparkling blue ocean. The Majestic Chapel seats up to 80 guests and sets a truly elegant scene for the most important day of your life.
Guests will be dazzled by the startling beauty of their surrounds, the fragrance of fresh flowers that adorn the chapel, the sweet strains of a cello and violin duet and the memorable entrance of the bride in a colorful procession of page boys carrying ceremonial umbrellas and flower girls in traditional dress.
Turn your dreams of a fairy tale wedding into reality when you say ‘I do’ at the Majestic Chapel at The Ritz-Carlton, Bali.
Tirtha Uluwatu, set on the southern cliff top of Bali, with sweeping views of the Indian Ocean, is designed to host weddings that provide a sense of magic.
Re-opened in April 2017 with its stunning panoramic view of the Indian Ocean, the new Dining Pavilion comprises of two floors; the ground floor designed to accommodate 250 persons combining indoors and outdoors, while the first floor can accommodate 100 persons.
Throughout the years to come, you will remember many beautiful moments of your wedding, but none will remain as clearly in your memory as the feeling of magic that happened on your wedding day at Tirtha Uluwatu.