UNTIL 31 MARCH 2018
Awarded gold star from best hotels in the world sampler luxury holiday.
12 night 11 day Trip Style Unique Debut.
Welcoming onboard THE PRESTIGIOUS AMAN BOUTIQUE RESORTS.
The Indonesian islands are known as tropical idylls, but their individual landscapes and heritage reveal extraordinary diversity. An extended stay across a selection of Aman’s Indonesian resorts is the ideal way to encounter the country’s wide-ranging natural and man-made attractions. Discover the cultural heartland of Java at Amanjiwo, or visit Amanwana, a tented camp on the serene nature reserve of Moyo Island.
Combine this with a stay at Amandari, Amankila or Amanusa, on the legendary island of Bali. Stay seven nights and enjoy complimentary activities at each resort. The stay includes:
Daily breakfast Airport transfers and inter-resort transfers between Amandari, Amankila and Amanusa One activity per resort. Choices include a massage, trek, bike ride or excursion through the countryside; a cultural experience, visit to a local market or diving expedition; a private tennis, Balinese dance or soufflé-cooking class; and afternoon tea or sunset martinis.
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Amandari’s kitchen can make up a picnic hamper for guests to take along on excursions, or can set up a feast in a scenic location.
Enjoy a Tari Penyambutan welcome dance before being served by your private chef in a spot with magnificent views of the river gorge and rice paddies. A number of temples are within a short drive of Amandari, including one of Bali’s longest pavilions at Pura Agung Gunung Raung, and the inspired woodcarvings of Gunung Kawi.
Amandari is designed in the style of a traditional Balinese village. Local artisans hand-carved the magnificent stone walls around the entrance pavilion; while andesite walkways, shrines and high paras stone walls are all of local origin
Overlooking a tranquil lily pond, the Spa’s offerings range from massages and manicures to traditional Balinese treatments.
Looking out over the swimming pool to the Ayung Valley, the open-air Restaurant serves cuisine using locally grown ingredients with a distinctive Indonesian flair. Gamelan players perform every evening – their songs joined by a dusk chorus of birds – enveloping the serene tropical atmosphere.
Both Indonesian and Western dishes are specialities at the open-air Restaurant; or dine intimately in the rainforest with a private chef.
Yoga Classes Take place in a setting with expansive views of the Ayung River. Private classes and guided meditation sessions can be arranged, as well as personal trainers to guide workouts in the fitness centre.