New Experiences at Aman’s Five Indonesian Resorts 

With five resorts across Indonesia, Aman offers a rare opportunity to engage with the archipelago’s diverse and ancient cultures, dramatic landscapes and spiritual atmosphere. For a unique journey of discovery, Aman has crafted a calendar of new experiences inspired by each resort’s story and setting. 

This includes culinary collaborations at Amandari as it prepares to celebrate 35 years in Ubud; the opening of Arva at Amankila on Bali’s east coast; deciphering chronograms from Amanjiwo in temple-studded Central Java; golfing adventures at Aman Villas at Nusa Dua and swimming with whale sharks from Amanwana on Moyo’s tropical shores. Woven between are one-off events and insider access to the festivals integral to Indonesian daily life – all possible through Aman’s long cherished connections within each community. 

Amandari, Bali 

Presided over by a sacred stone tiger, Amandari came into being in 1989, the second ever Aman resort. Everything about it seemed to fall seamlessly into place, from its name ‘Peaceful Spirits’ – given by an Indonesian clairvoyant – to its setting. Perched above Ayung River Gorge in Bali’s lush highlands, Amandari is not just designed after a traditional Balinese village – it is part of one. Kedewatan villagers have placed offerings daily at its riverside temple for 35 years this October. 

Amandari, Indonesia – Experience, Sundowners on the Hill

In celebration of this milestone anniversary, Amandari has undergone a subtle refurbishment – gardens freshly landscaped, alang-alang roofs newly thatched and guestrooms upgraded with new bathroom fixtures and furniture in the same original style. 

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