A hidden jewel at Java’s centre Amanjiwo rests in the shadows of the largest Buddhist temple complex in the world, Borobudur, which reopens to visitors from 1 March 2023.
A peaceful retreat with a timeless aura, Amanyangyun rests amid a thriving camphor forest on the outskirts of Shanghai. The culmination of a dramatic story of ancient stones and trees transported, the resort and Residences are richly imbued with China’s remarkable heritage.
Amanyangyun’s Residences are each unique. A number incorporate antique villas, moved brick by brick from Fuzhou to prevent their loss beneath the waters of a much-needed new reservoir. These bear the legacies of their original owners in ornate stone carvings and inscriptions. Other Residences do not include antique pavilions, yet are designed to reflect the same classic aesthetic.
Set amid manicured gardens and serene lakes in the embrace of Amanyangyun’s remarkable camphor forest, the Residences are alive to birdsong and nature’s healing presence, within easy reach of Shanghai’s attractions, and minutes from the resort’s extensive dining, spa and concierge facilities.
Amanyangyun offers antique & contemporary style residences. The antique homes blend Ming and Qing dynasty design with modern elements striking a perfect balance between modern living and ancient architecture. The design of the contemporary properties aims to achieve comfort and modernity. Designed by Kerry Hill Architects, each unique residence is located adjacent to the resort and measures between 1,397 and 1,814 square meters.