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Intangible riches

As a new year approaches, possibilities for discovery, adventure and personal enrichment await. Whether immersion in new cultures that expand our knowledge and introduce us to art, ideas and people, or restorative escapes spent supine beside the bluest waters, now is the time to look ahead to 2019 journeys.  
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Culture

Winter in Venice

Gondolas emerge from a veil of mist; strains of music drift along the waterside and across quiet piazzas; wisps of steam rise from a cup of hot chocolate in Caffé Florian… There’s magic in the air at this time of year, when the campi are cleared of crowds and winter hands Venice back to the Venetians. This is the season when the city feels most like itself. Setting out from the frescoed glory of 16th-century palazzo Aman Venice, visit the atelier of Toni Valla, framer to Picasso, stop for cicchetti at hidden backstreet bacari, and explore the art, architecture and history of Venezia unimpeded.

Aman Venice closes on 6 January and re-opens for the 2019 season on 1 February.

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Ancient Architecture

Cambodia is calling: right now the weather in Siem Reap is at its most appealing. The warm, dry conditions last until late March, creating perfect conditions for exploring the ancient magnificence of Angkor Wat and the stilted overwater villages of Tonlé Sap. Demonstrating a phenomenal level of engineering and technical knowledge, the temples of Angkor have few rivals when it comes awe-inspiring architecture – a staggering insight into the dreams of an ancient civilisation. For a handle on contemporary Cambodian culture, take a cruise around floating villages on Amansara’s traditional lake boat.

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An audience with artisans

Tangalle is a wonderful place to weather the shift into spring. As Leonard Wolf wrote, ‘The evening air is warm and gentle. An enormous sky meets an enormous sea. The stars blaze in the sky and blaze in the sea… there is no sound in this melodrama of a tropical night except a faint lapping of the sea, and now and then a shivery stir of palm leaves.’ Relish the natural beauty of the island, or discover ancient crafts preserved in the workshops of modern-day artisans, such as the family-thrown terracotta pottery of Palapotta, a short drive from Amanwella.

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Relaxation

The serene Caribbean

The Turks & Caicos islands inspire a peaceful state of mind at any time of year – rarely more so than in April and May when the Caribbean is at its quietest, and visitors are invited to press pause on everyday stress and escape to a sugar-white shore and vast azure sea. In June and July, conditions for watersports reach perfection, with warm, calm waters, uncrowded beaches, and southeasterly trade winds – ideal for kiteboarding, windsurfing and sailing. It’s also a great time for scuba diving, and majestic hawksbills, silver-flecked bonefish and a rainbow of reef life await beneath the waves.

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Bali’s healing flow

Practising yoga in the ocean breeze, looking out over the Lombok Strait to a deep blue ocean view in widescreen – May to September is the season for spiritual healing and enrichment at Amankila and its waters are perfect for sailing and scuba. The natural wonder of the landscape, complemented by Ed Tuttle’s iconic trio of cascading infinity pools, nurtures an atmosphere of reflection and meditation. And when the call of the ocean is too hard to resist, the resort’s brace of boats – traditional Balinese outriggers – are on hand to whisk guest to hidden swimming and fishing spots.

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The picture-perfect Peloponnese

Summer on the Aegean begins in May, when the emerald-green fields start their transition to copper-brown pasture. From Amanzoe’s hilltop perch in the Peloponnese, cool, spacious abodes surrounded by olive groves invite guests to soak up the sun in privacy, and, as the summer sun heats up in June and July, all dining becomes alfresco, the Beach Club beckons, and the balmy sea promises canoe adventures to hidden bays.

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Adventure

Colour and light

With its saffron-robed cycling monks, gold-roofed temples and easygoing pace, the Unesco-recognised sacred city of Luang Prabang is often celebrated as one of the most colourful and rewarding to visit in the world – at its loveliest during Laos’ dry season from the end of the year through to March. October is an especially exciting month to see the peninsular city, as it hosts the Luang Prabang Half-Marathon – one of the most atmospheric road races in Asia – and Lai Heue Fai, the festival of lights, when hundreds of candle-bearing dragon boats wend their way down the Mekong, lighting up the night sky.

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Autumn springs

In March and April, Japan is famously alive with cherry blossom, but for many the Bay of Pearls is at its most enchanting in the autumn months from September onwards, when the leaves of its sacred forests turn gold and copper. Take to the hot healing waters of Amanemu’s onsen, where the Aman Spa is centred on Japan’s centuries-old tradition of water therapy – the perfect purifying process to accompany the transition from one season to another. The wellness retreat’s two-bedroom minka-inspired homes give unrivalled access to this remote and restorative mountain setting.

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Amandari, Ubud, Bali

Ubud escapades

The culturally and spiritually rich heart of Bali, Ubud has been home to a bohemian art scene since the 1930s, when Ubud’s royal family invited the island intelligentsia to stay. Amandari is a long-standing gateway to Ubud’s creativity, spirituality and scenery, and an authentic connection to traditional village life. At the tail end of the dry season, balmy September can be a wonderful time to visit, but the light warm rains of the autumn months work magic on the landscape, turning the banyan forests and rice paddies of the Ayung Valley a glorious technicolor green.

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Special Requests

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