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Buddhist monuments as a backdrop don’t come more dramatic than here in Java’s cradle of civilisation

Silhouetted at sunrise, Unesco-listed Borobudur is sure to stir up artistic tendencies - not only because the landscape includes Mount Merapi’s volcanic peak, smouldering in the background, but because Amanjiwo provides guests with sets of watercolour paints. Here in Indonesia’s artistic and intellectual heartland, Borobudur, one of Buddhism’s most sacred Mahayana temples, was reclaimed from the jungle in the 19th century, and its significance is echoed in the resort’s design. The temple-like hideaway, built entirely from blush-beige local paras Jogja limestone, has soaring ceilings, colonnades and a central domed stupa roof that mimics Borobudur in the distance.
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Borobudur view
Borobudur view
Borobudur view

Amanjiwo, Java

  • Best for cultural sights, traditional encounters, wellness retreats
  • 75 minutes by car from Yogyakarta airport, or two hours from Solo airport
  • The Unesco World Heritage Site of Borobudur, one of the world’s best preserved ancient monuments, sits a pleasant 25-minute walk from Amanjiwo
  • Tennis on-site; golf available nearby
  • Children welcome, with babysitting services and dedicated playroom
  • Two restaurants offering Indonesian and Western cuisines alongside a daily changing degustation menu


Set in two graceful crescents, the 36 Suites feature sunken bathtubs and thatched-roof bale pavilions, and open onto private gardens

At the Resort


The Spa’s treatments include Mandi Lulur, a centuries-old wedding day body-polishing ritual for Javanese royalty


The Restaurant, with a silver-leaf ceiling and views of Borobudur and volcanoes, serves Indonesian and Western cuisine


Amanjiwo’s setting suits all manner of events, which can be complemented by Javanese folk dances and music