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.
16 October - 3 November 2023
To discover more or to reserve, please email [email protected] or call +1 212 518 1801
Up to 18 guests can join this unforgettable private jet expedition, staying at a selection of Aman properties around the globe. The expedition includes authentic experiences, unique cultural immersions and exquisite local cuisines.
Destination 1: Japan
Once the imperial capital of Japan, Kyoto was built in 794. Spared much of the devastation of WW2 that other Japanese cities faced, it retains many of its historic buildings – so much so that there are almost 20 Unesco World Heritage Sites within the city. Visit some of the most sacred sites with a knowledgeable local guide, including the Golden Pavilion, Ryoan-ji Temple and Nijo Castle. At the Robert Yellin Yakimono Gallery, enjoy a discussion with Robert on the history of Japanese pottery, while sipping cocktails and sake.
Destination 2: Philippines
Destination 3: Indonesia
Silhouetted at sunrise, Unesco-listed Borobudur is sure to stir up artistic tendencies - from Mount Merapi’s volcanic peak, smouldering in the background, 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 hypnotic sounds of gamelan resonate through the colonnaded Restaurant, with views over rice fields to Borobudur and the volcano-fringed horizon.
Destination 4: Sri Lanka
In the historic port of Galle, Amangalla sits within the ramparts of Galle Fort. Named after the Sanskrit word for ‘peace’, and Galla, the Sinhalese name for the town of Galle, the resort reveals the Fort’s daily activities and rich legacy, its narrow streets lined with buildings from the Dutch and British colonial eras. Offering views of the resort’s 200-year-old lush gardens and of the Fort and harbour beyond, Amangalla provides for the leisurely exploration of the port and the surrounding countryside.
Destination 5: Muscat, Oman
Salalah’s hilly landscape is awash with luscious green tones for most of the year, thanks to the monsoon rains that spill over from the Indian Ocean. Behind the capital of Muscat, the built up urban area here is considered Oman’s second city, and its large port fronting the sea. Venture out of town to explore the flourishing farms and plantations, take a trip along one of the many mountain routes and admire cascading waterfalls. In the hills overlooking the main city is the alleged Tomb of Job, one of the most important historical sites in the whole province, including the spectacular Palace of Sultan Qaboos.
Destination 6: Turkey
Destination 7: Morocco
Inspired by the rose-hued buildings of old Marrakech and its twelfth-century Menara Gardens, palatial Amanjena lies just outside the fabled Red City. Amid shady courtyards with petal-strewn fountains, traditional earth-toned pisé-de-terre walls give way to the central bassin that nourishes the gardens. Radiating from this ornamental irrigation pool are spacious stand-alone guest Pavilions, each with its own garden and gazebo and many with private pools. Vaulted ceilings and Moorish arches house cool, elegant interiors, with a generosity of space reflecting the Sahara all around.
There are a limited number of spaces for Jet Expeditions. To discover more or to reserve one of the limited spaces, please email [email protected] or call +1 212 518 1801
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