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.
UNTIL 31 MARCH 2024
Renowned for its architecture and incredible natural beauty, Central Java was the cornerstone of great artistic developments in dance, music, painting, silverwork and weaving, and is of course home to Unesco-protected Borobudur. Overlooking this serene Buddhist monument, Amanjiwo offers a unique base from which to explore both the natural and man-made wonders of the area. Stay for three nights and enjoy three activities from a choice that includes guided temple tours, hikes, blessing ceremonies and authentic dining experiences.
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Board the regal Kereta Api Wisata train from the lounge at Gambir Station and embark on a seven-hour journey through spectacular scenery. You will be joined by Amanjiwo’s resident anthropologist, Patrick Vanhoebrouck, who will share insights into Javanese culture and the historical sites you pass along the way. With meals on your journey prepared by Amanjiwo, your Aman experience will begin from the moment you set foot in your private carriage. Included in your two nights at Amanjiwo is daily breakfast and an activity of choice, be it trekking to Menoreh Hill or sunset martinis overlooking the rice paddies.
Until 31 March 2024
An extended stay across a selection of Aman’s five Indonesian resorts is the ideal way to encounter the country’s wide-ranging natural and man-made attractions. Discover the cultural heartland of Java at Amanjiwo, or visit Amanwana, a tented camp on the serene nature reserve of Moyo Island. Combine this with a stay at Amandari, Amankila or Aman Villas at Nusa Dua on the legendary island of Bali. Stay eight nights and enjoy complimentary activities at each resort, daily breakfast and more.
Until 31 March 2024
Journey across Indonesia with stays at up to four Aman destinations enjoying exclusive rates, daily breakfast and airport transfers. Explore the Buddhist sanctuary of Borobudur from Amanjiwo in Central Java, Bali’s cultural heartland from Amandari, Bali’s southernmost peninsula from Aman Villas at Nusa Dua, and Bali’s serene east coastline from Amankila.