Aman – a staple of international luxury travel are pulling out all the stops at their Indonesia destinations to celebrate the 30th birthday of Amandari in Bali. March and April this year will feature particularly special experiences to accompany the resort’s anniversary. Aman’s first Bali resort, Amandari opened in 1989, built to simulate a traditional Balinese village. The resort is renowned for its service; there are several staff members that have been around since the beginning and even second-generation staff members.
Amandari marks its 30th anniversary by celebrating Balinese culture, cuisine and its local community. It was on sacred land, at the very heart of the island that Aman launched its second property in 1989 to capture and preserve the purity of Bali’s unique culture and joyful spirit. Amandari has done just this for almost three decades, reflecting this truth in every nuance of its name – ‘peaceful spirit’.
The authentic experience of Bali’s soul will be even more meaningful in 2019, as Amandari celebrates its 30th anniversary with a series of special events. From art exhibitions and moonlight treks, to traditional dance performances, food festivals and painting classes, guests will have the opportunity to fully immerse themselves in the rich heritage of Bali’s artistic legacy and to truly absorb the spirit of this special place.
Highlights of the next few months:
- Amandari 30th Anniversary celebrating a monthly series of events
- Panca Wali Krama holy Celebration at Besakih mother temple every ten years 6 March to 12 April 2019
- Nyepi Day 7 March 2019
- Amandari Piodalan Annual Temple Ceremony 19-20 March 2019
- Ubud Food Festival 26-28 April 2019 with special event at Amandari 26 April 2019
For 30 years Amandari has offered guests a serene retreat and a window to the legendary Ubud. As Aman anticipates the resort’s 30th anniversary in 2019, with every facet of Bali’s rich culture showcased and explored with the brand’s trademark sensitivity and finesse, Amandari will bring an even greater appreciation and connection to the island.
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