Glass explores rare adventures with Aman

AMAN, WITH almost as many resorts and hotels as the number of years it has been in operation as an über luxury brand, celebrates its 35th anniversary this year. The first resort, Amanpuri, opened in Phuket in 1988 and with its success leading to new properties in Indonesia, the South Pacific and the French Alps, Aman’s reputation was built and maintained around individual properties that established new benchmarks for peace and privacy.

Now, with a presence in over 20 countries around the world and with multiple properties in one destination, a single region can be explored with all the comfort and safety that Aman has made signatures of its name.

Amanwella, Sri Lanka, outside dining, evening
Amankila, Indonesia, Main Swimming Pool

In Japan, the urban sanctuary of Aman Tokyo, the nature-endowed resort of Amanemu and the secluded Aman Kyoto in culturally blessed Kyoto can be experienced in a journey that connects them all: a blissful bundle that includes transfers to local train stations for seamless travel and the option of a wellness edition that features treatments and lessons in all three properties.

Amanemu, Japan, Accommodation
Amangalla, Sri Lanka, resort

With five resorts in Indonesia, Aman’s Bali & Beyond itinerary explores an intriguing archipelago and embraces a marvellous range of activities, from walking, cycling and river tours to a guided  visit around Borobudur,  the largest Buddhist temple in the world, and sunset martinis in rice fields. Other journeys include a solo sojourn in Bhutan and the delights of Sri Lanka’s south coast.

by Sean Sheehan

For details, see Aman’s Rare Experiences.

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