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Why we like it
- Situated upon a cliff overlooking the turquoise waters of the Lombok strait
- Dramatic three-tiered pool set into the cliffside
- Karangasem Regency inspired architecture
Go to the library to enjoy a traditional cup of balinese tea and delicious local pastries made by the villagers.
Complimentary activities at Amanjiwo, Amandari and Amankila with combination stays 2017
- Visit the local markets of Muntilan and Borobudur
- Sip sunset martinis on the edge of the rice fields
- Enjoy a private Balinese Dance class
- Cycle from Amandari to Ubud
- Afternoon tea at Sunset Point
- Scenic trek from Kastala to Tenganan
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Amankila, or peaceful hill, perches on a cliff above a stretch of unspoilt private beach on the Lombok Strait. The definition of understated chic, it draws inspiration from the architecture of the surrounding Karangasem Regency, with 34 free-standing suites fashioned as beach houses with a twist. All are connected to the reception, restaurant and pool areas by stepped walkways enveloped in the scent of frangipani and tuberose.
Relax and enjoy the fabulous location by one of the three terraced pools, enjoy the spa treatment or descend to the beach where you can soak up the tropical sun from the comfort of a secluded bale. If you want to explore further afield, take to the sea in a traditional Jukung outrigger or embark on one of a wide range of fascinating cultural excursions. Finish the day with a sunset satay feast, offering an authentic taste of Balinese cuisine with candlelit views across rice fields and Amuk Bay beyond.
Denpasar (British Airways via Singapore, Thai Airways via Bangkok)
16 hours 30 minutes via Singapore
GMT +8 hours
Visa required for UK passport holders, issued on arrival
Yellow Fever certificate if arriving from an endemic area
Best time to travel
April - October
Indonesia is located very close to the Equator which means you have 12 hours of daylight daily. It is a year round destination with the western monsoon bringing the wet season from October to April providing nice, warm temperatures and rain in the afternoon, perfect for a nap, especially with a twist of sea-breeze in the coastal areas. The eastern monsoon brings the drier weather from May to September, which is generally a more popular time to visit
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