Immersed in charming centuries-old heritage, Amankila on the east coast of Bali is a resort with undeniable allure. Enticing and enigmatic, its layout draws inspiration from the nearby floating Karangasem palaces, a site revered for its fascinating and storied spiritual significance. For a refreshing break, bathe in the resort’s outstanding three-tiered pool that tumbles down the hillside like the surrounding cascading rice fields.
Once ensconced in your stilted Suite, Mount Agung, Lombok Strait and the private beach will become your daily vistas. Appearing to float among fragrant bougainvillea and frangipani trees, your very own treetop kingdom will be nestled amidst nature. Regional influence has been maintained in Suites, seen in the visually striking alang alang roofs, cathedral ceilings, canopied beds and expansive patios with coconut shell tables.
Sample intoxicating offerings at the resort’s ocean facing restaurant, where produce is garden-fresh. Vegetables and exotic fruits are grown in rich volcanic soil spread beneath Mount Agung. Local boats deliver fresh fish daily and ducks, a specialty here, are raised at the resort’s free-range farm in a nearby village. Locally made arak spirits, beer and ginger beer add a unique dimension to sundowners; choose your favourite while sat by the stunning pool.
Venture to the Beach Club for non-motorised water sports; the east Bali coast is one of the world’s best surfing locations. Amankila also has two boats available for day trips and snorkelling. The Club provides kayak, scuba diving and snorkelling equipment, promising guests boundless aquatic adventures. Explore the treasures that have risen from Bali’s unique variant of Hinduism; venture to the eleven-tiered fountain at Tirta Gangga water palace, or embark upon a private tour of the Romanesque royal palace.
60 minute drive from Denpasar International Airport
Speak to a travel advisor on 0161 233 0110 or we can arrange a time to call you.