or “peaceful soul”, rests in the countryside at the foot of Menoreh
Hills in Central Java, Indonesia. Located within a natural amphitheater,
the 35-suite resort overlooks verdant terraced rice fields and coconut,
clove and citrus groves, and the world largest Buddhist monument, Borobudur.
architecture of Amanjiwo draws from the history and culture of Central
Java. The main building is circular in design and rises to a domed centerpiece.
Through the entrance, guests pass the water gardens, Library and Gallery
into the Bar and Dining Room with its spacious terrace. Views from the
resort frame Borobudur and its four encircling volcanoes.
temperatures in the Indonesian archipelago range between 25 to 28C
(78-82F) at sea level and decrease by about one degree Celsius (two
degrees Fahrenheit) for every 200 meters (650ft) of altitude. The
months of November through March provide occasional tropical rainfall
and a dry season prevails from April to October.
covers three time zones. Central Java is seven hours ahead of GMT.
language is Bahasa Indonesia (although there are 350 languages and
dialects spoken in the archipelago). English is commonly spoken around
Dining Room features a selection of Indonesian and international
dishes and enjoys sweeping views across the Kedu valley to Borobudur
Terrace for outdoor dining and refreshments
Pool Club comprises an informal restaurant and 50 meter swimming
Dining 24 hours
Shop and Gallery provides an interesting array of antiques and traditional
and contemporary textiles, jewellery, arts and crafts
Library has a wide choice of books, magazines, newspapers, board
games and music
Club with two tennis courts
swimming pool with views strectching to distant volcanoes.
the historical tradition and scenic beauty of this cultural heartland
of Java. Towering volcanoes, tropical forests, sleepy villages,
lush rice terraces, busy markets and legendary temples and monuments
ensures an interesting array of sites for excursions with the drivers
and guides of Amanjiwo
the world largest Buddhist monument, dating to the 8th century is
the ideal location to view dawn of any new day
at Merapi Country Club
cycling through nearby villages and agricultural lands
or horse riding through the foothills of the Menoreh hills
range of traditional Javanese massage and beauty treatments
and gamelan music performances in nearby villages.
Highlight – The Intellectual and The Spiritual
as a cultural and intellectual resort, offers an Evening Lecture program.
Guest speakers, all members of Yogyakarta University’s faculty, regularly
present informal lectures in the Library on topics ranging from “Javanese
Philosophy and World Outlook” to “The Early Classic Temples of Java”.
And also, Amanjiwo, in homage to its spiritual and mystical location,
arranges by appointment private Meditation and relaxation classes
hosted by some of Central Java’s most respected Spiritual Master.