a mindful and cultural journey across asia
Traveling west from China to Bhutan and India, then south to Sri Lanka by private jet and staying in Aman properties.
Experience the dynamic vibrancy of Shanghai and the peace of a Zen-infused camphor forest on its fringes; breathe in the pristine air of the Himalaya’s sole-remaining Buddhist Kingdom as you explore Bhutan’s forested valleys, revered temples, and lofty mountain peaks; discover the exotic colours, famed cuisine and tiger-inhabited wilds of Rajasthan; and stop time on Sri Lanka’s south coast through the colonial grace of Galle Fort and Tangalle’s balmy beaches.
A tranquil village of historic dwellings surrounded by sacred camphor woodland, Amanyangyun’s peaceful and introspective setting belies its proximity to downtown Shanghai.
Home to scenic West Lake, Hangzhou is equally famed for its tea plantations, its ancient silk trade, and its pilgrimage route of picturesque Buddhist temples that lie adjacent to the restored stone village that today is Amanfayun.
Enjoy the central and western valleys of Bhutan, one of the most remote and pristine environments on Earth, including the Tiger’s Nest Monastery, Thimphu’s Pangri Zampa Lakhang, where monks study astrology, the National Library, and the National Textile Museum, as well as Paro’s beautiful Dzong and ancient Kyichu Lkakhang temple.
Explore the rich heritage of Rajasthan and discover the benefits of Ayurveda, practice yoga in the gardens and float over serene Mansarover Lake.
Set on the fringes of Ranthambore National Park, one of the world’s premier tiger sanctuaries, enjoy Aman-i-Khas, a luxurious wilderness camp offering guided wildlife-viewing expeditions into the park and a deep immersion in this region’s remarkable heritage.
Sri Lanka is the perfect destination in which to wind down this remarkable journey.
In the historic port of Galle, Amangalla rests within the ramparts of Galle Fort, revealing the Unesco World Heritage Sites’ daily activities from its gracious verandah.
A scenic two-hour drive from Galle heading east along Sri Lanka’s south coast, Amanwella is situated in a mature coconut grove on an idyllic crescent-shaped beach, offering all the balm of sun, sea, and sand.