Amanjiwo lies within a natural amphitheater at the foot of the Menoreh Hills overlooking Borobudur, the world’s largest and most beautiful Buddhist monument. The resort rests among verdant terraced rice fields and coconut, clove and citrus groves with mountain streams bordering the property on two sides. The architecture of Amanjiwo draws from the history, tradition and culture of Central Java, widely recognized as the birthplace of modern day culture found throughout Indonesia.
The main public building is circular in design and rises to a domed centerpiece. The arrival Porte Cochere is flanked by the Lobby, Library, Shop and Gallery and leads to the Bar that overlooks the Dining Room. Stepping down to the lower level reveals panoramic views of the sweeping plains to Borobudur and onto Mt. Sumbing. An outdoor terrace lounge area shaded by trees completes the Dining Room. Two semi circular terraces of 34 suites frame the main building with pathways linking the guest accommodation to the resort facilities. All suites enjoy the view of the plain. Below the lower crescent is the swimming pool and informal Pool Club restaurant.
Amanjiwo is located in Central Java, the cultural heartland of Java and modern Indonesia. The rich tradition and ancient culture are revealed as guests have the opportunity to experience the breathtaking nature beauty of rural Java, temples and arts that date back to the 8th and 9th centuries. Amanjiwo’s knowledgeable drivers are able to provide a wonderful introduction to the many attractions of the area.
Note 1: For less than 20 persons, you will need to take the wedding package which already includes 1 suite for the Bride & Groom.
For less than 60 persons, you will need to book a minimum of 5 rooms. Maximum capacity for weddings is 100 persons, where you will need to book out the resort (minimum 28 rooms).
Note 2: Block-out periods include 1st – 3rd August, 20th December – 4th January, Easter and Chinese New Year.