Amandari Celebrates 30th Anniversary with Cultural Experiences

The 30th of each month sees guests invited to anniversary drinks featuring a Joged performance by students from the in-house dance school and other activities.

Photo: Amandari

The second-oldest property of the Aman brand, Bali’s Amandari, is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year with a range of special events and immersive cultural experiences.

The 30th of each month sees guests invited to anniversary drinks featuring a Joged performance by students from the in-house dance school, while regular painting workshops teach the Kamasan style, which is often used to depict Hindu epics and indigenous stories. Also on the cards are full-moon hikes followed by picnics with gamelan music.

More information here.

This article originally appeared in the February/March 2019 print issue of DestinAsian magazine (“A Balinese Bash”).

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