Amanpuri reopens its doors on 1st August.


When I say Phuket is the most exotic and paradise on earth, I think it’s not too much. Phuket city is the best of all the cities in Thailand, as it’s looking pretty good, has wide streets, a lot of markets, and a lot of tourists. The view of the city is marvelous if you can compare it with Pattaya or Bangkok. Amanpuri, that as we know it's the legend returns to Phuket, reopens its doors on 1 August, and is ready and waiting to welcome guests to enjoy its legendary hospitality once again. From visiting Michelin-starred chefs to the new Sunset Terrace, a host of experiences await, tailored for international travelers seeking solace on Phuket’s shores.

Space and serenity surrounded by nature

With its tranquil setting, Amanpuri has served as a sanctuary for over three decades. Soundtracked by the whispers of coconut palms and the sighs of the Andaman Sea, Aman’s first resort presides over its own peninsula. Its pitched-roofed pavilions and villas, Holistic Wellness Centre, and pristine secluded beach create an iconic retreat that is still renowned today as Aman’s flagship. 

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The new Journey to Peace: As it is Retreat with a holistic focus runs from 19th to 25th October 2021, and is led by Buddhist monk and mindfulness coach, Lama (monk) Master Geshe YongDong (Geshe La). One of the few Bon spiritual masters living in the west. During the retreat, Geshe La will guide participants on how to 'let go', allowing them to find clarity and solace in the present moment through daily Tsa Lung breathwork and a 90-minute group training session. 

From 18th to 23rd November 2021, Amanpuri will offer a new five-night Laguna Phuket Triathlon Retreat, designed specifically for athletes competing in Asia's longest-running triathlon. Guests will receive an initial 3D scan and a consultation before gaining access to the resort's extensive Hydrotherapy facilities and taking part in stretching sessions and guided practice rides. Amanpuri's carefully calibrated Individual Wellness Immersions will also continue throughout 2021, balancing every aspect of health and wellness. 


It’s a lifestyle from the comfort of their spacious villa

For you who want to yearn for your own tropical escape, the Amanpuri Villa Experience will be ideal, showcasing the best of Phuket. You will stay for a minimum of three nights will enjoy full board with a personal Thai chef and butler, a 60-minute holistic massage, daily group movement classes, and full access to the resort's exceptional facilities such as the Eco-Beach Discovery Centre and digital hub known as the Hot Spot, for children and teenagers. For guests looking to reconnect with their family, the Amanpuri Family Escape provides the opportunity for multi-generation groups to bond over various activities such as a cooking class, water sports, and daily movement sessions. 

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Amanpuri also welcomes a host of gastronomy experiences for guests this coming season. The new Sunset Terrace offers an idyllic destination for coming together, with breathtaking views across the bay. For 2021, the terrace unveils a new menu, alongside a cocktail list created by Amanpuri's mixologist and inspired by Thai myths, legends, and folk stories. A new dining location, the floating platform, will also be available from November onwards. The resort is also pleased to present a new Gastronomy Series, with Michelin-starred chefs invited to Amanpuri's restaurant kitchens on selected dates throughout 2021. Confirmed names include Chef Wilfrid Hocquet, Executive Chef at Blue by Alain Ducasse, at Amanpuri's spectacular settings. Guests can also look forward to a Thai Cooking Masterclass with Chef Kannika and a Pasta Making Masterclass ideal for families. 



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