Travel in style on a private jet and stay in five Aman, the world’s most exclusive hotels. Helicopter over Angkor Wat, one of the great manmade wonders of the world, and land at a lost temple in the jungle for a gourmet picnic lunch; enjoy a fabulous champagne cocktail party and dinner on a spectacular cliff top overlooking the waves crashing into Vinh Hy Bay; participate in a traditional Lao Baci Ceremony performed by a Buddhist monk to celebrate a momentous occasion; walk on the pristine white sand beaches of Amanpulo's private island and snorkel in the crystal clear blue waters; experience both Old Japan and New Japan, visiting Tokyo's legendary Tsukiji fish market, and getting an insider's view of the Asian contemporary art scene in some of Tokyo's top galleries.
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Your luxury journey begins today at the stimulating Bangkok airport, where you will be met with your private jet. Fly to your first destination - Cam Ranh, Vietnam - to check in to the luxurious Amanoi hotel in Ninh Thuan. Enjoy lunch at the hotel, then relax or take in the awe-inspiring scenery before the evening’s welcome cocktail party and dinner.
Enjoy a day at Amanoi, a luxury spa and resort located in Nui Chua National Park. Spend your time at one of the two pools, playing tennis, enjoying the fitness center, or simply relaxing on the incredible white-sand beach: the resort is your oyster!
Explore the stunning Nui Chua National Park today on a private tour with your own car, driver, and guide: choose between a hike to Amanoi Peak for panoramic views of the East Sea, a trek through the lush forests around Hanging Lake, or a visit to Binh Hung Island Hamlet to experience the local fishing culture.
Bid Amanoi adieu as you head towards your next exciting destination: Laos. After breakfast, you will be privately transported to the airport, where you will take a private jet to Luang Prabang and check into Amantaka, an elegant boutique hotel housed in a French colonial building. After lunch at the hotel, enjoy a visit to the Royal Palace Museum, the Wat Mai Suwannaphumaham Temple, and Wat Phonphao Temple, where you will enjoy a traditional Baci Ceremonial Dinner.
Spend the day exploring the charming town of Luang Prabang, Laos’ ancient imperial capital. From a cruise on the Mekong River to traditional village visits, from the Pak Ou Caves to the beautiful Kuang Si waterfall, choose the places that interest you most, with your own private car, driver and guide to transport you before returning to your hotel for dinner and a cocktail party with a traditional puppetry show.
Wake at sunrise to experience Tak Bat - the giving of alms to local monks. After the ceremony, enjoy breakfast at your hotel before your private transfer to the airport to catch your private jet to Siem Reap, Cambodia. You will stay in the luxurious Amansara, the former guesthouse of King Sihanouk, just 10 minutes from Angkor Wat. This afternoon, explore Siem Reap or enjoy a therapeutic treatment at Amansara’s spa before a cocktail party and dinner at Khmer Village House.
Rise before dawn to experience sunrise at Angkor Wat, before returning for breakfast. Board a helicopter to soar over the area for a bird’s eye view of dozens of ancient Khmer temples. Land in the jungle at the lost temple of Bantey Ampil for a gourmet champagne picnic lunch. Visit an NGO where disadvantaged youth are trained as artisans to create a variety of fine handicrafts.
Visit the Conservatoire of Apsara Dance near the gorgeous Banteay Srei temple, and have a special lunch with the school’s illustrious founder. Her aim is to preserve the sacred art of Cambodian dance and create futures for the talented young dancers who will perform for you today. Visit their village and the home of one of the students, and learn about life in rural Cambodia.
Enjoy breakfast at Amansara before heading to the airport to board your private jet for Palawan by way of Manila. Amanpulo is a tropical paradise hotel set on its own private island in the Sulu Sea with powdery white sand beaches and crystal clear blue waters. Breathe in the salt air and enjoy a 60-minute afternoon massage at Amanpulo’s Aman Spa before a cocktail party and special dinner on the beach.
Spend a sybaritic day by the sea at Amanpulo: enjoy sailing, windsurfing, fishing, snorkelling, scuba diving, kayaking or simply relaxing on the beach at this spectacular resort. Drink fine wine and dine on delicious food in your private casita or in one of the excellent restaurants.
Start the day with a yoga class or Pilates session, or else a workout in the gym. Have a spa treatment at Aman spa and enjoy more watersports more swimming, diving or other watersports.
Fly to Tokyo by way of Manila, going from island paradise to one of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities. Check into Aman Tokyo, an ultra-luxe hotel located in the top six floors of the Otemachi Tower, and enjoy afternoon tea and a special Koto performance at the hotel before a cocktail party and dinner.
Explore the bustling Tsukiji Fish Market and taste some of the world’s finest sushi followed by a visit to Tokyo’s top contemporary art galleries and museums including the 21-21 Design Sight Museum. For a diversion, experience Akihabara’s geek-youth culture of cosplay (costume dressup), electronics emporiums, pachinko parlors, maid cafes, cat/bunny cafes, anime (cartoons) and manga (comic books) that are obsessions of the young Japanese.
Make the most of your final full day with visiting Omotesando Street, one of central Tokyo’s smartest boulevards; the Nezu Museum of traditional Japanese art; the Meiji shrine and finally Harajuku where young Japanese gather every afternoon to dress up in outrageous costumes to show off to the world. Next, take a traditional sword fighting lesson or a sushi making class and indulge in some of your delicious creations. In the evening, have a fabulous farewell cocktail party and dinner.
Today, your incredible journey through Southeast Asia and Japan concludes, as you are transferred to Tokyo airport to catch your flight onward. You may optionally extend your trip to visit Kyoto, Nara, Hakone, Kanazawa, Naoshima or other interesting places in Japan.
Amanoi, open in September 2013, is located in the stunning conservation area of Vinh Hy Bay, one of Vietnam’s most sought-after coasts. Its contemporary rooms, suites, and villas, are extremely well-appointed, providing not only stunning coastal views, but also modern comforts effortlessly blended with traditional Vietnamese touches to lend the entire resort a strong sense of place amidst luxurious surroundings. The restaurant, bar, and beach club, serve up some of Vietnam’s finest and freshest foods, along with a tempting selection of cocktails and other refreshments. Guests can spend some time in the resort’s breathtaking spa, in its state-of-the-art-gym, and enjoying a languid swim in its pools and ocean to feel refreshed, rejuvenated, and best of all, totally relaxed. Snorkeling is a crowd favorite in Vinh Hy Bay, and the resort is fully-equipped for those who wish to partake.
Amantaka is set south of Phousi Mountain and close to the banks of the Mekong River and the Luang Prabang Night Market. The resort, an old French colonial building, is surrounded by a spacious courtyard, and has 24 suites – eight deluxe suites, four pool suites, eight Khan suites, two Mekong suites and two Amantaka suites, all with spacious interior and exterior living areas. Facilities include a spa, a fitness center, a library and a boutique art gallery. Amantaka is little more than a ten- minute drive from Luang Prabang International Airport (LPQ).
Located approximately five miles from the famed Angkor Wat, Amansara is sleek, stylish and superbly private. Formerly the guest villa of King Norodom Sihanouk, the grounds were originally laid out in 1962 and designed to embrace both modern design and the rich artistic legacy of Cambodia. This tranquil oasis is surrounded by beautiful gardens and includes a curved slate swimming pool. The 24 suites are decorated in a classic Indochinese palette of cool gray, pristine white, dark timber and ivory, and all include a private courtyard and soothing water features; 12 suites are equipped with private swimming pools. The Roof Garden, shaded by trees, is the ideal venue for relaxing by candlelight with cocktails, or for invigorating morning yoga sessions. The Spa, which has four treatment rooms, focuses on therapeutic Cambodian techniques using organic products. Every suite has access to its own remork and driver. On the 2007 Zagat Survey list of the world’s best hotels, Amansara was ranked number two for service.
Located on a private island, Amanpulo is possibly the perfect beach escape. Pamalican island is secluded and offers a variety of sea, sand and tropical-retreat pleasures, in exclusive comfort and in traditionally styled accommodation. The 40 Beach, Hillside and Treetop Casitas are modeled on local bahay kubo dwellings, and each has its own golf cart for island exploration. All casitas come with a flat-screen satellite television, DVD/CD player and iPod dock, all connected to a surround-sound system. This romantically remote island caters to those who wish to 'hammock' and beach-comb during their days in paradise, and also to those who seek a more active agenda of ocean adventures. There are tennis courts, a high-tech, air-conditioned gym, and a serene, 100-foot pool. The open-air Garden and Beach Salas are discreetly secluded and offer holistic body treatments. Wi-fi is available throughout the property. Amanpulo is a one-hour flight on the resort's private plane from Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) in Manila. Flights are scheduled throughout the day to meet arriving guests.
Since its opening at the end of 2014, Aman Tokyo has been one of the most talked-about luxury hotels in the city. The most striking thing about it is its location; spread across the top six floors of a 40-storey tower in the Otemachi business district, the panoramic views are simply incredible. What’s more, all of the 84 rooms and suites take full advantage of the lofty position with floor-to-ceiling windows letting light in during the daytime, while also framing the breathtaking lit-up cityscape at night. Aman Tokyo has also received praise for its impressive interiors, which have been inspired by minimalistic design, including the use of camphor wood, washi paper and stone surfaces throughout the rooms as well as traditional Japanese facilities such as large ‘furo’ baths. Situated on the 33rd floor, both guests and non-guests can enjoy the fine Mediterranean food at the hotel’s signature restaurant, not forgetting more of those incredible views across Tokyo stretching as far as the Imperial Palace Gardens and Mount Fuji in the distance. Elsewhere, there is a spa, enclosed garden area, swimming pool, wine cellar, cigar lounge and a whole host of other facilities to keep guests entertained.