April 19, 2017

Amanpulo: A peaceful islet in an archipelago

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  • An island which promises an unrivalled view of the cerulean sky and the clear, turquoise sea, Amanpulo is a place to visit to those who looking for a somewhere serene, picturesque, and luxurious. The word Amanpulo, a word which came from the Sanskrit word aman which means peace, and the Filipino word pulo which translates to islet, is exactly that: a peaceful island.

    Amanpulo is an island resort located in the Cuyo Archipelago, northeast of Palawan. Since it’s located in a secluded island, the place is only accessible via a private plane on its own airstrip. It is famous for its powdery white-sand beach which stretches along the island’s 6.5 kilometer perimeter. Aside from its unspoilt beauty, it also boasts of a coral reef that is just waiting to be explored.

    The resort offers two kinds of accommodations to guests who want to get the full Amanpulo experience. The 68 square meter Beach Casitas are located along the island’s beaches. It features wooden sundecks and beach-side hammocks perfect for people who want to lounge around and have a good view of the waters. One-bedroom, two-bedroom, and four-bedroom Villas are a few steps away from the Pamalican Shore, complete with an expansive swimming pool, outdoor dining areas, and a club car which allows guests to explore the island.

    Amanpulo offers a variety of water activities like scuba diving and windsurfing, so people will get to see the full beauty of the island. Aside from this, other nature activities can be done in the island to get a closer glimpse of the nature and what it has to offer.

    The Clubhouse Restaurant and Beach Club provide guests with an exceptional dining experience, with their locally-caught seafood and island-grown vegetables, which assures people of nothing but the freshest and the best dishes.



    Address: Pamalican Island

    Tel: 02-976-5200

    Email: amanpulo@aman.com

    Website: www.aman.com/resorts/amanpulo

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