Amandari (which means “peaceful spirits”) opened
in 1989. It is located about 45 minutes from Denpasar airport
and five minutes from the art community of Ubud, in Central
Bali. The village of Kedewatan lies adjacent to the resort.
Designed as a Balinese village, Amandari has river-stone walkways
and high paras-stone walls. The open-air lobby was designed
after a wantilan, a village meeting place.
The pathway that runs through Amandari and down the valley
to the river below is sacred land. Every six months for hundreds
of years, Balinese have taken the path down to a pool of holy
water. Just above this spring-fed pool sit three modest shrines
and an ancient tiger carved into rock.
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