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Named after the Sanskrit word for peace, aman, and the Tagalog word for island, Amanpulo is a serene retreat offering the pure white sands, turquoise seas and endless blue skies for which the Philippine archipelago is famed. The entire island of Pamalican is dedicated to Amanpulo, fringed by seven square kilometres of pristine coral reef and lapped by the tranquil Sulu Sea. The newly launched Aman Spa is designed as a peaceful sanctuary  in which guests can indulge in pampering beauty treatments and enhance their fitness. Located on a hillside above the treetops and with views of the Sulu Sea, the spa is composed of a series of pavilions constructed of native wood and other natural materials. 

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Water Sports. Sailing, Windsurfing, Fishing, Cruises, Snorkeling, Scuba Diving, Land Activities.

Cycling. Nature Walks, Bird Watching, Turtle Hatching, Private Dining, Stargazing.

Spa and Wellness. At Amanpulo relaxation and wellness go hand in hand. The Aman Spa is situated on a hillside above the treetops with views of the Sulu Sea. Designed as a tranquil sanctuary, it consists of a series of pavilions constructed of native wood and other natural materials.


Spa, PADI dive centre, marine sports, tennis courts, playground, golf cart for each casita, library with CDs and DVDs, boutique, free WiFi throughout. In rooms: flatscreen satellite TV, CD/DVD player, iPod dock, minibar, coffee-machine.


Check-out 8am for 9.30am flight connections; 1pm for 2.30pm flights (not flexible due to flight departure schedule). Check-in, 9am in low season (June–October); 2.30pm in high season (November–May).

Children Welcome: baby cots are provided for free and extra beds for older children cost S$100 a night (or they can sleep on day-beds in your room for free). Babysitting with hotel staff can be arranged for PHP300 an hour, with 48 hours’ notice. 

Also Rates exclude breakfast but include resort activities (non-motorised boats, tennis, gym and yoga). A minimum three-night stay often applies, but you'll want to stay longer.