Pamalican Island

Philippines | Pacific Ocean

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Dreamy island resort, the endgame of an Aman quest to capture total perfection. All you are left with are the imperfect guests! Amanpula boasts powder white sand, colorful coral reefs, crystal waters and 40 casitas in updated Philippine-style.

Rates
(depending on season and booked accomodation):
from USD 500 to 2,500 per night per casita.

Location
Amanpulo is set on its own private island: Pamalican is one of the Quiniluban group, which makes up the northern half of the Cuyo Islands. The southern half is called the Cuyo group. The largest province in the Philippines, Palawan is about 340 kilometres south of Manila.

Accommodation
The resort's 40 casitas, 65-square-metre bungalows in hillside and beachside settings, are modelled after the Philippines' vahay kubo (native hut). Inside, decorative details reflect the islands: pebble-washed walls; coconut-shell and seashell tables; rustic Palawan rice and knife baskets; a king-size bed with a rattan headboard; sliding glass doors that reveal outdoor decks and his-and-her divans. Nearly half the space in a casita is given over to a Cebu marble bathroom, with twin vanities, separate changing areas, a shower and an elegant bathtub lit by twin wood windows. Amanpulo's 29 beach casitas come with a private path that leads through a tangle of bush directly onto a white sandy beach. Four treetop casitas rise above the island in the palm trees. Guests get around on open-sided, gasoline-powered carts, one to each casita.

Dreamy island resort, the endgame of an Aman quest to capture total perfection. All you are left with are the imperfect guests! Amanpula boasts powder white sand, colorful coral reefs, crystal waters and 40 casitas in updated Philippine-style.

Rates
(depending on season and booked accomodation):
from USD 500 to 2,500 per night per casita.

Location
Amanpulo is set on its own private island: Pamalican is one of the Quiniluban group, which makes up the northern half of the Cuyo Islands. The southern half is called the Cuyo group. The largest province in the Philippines, Palawan is about 340 kilometres south of Manila.

Accommodation
The resort's 40 casitas, 65-square-metre bungalows in hillside and beachside settings, are modelled after the Philippines' vahay kubo (native hut). Inside, decorative details reflect the islands: pebble-washed walls; coconut-shell and seashell tables; rustic Palawan rice and knife baskets; a king-size bed with a rattan headboard; sliding glass doors that reveal outdoor decks and his-and-her divans. Nearly half the space in a casita is given over to a Cebu marble bathroom, with twin vanities, separate changing areas, a shower and an elegant bathtub lit by twin wood windows. Amanpulo's 29 beach casitas come with a private path that leads through a tangle of bush directly onto a white sandy beach. Four treetop casitas rise above the island in the palm trees. Guests get around on open-sided, gasoline-powered carts, one to each casita.

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