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Peaceful retreats located on Bali’s southernmost peninsula, the Aman Villas at Nusa Dua are set within palm-fringed grounds and gardens, with swimming pools flanked by aromatic frangipani trees.
A heavenly retreat between sea and sky set on a cliff edge 1,000ft above sea level, Belmond Hotel Caruso is your private balcony over the Amalfi Coast.
Attached to the coast by a narrow isthmus, this charming seaside hideaway pairs cobbled lanes, shaded courtyards and 600-year-old red-tiled roofs with three pink-sand beaches and the august Villa Milocer on the mainland.
Staggeringly beautiful, the scalloped coastline of Bodrum Peninsula comprises sheltered coves and pretty villages, and it’s here that millennia of Greek and Roman history are evoked in Unesco-protected ruins.
Situated on a gentle rise surrounded by undulating olive groves, Amanzoe’s 360-degree views take in the Peloponnese countryside and rocky coves. The luxury resort is within easy reach of a wealth of Greek archaeological sites and bustling Porto Heli.
Superbly located within Rome’s most upscale residential area, between the green expanse of the Borghese gardens and the historical reminiscences of Valle Giulia and the Borghese Gallery, the Aldrovandi Villa Borghese is one of the most desirable premises in Rome within walking distance from extraordinary venues as the Spanish Steps and Via Veneto.
A wildlife camp on the threshold of Ranthambore National Park, this ten-tent safari outpost is set in a sun-dappled brushwood forest. The soaring six-metre canopies are divided Mughal style around a communal outdoor fireplace.
The distinct contemporary design of Amanwella is inspired by Geoffrey Bawa’s neat angles of the last century. The Tropical Modernist movement visible across southeast Asia resonates worldwide thanks to the Sri Lankan architect’s trademark blend of Corbusian minimalism and indigenous materials
A stunning and perfectly hand restored 15th century villa that lies proudly on the hillside of Fiesole, with inspirational views of Florence and the rolling Tuscan landscape.
Nestled within the landscape with scenic views out to the bay or gardens, the Suites are abound in elegant simplicity. Each of the 24 Suites measure 99 square metres (1,065 square feet) and feature a private onsen. Generous terraces provide maximum enjoyment of the natural surroundings in all seasons.
Be immersed in Halong Bay’s melange of dramatic landscapes and traditional cultures. Spend two nights aboard the Au Co, a lovely ship that combines modern amenities with Vietnamese flourishes. Explore the calm waters and small villages, meeting with the residents who call this pristine bay ‘home’.
Home to the densest concentration of Buddhist temples, pagodas, stupas and ruins in the world, Bagan is one of the region's most spectacular sights. This itinerary takes in the vast complex's main attractions including Ananda Temple, Bagan's holiest structure. While the temples are deservedly the main draw, guests will also have the opportunity to experience indigenous culture with visits to local villages to observe craftsmen manufacture specialities of the area such as lacquer ware and woodcrafts.
28 Gates is a private lodge for exclusive hire in Tasmania's Derwent Valley region, where guests can experience the local farm culture firsthand amid stunning surroundings, try fly fishing and get involved with a variety of farm activities.
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