After a scenic drive through Nui Chua National Park, guests ascend a broad bank of stairs to Amanoi’s Central Pavilion. On reaching the top, one experiences an unforgettable sense of arrival, as the panoramic views of the sea and coastline spread before one are simply breathtaking. Inspired by a traditional Vietnamese communal hall, the Central Pavilion occupies the hilltop and houses the Restaurant, Bar and an expansive terrace, all making the most of the breathtaking views. The resort’s Library offers a range of reading materials in several languages, together with a music collection and board games. The Boutique features a selection of traditional Vietnamese lacquerware, handmade jewellery and local bronze, copper, pottery and ceramic items, as well as resort apparel. Next to the Central Pavilion is the Cliff Pool, one of two swimming pools. The second is located at the Beach Club which overlooks the white-sand beach and offers dining and lounging areas, as well as a range of water sports equipment. The resort’s Aman Spa is a destination unto itself, set on a tranquil lake and surrounded by the National Park’s verdant hills. Amanoi's fitness options include a spacious, light-filled Gymnasium, a Pilates Studio and a lakeside Yoga Pavilion. There are also two outdoor tennis courts and a number of scenic walking, running and trekking routes on the property.