The Dining Room and Bar are located in an open-air pavilion with a soaring 15-metre roof made of bamboo. Indonesian hardwood flooring and solid coconut pillars support the tropical structure which looks out over Amanwana Bay. A daily menu of Asian and Western food is served at breakfast, lunch and dinner. Romantic campfire dinners on the beach and starlight cruises can be arranged. Drinks can be taken at the teak-top bar or in the comfy loungers adjacent to the dining area.
Located at the far end of the camp, a few metres from the shoreline, the Music Pavilion is an open-air forest sanctuary where guests can listen to music from an iPod station on cushions and loungers, enjoy picnics, afternoon tea or sunset cocktails.
Amanwana’s Library specialises in books on Indonesian art and culture, and also features a wide range of books on marine life. A laptop is available for Internet access.
Snorkelling equipment, windsurfers and kayaks are available from the thatched-roof bale close to the Boardwalk. The Boardwalk itself is furnished with sun-loungers and shade umbrellas. A freshwater dipping pool is set against a wall of coral rock and a shower is set into the cliff face.
A variety of superb dive spots are easily accessible from Amanwana. Guests can organise their underwater programme at the Dive Centre, which also offers a complete range of diving equipment.
jungle cove spa
The open-air Jungle Cove Spa is set just back from the beach beneath a roof of shady tamarind trees. Simple coral stone walls divide the outdoor spa into three treatment areas, each with a recessed soaking tub and a shower. All three boast views of Amanwana Bay. Treatments include massages, freshfruit facials and black Borneo body scrubs.
A variety of Indonesian crafts and antiques can be found in the Gift Shop. A few Moyo-made offerings are also available.
Wireless broadband connections are available in all resort accommodations and some public areas.