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You won’t find glitz and glamour here. The Amanyangyun, built from fifty Ming- and Qing-dynasty dwellings relocated from China's historic Jiangxi province, is more than just a hotel. It’s a feat of architectural- and ecological- conservation, and a place where remnants of Old China can be seen frozen in time. Here, it’s all about embracing a tranquil and more simple way of life where unforgettable moments unfold amid ethereal camphor trees, skillfully blended with 21st century comforts like a lakeside farm-to-table Italian restaurant, and a 2,840 m2 spa and wellness centre. Aman minimalism also abounds in the choice of everything that makes up the hotel, from the building materials that include lots of black stone and Namu wood, to the rooms done in a restful, earthy color palette, and the experience is simply one of a kind.