Amanpulo, Pamalican Island
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Pamalican Island is a small island of the Cuyo Islands in the Sulu Sea between Palawan and Panay. It is set in the middle of a 7 square-kilometer coral reef. It was originally exploited as a struggling family-owned plantation, then purchased by Andres Soriano Jr., his children decided to build a resort and leased the management to Aman Resorts under the name of Amanpulo.
Amanpulo offers 40 casitas designed in Philippine style. Each casita comes with a buggy to explore the island. 29 are Beach casitas with private pathways to the white sand beach. 4 Treetop casitas above the tree-line and 5 Hillside Casitas with amazing views. Another 2 deluxe Hillside casitas offer the most spectacular panoramic views of the Sulu Sea.
Villas can also be rented or purchased within the resort with complimentary use of the resort facilities.
The resort offers many services, restaurants, bars, spa, library, swimming-pool, beach club, boutique, tennis, windsurfing school, diving center, sailing and cruising, fishing and snorkeling.
It is a great place to relax and enjoy water and beach activities.