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Amatara Resort & Wellness welcomes Asian Superstars Andy Lau and Chow Yun-Fat, and renowned Hong Kong film production luminaries

Amatara Resort & Wellness, Thailand’s most prestigious resort and wellness experience, was delighted and honored to welcome some of the brightest stars in Chinese and Hong Kong cinema. The resort hosted legendary film director Andrew Lau, film producer and screenwriter Wong Jing and Asian superstars Nick Cheung, Jacky Cheung and the inimitable Chow Yun-Fat for principal photography of their forthcoming international motion picture.

This new film takes place in Thailand and features exclusive scenes shot at beautiful locations around Amatara Resort & Wellness, including The Lobby, The Library and the ocean-view swimming pool. The gathering of international heavyweights from Asia’s burgeoning top-class film production industry highlights the truly special character of Amatara Resort & Wellness. The resort’s concept of “Amatara,” or immoral water, sits perfectly with the mystique, imagery and passion resplendent in the work of this group of revered filmmakers.

“We are very proud that Amatara’s world-class facilities and unique location have been able to provide suitably fitting backdrops for Andrew’s new film,” said Brice Borin, General Manager of Amatara Resort & Wellness. “The cast and crew were amazing to work with, and it was a magical experience and deep personal honor to be able to host the most elite actors and filmmakers working in Chinese and Hong Kong cinema today. It is something our staff will never forget.”
 
For more information about Amatara Resort & Wellness, please call Tel +66 (0) 76 200 800, +66 (0) 76 318 888, Fax +66 7620 0803, or visit www.amataraphuket.com or email sales.phuket@amataraphuket.com.

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About Amatara Resort & Wellness

Secluded in a tranquil bay of Cape Panwa, Amatara Resort & Wellness features 105 rooms and suites, each with its own private balcony and sea view. The stunning Premier Sea View rooms, Pavilions and Suites set new standards in comfort and design. The ultimate Pool Villas feature their own private pool, guaranteeing unforgettable luxury and privacy. The lush resort also offers the finest gourmet cuisines and one of the region’s best ocean view spa facilities.

 

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