Islands and Beaches
Looking for some relaxation in the sun? Want to stay on beautiful beaches while sipping fruity drinks in a hammock? Looking to swim in turquoise blue water? Looking to dive coral reefs or hike in great tropical forests? Good- we do too! But with plethora of islands in Southeast Asia, it is hard to always know where to go. Where are the best beaches? The best diving? The best place for a honeymoon?
Tropical islands provide people with a unique and exotic location to have their vacation. These islands provide a great setting for those who want to escape. Everyday life can be stressful and going to these islands can be a great way to relax. Many islands in Southeast Asian region have accommodations that can cater to your needs, be it luxury or modest huts. For people who love the ocean, these places are the best. .
Additionally, tropical islands provide an excellent escape for couples or those who are on their honeymoon. There’s nothing better than sitting on a deserted beach with a coconut drink in your hand with your loved one. With beautiful beach and stunning sunset at the background, these island make for the perfect escape because all you have time to do is spend time with your significant one. And isn’t that what it’s all about?
There are so many beautiful regions in Southeast Asia that it is hard to pinpoint a favored or “most delectable’’ area as everyone’s taste differs. Some of the world’s finest beaches are here and the many thousands of islands of Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand leave great scope for exploring.
Here are some Islands & beaches worth visiting:
Palawan is an island paradise, southwest of the Philippine Archipelago, amidst a cluster of over 1000 islets blessed with a tropical climate..More Info
The Langkawi archipelago is a cluster of 99 islands just off the coast of Kedah, close to Perlis and just south of Thailand..More Info
Bali is a major tourist destination for people going to Indonesia and is one of the most popular islands in the world..More Info
Located in eastern Thailand, this island has seen a lot of development in recent years but luckily it is still relatively deserted..More Info
Sitting back in a hammock, looking out over the quiet surf, you may wonder why more people don’t know about Phu Quoc Island…More Info
Sokha Beach is a beautiful beach, a crescent of sand about one kilometer long and comparatively wide so that there is plenty of sand for sunbathing…More Info