Located at the westernmost point of the small Sunda Islands (Indonesia), Bali owns the most luxurious and ideal resorts in the world. The island is one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Southeast Asia with the charm of the deep blue beach, the majestic volcanoes, the cool climate, rich cuisine and unique cultural features. private.
Koh Rong, Cambodia
Koh Rong is the largest and fastest growing island of Cambodia located off the coast of Sihanoukville. This emerging destination doesn’t have vibrant beach clubs, instead it is a nightlife around pubs, full moon parties and dancing on palm-shaded beaches. On Koh Rong, visitors find rustic lodgings, cheap motels and beach bars.
Koh Kood, Thailand
The fourth largest but least populated island in Thailand, Koh Kood can be a bit difficult to access but owns a beautiful beach chain and no crowds of tourists like Phuket. Visitors can choose to experience fishing with locals, Thai cooking class, visit Khlong Chao waterfall, enjoy massage service on white sand beach … The pace of life in Koh Kood is said to be like Thailand 30 or 40 years ago.
Located off the northwest coast of Malaysia, secluded bay, coastal mangroves, lush nature with deep valleys and ancient rainforests make Langkawi an ideal place for nature lovers course. Not only that, Langkawi is home to the first UNESCO Geopark in Southeast Asia. Visitors can experience Panorama Langkawi SkyCab to the top of Mount Mat Cincang (708 m) to admire Langkawi and surrounding islands, take a selfie on the 125-meter-long Sky Bridge …
Spectacular scenery, countless white sand beaches and towering limestone rocks are treasures that make Palawan a tropical paradise. Travel + Leisure magazine rated Palawan as “the most beautiful island in the world” while many people thought El Nido and Coron beaches here were rivals of the Maldives.
Lombok converges all the charm of Bali except for the crowds and traffic. In addition to the clear blue beaches and impressive surfing spots, visitors can participate in the trekking experience of the active Rin Rin volcano, looming in the northern half of the island.
Phu Quoc, Vietnam
Located off the southwest coast of our country, the largest island in the Gulf of Thailand is an emerging resort destination that has attracted international tourists in recent years. Not only has a series of beautiful beaches and rich mountains, Phu Quoc also owns luxury resorts, world-class of famous brands.