6 Great beach resorts in South East Asia


Twinpalms, Phuket, Thailand

Twinpalms Resort sAits about 175 meters from Surin Beach, one of the most beautiful areas of the golden tropical beaches of Phuket. Twinpalms is a modern and stylish hotel that offers the perfect blend of luxury and tranquility. Thanks to its proximity to the beautiful Surin Beach, its exceptional services, trendy bars and beach club, plus a first-class spa make a stay at this resort a memorable experience.

The Lind, Boracay Island, Philippines

The Philippines’ island Boracay is a tropical paradise featuring beautiful white sand beaches and a turquoise colored sea. The small island is only seven kilometers long and half a kilometer wide at its narrowest point. On the beautiful White Beach of Boracay (at Station 1) the newly opened Lind Boracay has made its mark.

This 5-star hotel is from real world class. Its trendy and modern design is full of surprising details and serves discerning travelers that look for luxury and comfort. In addition to the serene ambiance and excellent service, The Lind serves excellent dishes at its fabulous rooftop terrace and is home to a remarkable infinity pool. Here the scenery of the setting sun over the white sand beach deserves a standing ovation.

Six Senses Samui Resort, Koh Samui, Thailand

The idyllic location – on the Northeast coast of the island of Koh Samui – and design of the 5-star Six Sense Samui is a pleasant surprise for many guests that visit this luxury resort. It is completely integrated into its green surroundings and is nearly impossible to see from the outside. Here you can expect an unmatched service and hospitality.
The resort is home to 66 villas, all with private pools, which are nestled in a beautiful landscape of native plants. They have great views of the Gulf of Thailand and direct access to the beautiful and tranquil Samrong Bay beach.
One of the most remarkable places of the resort is the restaurant on raised platforms that hang over the coastline, at the end of the headland. Here you can savor delicious dishes in complete privacy, just you and the sea.

Aleenta Hua Hin Resort & Spa, Thailand

Aleenta is an original boutique luxury resort that is part of the “Small Luxury Hotels of the World”. This 5-star accommodation sits on the kilometer-long golden Pranburi beach at less than three hours drive from Bangkok. Aleenta Resort and Spa is a minimalist, bungalow-style building with white walls and thatched roofs. The suites, most with private pools, are within walking distance from the sea and offer impressive views of the beautiful Gulf of Thailand.

In the Aleenta Hua Hin Resort, ou can spend your time active or relaxed. Whether you lay down in your hammock on your terrace, sign up for a cooking class or join an enlightening Vinyasa Yoga class, you will for sure enjoy the excellent service this resort offers.

Gili Lankanfushi, Maldives

Gili Lankanfushi is situated on a “Robinson Crusoe island” in the middle of the Indian Ocean. At arrival, you hand over your flip flops (Gilli has a no-shoe policy) and the ultimate island feeling can begin.

Every villa on Gili Lankanfushi has a butler, also called Mr. Friday, named after one of the protagonists of the famous book Robinson Crusoe. Gili Lankanfushi has only over the water villas – they possess even the largest over the water villa in the world – with the advantage that the most parts of the island are unspoiled and look like a deep mangrove jungle.

At Gili, you can take unique spa treatments, learn to surf with a pro, go snorkeling with an underwater biologist or taste the best wines along with a French sommelier.

On Lankanfushi island you go around walking (barefoot) or by bike. Every guest has a bike at its disposal and can ride over the wooden decks that connect the over the water villas, up to jungle where old trees form a natural hedge around you, and where you only hear tropical birds.

Belmond Napasai, Koh Samui, Thailand

The luxurious (5-star) Belmond Napasai, idyllically located in the north of Koh Samui, is nestled in a park-like garden at the quiet Ban Tai beach. Belmond Napasai has a double meaning. Belmond stands for “Beautiful World” and Napasai means “Clear Sky”. Perfectly chosen because when you arrive here, you feel like being in small paradise on a sunny day.

At Belmond Napasai you can fully enjoy the sun, sea and relax in one of the luxurious sea view villas that are beautifully set in a landscaped garden that gradually leads down to the turquoise sea.