Sunday, October 20, 2019

9 beautiful beaches in Southeast Asia that you should visit once

Smooth white sand, sparkling clear blue water is what we often see when going to beaches in Southeast Asia. And there are many more things you can explore when visiting the beaches below.

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Siargao, Philippines

In Siargao, there are many interesting activities that visitors can experience. Specifically, Cloud 9 in Siargao is one of the best surfing spots in the world for surfers.

If visitors don't come to Siargao to surf, they can still visit mangrove forests, dark blue estuaries, camp in the Soultribe or honeymoon at the Nay Palad Hideaway. In addition, in Siargao, visitors can swim in the cave in Tayangban or jump the cliff in the pool between the Magpupungko rocks.

Bohol, Philippines

Bohol has enchanting white sand beaches just an hour and a half south of Manila. It is also home to the Chocolate Hills, where there are 1,268 strange conical mounds.

These mounds have a soft green color in the rainy season but will turn a milky brown chocolate color in the dry season, turning the whole landscape into a forest of Hershey’s Kisses.

Lombok, Indonesia

Besides Pink Beach and the black sand beaches in Senggigi, Lombok also has many waterfalls hidden in lush tropical forests, typically Tiu Kelep. Tourists can come here to visit and bathe in the romantic waterfalls.

Binh Hung, Vietnam

Binh Hung is an island in Khanh Hoa province, only 10 minutes by boat from Vinh Hy bay, Binh Tien beach or 45 minutes by ferry from Ba Ngoi port in Cam Ranh city. Here, visitors can enjoy sea cuisine in the seafood rafts and visit the coastal oyster breeding rafts.

Song Saa, Cambodia

Song Saa owns one of the first luxury resorts in Cambodia, which has floating villas on the water and high-speed boat tours. This is an ideal place for tourists to come for resort, but if you want to take part in other activities, you can snorkel around the coral reefs restored by the resort and visit the bird reserve in Koh Rong island.

Krabey Island, Cambodia

Only 15 minutes away from the Cambodian coast, Krabey Island is a private island with an area of just over 100,000m2 and only a Six Senses resort with 40 villas on a private beach for tourists to stay.

Koh Ta Kiev, Cambodia

Koh Ta Kiev is an island with an area of nearly 13 km2 located on the side of Ream National Park. Coming here, visitors can rent a hammock or a thatched hut to watch the sunset and especially swim at the glowing beach of Plankton Beach after dark.

Alila Villas Koh Russey Resort, Cambodia

Alila Villas Koh Russey Resort, located on Koh Rong Island, owns 50 rooms, 13 villas and nearly a mile of private beach with beautiful golden sand, is an ideal place for tourists to relax.

Perhentian Islands, Malaysia

In Perhentian, there are two main islands, Kecil and Besar. While Kecil Island is smaller and suitable for backpackers, the large island of Besar has more resorts and more suitable for families.

Among the resorts here, Perhentian Island Resort is a typical resort with lush forests. This is the place for those who like scuba diving and snorkeling must come to see elephant sharks, turtles, brain corals, and branch corals. One thing to note is that the dry season here is very long (lasting from March to September).

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