Bawah Island

DESTINATION

bawah island, Indonesia

HOTEL TYPE

Resort

LOCATION TYPE

Beachfront

WHY WE LOVE THIS HOTEL

Principals: The resort is committed to environmental and ocean conservation, building according to environmentally sustainable development guidelines, employing a zero-waste program, prohibiting pesticides and fishing, and promoting holistic wellness, and utilizing locally-grown ingredients.

Surroundings: From lush jungles to pristine crystal lagoons, this island paradise is an unforgettable getaway destination.

Accommodation: Luxurious and eco-friendly, without ostentation and crowds.

DETAILED DECRIPTION

Opened in late 2017, Bawah Island is an island resort that is part of Indonesia's Riau Islands, just a two hour journey from Singapore by ferry and seaplane. Bawah Island promises untouched paradise, composed of five lush jungle islands, three crystal clear lagoons, and 13 ivory powder beaches exclusively for a maximum of 70 guests. The eco-friendly resort is committed to environmental and ocean conservation, crafting its three garden suites, 21 beachfront suites, and 11 overwater villas from natural and recycled materials. Guests can spend the day hiking the forests and water sports in the pristine lagoons, indulge in holistic meals at two restaurants and wellness programs at the Aura spa and yoga pavilion, then end the day with cocktails from the bar at dusk and open-air cinema screenings under the stars.

Opened in late 2017, Bawah Island is an island resort that is part of Indonesia's Riau Islands, just a two hour journey from Singapore by ferry and seaplane. Bawah Island promises untouched paradise, composed of five lush jungle islands, three crystal clear lagoons, and 13 ivory powder beaches exclusively for a maximum of 70 guests. The eco-friendly resort is committed to environmental and ocean conservation, crafting its three garden suites, 21 beachfront suites, and 11 overwater villas from natural and recycled materials. Guests can spend the day hiking the forests and water sports in the pristine lagoons, indulge in holistic meals at two restaurants and wellness programs at the Aura spa and yoga pavilion, then end the day with cocktails from the bar at dusk and open-air cinema screenings under the stars.

Why We Love This Hotel

Principals: The resort is committed to environmental and ocean conservation, building according to environmentally sustainable development guidelines, employing a zero-waste program, prohibiting pesticides and fishing, and promoting holistic wellness, and utilizing locally-grown ingredients.

Surroundings: From lush jungles to pristine crystal lagoons, this island paradise is an unforgettable getaway destination.

Accommodation: Luxurious and eco-friendly, without ostentation and crowds.

Destination

Bawah Island, Indonesia

Hotel Type

Resort

Location Type

Beachfront

Amenities

24hr room service
bar/pub
concierge
garden
library
outdoor pool
poolside bar
private beach
restaurant
safety deposit boxes
spa
tennis court
wi-fi in public areas
yoga classes/instruction on site
Why Remote Lands?

Exclusively Asia

With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.

With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, in the continent that our north American founders Catherine and Jay have adored and explored for decades, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.

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