With the history of Angkor Wat, culture wonders of Tonle Sap, and urban adventures of Phnom Penh, the luxury beaches and private islands are often ignored. That’s a mistake.
It’s official: Boracay is closing. But, for travelers who want tropical paradise and a party in the Philippines, there are quite a few options left.
White-sand paradise and a kayak full of sushi right next to Abu Dhabi – if you’ve got a big party in need of an even bigger island, Zaya Nurai may be what you’re seeking.
Eco-friendly beaches, city getaways, and private islands – some of the best beaches in the Philippines are found in Palawan.
Being environmentally-minded doesn’t mean sacrificing service. Some of the most beautiful, isolated, and exclusive hideaways in Southeast Asia are maintained by luxury resorts.