Tuesday, June 11, 2013

The Hidden Beauty Of Asia: Island Resorts

With the recent boom in the tourism industry, it is not hard to imagine why beautiful and luxurious vacation sites are also on the rise. The concept of a luxurious vacation equating the idea of spending more to expect more and experience more along with this is obviously becoming handicapped as time wears on. Arguably, there are destinations scattered in our planet that only requires a watchful eye for everyone to notice.

In Asia, the continent is teeming with natural wonders that provide beyond-standard tropical beauty. Surely molded to give you satisfaction, here are some of the top three private resorts in Asia that everyone must visit, without so much being so luxurious on your pockets:

1.       Cocoa island, Maldives

An expensive resort opening up the list, Cocoa Island in Maldives is among those who are consistently ranking as one of the best beaches in the world. Perfectly suitable for those who would want to enjoy the serene and peaceful life, this island resort will definitely empty your stress bottle. Despite its seclusion to the metropolis, Cocoa Island is fully modernized which can be accessible by a company owned private plane.

2.       Amanpulo, Palawan

Pristine beach in an island isolated from the mainland, Amanpulo is a combination of the word Aman (Sanskrit) which means “peace” and Pulo (Tagalog) which means “island.” Though not as expensive as any other luxurious island getaway in the market, Amanpulo in Palawan is sure to satisfy your beach palette with their friendly staffs and exquisite choices of food. Though consistent in every list to some of the best, Amanpulo houses for rooms in a very large island to ensure the privacy and tranquility of your stay.

3.       Bunga Raya Island Resort, Malaysia

Specifically located on the Island of Gaya in Sabah Malaysia, the Bunga Raya Island Resort differs from other private resorts because of its nature-rich environment. Named after the hibiscus flower, this island resort is as exotic as its name and is a part of a coral reef system which visitors can enjoy. With less than 50 villas, the management stresses on the importance of relaxing on a such a crowd less place.

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