Ready to take a vacation? Buckle up for our top most beautiful paradise islands in Asia!
Similan Islands, Thailand
More than just an island, the Similan Islands are nine archipelagos off Thailand’s west coast. Stunningly beautiful and protected by the Thai government, the crystal clear waters and marine nature reserve create an ideal environment for sightseeing, diving, and snorkeling.
Don’t miss the corals and tropical fish!
Pom Pom Island, Malaysia
Aside from having one of the most fun names of any island ever, Pom Pom is a gorgeous island located just east of Malaysia. Virtually pollution free, this small white sand island has only a few quiet resorts and pretty much nothing else.
The coral reefs and tropical fish are just some of the many types of wildlife who flock here as a result of the pristine nature. Giant green and hawksbill marine turtles nest on the island, so the fauna is as stunning as the beaches.
Koh Rong, Cambodia
Koh Rong has little development, so this island is a more rustic choice. No fancy resorts here- there aren’t even roads on the island, and only limited lighting at night. But the total lack of light pollution is worth it, because you can see the gorgeous starry skies above and the phosphorescent plankton that light up the sea.
Macleod Island, Myanmar
Located off Myanmar’s coast in the Mergui archipelago, Macleod is another rustic retreat. Almost completely untouched, the island is home to just one eco-lodge as opposed to a handful of resorts. The island’s calm and serene vibe will soothe anyone who comes to visit for the pristine beaches, incredible diving spots, and pristine nature.
Happy traveling, beach babes!
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