Close your eyes and think International Islands; blue waters, tropical fruits, fresh coconut water, and greenery as far as the eye can see. Now imagine opening your eyes to find yourself in the midst of exactly that – A tropical haven for the soul! Isn’t it a magical experience one should have? Well, we definitely agree!
So don’t wait for the bus to leave. As this June, you catch flights that head off to mesmerizing international islands. Ones, that’ll have you celebrating the time of your life!
Maya Island, Thailand:
Maya Bay Thailand is part of the Hat Noppharat Thara–Mu Ko Phi Phi National Park and is located in Krabi Province, Thailand, in the Andaman Sea, close the Malacca Strait. Choose one of our Thailand Packages to see the island which is a top pick from our list of beautiful International Islands. Flanked on three sides by rising cliffs, Thailand boasts a variety of beaches, the majority of which are small and visible only at low tide.
Mataking Island, Malaysia:
This a Malaysian haven of an island is located in the Celebes Sea in the state of Sabah. Mataking Island is home to Malaysia’s first “Underwater Post Office” and is connected to the shore of Pulau Mataking Kecil by a tiny sand strip or sand bank. Explore this fascinating destination by booking one of our Malaysia Tour Packages.
Nusa Ceningan, Bali:
A trip to the Forgotten Lands! Nusa Ceningan is renowned as Bali’s forgotten infamous cousin, previously easily accessible from Nusa Lembongan by a dilapidated yellow bridge. The island is well-known for seaweed farming and adventure, and it is even less crowded. Blue Lagoon, a 12 metre high cliff jumping spot, calls all daredevils to this little stone beauty. Our Bali packages also provide enough beauty for romantics to enjoy. It is without a doubt one of the most beautiful islands to visit close to Bali.
An Hải Beach, Côn Đảo Island, Vietnam:
Côn o Island, part of a 15-island archipelago mostly protected from development by a national marine park, appears to have been plucked from a painting, with sparkling dunes bordered by tropical foliage. The shortest way to get here is by turboprop plane, but the peace and beauty make the extra trip worthwhile. Kids may be kids here, splashing and shouting without upsetting other sunbathers.
Don Khong in Laos:
Don Khong is the largest of Laos’ 4000 islands. Again, a single road links the whole town. Unlike in other parts of Laos, the roads are paved, making it much easier to ride a bike. This is wonderful because my main advise is to hire a bicycle and ride around the island.
Song Sea island, Cambodia:
The two little private islands known as “sweethearts” in Khmer. It’s appropriate, considering you’d have to be very sweet on someone to take them there, with villa fees reaching ridiculous levels per night throughout your stay. Choose inclusive packages, and get practically everything included. Including delicious gourmet meals with locally sourced products, a well-stocked minibar, and free international calls from your room’s telephone connection. Even better, Song Saa serves as a paradigm for Cambodia’s long-term development. According to sources, the resort is also aiding the local populace in promoting education and assisting the community with rubbish management programmes. Furthermore, they are seeking for more while launching other conservation projects, including a 50,000-square-meter marine reserve around the islands.
Palawan Island, one of the most beautiful islands in the world, lures visitors with its spectacular beaches, rainforest highlands, and luscious wildlife. This island, located just off the western tip of the nation, is a long island that is a refuge for nature and adventure enthusiasts. It is also one of the Philippines’ most popular holiday destinations, and is only an 80-minute flight from Manila. Palawan is an excellent spot for a long-awaited island vacation.
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