The 5 Most Beautiful Paradise Islands to Visit in Southeast Asia

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If you are sea lovers and want to discover new destinations, not so noisy, 5 islands with the beauty of the wild, idyllic below will be the perfect choice for you.

Koh Rong, Cambodia

If you've ever dreamed of a trip to a place with clear blue beaches, long boat bridges to the ocean, small houses squeezed in the trees, hidden behind foliage or swings to the sea. Then take your balo and go straight to Koh Rong island of Cambodia.

Koh Rong is an island located in the Gulf of Thailand, 20 km from the coastal city of Sihanoukville, the most famous island in Cambodia but still preserves wild, romantic. Koh Rong Island is known as an interesting tourist destination and attracted by the romantic beauty. This is the place where you can enjoy the fresh air and quiet after the busy life. In particular, Koh Rong is an island once voted by the NewYork Times as one of the 45 most worthy spots in the world in 2012 and was dubbed the "Hawaii of Asia".

Palawan Island, Philippines

Palawan is located in the southwestern part of the Philippines, separating the South China Sea from the Sulu Sea. It is the largest island of Palawan province and the fifth largest island in the Philippines. Although an island, Palawan has a length of 450km with 3 airports.

Palawan is known as the 'paradise' island of the Philippines tourism, which boasts magnificent views of dazzling coral reefs, dense rainforests and ecosystems.

Bali, Indonesia

With its beautiful natural scenery, marine climate and unique culture, Bali has long been named "tropical paradise" by tourists and has been visited at least once by all the fan of tourism. The attractions of Bali come from beautiful beaches, green terraces and tropical greenery all year round, creating a unique setting on Bali Island.

Moreover, with the title of “the land of the temples”, Bali has up to 20,000 temples and shrines. When you come here, do not forget to visit Uluwatu Temple and Tanah Lot Temple - these are the most beautiful temples in The temples in Bali, located on the cliffs overlooking the sea, both temples are popular tourists thanks to its unique geographic location island.

Krabi Island, Thailand

The beach is peaceful, not too crowded and nature is still quite pristine so Krabi is becoming a new target of many visitors.

Located on the western bank of the southern peninsula of Thailand, Krabi has sunny beaches, fine sand, clear waters and offshore islands. Mangrove forests and tropical greenery, rivers and hot springs make visitors always "busy" with activities during their stay in Krabi.

Around the center of Krabi is the distinctive limestone mountains along the coast as magnetism, attracting many climbers from all over the world to try. The main climbing points are concentrated in Ton Sai, Railay and Phra Nang, where the limestone cliffs provide an immense view of the Andaman Sea off the coast.

Pulau Ubin Island, Singapore

Pulau Ubin, located off the northeastern coast of Singapore, is an uninhabited island with few tourists. Most of the visitors to the island are local tourists but recently the government has started investing in tourism in Pulau Ubin.

Although located relatively close to the mainland, but to Pulau Ubin you will have the feeling of being explored an ancient Singapore. Most of the land on the island is still lush and many houses on the island still have vestiges of ancient architecture.

To enjoy the fresh air here, you can take a stroll or picnic. There is a bicycle rental on the island. Cycling trails have been upgraded with amenities such as rest areas and toilets along the way. Visitors can also make a nature exploration tour or camp overnight, bird singing, wildlife photography, fishing, kite flying, hill climbing, etc.

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