About 30 km from mainland Malaysia lies the Langkawi archipelago. It consists of 99 islands, but only 4 of them are inhabited: Singa, Dayyang-Bunting, Tuba and Langkawi. The latter gave its name to this natural paradise, washed by the waters of the Andaman Sea.
The island is a collection of luxurious beaches and cozy hotels for every taste, surrounded by jungle, palm groves and rice fields. Langkawi is considered one of the best resorts in Malaysia.
HOW TO GET TO LANGKAVI?
Ferry to Langkawi
By sea. Between the island and the mainland, water communication is developed. Ferries run from 07:00 Continue reading
Chang Island is a popular tourist resort located in the Southeast of Thailand. It is washed by the waters of the Gulf of Thailand and formally belongs to the province of Trat, like the other 50 islands of the archipelago, with which it is integral.
Translated from Thai, “chang” means “elephant”. If you look at the island from above, its outlines resemble this majestic animal.
In contrast to Phuket or Samui, the tourist infrastructure here is poorly developed, the entire archipelago Continue reading
Today, Cambodia is popular among tourists who want to add a little spicy exotic to a chic vacation in Southeast Asia. The beaches in the Khmer kingdom are not inferior in beauty to Vietnamese and Thai, but the infrastructure is poorly developed. The indecently low prices for food, drinks and accommodation compensate for all the inconvenience. Here are the best resorts worth visiting.
The city is located in the north of the country. People come here to enjoy the beauty of the temple Continue reading