After discovering the unconventional beauty of this place, it will be hard for you to leave it all behind. So take advantage of everything while being there.
Philippines' last ecological frontier: splendid beaches and a National Marine Park, part of UNESCO.
Although the beach is absolutely amazing, this place is famous between climbers due to the high limestone cliffs.
Originally a backpacker hot spot, today Ao Nang is the busiest beach destination in Thailand's Krabi Province.
Khao Lak has made an amazing recovery after the 2004 tsunami and now it has the same beautiful clear waters, unspoilt beaches and diving sanctuaries, all in a relaxing atmosphere.
The picture postcard beaches and excellent snorkeling are a big draw for tourists from all over the world.
A tropical island in the Philippines, with long white beaches rivaling the Caribbean beaches.
A relaxed atmosphere and great beaches is what you'll find in Ko Samet, just 200 km from Bangkok.
The island is famous for its crystal clear water and it's a popular destination for scuba divers.
A small group of beautiful, coral-fringed islands off the coast of northeastern Malaysia, not far from the Thailand border.
Kapas is a nice and relaxing island in Malaysia, promising a getaway from the hustle and bustle of city life.