Ten most magnificent resorts in Asia

Ten most magnificent resorts in Asia

If you wish to explore mystical land and plethora of natural beauties to beautiful landscape, and sumptuous resort spots, let plan a trip to explore what the continent of Asia has stored. 

 

Asia has become a stomping ground for top-tier resort-goers. Resort-goers could enjoy flying coach and eating a continental breakfast, exceptional experience including infinite vista and impeccable services in the most sumptuous resort spots.

 

Uma Paro (Paro, Bhutan)

The resort’s property consists of four inhouse treatment rooms, steam rooms, indoor, pool, gym, yoga studio, and a private treatment room in each of the nine villas. For more information, visit www.uma.como.bz

Uma Paro (Paro, Bhutan)

 

 

One&Only Reethi Rah (North Male’ Atoll, Maldives)

The resort has 130 villas amid lush, tropical greenery or above the clear water of the lagoon. Amenities include 300-thread count satin Egyptian cotton sheets, an espresso machine, a sun bed, and an entertainment center. For more information, visit www.oneandonlyresorts.com

 

One&Only Reethi Rah (North Male’ Atoll, Maldives)

 

 

Evason Ana Mandara Resort & Six Senses Spa (Khan Hoa Province, Vietnam)

Guests can enjoy both old village culture with native woods and rattan and thoroughly modern accommodations. Eastern western techniques are combined to specifically treat your needs such as Vietnam’s most unique massage. For more information, visit www.sixsenses.com

 

 

 

 

Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi (Chiang Mai, Thailand)

This Northern Thailand resort is equipped with 54 suites, 64 villas, or five palace-style residences. Resort guests will have chance to take part in the ceremonial offering of rice to Buddhist monks on their morning alms rounds. For more information, visit www.mandarinoriental.com

 

Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi (Chiang Mai, Thailand)

 

 

The Windsor Toya Resort and Spa (Hokkaido, Japan)

Resort guests can enjoy 24-hour butler service, natural mineral hot springs and a full service spa. In addition to facilities like tennis courts, golf courses for playing sport, resort guests can relax and have views of Lake Toya at your room. For more information, visit www.windsor-hotels.co.jp

 

The Windsor Toya Resort and Spa (Hokkaido, Japan)

 

 

Alila Manggis (Bali, Indonesia)

There are 54 rooms and two suites with a private terrace or balcony overlooking the ocean. Alila Manggis is the East Balinese cooking school where resorts guests participate in half, two, five-day sessions and learn the cultural and culinary history of Bali. For more information, visit www.alilahotels.com

 

 

Phangnga (Phuket, Thailand)

Phangnga is the best place to save turtles. Phangnga gives over $ 10,000 per year to the park, employing a full-time representative to work alongside the turtle sanctuary staff. Guilt-free luxury wit private pools, yoga sessions, and spa treatments will keep guests stay there longer. For more information, visit www.aleenta.com

 

Four Seasons Resort at Sayan (Bali, Indonesia)

Resort guests can enjoy deluxe accommodations with private plunge pool and outdoor shower and attend daily bike tours, hikes, and yoga classes. For more information, visit www.fourseasons.com

 

Banyan Tree Sanya Resort and Spa (Hainan, China)

The third Banyan Tree resort in China will be the first to feature pool villas with private garden, king-sized bed, plasma TV, wireless Internet connection throughout, outdoor terrace table and seating. For more information, visit www.banyantree.com

 

 

 

 

Amanpuri (Phuket, Thailand)

There are 40 pavilions 30 villas with an outdoor area, king-sized bed, air-conditioning, and wireless broadband. For more information, visit www.amanresorts.com

Amanpuri (Phuket, Thailand)

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