Bali, the island of god, is rich in culture and heritage. One of few places on earth that uber luxuriously opulent resorts are standing shoulder to shoulder. Of them all,c. A true jaw dropping cliff hanger, perched high on Bukit Peninsula. The ultimate show stopper is none other than its Worldly Famous Panoramic Infinity Pool which stretches as far as our eyes allow and seamlessly merges itself, the Indian Ocean, and the horizon into one. If you are ready for the luxurious-fun-in-the-sun retreat follow us, this way!
Hidden away in the splendid location of this private cove, nestled among the lush green tropical forest and charmingly manicured garden with its very own private beach, multi-tired reflection pools, and endless palm trees that stretch as far as your eyes allow it. This 40 -acre piece of land is nothing but a pure paradise boasting its jaw-dropping ocean front vista from every direction possible. All of its 41 villas and 39 private residents comes with the Superior Pure Ocean Front View of Andaman Sea that is visible from the bedroom, villa’s multiple indoor and outdoor living areas, and large private infinity pool. Unlike other big luxury hotel chains, Trisara is co-managed by its owners, ensuring impeccable experience and unparalleled service for guests first handedly. Hence, Billionaire Style Luxury, Utter Privacy, and Personalized Service are guaranteed. Both the interior and exterior perfectly marry Authentic Thai influence with Western contemporary design, making the resort a hard one to beat. The villa types go from 1 bedroom to that of 7, perfect for anyone from honeymooners to family seeking extravagance retreats. Each of the residential villa is one of its kind, all elegantly decorated in different style with different design, which is giving the extra charm to the property. Trisara is undoubtedly the ultimate pearl of the Andaman Sea, are you ready for it? If you are, follow us this way.
As soon as the boat pulls up to the balcony of our ultra-luxe 250 square meters’ overwater villa home “Crusoe Residence No.5”, we wanted to jump out into this endless crystal clear turquoise water and blue lagoons, plant both of our feet in the sand, then swim out to our private overwater hammock along with incredible underwater wildlife friends, and lay there from sunrise to sunset. Then stay right there without moving as we watch the stars coming out at night, each one of them blazing out so brightly across the sky, like nothing we’ve ever seen before. Yes, our overwater villa home can only be accessed by boat, that is how exclusive this paradise is. This is by far the best overwater villa we have ever stayed in here in Maldives. Gili Lankanfushi or the formerly known as Soneva Gili Lankanfushi runs with one rule and one rule only “no news, no shoes”. Making it feel so damn good leaving the rest of the world behind as this place leaves us breathless and makes us believe we can walk on water, an ultimate barefoot luxury. Not only that they are a home to the world’s Overwater Villas (Yes! All of those you now see in Bora Bora is the imitation of this) but they also are a home of The World’s Largest Overwater Villa “The Private Reserve” 1,700 Square Meters. It is not often you found yourself in a place that its real life beauty surpasses that of magazines and advertisement you have ever seen. Gili Lankanfushi is a resort beyond any words and expectation. Something truly to be experienced by oneself.
Our jaws drop as our longtail boat cruising closer to Koh Kradan and the ocean started turning into crazy shades of vivid turquoise blue. No wonder why our resort is called “Sevenseas Resort”. The water is crystal clear we can see white sand underneath the ocean’s floor. As professional island hoppers we are not afraid to say that this is most definitely one of the most beautiful islands in Thailand. We got asked by many of our followers where the under radar, non-touristic, and secluded tropical paradises are? Koh Kradan just made it to that list.
“Koh Hong, Excursion with Six Senses Yao Noi, Krabi, Thailand”
If you have been following us on Instagram you already knew that we back to Six Senses Yao Noi again. Could you blame me? They have such perfect location and killer view of the absolutely stunning James Bond made famous limestone isles of Phang Nga Bay as their backdrop. You all know how obsess I am with that view. Just a quick update from our superb excursion with them to Koh Hong, which means “the room” in Thai. I don’t think I need to tell you why they named it that way! The picture says it all, it is literally a lagoon in the middle of the ocean surrounded by limestone mountains. Can you spot us cruising on the stylish long tail boat with Six Senses Yao Noi. Thank you Mr. Norwan Zweyer of Six Senses who captured this awesome drone footage of us <3
“Snake Island, El Nido, Palawan, Philippines”
Don’t worry there are no snakes on the island. It was called Snake Island because of this thin sandbank connecting 2 islands together has a shape that bears resemblance to a snake. The island looks different during low vs. high tide. During low tide like this you can walk on the sand bank from one end to another. While during high tide the sand bank is under water. I prefer going there during low tide to enjoy walking on water experience. The thing you must do is