4 Stunningly Remote Locations You Need To Visit

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Head to these remote locations for a once in a life time adventure.

Langkawi, Malaysia


Langkawi itself is actually a collection of 99 islands, an archipelago of geologic and ecologic significance showcasing a purity of nature  that you don’t necessarily see on its mainland. This location is ideal for a relaxing holiday, or honeymoon experience, with stunning hotels and resorts.

Palawan, Philippines


A regular on our list of the world’s best islands, Palawan is as stunning as you see on pictures. Many make El Nido and its blue lagoon their base, though, to explore the Bacuit Archipelago. Make sure you take the zip line through the jungle.

Siargao, Philippines


The teardrop-shaped Philippine island home to more than 15 separate surf breaks, including the legendary Cloud 9, which counts Kelly Slater and Anthony Kedis among its fans has been popular for a few years. Check into a villa at Nay Palad Hideaway, formerly Dedon Island Resort.

Bali, Indonesia


There’s nothing quite like Bali. It’s the kind of place where you’ll eat the best fresh fish of your life on the beach with your feet in the sand. Take a trip to the rice paddies, and marvel at wonders of nature. Climb mount Batur at sunrise, you won’t regret it.

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