Top South East Asia Beaches

Summer is here! And what better way to beat the sweltering heat than to explore the top beaches in South East Asia? Not only to bury your little toes in their white fine sand, there are water sports for the adventurous, beauty spas for the ones who need pampering and mouth watering BBQ seafood for the foodies. So grab your beach towels and bikinis, head down one of the islands right now! Nothing beats lying under the shade of coconut trees with an ice cold beer, watching the sun go down…

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Sabah, Malaysia
Best Season To Go: May to September
Time to Spend there: 5 days
Landscape: Jungle Island + mountain + combination of the urban landscape , the southeast corner of the world’s best views of the ocean Sipadan .

Sabah is in East Malaysia, there is enchanting view of the vast ocean, high mountains, proboscis monkeys, fireflies, to delight adults and alike. One of the best location to learn diving as there are plenty of corals and sea creatures.

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Phuket, Thailand
Best Season To Go: November to April
Time to Spend there: 4 days
Landscape: the island scenery is quite satisfactory, several outlying islands , including Phi Phi Island.

Phuket developed in early days, hence maturity is shown in their tourism. Water sports and nightlife are well catered for. Might be more expensive than other beaches in the list as it is well known and popular among tourists and prices are probably adjusted to target at them unless you speak Thai.

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Boracay, Philippines
Best Season To Go: November to April
Time to Spend there: 4 days
Landscape: White sandy beaches, fine white sand, blue sea

The world’s most famous best white sandy beaches, making Boracay became one of the most famous tourist destination. Boracay is not very big, the dining, shopping, entertainment facilities and hotels are concentrated in the beach area. Leisure sports have become the most important part of the experience here.

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Koh Samui, Thailand
Best Season To Go: November to April
Time to Spend there: 3 days
Landscape: White sandy beaches, not many tourists. Koh Tao and Ko Nang Yuan Islands better views are great locations to dive

Due to a relatively lesser crowd, their beaches are relatively well-protected beaches and cleaner. It is a lot quieter without fearing bumping into someone familiar. Koh Samui is a popular pit spot for divers who often explore the nearby islands.

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Langkawi, Malaysia
Best Season To Go: May to October
Time to Spend there: 2 days
Landscape: Beautiful beaches, rain forest, interesting flora and fauna type of tropical islands

Located in the northwest Malaysia, traveling by car is very easy and very cheap. They cater many interesting tours such as Eagle Feeding Tour and Mangroves River Boat Tour are the most popular ones.

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Bohol, Philippines
Best Season To Go: January – June
Time to Spend there: 2 days
Landscape: Vast blue sea , cool crushed coral beach.Balicasag and the Virgin Island have the most outstanding scenery.

Bohol is a coral island with a lot of washed up coral bits onto the shore, and the island is mainly mountains. Their water is very clear. Balicasag and the Virgin Island have a lot of good food. Old Spanish churches, Chocolate Hills, and Tarsiers are the unique selling points of this small island.

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Bali, Indonesia
Best Season To Go: April – October
Time to Spend there: 4 days
Landscape: Sea view from the Islands: Lembongan, Lovina, Tulamben and Ubud valley.

Bali is relatively large, their development is very mature with a wide variety of attractions and water sports suitable for both children and adults. Many choose this location as their honeymoon destination or to hold destination weddings.

Salagdoong, Philippines
Best Season To Go: May – October
Time to Spend there: 3 days
Landscape: The sea is full of corals , if you are really lucky, you might get to catch sight of the whale sharks.

The most southern island of Cebu Islands. Near the island is a large coral reef where diving and snorkeling are ideal. This island is relatively quiet and less of a tourist crowd.

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Kally is a former Sales and Customer Service manager turned Writer and Founder of MiddleMe.net. She came from Singapore; lived in Shanghai and now calls Kuala Lumpur her home. After hanging up her corporate briefcase, she now pursue her passions – Writing, Traveling and of course, hunting for good food

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