The Peak (Malaysia) - - Travel -

white beach on your doorstep’s your thing, opt for the wa­ter pavil­ions, with its pri­vate pool and out­door Jacuzzi that’s per­fect for watch­ing the stars from. The la­goon is, lit­er­ally, down the stairs from your pri­vate deck. Fresh co­conuts and a cool­ing box with cold face tow­els ar­rive daily, and if you need any­thing else that’s not al­ready there, your thakuru (per­sonal but­ler) will be happy to see to it.

You can, of course, in­dulge and dine in through­out your stay, but do make time for some of the re­sort’s more spec­tac­u­lar din­ing op­tions. Top of the list is, prob­a­bly, the un­der­wa­ter play­ground of Sub­six, ac­ces­si­ble only by speed­boat and 6m be­low the sea. Nest, on the other hand, is 6m up in the air, where you can en­joy Asian avant-garde cui­sine in a sur­real tree top set­ting. Edge, also ac­ces­si­ble only by speed­boat, of­fers fine din­ing half a kilo­me­tre out in the ocean, an niyama.com

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