The way to Bawah

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Nes­tled amongst 121 hectares of beau­ti­ful nat­u­ral land­scape sur­rounded by 13 beaches with crys­tal­clear wa­ters, Bawah Pri­vate Is­land, just two hours from Sin­ga­pore, will fea­ture 35 eco-de­signed vil­las, pro­vid­ing guests with a pri­vate oa­sis amongst spec­tac­u­lar scenery. Open­ing in the sum­mer of 2017, Bawah is a col­lec­tion of five un­in­hab­ited is­lands at the south­ern end of In­done­sia’s Anam­bas Ar­chi­pel­ago, half way be­tween the Malay Penin­sula and Bor­neo in the South China Sea. Cov­ered in lush for­est canopy and sur­rounded by three shel­tered la­goons, Bawah will wel­come a max­i­mum of 70 guests on the is­land at any one time in tented-sa­fari and over-wa­ter eco villa ac­com­mo­da­tion. Primed to be the ul­ti­mate is­land hide­away in South­east Asia, Bawah will of­fer an un­sur­passed, au­then­tic is­land-hide­away ex­pe­ri­ence. bawahis­

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