Wa Ale Island Resort
Getting to Wa Ale Island Resort requires effort. You arrive at the modest Kawthaung Airport in Burma. A chauffeur picks you up and drops you off at the jetty for a two-hour ride aboard a luxurious 55 ft yacht. Trust us, it’s worth the wait. The resort lies within the vast Lampi Marine National Park, an ASEAN Marine Heritage site. You’d know you have arrived the moment you hit the stunningly clear, blue waters teeming with whale sharks, dugongs and manta rays.
Within the resort are two restaurants, a spa, 11 Tented Beach Villas and three Tree-top Villas. The latter are beautifully nestled among lush greenery and offer unparalleled views of the Andaman Sea. Gear up for a slew of wildlife-centric activities. Trek through the flora of Wa Ale’s jungle or learn how to fish like the indigenous Moken people (also known as sea gypsies). Room rates from US$500/ night, including transfers and selected activities. 96 Myananda Street, Kawthaung Township, Taninthayi Region, Myanmar.
Tel: + 95 9 5018269