Looking to spend some time overseas? These five destinations will help you keep up your luxurious lifestyle. From five-star hotels to world-class resorts, you’ll find everything that you could possibly expect and more from these must visit places when you travel to Asia.
Shangri-La Boracay Resort & Spa
Boracay has become a popular destination for Filipinos and foreigners alike for its white sandy beaches and island nightlife. But above all the beach parties sits the deluxe clifftop hotel Shangri-La Boracay Resort & Spa. Its prime location gives the resort bragging rights for the best view of Boracay, having that perspective that only Shangri-La guests can enjoy. The hotel also has the largest free-form swimming pool in the country, surrounded by lush green scenery and water fountains.
Previously known as Crown Macau, Altira is Macau’s most high-class hotel and casino according to information resource portal Mayfair Casinos. Its extravagant architecture and elegant interiors by internationally acclaimed luxury designer Peter Remédios easily make the hotel as one of the premiere destinations in the former Portuguese colony. The amenities and services are just as spectacular as the hotel design, spoiling guests with panoramic views of Macau’s skylines, gastronomic experiences and ultimate relaxation at their award-winning spa. Their gaming floor is quite impressive as well, having no live dealers and only digital gaming terminals.
Anantara Chiang Mai Resort & Spa
Chiang Mai is a sanctuary nestled in the mountainous region in northern Thailand, and along the Mae Ping River you’ll find the luxury Anantara Chiang Mai Resort & Spa. Floor to ceiling river views and heavy duty doors that block out city noise are just some of the perks that provide guests with tranquility. Spend the morning lounging in the riverfront pool, experience ancient Thai rituals at the spa in the afternoon, embark on a sunset river cruise at dusk, then end the day by delighting yourself with Asian cuisine at the rooftop bar and restaurant.
Six Senses Ninh Van Bay
Over the years, Vietnam has become somewhat of a hotspot for tourists, with many of them trekking over to Nha Trang. Away from all the coastal resort city hype is the eco luxe hotel Six Senses Ninh Van Bay. The rock formations and gorgeous beach make you feel like you are on a separate island, isolated from any semblance of urban life. With features like 24-hour butler services and in-villa wine cellars, you’ll find yourself having a difficult time ever leaving the resort. Some luxury villas that are located on the hill even have their own private plunge pools.
Marina Bay Sands
Imagine swimming in a luxurious infinity pool that has the most remarkable view of Singapore’s skyline. This impressive pool is on top of the Marina Bay Sands, a beachfront property that houses the largest atrium casino in the world and hosts the largest lights and water show in South East Asia. Although the hotel has plenty of amenities that are open to the public, The Club at Marina Bay Sands is exclusive to its guests where they can go on a worldwide culinary adventure while basking in the astounding city view.
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