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Indonesia Hotels: Stay in An Isolated Island at Bawah Reserve Hotel

If you’re thinking of where to go in Indonesia, we’re here to remind you that there’s another island that starts with the letter “B” and it’s not Bali! The beautiful island of Bawah, a virgin island full of greens and crystal-clear waters, is where peaceful and tranquil vacation awaits.  And although there are only a few Indonesia hotels found on the island, the Bawah Reserve Hotel is a haven you shouldn’t miss in Bawah, Indonesia! Read further to know what adventure is in store for you on your Bawah island getaway!

Bawah Reserve Hotel, nestled in Anambas, Indonesia, was designed by architect Sim Boo Yang and got investments from Tim Hartnoll. It’s one of the best Bawah island resorts known for its overwater bungalows and relaxing suites, fine dining experience amidst the sunset, and other luxurious experience that will make any traveler ecstatic.

Inside their bungalows, expect inspiring jungle murals, beautiful canopy beds, and open-sundeck with stairs that lets you dive into the clear waters. Not only that, but you can also enjoy and choose from different private suites like the beach suite, deluxe beach suite, or garden suite all equipped with great amenities for your comfort and relaxation.

People loved this place so much that Bawah Island received lots of media exposures such as the Harper’s Bazaar Indonesia, Lifestyle Asia, Luxe List, and was also featured by the Condé Nast Traveller as one of the top 41 world’s most incredible private island

 

Go on a Bawah island getaway at Bawah Reserve Hotel! | Indonesia Hotels | Travel141

Photo Courtesy: Bawah Reserve Island

Bawah Reserve Hotel is not just any other Indonesia hotel, it’s a lovely island paradise! With six islands, three lagoons, and 13 beaches, who wouldn’t want to be up for some island hopping?

 

 

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Good morning. My sanctuary.

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At Bawah Reserve Hotel, forgetting all your worries is easy but choosing which activity to try is difficult. Should you go and curl up in your comfortable bed or sunbathe? There are lots of things to do! You could dive and visit your underwater friends, snorkel around Bawah, go paddle boarding, hike, star gaze at night, watch a movie on the beach and more!

 

Hungry? Not a problem! The treetop restaurant offers sumptuous breakfast, lunch, and dinner. And at night, you can drop by the grouper beachside or poolside bar for some fun social night with a glass of wine or champagne. Other restaurants include the Boat House and the Jules Verne Bar.

 

 

How to get there?

Another cool thing about going to Bawah Island? You get to ride a seaplane going to this island because Bawah Reserve Hotel will provide transportation together with your accommodation when you book your stay. Amazing isn’t it?

 

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Book your stay at one of the best Bawah island resorts, Bawah Reserve Hotel:

Get exclusive deals when you book at Bawah Reserve Hotel! Book 4 nights and get the 5th one for free or book 10 nights and get the 9th and 10th for free (valid until 28th of February 2019)!

For inquiries:

Contact Numbers: +65 63223132 (Asia)

+33 6 52 93 07 85 (International)

Email: reservations@bawahreserve.com

Address: Bawah Reserve Anambas Kiabu, Pulau Bawah, Siantan Sel., Kabupaten Kepulauan Anambas, Indonesia

 

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