All of those who are seeking for a slice of private tropical paradise should check out Awei Pila. This luxurious resort is located on a faraway island in the mysterious Mergui Archipelago.
As travel lockdowns start easing across Southeast Asia, we point you to three beach retreats ensconced in nature and privacy within nearby Indochina.
Myanmar’s Mergui Archipelago has been open to visitors for quite a while. However, with strict tourism control most of the islands are still in pristine condition. Merely a few have accommodation for tourists, and on each of those islands, there is only one operator that won the concession to run the service.
Despite having opened its doors just six months ago, the Awei Pila Resort in Myanmar’s remote Mergui Archipelago has already had a positive impact on its surrounding waters.
The new private island resort, Awei Pila, only opened at the end of last year. But this barefoot luxury hideaway in Myanmar’s remote Mergui Archipelago is already proving to have a positive impact on its surroundings.
The recently opened island resort Awei Pila, located in Myanmar’s Mergui Archipelago, has debuted its own scuba program. The Awei Pila Dive Center will provide scuba certification courses, as well as dive excursions to any of 12 different dive sites found near the resort.