Set on a small, reef-fringed island sharing its name, this eco-friendly resort is a great place to unwind and make the most of the region's renowned snorkelling and diving.
The 15 rustic-style, thatched roof bungalows sit right on the sands with driftwood furniture and outdoor bathrooms completing the luxury beach-hut vibe. The open-air restaurant overlooks the saltwater swimming pool and rippling surf with a menu whose seafood is sourced from local fishermen wherever possible.
Leisure: Saltwater swimming pool, snorkelling, massages, Komodo Dragon spotting
Rooms: 15 bungalows
From cruising the jungle waterways of Kalimantan’s rainforest and spotting orangutans, to soaking in the culture in Java to a few days relaxing on Bali and Komodo island - this is a trip full of beautiful contrasts in Java, Kalimantan, Bali and Komodo.