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Lazarus Island is part of a group of islets collectively known as Singapore’s Southern Islands. The island has lush greenery as well as a sandy beach forming a bay on one side. Relatively calm waters fills the bay where you can immerse yourself in the sun, go for a swim or partake in some water sports. The waters in lazarus islands’ bay is relative clear on some days, you can enjoy a good snorkelling session. The pristine coast on Lazarus islands beat any beach on the main Singapore islands or the highly commercialised beaches on Sentosa. Lazarus island also has a well maintained jetty where you can simply step onto the island without getting yourself wet. There are currently no direct ferry to the island and the only way you can access the island directly is by a private boat.

Kusu Island is one of the Southern Islands in Singapore, located about 5.6 kilometres off the Straits of Singapore. The name Kusu means “Tortoise” or “Turtle” in Chinese; the island is also known as Peak Island or Pulau Tembakul in Malay. Kusu Island is popular for its lagoons, pristine beaches and tranquil settings. You can make a wish at the wishing well or see the Tortoise Sanctuary. For a dose of nature, the swimming lagoons and beaches are at close quarters. Snorkel here and you may even spot a sea turtle if you are lucky. In close proximity to Kusu is the Saint John’s Island. It is located approximately 6.5 km to the south of the main island of Singapore. This 40.5 hectare hilly island is a great go to island if you would like to seek some adventure and do some sports. The island has swimming lagoons, beaches, picnic grounds, trekking routes and soccer fields. Saint John’s Island is a great fishing spot for fishing enthusiast where you can pretty easily catch some fish. The island is also a haven for a host of flora and fauna, and is popular for weekend visits.

Nestled against pristine natural greenery, Sebana Cove provides an exclusive private marina and an 18-hole golf course. The tranquil Sebana Cove is located at the Southern-most tip of Johor. For golfers who want to travel luxuriously like other golfers in a yacht, this is the chance for you to do so. The Sebana Cove is the ultimate leisure getaway close to home. There is an abundance of birds, plants and marine life. The serene natural setting will calm and soothe your senses as you cruise through the sights and sounds of the lush greenery and mangroves. The Sebana Cove in Johor, Malaysia is a place where you can once again be one with nature.

Batam Island is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Southeast Asia, Indonesia. The Batam Beaches are a huge draw to the island as it offers everything one needs for a great vacation. If you are looking for a romantic getaway, it offers a tranquil atmosphere away from the maddening crowd. You could also do some water activities such as swimming or snorkelling in the reef area. Explore the beautiful corals and colourful fishes with your loved ones under the sea will definitely add some sweetness to your memories. The island also has a few famous floating restaurants that serves up sumptuous and freshly caught seafood. The island is also filled with many massage shops where you can relax and have all your aches smoothed out.

Bintan Island has fascinating beaches with white sand, clear water, pretty shells. Bintan is the gateway for you to unwind in all the fun, action and sun. It is a tropical destination where you get to catch sight of the water in tri-colour. There would be three clear tones of blue to blue-green. The island is also home to many prestigious golf course and resorts. You will be kept active by engaging activities for the young and young at heart. Let the time pass by unnoticed while you go fishing, bask under the warmth of the sun or just get up-close to the many wonders of nature.

Tioman’s beaches is one of the world’s most beautiful islands with pristine waters. Tioman Island is a small island located in the state of Pahang in Peninsular Malaysia. The densely forested island is still sparsely inhabited. It is a haven for scuba divers and free divers from around the region as it is surrounded by numerous white coral reefs. It’s not uncommon to see turtles and blacktip reefsharks. Definitely a sight not to be missed. Tioman being rich in marine life is a great location for snorkelling as well. If you are here make sure to go diving or otherwise at least have a swim. Just be careful of the small jellyfish, as they can pack a sting.

Riau Islands is a province of Indonesia. It is located at the island of Batam, which lies within the central core group of islands. Riau Islands is known for its clear waters and the golf courses in the area. You could enjoy a pleasant and relaxing experience there. Be awed by the fantastic view of the beach. The soothing waves will take your stress away and be immersed in the mesmerizing ambience.

The Anambas Islets are among Indonesia’s northern-most border archipelagos, located in the South China Sea. Facing the wide open ocean, the Anambas provide a panoramic view of blue seas where green islets are dotted with azure lagoons. There are excellent dive spots where divers will be amazed at the diverse underwater life. On land, rows of coconut trees protect the white sandy beaches. You can admire the many lagoons here, where islands emerge from the sea out of nowhere.

Langkawi is an archipelago made up of 99 islands in the Andaman Sea, on Malaysia’s west coast. The shoreline is fringed by powder-fine sand and swaying coconut trees, so nature lovers will love it and we are sure you will too. The island is especially recognised for its excellent diving opportunities and this tropical gem hides a treasure trove of other exciting holiday opportunities. Forested hills, romantic white-sand beaches and crystal-clear turquoise waters awaits to greet you when you visit the tropical Langkawi.

Phuket is one of the southern provinces of Thailand, it lies off the west coast of Thailand in the Andaman Sea. It has spectacular scenery with stunning tropical sunsets and the warm blue sea complementing it. Being Asia’s most popular beach destination, you could enjoy a serene cruise at the surrounding islands. This fun island provides a perfect silky soft white palm-lined beaches. Phuket is definitely a place to extend your horizons.