The ultimate tropical paradise island
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Myeik Archipelago, Myanmar (Burma)
Wa Ale Island Resort
- An intimate island retreat set in a beautiful, protected cove
- Dine in an open air pavilion with a view of the ocean
- Explore unchartered aquatic and jungle habitats
Facilities includeChild Friendly Watersports Beach Room Service Restaurant
- Paddle boarding
- Children's activities
- Hiking and trekking in the jungle
Seasons in Myanmar (Burma)
About Wa Ale Island Resort
Wa Ale Beach Resort, set to open in May 2018 (soft launch) is to be the first luxury resort in Myanmar's Myeik Archipelago, off the western shores of Southern Myanmar. Wa Ale is one of a group of 800 islands in the Andaman Sea. The Myeik Archipelago has been virtually inaccessible to tourists, due to its remote location and lack of facilities. Wa Ale allows travellers to access one of the most unspoilt areas in the world for the very first time. Wa Ale is a thoughtfully planned conservation resort. It invites guests to experience the natural beauty of Myeik in a luxury camp that encourages responsible and sustainable care for the environment.
Accommodation consists of 11 tented beach villas and 3 treetop villas, designed to blend into the lush tropical beach environment. Each beautiful family sized beach villa can accommodate up to 4 guests and the intimate treetop villas can accommodate 2. The restaurant serves fresh produce from the island or local farms and only sustainably sourced seafood from the archipelago.
Wa Ale is the perfect place from which to explore the exciting aquatic and jungle habitats. Activities include snorkeling, diving, kayaking, paddle boarding and jungle treks.
This intimate island retreat sits in a beautiful protected cove on Wa Ale Island - one of the 800 islands that make up Myanmar's Myeik Archipelago.
How to get there
From Yangon take a 1.5 flight to Kawthaung, Myanmar. From the Kawthaung Jetty, take a 2 to 3 hour luxury speed boat ride to the island.
When to go
High season in Myanmar is December to February, when its dry and not so hot. Hot season is March to May. Rainy season starts in mid-May and continues through to November.
It is recommended that you consult with your General Practitioner or Practice Nurse 6-8 weeks in advance of travel. They will assess your particular health risks before recommending vaccines and/or antimalarial tablets. This is also a good opportunity to discuss important travel health issues including safe food and water, accidents, sun exposure and insect bites.
Travelling with children
Wa Ale Island Resort welcomes children.
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