The Far East and Asia offer a cultural playground of historical fortresses, arresting beaches, and lush green rice fields. Discover the Sekumpul Waterfalls and Bedugul temples of the mainland in Bali or relax in the islands of Ko Phi Phi on a wooden kayak among lush sceneries. With an all-inclusive, Far East Asia is your oyster.
It’s fair to say Bali and Thailand exude a vibrant character and an exotic atmosphere - that’s exactly why we like it! Both boast boundless beauty and bring a wow factor with unique cultural experiences seen nowhere else in the world. Browse our hand-picked selection of exclusive hotels in Far East Asia and see for yourself what this melting pot of elephant sanctuaries and ancient temples has to offer.
Just a minute's walk from the Andaman’s Sea, Outrigger Surin Beach Resort & Spa, in Phuket, offers a blissful experience. This elegant hotel features a Hawaiian-inspired Nalu Bar & Grill Restaurant boasting a mixed vibe of the urban and a surfing lifestyle. Its brilliant location allows guests to enjoy the sapphire waters of Surin Beach and Laem Son, idyllic for a romantic seascape.
For those who are staying in Bangkok, Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel is a fantastic choice. Hosting a modern design with touches of Thai culture, most furniture is hand-crafted to create that cosy feel for guests. With excellent amenities and links to Thai’s most iconic landmarks, such as Wat Arun and the Grand Palace, Anantara Siam Bangkok won’t disappoint.
You will feel like a celebrity at the Ayana Resort in Bali. A luxury hotel where the earth, sky, jungle, and sea thrive in their natural ecosystems. We’re talking patches of botanical gardens dotted around the resort, an infinity pool looming onto the beach, and a range of facilities to perfect your stay.
The St Regis Bali Resort is the epitome of oceanfront elegance. Featuring a natural lagoon pool, the hotel hosts Nusa Dua modern villas and access to an ice-white beach. St Regis Bali Hotel is positioned near an abundance of attractions and dining options - pro golfers can challenge themselves at Bali National Golf Club, sitting just a four-minute walk on foot from the luxury resort, and visit Pentai Geger beach, within 13 minutes, which was carved by mother nature. One of our favourite highlights is the Boneka Restaurant where guests can dine in a romantic atmosphere atop a tented terrace.
Within a booking - flights and all meals will be included in your package, with the option for transport services from the airport to the hotel of your choice. Unlimited snacks and cold drinks, or alcoholic beverages, are usually included but it's best to check before you book. Most resorts feature a small selection of restaurants offering a La Carte menu and buffet options to cater for breakfast, lunch, and dinner - don’t be surprised to see a floating breakfast basket around the pools as most Thai resorts are designed in the mind of comfort! Complimentary equipment for water sports hire is usually available upon request, and most hotels feature a variety of entertainment facilities for guests, ranging from gym facilities and spa centres to childcare services.