South East Asia may be considered spoilt for choice when it comes to amazing beaches. Although, there are also some unexpected locations in other parts of Asia too.
Top of the list of hidden gems is the Pantai Merah, located within Komodo National park, Indonesia. With striking colours of pink sand and blue waters. You will only find another 6 pink beaches in the world.
If seclusion and view of limestone cliffs is what you are after. Visit Railay Beach by long tail boat from Ao Nang beach on Krabi. Or, the secluded beach of El Nido, in the most northern tip of the Philippines.
Close by on Matinloc Island is a beach only accessible by swimming underwater a gap on a steep rock wall. Few can say they have been on this remarkable run of white sand.
A Surfers delight is Nyang Nyang beach, Bali. A beach least visited but not to mention very spectacular starting with the descent down. You’ll come by shipwrecks and coral reef.