Wa Ale Island Resort | Luxury In An Untouched Paradise
Discover the luxury in the natural beauty of Myanmr’s Mergui Achipelago with Wa Ale Island Resort.
The eco-chic, barefoot luxury resort of Wa Ale, will be the world’s first luxury resort in Myanmar’s remarkable Mergui Archipelago, which is found off western shores of Southern Myanmar and will open in March 2018. Wa Ale is one of a cluster of 800 islands in the Andaman Sea. The Mergui Archipelago has been virtually inaccessible to tourists, due to its remote location and lack of facilities. In March 2018, Wa Ale Island Resort, the archipelago’s first luxury resort will open, allowing travelers to access one of the most unspoilt areas in the world for the very first time.
Comprised of Eleven Luxury Tented Beach Villas and Three Treetop Villas, all decorated in hues that reflect the natural beauty of the raw and unspoiled island of Wa Ale. Each stunning villa has been thoughtfully designed to blend in with the lush vegetation and pristine beach and all have sweeping and stunning views. Constructed using reclaimed and local materials, each accommodation has been erected to have minimal impact on the environment and is the ultimate in comfort and design.
Set on a pristine kilometre-long dazzlingly white-sand beach, flanked by rocky cliffs and backed by lush evergreen jungles, the island is part of the vast Lampi Marine National Park (lampipark.org), an ASEAN Marine Heritage site, whose crystal clear, turquoise waters teem with wildlife, including whale sharks, dolphins, dugongs, turtles and manta rays. It is a nature lovers’ paradise and is the ultimate destination for those seeking aquatic adventure. Dive the deep emerald waters, snorkel endless reefs, paddle board or kayak through the mangroves. Guests can also immerse themselves in the local culture with a visit to the local Moken fishing community. With 20% of net annual profits of Wa Ale Island Resort going directly to the Lampi Foundation, Wa Ale’s mission is to initiate conservation projects, assist the local community and improve social welfare. A stay a Wa Ale doesn’t just benefit the body and soul, but also the wildlife and the inhabitants too – the ultimate feel-good factor!
With on-site spa services, endless aquatic and land-based activities, a restaurant serving locally sourced and produced food, Wa Ale Resort is set to be the blisteringly hot new island opening of 2018!