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With an increased emphasis on the protection of the environment, today’s sustainably-conscious travellers are choosing destinations that have taken inspiration from their immediate surroundings, in terms of design, culture and resources, and have translated this into some of the world’s most breathtaking resorts and hotels.

The Datai Langkawi

A bewitching welcome awaits you at The Datai – one of the premier resorts on this magical isle, which is swathed in legends of romance and mystery. Get close to nature as you tread footpaths through centuries-old rainforest or head for a white sand beach by the shimmering Andaman Sea. Perfection is all around and begins in your chosen accommodation – a Suite with an expansive private balcony or the new contemporary Beach Villas with generously sized private pools. Here, the cuisine is as beguiling as the setting, with Malaysian and Western far...

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Song Saa Private Island

Cognoscenti of the Far East need look no further than Song Saa, Cambodia’s first genuine luxury beach resort, set on a pair of exclusive private islands amidst the sapphire blue Gulf of Thailand and reached by speedboat. Meaning ‘the sweethearts’, Song Saa is surrounded by untouched islands with private beaches fringed by palms – a blissful backdrop for the selection of twenty seven Ocean View, Jungle Villas and overwater stilted villas complete with thatched roofs, an eco-conscious design inspired by Cambodian fishing villages. Standards of lu...

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Six Senses Con Dao

Nestled on the largest island of the Con Dao archipelago off the south east coast of Vietnam, the resort exemplifies the Six Senses ethic of luxurious pampering underpinned by environmental responsibility; Con Dao has been built with the very lightest ecological footprint. The thinking is innovative, beginning the moment you arrive in the main guest area, which resembles a local fishing village complete with market stalls. From here, guests cross a stream via a wooden bridge to the sand dunes where the villas and spa are located. Each villa has...

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The Brando

On the distant atoll of Tetiaroa, accessed by plane, lies a private island resort once favoured as the personal retreat of Marlon Brando. Brando, who found the island’s beauty beyond his power to describe, is said to have first seen Tetiaroa whilst scouting film locations for Mutiny on the Bounty. Today the resort endeavours to operate exclusively with renewable energy drawn from the sea and sun, and comprises a winsome collection of one, two and three bedroom villas with private pools, outdoor eating and private beach area – each of the larger...

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The quiet forests that flank the Lule River Valley provide the setting for an exceptional escape. Hidden away among the trees lie the seven remarkable treerooms that comprise the Treehotel, a visionary concept brought to life by founders Britta and Kent, in collaboration with some of Scandinavia’s leading architects. Upon arrival, guests check in to the Guesthouse of Treehotel, before making the short stroll to their treeroom from a choice spanning the two-person Cabin, reached by horizontal bridge among the trees, and reflective calm of the pa...

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