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The best beaches of Boracay are the main reasons why this tiny island in the Philippines’ western Visayas region has become one of the major holiday destinations in this huge country. Get ready for postcard-worthy scenery when you arrive in Boracay, with soft white sand lapped by turquoise waters and fringed by coconut trees. Boracay beaches have retained their quaintness, despite the rapid development of the island.
Even though it is quite a small place, Boracay has a total of 17 beaches. The most popular of them could not be more different from each other – some are busy, some are peaceful, some are small, while others are over 1 km in length.
Beach bums and sun seekers come to Phuket for, obviously, the beaches, but there’s much more to Phuket than that. The largest island in Thailand is a total package. Blue sea and white sand aside, the southern city boasts rich cultural heritages. From vibrant Sino-Portuguese buildings and street arts to beautiful Thai temples and Chinese shrines, Phuket will also charm history buffs and art lovers. With something for everyone, don’t forget to put it on your itinerary.
An island that locals proudly claim is possibly Indonesia's most religious of the country's 17,500 islands, Bali is also rich in natural and cultural diversity, which is why it is also one of the most popular with visitors. The island’s landscape is surrounded by the Bali Sea in the north and the Indian Ocean in the south, together with Bali being a tropical island. That has made it one of the destinations as the world’s famous beaches and sea undoubtedly. As it can be seen from the huge number of tourists that have flocked to Bali, as well as many other travelers pinning it as the next destination for the next trip, worthy of the nickname of “Heaven on Earth”.