Image credits: Bawah Reserve & Soneva Jani
Travellers have recently undergone a shift in consciousness and are much more aware of the effect of their explorations. They’re seeking travel experiences that allow them to see the world without negatively impacting communities and ecosystems. Here are our top tips on travelling waste-free.
Alaya Resort, a sanctuary of serenity Ubud is one of Bali’s most popular districts for both tourists and expats. In the heart of the jungle, Ubud is your destination for exploring temples, chasing waterfalls and visiting some of the most beautiful rice terraces in Asia. It’s also home to a bustling village centre, filled with
Just off the south east coast of mainland Bali, you’ll find the small trio of tropical gems that make up the Nusa Islands; Penida, Ceningan and Lembongan. Quaint slices of island paradise, a trip to this part of Bali should be next on your list and in particular, a stay at the beautiful Ohana’s Lembongan
Sitting an unassuming 300 kilometres northeast of Singapore amidst a clutch of six white-sand islands and three jewelled lagoons, Bawah Reserve is currently enjoying its time in the sun as the most talked about private-island resort in the world. In addition to its holistic and pioneering approach to sustainability, one of the resort’s features that
The world’s best resort isn’t where you might expect it to be. It’s not a villa floating above the shimmering waters of the Seychelles or Maldives. Nor is it a boutique, bougainvillea-draped chateau spilling down stone cliffs to a private beach in the Mediterranean. According to Travel & Leisure readers for the past two years,