Bawah Island’s over-water bungalows and beachfront tented suites are all eco-friendly constructed on this new resort paradise. Score a free night and Virtuoso bonuses when booking through Executive Edge Travel

Not just a new resort, but a new destination! Bawah Island is the first property in this remote region of Indonesia called the Anambas Islands.

Of 295 islands, only 19 are inhabited and Bawah Island is the 20th to be inhabited. A marine conservation park, everything revolves around the lagoon and the virgin rainforest.

Bawah’s over-water bungalows and beachfront tented suites are all eco-friendly constructed, built entirely by hand using almost 600 craftsmen. Incredibly, no machines were used in the building of Bawah.

Bawah’s untouched private island paradise features 35 villas which blend seamlessly with the natural surroundings allowing guests to live among nature. Eleven Overwater Bungalows and 21 Beachfront Suites overlook a pristine lagoon with sublime sunset views. Enjoy 13 powder beaches and an entire jungle island to explore trekking.

Spend the night in Singapore before coming out to Bawah, then take a mere 80-minute seaplane direct to island from Batam airport. So what’s the deal?

EXCLUSIVE OPENING OFFER

NOW through to this Saturday (March 31) receive a double upgrade for a Superior Room at time of booking (if available), guaranteed upgrade for Junior, Superior or Deluxe Suites, USD 100 hotel credit & daily breakfast for two.

Executive Edge Travel is a globally renowned leader for booking luxury travel experiences/properties.

To book contact your Executive Edge Travel Designer on 03 9519 7777 or email leisure@executiveedge.com.au  

Kimberly Rosbe

About Kimberly Rosbe

A long summer on the Amalfi Coast solidified Kimberly’s resolve to trade in her Manolos at Harper’s Bazaar and swap high fashion for the high-end travel industry and she’s never looked back. With a Master’s Degree in journalism and growing up travelling the world, Kimberly recently lived in Australia for a decade but now she’s The Departure Lounge’s US correspondent writer based on the East Coast.

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