October 2, 2022

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10 Beautiful Islands In Asia To visit In 2021

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The largest continent on earth, Asia is packed with a plethora of picturesque islands, both inhabited and uninhabited. Flaunting tall coconut and palm trees, pristine beaches, breathtaking rock formations, and crystal-clear coastlines, the postcard-perfect Asian Islands attract a host of travelers from across the globe. Offering a unique blend of majestic wilderness and a relaxed vibe, these islands are perfect for a laid-back beach vacation. With many positive reviews backing them up, these beautiful islands also offer a plethora of adrenaline-pumping water activities, including surfing, scuba diving, snorkeling, and rowing. These islands also offer you the chance to enjoy trekking and beach camping.

  • Siargao Island

Siargao island is a teardrop-shaped island which is 196 kilometres southeast of Tacloban, Philippines. Backed by many positive Thrillophilia reviews, it is one of Asia’s best islands and a surfer’s paradise. This island has a lot to offer, whether it’s a relaxing beach vacation or exciting activities like swimming with stingless jellyfish or paddle boarding through mangroves.The beautiful Sugba lagoon and the impressive naturally formed Magpupungko rock pools are the major attractions of the Island. As a result, this tropical paradise is a delight to explore both on land and in sea.

  • Penghu Islands

The Penghu Islands, also known as the Pescadores Islands, are a group of 90 islands located southwest of the Taiwan Strait. The main landscape on the islands is made up of sculpted basalt columns and the island hosts spectacular fireworks displays in the spring and summer, as well as a penghu seafood carnival in the winter. Penghu is also an excellent choice for seaside fun, with beautiful blue seas, clear skies, a plethora of beaches and recreation facilities and not to forget the breathtaking sceneries. 

  • Koh Tao island

Koh Tao, also known as Turtle island, is a part of the Chumphon Archipelago that covers approximately 21 square kilometres on the western shore of Thailand’s Gulf of Thailand. This island is a top squab diving destination, with a small chance of seeing a whale shark and massive schools of fishes visible from the surface. Furthermore, the island is an important breeding ground for hawksbill and green turtles.Relaxing on the beach is a great way to spend your time here and this lovely island has something to offer to every visitor.

  • Koh Phi Phi island

The Phi Phi Islands are a group of islands in Thailand located between Phuket’s largest island and the Malacca Strait on the Thai coast. This island is best known for being the location of shooting for the film The Beach, starring Leonardo DiCaprio. Phi phi has pristine beaches, stunning rock formations, and vibrant turquoise water teeming with beautiful marine life. You can always marvel at all this while enjoying shopping from local street shops and tasting delicious food from stalls in the market.

  • Cat Ba island

Cat Ba is the largest of 367 islands that make up the Cat Ba Archipelago, which is located on the south eastern edge of Lan Ha Bay in Northern Vietnam. This island is well known as a place for entertainment, relaxation, and leisure, and it offers a variety of exciting activities such as swimming, snorkelling, and even deep sea diving. At Cat Ba National Park, visitors can also go caving, trekking, and rock climbing and this beautiful island has a lot to offer in terms of exploring and watersport activities. 

  • Gili air island

The Gili Islands are a group of three tiny islands located off the northwestern coast of Lombok, Indonesia namely Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno, and Gili Air. Gili means small island in the local Sasak language, and air means water. It was named because it is the only island of the three gilis with a natural source of freshwater. For water enthusiasts, Gili Air offers a variety of activities such as diving and snorkelling with turtles. On the island, there are no motor vehicles; instead, one can hire a bicycle or a horse cart. This island is unquestionably a paradise and a delight to explore both on land and in the water.

  • Cheung Chau Island

Cheung chau is a small island which is 10 kilometer southwest of the Hong Kong island also known as dumbbell island due to its shape. Despite its small size, the island offers a variety of activities and sights. Both ends of the island are covered with light forest and paths that make the place great for strolls. Other attractions on the island include Cheung Po Tsai Cave, Pak Tai Temple, and the Mini Great Wall as well as the beaches and seafood specialty restaurants. 

  • Ly Son Island 

Ly son island is a district in the central Vietnamese province of Quang ngai, about 30 kilometres from the coast, with an area of about 10 square kilometres. Ly Son, a volcanic island surrounded by reefs, is a striking and geologically fascinating location off all of central Vietnam’s coasts.

Ly son Island lacks long sandy beaches fringed by coconut palms. It does, however, have coral reefs, crystal clear seas, twisted rock formations, Mesmerizing crater top views, and has one of Vietnam’s most dramatically situated beaches. The island is well-known for its seafood and garlic, which grows in the rich volcanic soil of the island. Read Thrillophilia Twitter reviews of Ly Son Island to know more about this adventure. 

  • Yakushima Island

Yakushima island is a paradise for nature lovers, with lush green mountains,blue water, rare flowers and animals. Yakushima has activities for all kinds of visitors and one can spend the day lying on the beach, soaking in the hot spring or driving to different viewpoints on the island. Yakushima was the first site in Japan to be recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage site and is worth visiting. 

  • Caramoan Islands

The Caramoan Islands are located in the Philippines’ Camarines Sur province, in the north-eastern part of the country. The island, however, is isolated from the main province, making it ideal for island hopping, diving, and hiking. Caramoan’s unexplored and uninhabited islands are also featured in the hit TV show Survivor and the serene atmosphere of the place makes it worth paying a visit!