Southeast Asia boasts of some of the most beautiful tourist destinations in the world. Those who travel to Asia go there for several reasons. Some of them want to escape from the harsh winter of their country to Asia because of the warmth of the sun. For the trendy and discerning set, lodgings are a major determinant of the trip. There are those that equate luxury to a good trip and have no qualms about shelling out hundreds or even thousands of dollars for a beautiful place to stay and Asia is certainly not.
So now let check out these top 10 best hotels in Southeast Asia
1.Raffles Hotel, Singapore:
It’s no surprise that the most expensive hotel in Asia is located in the region’s richest country. Singapore is home to Raffles Hotel, the seat of old-world opulence in all of Asia. For a whopping $9,600 a night in the hotel’s presidential suite, no expense is spared in ensuring every guest at the Raffles is treated like royalty.
2.Four Seasons Resort, Chiang Mai, Thailand:
Aside from Bangkok, the other city tourists flock to is Chiang Mai. It’s here that the second most expensive hotel in Asia is located. A villa in the Four Seasons Chiang Mai can cost up to $5,200 a night. With a price like that, you’re guaranteed a spectacular view of the beautiful rice paddy-filled hills.
3.Hilton Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia:
For the city-loving set, Kuala Lumpur is pleasantly cosmopolitan, with modern structures and a myriad of five-star hotels. The Hilton Kuala Lumpur caters to the modern traveler. With its contemporary style of rooms and a penthouse suite costing up to $3,000 a night, it’s not only modern, but it high-tech too.
4.Amansara, Siem Reap, Cambodia:
Angkor Wat suddenly became one of the hottest tourist destinations in the world. Some tourists don’t mind shelling out a pocketful of cash for a stay in a top-class resort, like Amansara. The resort was once a private guest house of a former king and its suite can go for a hefty $1,800 a night.
5.Shangri-La Resort and Spa Boracay, Philippines:
Among all Asian nations, the Philippines perhaps has the most number of beaches. Perhaps the most popular and visited beach in the Philippines is Boracay Island. So when a group like Shangri-La builds a resort there, with villas going for $1,800 a night. You can be sure you’ll be getting the ultimate luxury beach experience.
6.Six Senses Hideaway at Ninh Van Bay,Vietnam:
Like many of its Asian neighbors, Vietnam is proud to have beautiful beaches dotting its land. Since it’s a tourist spot, it has many hotels to house its visitors, one of which is Six Senses Hideaway at Ninh Van Bay. This luxury resort’s villa can cost around $1,490 a night.
7.Rupar Mandalar Resort, Myanmar:
Myanmar has a very rich heritage and culture. Many resorts have been sprouting up in tourist destinations, one of which is the Rupar Mandalar Resort. The resort strives to give the guests a feel of the local atmosphere, with its traditional Burmese décor and ambience.
8.Amankila, Bali, Indonesia:
This beautiful resort is very much in touch with its community. It is located in eastern Bali right on the Lombok Strait, Indonesia. It is freestanding suites, all with thatched roofs, cathedral ceilings, canopied beds, double terrazzo vanities, and patios with coconut-shell tables, are terraced on a hillside above with a lovely, tiered infinity pools. Moreover, it also has a nice restaurant which prepares European and Indonesian dishes with a very nice taste that gonna make you never forget.
9.La Residence D’Angkor, Siem Reap:
Only a few miles from the temples of Angkor by cross a bridge over a lotus pond, you’ll see this very peaceful hotel. This hotel is housed within a walled garden that is “a jungle oasis” of palms, bougainvillea, and frangipani. Accented with jewel-tone silk cushions, beautifully designed “Khmer-style rooms have bamboo furnishings and floor-to-ceilings windows.
10.Fullerton Bay Hotel, Singapore:
This hotel is built on the 1927 Clifford Pier, a whitewashed architectural gem where immigrants from India, China and beyond once poured in, reflects Singapore’s no-looking-back drive to modernize. The service is impeceable (staff immediately know you by name), and the rooftop bar, Lantern, is a buzzy place to sip a Singapore sling at day’s end.