5 Of The Best All Inclusive Resorts in Asia

| August 25, 2013 | 0 Comments
All Inclusive Resorts in Asia

All Inclusive Resorts in Asia

A wealth of top-quality all inclusive resorts can be found across Asia and by staying in the following hotels you will be well-placed to enjoy a relaxing, indulgent break.

This will certainly be the case should you choose to stay at the Kabira Resort in Japan. With the property’s three-storey villas set out in a semi-circle overlooking the Pacific Ocean, by staying in one of the 181 rooms and suites you’ll be able to take in some great sea views.

Go for a walk through the beautifully manicured gardens and you’ll be able to see colourful bougainvillea and hibiscus trees, before heading to the nearby beach for a spot of sunbathing.

If you’re looking to be a bit more active, kayaking and yoga are among the pursuits on offer. However, for something slightly different you can take trapeze lessons, where qualified experts will guide you through the high-flying circus skill.

Staying at Fusion Maia in Vietnam, meanwhile, is ideal if you’re after some health and beauty treatments. The hotel claims to be Asia’s first five-star resort to offer a completely all inclusive spa, with all health and beauty treatments included in the price.

This means that you can use the steam rooms, yoga studio and Jacuzzi baths without having to worry about any additional fees (in some hotels you may have to pay extra for certain services).

Each of the 80 pool suites here come with a private pool and terrazzo bathtub and, while they are 50 to 60 sq m large, if you need more space you can book one of the four Fusion Spa or two Fusion Beach villas. These offer up to 190 sq m of room and have separate bedrooms and a kitchenette.

If you’ve worked up an appetite, head to the Five restaurant which serves a range of pan-Asian cuisine.

Malaysia’s Tanjung Rhu Resort can also make for a great all inclusive break. Each of the 136 rooms has a mini-bar, air-conditioning and bathroom with oversized bath and shower; however, the luxury Anjung Senja rooms also feature a private Jacuzzi and separate lounge area.

You’ll be able to try a range of water sports, including kayaking and windsurfing, and there’s a choice of three restaurants.

Beachfront eatery Sands offers western and Asian cuisine, while Saffron focuses on Mediterranean dishes. Rhu, meanwhile, serves fusion fare and as you eat you can watch the sun set over the Cape of Casuarinas.

Situated in 3.5 hectares of landscaped gardens, the Club Bali Mirage has 98 rooms and suites set over three floors, although if you’re seeking a truly relaxing all inclusive break than book one of the Mirage or Honeymoon suites. These feature separate sleeping and living areas and have both sea and pool views.

Choosing an all inclusive break here provides you with use of the extensive water sport facilities, which include windsurfing and sailing, at any time. In addition, the resort offers classes on Balinese culture where you can learn traditional woodcarving and flower arranging.

If you’ve worked up an appetite, you’ll have the choice of three restaurants to eat at, with Chopstick Restaurant specialising in fine Chinese cuisine,

The Club Med Phuket resort in Thailand offers a range of suites and rooms and you will find that they are all exquisitely decorated in teak wood and marble.

However, it may be an idea to choose one of the suites. Not only will you be transferred from the airport to the resort in a limousine taxi, but your accommodation will provide you with great views of the resort’s gardens from your private terrace.

The spa and wellness centre offers a range of treatments such as reflexology, Swedish massages and herbal body wraps, while basketball, golf and snorkelling are among the sports and activities you can take part in.

With so many fantastic hotels in Asia to choose from, you can be sure of finding the all inclusive resort that is right for you.

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