Why we like it
- Accommodation consists of 11 tented beach-villas and three intimate treehouses
- Spectacular views of the Andaman Sea from the villas
- Pristine white-sand beach
- Wa Ale aims to to leave a minimal footprint on the environment
- The on-site restaurant uses locally sourced fresh produce
About Wa Ale Island Resort
Tucked away in a cove overlooking the crystal waters of the Andaman Sea, Wa Ale resort is a slice of luxury set on the stunning Mergui Archipelago. White sandy beaches, cool waters and abundant local wildlife – this location is truly unforgettable. The resort takes pride in their sustainable practices and every aspect of the property is designed to leave as little footprint on the landscape as possible. It was built using local raw materials and utilises neutral décor which blends harmoniously with the verdant scenery outside.
Accommodation is offered across 11 tented beach-villas and three treehouses. Each tent can asleep up to four people and features an outdoor shower, lounge area and two outdoor decks with unbroken ocean views. Each luxury treehouse sleeps up to two people and has a private veranda nestled in a canopy of trees. Enjoy a four-poster bed, an en-suite bathroom and an outdoor shower.
Spend your days discovering the wonders of Lampi Marine National Park, home to rare wildlife including the forest crested lizard, mudskipper and dolphin. Unwind in the evenings at the resort, relaxing by the ocean. The on-site restaurant serves up fresh Asian-Mediterranean fusion flavours prepared in a wood-fired oven.