Six Senses suite of luxury resorts in South-east Asia’ features three existing resorts in Thailand and Vietnam, alongside two brand new resorts in Bali and Cambodia which are opening this year.
1. Six Senses Yao Noi, Thailand
Six Senses Yao Noi overlooks the surreal lime-stone pinnacles that majestically rise from the waters of Phang Nga Bay between the island of Phuket and Krabi on the Thai mainland.
Six Senses prides itself on both social and environmental sustainability programmes. Produce is sourced and purchased locally wherever possible.
The multiple villa choices, the Six Senses Spa and a selection of dining locations and options will ensure your stay at Six Senses Yao Noi is relaxing, peaceful and one you will remember for a very long time.
2. Con Dao, Vietnam
Six Senses Con Dao is situated on a tropical island which is reached via a 45-minute flight from Ho Chi Minh City; the island is part of a remote archipelago which is also a protected national and marine park.
The resort is breathtaking.The far-reaching ocean views and surrounding jungle combine to make this unique resort truly unforgettable.
3. Uluwatu, Bali
Six Senses Uluwatu is perched atop a rugged cliff in Pecatu, boasting far-reaching Indian Ocean vistas and situated close to Pura Uluwatu, the Balinese sea temple. Guests can enjoy multiple swimming pools, three restaurants (including a cooking school and chef’s table experience) alongside an open air event venue and function space.
Less than an hour from the international airport of Denpasar this will be one of the hottest new openings of 2018.
4. Krabey Island, Cambodia
At Six Senses Krabey Island guests can choose from a selection of pool villas and expect dramatic sea views from the restaurant before heading to the all-day ice cream parlour for a refreshing treat. Be sure to book a treatment at the Six Senses Spa, where signature therapies will be on offer alongside ancient Cambodian healing traditions.
For those that wish to include a visit to Angkor Wat and the other magnificent temples of Angkor, rest assured that a flight of less than an hour will see you arrive at Siem Reap, which is the gateway town to the temples.
5. Ninh Van Bay, Vietnam
Six Senses Ninh Van Bay has a unique island feel despite being situated on the mainland in central Vietnam. The picturesque bay is reached by private speedboat.
Guests can select from an impressive array of villas, including the Water Pool Villas with a private pool carved from the rock and multi-room specialist villas complete with your very own private wine cellar. As with all Six Senses resorts your GEM (Guest Experience Maker) will always be on hand to ensure your stay is memorable.