These Two Southeast Asian Beaches Shine as “Best Beaches in The World”

These Two Southeast Asian Beaches Shine as “Best Beaches in The World”

Contrary to its name, "Hidden Beach" in Palawan, Philippines has received prestigious recognition from Condé Nast Traveller, a travel magazine based in England, making it to the list of "34 Best Beaches in the World" on February 23.

In an article written by journalist Lizzie Pook, Hidden Beach secured 19th place among the world's best beach destinations. Pook astutely noted, "It's not quite so hidden anymore." Despite its growing popularity, the beach has managed to maintain its reputation as one of the world's most extraordinary beach destinations.

Pook described the beach as a captivating destination surrounded by stunning limestone cliffs and adorned with enchanting white sand. She emphasized that the beach has unique characteristics among Palawan beaches, especially because it is surrounded by impressive limestone cliffs and striking white sand - as if cut off from the enchanting blue sea. Visitors must pass through a small key-like entrance to access the lagoon, providing a magical experience before discovering its hidden beauty.

Pook also stated that "Palawan is filled with pristinely beautiful spots," and in particular, she considers Hidden Beach in El Nido as one of the best in the world.

Aside from Hidden Beach, another destination listed is Ora Beach, Indonesia. Indeed, its beauty earned it 5th in the prestigious list.

Tucked away in the north of Seram Island, Ora Beach has been dubbed "Indonesia's Little Maldives" for its clear blue waters and enchanting white sands. In spite of this, the island has managed to retain its authenticity and its pristine natural beauty.

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