Boulder Bay in the Mergui Archipelago off Myanmar. At least two flights and two boat rides away, it boasts an eco-resort of 20 bungalows, abundant bird and marine life. Photo: Chris Dwyer Boulder Bay in the Mergui Archipelago off Myanmar. At least two flights and two boat rides away, it boasts an eco-resort of 20 bungalows, abundant bird and marine life. Photo: Chris Dwyer
Boulder Bay in the Mergui Archipelago off Myanmar. At least two flights and two boat rides away, it boasts an eco-resort of 20 bungalows, abundant bird and marine life. Photo: Chris Dwyer

Remote Asia: three wilderness destinations that offer mountains, islands, or steppe for solitude and reflection when flights resume

  • Your jaw will drop as you journey through Bhutan’s Himalayan landscapes to a hidden paradise; the views are just as epic in Mongolia, where you can milk horses
  • To reach Myanmar’s Mergui Archipelago takes two flights and three-and-a-half hours by boat. Jungle, clear water, wildlife and eco-resorts await you

Topic |   Asia travel
Boulder Bay in the Mergui Archipelago off Myanmar. At least two flights and two boat rides away, it boasts an eco-resort of 20 bungalows, abundant bird and marine life. Photo: Chris Dwyer Boulder Bay in the Mergui Archipelago off Myanmar. At least two flights and two boat rides away, it boasts an eco-resort of 20 bungalows, abundant bird and marine life. Photo: Chris Dwyer
Boulder Bay in the Mergui Archipelago off Myanmar. At least two flights and two boat rides away, it boasts an eco-resort of 20 bungalows, abundant bird and marine life. Photo: Chris Dwyer
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