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Untouched islands in Southeast Asia that you need to visit

Moyo Island, Indonesia. Indonesia’s Moyo Island is only a helicopter ride away from Bali. This one-resort island is all about mingling with wildlife, exploring ancient fishing villages, and coral reefs that make it a legitimate diving destination. The island is a designated nature reserve called Moyo Island Hunting Park and is inhabited by macaques, wild cattle, wild pigs, barking deer, deer, and a variety of birds.

Koh Rong Sanloem, Cambodia. Koh Rong Sanloem is the little sister of Koh Rong, and is about a third of the size of the island. This small cluster of islands is what off-the-beaten-path travelers seek to avoid the crowds of Kong Rong. Sanloem is surrounded by the crescent-shaped beach called Saracen Bay, bio-diverse diving sites, and crisscrossed by trekking and biking trails, adorned with attractions like a historic lighthouse and waterfalls.

Mabul Island, Malaysia. Popular for being one of the best niche diving destinations in the world, this place deserves a visit once at least. On the island, with the reefs, pelagics, and colorful fish, you can also find some incredible variety of tiny and rare macro marine life that thrives here.

Phu Quoc, Vietnam. Phu Quoc is a stunningly beautiful, unique island that oozes authenticity with its natural beauty. Being a hub of marine activity with 108 species of corals, 135 species of coral reef fish, and 132 different types of mollusks, as well as migrating fish and marine mammals in its surrounding waters, Phu Quoc should feature in your travel wishlist for sure.

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