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Boulder Bay Resort

Even the most jaded of travellers will have their breath taken away at Boulder Bay. And this, in Myanmar of all places, we do not say lightly. If not truly an eco-resort, Boulder Bay is certainly low impact, and is true in its claim to offer access to some of the finest beaches of the Mergui Archipelago. The Resort is new, and it is going through some teething pains. The rooms are simple, amenities patchy, and one should not expect hot water - although the pressure in the showers in remarkably strong. The food is honest and wholesome.

With many of the staff having worked before in Thailand, the service is efficient, but also relaxed. You may well be invited to join the staff horsing around on the hotel kayaks as the sun sets each evening.

For those guests who wish for more than lounging about in hammocks with a good book, jungle treks and day trips to other beaches can easily be arranged; snorkelling at Sisters Bay, for example, and meeting the Moken Sea Nomads at Moken Bay.