An archipelago of over 17,500 islands, Indonesia is home to thousands of untouched and largely unexplored islands. Some remain so, whilst others have been converted into extraordinary private island escapes, offering wild jungle interiors, pristine beaches and vibrant coral reefs alongside some of the Indonesia's most exclusive accommodation options, from eco-hideaways to luxury beach retreats.
Deep in the North Natuna Sea between Peninsular Malaysia and Borneo lies the small archipelago of the Anambas Islands. Although part of Indonesia, this small group of tropical islands is best accessed from Singapore, where a ferry and sea-plane will take you to these idyllic isles. Those who make the journey to this lesser visited part of the world are rewarded with crystal-clear lagoons, white powder beaches, dense primary rainforest and the extraordinary eco-hideaway of Bawah Reserve.