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Pulau Pangkil

Indonesian idyll, touted as “Survivor with maids and butlers”

Mere steps from the sandy beach, the nine driftwood palaces of Pulau Pangkil offer barefoot serenity. Some two to three hours trip from Singapore, this Indonesian idyll offers a fully staffed, yet pared-back island escape. Little to no reception or internet access focuses the mind onto more sybaritic pleasures – indulging in the freshwater pool, accessible via a hidden rock passage, hand-reel fishing in the turquoise waters and kicking back beside a roaring beach bonfire come nightfall, dying down to give stellar views of the stars and Milky Way sprawling above it all. Retreating for the night, King Size four-poster beds with mosquito netting provide peaceful slumber, the gentle breeze blowing in through open walls of these sand-floor shelters.


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