This Japanese-designed island hideaway is an intimate haven of airy villas with their own infinity pools overlooking the turquoise ocean. Each comes with its own private butler who will happily cater for your every whim 24-7.

The seafood here is unsurprisingly exceptional, and there’s a cheese and wine cellar featuring some of the world’s most exclusive vintages to wash down your private beach picnic. The icing on the cake is the spectacular undersea restaurant where you can indulge in fine dining whilst watching inhabitants of the marine world swim by. The Balinese-inspired spa boasts a rather unique salt-cave for the ultimate healing experience, perfect for a spot of relaxation after a morning out on the luxury yacht or diving the coral reef.

Conservation and Sustainability

Kudadoo’s core values revolve around sustainability of natural resources, as well as social responsibility, in order to minimise impact on the environment. The resort is entirely powered by solar panels and all the buildings have been constructed using sustainably sourced wood. Glass bottled drinking water is provided by a sister property on a nearby island in an effort to reduce plastic use and carbon emissions.