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aerial view nay pad hideaway


Set on a peninsula in Siargao Island in the Southern Phillipines, Nay Palad Hideaway is a resort of thatched roofed villas ensconced in palms and warm sea breezes.

The sustainable consciousness is built into the very architecture with local and responsibly sourced materials being used to create the light-flooded villas. The interiors are spacious, which is helpful as the beds, veiled in billowing curtains, are sizeable.

Beyond the floor-to-ceiling windows is a large wood terrace with a chair swing overflowing with cushions and perfect for sundowners with a sea view. If you want more space, the Perlah Villa delivers with its private swimming pool and tree platform ideal for little adventurers.


Based on what Conde Nast Traveler named as the ‘Best Island in Asia’, Siargao is all white-sand beaches and palms. It’s also home to a number of superb surfing waves including Cloud Nine—a regular in lists dedicated to the world’s best barrel.

The spa isn’t terrible either. In its own dappled grove, you’ll find deeply relaxing massages worked in with fragrant natural oils. Beyond the wondrous wellness, the resort offers village visits, cooking classes so you can remake the restaurant’s delicious local cuisine, and, this being the Philippines, lots of diving and water sports.


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