Encircled by tropical seas teeming with marine life these two tiny islands are linked by a footbridge and offer a truly idyllic and very natural experience. This is a place where luxury and sustainability go hand in hand and where there is a very deep sense of connection with the environment. Built with sustainability in mind Song Saa lives and breathes with nature. Local hands built the resort using local materials creating a truly heavenly, private island experience. 27 villas come with jungle views, ocean panoramas or, unusually for this part of the world, perched on stilts over the ocean and sit in perfect harmony with the environment. Rustic timbers, driftwood and thatched roofs only enhance the feeling of desert island-luxe, and all have private pools and blissful ocean views. All-inclusive rates ensure all meals, snack and drinks are taken care of whether you’re dining on the breezy waterfront of the Vista Bar and Restaurant, watching the sunset from an over-sized bean bag with a cocktail in hand in beachside Driftwood, or indulging in a private in-villa experience. The islands may be small, but they are perfectly formed and the abundance of experiences available is quite astonishing. Explore the secret coves and hidden bays by sea kayak or pull on your mask and flippers and head beneath the waves for a snorkelling adventure. On dry land there are island safaris, yoga classes and conservation experiences to enjoy.