It's not just a holiday, it's a discovery
The Anambas Archipelago is a secluded Indonesian territory sandwiched between Peninsular Malaysia to its west and Sarawak to its east.
The Anambas area comprises more than 250 isolated atoll islands of varying sizes, many of which to this day remaining unnamed and even uncharted by Google Maps. Quite astonishing, given that you could be there in one hour from Singapore.
Remote and blessed with stunning landscapes and seascapes, Anambas has been ranked a top tropical island sanctuary in Asia by CNN. Yet, you'll be forgiven for never having heard of it before. Very few have.
That said, if ever there was a time to make your acquaintance with Anambas, to experience this somewhat mystical sun-kissed island chain that some have called Asia's Maldives, now is it.
My name is Bryan. I stumbled upon Anambas several years ago. My extensive travels notwithstanding, I was completely bowled over by this dreamy archipelago; not only its breathtaking beauty, but also by the inexplicable way it has somehow managed to stay invisible to the outside world all this time.
Anambas is quite possibly the last untouched tropical paradise left to be discovered.
If the long Corona lockdown has culminated in a profound yearning for idyllic open spaces, the need for gorgeous sunsets, magnificent vistas, castaway Bounty islands and blissful isolation, perhaps my impressions of Anambas in this blog will inspire you.
Want to get to know Anambas a little better, then have a quick read of this Anambas field guide for Anambas novices. It's got everything you need to know if you're thinking of going there.
Let me know in the form below if you have any questions, inquiries or feedback. I'll get back to you before you can say Amazing Anambas :)