The 13 Most Beautiful Overwater Bungalows in the World

Each one of these belongs on your travel bucket list.

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Pangkor Laut Resort

Sometimes, when you really, really want to get away from it all, dry land simply won't do. These jaw-dropping homes are built on the water, bringing you privacy along with Instagram-worthy views.

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Fiji

As the first (and, currently, only) resort on the main island of Fiji with overwater huts, we have no doubt this new hotel is about to become one of the most popular on the island. Guests can dive from their private decks directly into those famous Fiji waters.

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Milaidhoo Island
Maldives

Every villa at the new Milaidhoo Island resort has its own private swimming pool and opens up 180 degrees, which maximizes the gorgeous view guests flew from all over the world to wake up to every day. Sigh.

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Karisma Hotels & Resorts
Maroma Beach, Mexico

The newly-built Palafitos Overwater Bungalows, located at the adults-only El Dorado Maroma, are the first over-the-water lodgings in Mexico. Guests stay in thatched-roof bungalows that overlook turquoise water.

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Maroma Beach, Mexico

Just because you're inside doesn't mean you don't get the enjoy the stunning scenery. Glass windows in the floor give you a peek at what's below.

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Airbnb
Bocas del Toro, Panama

With the Caribbean Sea at your front door and a jungle setting for your backyard, this luxurious yet eco-friendly Airbnb is rightly called "Azul Paradise." Though the accommodations are built for relaxation, more active types will enjoy scuba trips through the nearby coral reef.

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Pangkor Laut Resort
Pangkor Laut Island, Malaysia

Linked by wooden walkways, the incredible sea villas at the Pangkor Laut Resort is ideal for those who want a little extra privacy. Even showering is quite the experience — the ceiling-mounted showers opens out to the sea.

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Four Seasons Bora Bora
Bora Bora

The island of Bora Bora is known as much for its luxury resorts as it is for its ubiquitous coconut trees. The Four Seasons Bora Bora, however, might be the best of the bunch, at least as far as overwater accommodations go: You have your choice of one- or two-bedroom villas, many of which boast private plunge pools.

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Misool Eco Resort
Raja Ampat, Indonesia

There are very few places where, if you look down, you can see right through the water. The Misool Eco Resort is one of them. Each cottage is built over water that's so clear, you can see fish from the comfort of your on-deck hammock. Want to get even closer? There's snorkeling and diving expeditions available.

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Sandals Montego Bay
Montego Bay, Jamaica

Floating decks and private infinity pools are just a few of the ultra-luxurious features of the soon-to-open overwater villas at Sandals Montego Bay. Each villa is also appointed a private butler that has been trained to the standards of the Guild of Professional Butlers (who provide butlers for nobility and celebrities).

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Likuliku Lagoon Resort
Malolo Island, Fiji

Fiji's only overwater bures (Fijian for "wood and straw hut"), these cozy suites overlook a reef and marine sanctuary. Each has a separate bathing pavilion that offers lagoon views.

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Le Meridien Tahiti
Puna'auia, Tahiti

Thatched roofs and woven palm walls give the overwater villas at Le Meridien Tahiti a definite romantic feel. Through the crystal-clear water, you can gaze upon coral gardens and bright ocean life.

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Berjaya Langkawi Resort
Langkawi, Malaysia

Like other remote locations, it'll take you two flights to get to the far-flung

Berjaya Langkawi Resort. But, from the looks of the premier chalets (seen here) and premier suites, all located over the water, it's worth the trip. If you'd rather stay on land, you can still enjoy the views from the overwater restaurant.

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Airbnb
Baa Atoll, Maldives

This two-bedroom, two-bathroom home is like having your own private villa. (It even comes complete with a private butler.) The infinity pool seems to seamlessly merge with the aquamarine-hued water, and the open-air bathtub will ruin normal baths for you forever. Such luxury will come at an unbelievable price: Almost $10,000 a night.

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