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Even then, this only gets you so far as Koh Mai Si, an island a short motor boat ride away from the picturesque cove where the Soneva Kiri sits. From there, the hotel sprawls over the island’s northern tip like a village of villas scattered in the jungle. There is no bling here, and no shiny surfaces and high-tech amenities. Instead, the rooms, all 36 of them, are built from eucalyptus logs, bamboo and treated pine in a series of multi-structured complexes with a Robinson Crusoe feel. Each room has a dining deck and a private infinity pool big enough for an entire family, and if you want to move around the island, an electric cart is put at your disposal. Another area where the Soneva Kiri makes for one of the most exciting resorts in Southeast Asia is its lineup of restaurants, from bamboo "Treepods" served by waiters on ziplines to tables right on the beach, in the thickness of the forest or by the open-air movie theater. The hotel is also particularly family-friendly with activities like fishing trips, jungle walks and the hotel's giant treehouse shaped like a manta ray and dedicated to music and visual arts. For the grownups, there is also an excellent spa.