Because Anambas is still largely unknown to most players in the international tourism realm, there hasn't been a lot of need for hotels, resorts, or any kind of lodging on the archipelago's islands. This, in turn, keeps Anambas under travel agents' radar, which then perpetuates the cycle.
In fact, for all intents and purposes, Anambas is still Paradise Not Yet Found.
However, travelers that recognize a one-of-a-kind holiday destination when they see one, know that it's exactly this kind of true timeless island oasis that gives Anambas its undisputed value. After all, still undiscovered territories where past meets present are very few and far between in the world. And their numbers dwindle with each passing year.
Anambas, arguably Asia's last hidden paradise, is still blissfully untouched and unspoilt by tourism. This is one of the main attractions of Anambas: its still-authentic old-world charm, along with its countless undisputed environmental treasures, both below and above the waterline.
If you want to experience this mysterious land of enchantment that nobody seems to have heard of, then now is the time to do it.
Whilst not exactly plentiful, there are lodgings available in Anambas. The following hotels are recommended:
Anambas Dive Resort
Nongkat Cottage by the Beach
Tarempak Beach Hotel
Rooms range from bare-bones budget at one end of the spectrum, to fairly exclusive, with plenty of creature comforts, on the other end. Incidentally, homestay and dorms are also available.
One point to note for those keen to come to Anambas is that Wi-Fi will be slow or even non-existent. This is unavoidable when traveling off the beaten path. So if you're intending to you email to book your accommodation, then it pays to be a little patient.
Alternatively, if you're keen to have your room reservation confirmed without delay, then you can call or SMS +65 900 79345.