Here is our continued list of our the top natural attractions in Southeast Asia. Remember If you’re a nature lover and you going to enjoy this list!
Bolaven Plateau, Laos
With an area of 10,000 sq km and a height of up to 800 m, this seemingly endless plateau rises above the surrounding land like an upturned plate. Spectacular waterfalls cascade downwards at its edges. Tasty Arabic coffee flourishes here, among other things.
Inle Lake, Myanmar
The amphibious marshland of the Inle Lake enchants visitors with its traditional stilt houses, floating gardens and and famous leg rowers. Situated around 900 m above sea level, and surrounded by mountains, this legendary body of water forms a fascinating world all of its own. From its location in Shan State in the heart of Myanmar, visitors can take an overland route to Bagan, passing through Pindaya and Kalaw on the way.
Mount Victoria, Myanmar
As the highest mountain in Chin State, Mount Victoria rises above the magnificent surrounding landscape (designated the Nat Ma Taung National Park in 1994) at a proud height of 3,053 meters. The Chin women who live here decorate their faces with mysterious tattoos, with designs consisting of spiders’ webs, half-moons and dots.
Myeik Archipelago, Myanmar
This enchanting island world is a grand yet largely untouched seascape – a rare thing in the world of today. The archipelago consists of around 800 small, mostly uninhabited islands, with idyllic coral gardens concealed beneath the sea in between. The best way to access this fascinating area is via Thailand. Since only two of the islands currently offer a resort, visitors are advised to explore the archepelago as part of an unforgettable expedition cruise.
Khao Lak, Thailand
The sandy beaches of Khao Lak stretch along the coastline for more than 30 km and are flanked by dense palm groves, picture-perfect lagoons and unusual mangrove forests. The surrounding conservation region (Khao Sok National Park in particular) entices visitors with exciting trekking and rafting tours.
Khao Yai , Thailand
This easily accessible area of natural beauty is located just 200 km north of Bangkok. Its virgin forests, spectacular waterfalls and diverse flora and fauna led to it being designated Thailand’s first national park in 1962; more recently, it has also been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are a number of enticing hotels and wine-growing estates in the surrounding area.
Located around 50 km from the Mekong, this attractive town has a wholesome provincial character and is an ideal jumping-off point for tours to Thailand’s stunning national parks, including the legendary Phu Kradueng. There, you’ll find unique rocky landscapes, colorful rhododendron groves and fluctuating temperatures of up to 40 degrees.
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