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Have you ever fantasized about traveling to Southeast Asia and researching its tropical rainforests, sandy white beaches and bustling modern cities? There has never been a better time to make your fantasies a reality and explore this exciting and diverse area of the planet. Blessed with excellent weather, friendly people, amazing cuisine, and a rich tapestry of varied civilizations, Southeast Asia provides a potpourri of exciting green experiences just waiting to be found. Here is our list of some of the most unique experiences which you could get in Asia and feel great about doing.



Exploring Ancient Volcanoes In The Philippines

Hillside Resort on the Sea

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Lizard Kings Of Indonesia

Komodo Dragon Monitor Lizard

Boasting a pink sand beach, landscapes surrounded by blue-green waters with seagrass beds, mangrove shrublands and some of the world’s most exquisite coral reefs, Komodo Island is a nature lover’s paradise. It’s home to Komodo National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is just one of the few places on the planet where you are able to visit over 4,000 Komodo dragons in their natural habitat. It is possible to learn more about the parks, do some light trekking and do some minimal effect snorkeling. If you want to take it to the next level, consider going to a Komodo National Park 2-Day Cruise aboard a local Indonesian boat. In addition to Komodo, you may visit a number of the most popular islands like Sunda and Kanawa.


Bugging Out In Bangkok

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Bangkok has a fun and unique reputation for being an adventurous location where you are able to dare yourself to eat a giant roach or even a grasshopper from a street vendor near some tourist hotspot. Although this is the stuff that good Instagram shots are manufactured from, it’s not generally recognized as a serious culinary alternative. Insects At The Backyard is one Bangkok restaurant that’s hoping to alter this perception with being the first edible insect fine dining experience in Thailand. They are seriously interested in raising the status of”creepy crawly” cuisine and introducing it to the masses as a viable alternative to traditional sources of protein. They handle issues associated with globalization, overpopulation and climate change by working directly with farmers to harvest bugs at a sustainable and sterile method. You can dive headfirst into delicacies like Giant Water Beetle & Crab Ravioli, Potato Espuma with Smokey Bacon Flavored Bamboo Caterpillars, Tiramisu with Silkworm Powder or just sit for a Daiquiri using Red Ants.


Monkeying Around In Malaysia

One of the most popular ecotourism websites in Malaysia is Taman Negara, which literally translates to “national park”. Among of the oldest rainforests in the world, it’s famous for the rare mammals which reside in its protective canopy. You may even find an intricate walkway system that permits you to sightsee the roofing of this forest without disturbing the people and minimizing your impact on the surroundings. Make sure to visit the Semenggoh Wildlife Centre, as they work to rehabilitate injured or caught animals; largely orangutans. This is an exceptional opportunity to get up close and interact with all the apes during feeding times, and you’ll see other wild animals and endangered species on the way.


Get Lost In Laos

Scenic Waterfalls

Nestled along the mighty Mekong River, Vientiane is a city of contrast with an easy going small town feel and an eclectic and vibrant street food scene. Everything transpires at a leisurely pace, and it’s a magic place that has managed to evade the frenetic rush to”modernize”. On the contrary, it embraces its history, environment and traditions with an intrepid sense of cultural identity. It’s easy to explore by foot or on a bike, and you can not help but roam the dusty streets and explore the many food stalls which emerge along the river banks in the evening. Location is crucial, and remaining at the Riverside Boutique Resort puts you at the centre of everything while giving you an ideal vantage point to explore the river and temples, such as the Buddha Park of Xieng Khuan.

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