Asia is a treasure trove when it comes to national parks that come with the best lush jungles and ancient caves that Mother Nature has to offer. So take a ride on the wild side as we entice you into a nature holiday to melt the stress away.

Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park | Quang Binh Province, Vietnam

Cavers enter Hang En, a cave tunneled out by the Rao Thuong River.

The forests here are known to have the richest biodiversity in all of Vietnam and is listed as a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site thanks to the limestone caves and underground rivers. It is home to one of the most outstanding limestone karst ecosystems in the world that are more than 400 million years old. Take a boat ride through the dark yet beautiful underground rivers that flow through limestone caves and be ready to be blown away.

Gunung Mulu National Park | Sarawak, Malaysia

Jungle vines and turquoise waters of Lubang Cina in Gunung Mulu National Park, Sarawak, Malaysia

Trek through various caves like Lagang and Clearwater Cave filled with protruding stalagmites and flying bats for a creepy adventure that is close to Batman’s origin as you’ll ever get. A treat is to take a 2-night hike to The Pinnacles which are a bunch of 45m limestone spikes jutting out from the vegetation where climbers aim for the peak to catch a breathtaking view of the surrounding jungle. Or follow the trail and walk along Paku river that leads to the dainty yet equally stunning Paku Waterfall.

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