Hidden Tourist Attractions in Southeast Asia that You Must Visit part 3
Inle Lake, Myanmar
This more than 13 mile long lake has a variety of attractions. Around the lake, you can take classes on local crafts that the locals offer on their boats.
You can also find floating land owned by local residents planted with vegetables. Not to mention the floating house which is the mainstay of local residents.
Ko Lanta, Thailand
Usually, tourists will visit big islands like Ko Tao or Ko Phangan. But, if you want to enjoy a different atmosphere, you need to visit Ko Lanta.
Still relatively quiet, this place offers serenity and a clean beach.
Cu Chi Tunnel in Saigon, Vietnam
The Vietnamese army used this tunnel as a hiding place during the Vietnam war. Here, soldiers kept their food reserves during the war.
Many Vietnamese soldiers who contracted malaria were also treated in this tunnel. A trip to this place is guaranteed to make your hair stand on end.
Chiang Dao, Thailand
Chiang Dao is a paradise for nature lovers. This place has waterfalls, hot springs, and high cliffs. But, the main attraction of this place is the Chiang Dao cave.
In this cave you can find more than 100 places that contain various worship tools. In addition, the beauty of the stalactites and stalagmites around the cave should not be missed.
Red Island Beach, Banyuwangi
This beach at the southern end of Banyuwangi has a unique form of a small mountain in the middle of a red beach. On this beach we can enjoy the beauty of the protected forest area, relax on a quiet beach and shop for fish at the fish port not far from Pulau Merah Beach.
Kiluan Bay, Lampung
Kiluan Bay is located in Lampung Province, which is famous for its many dolphins, whales around Kiluan Bay. This area is also famous for its natural beauty and paradise for skilled anglers.
Every year a fishing competition is held in Kiluan Bay which is participated by anglers from all over Indonesia.
Laut Tawar Lake in Akengon, Central Aceh
Laut Tawar Lake Tourism Object is located east of the city of Takengon, Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam Province, and is the largest lake in the province with an area of about 5,472 ha, a length of 17 km, and a width of 5.5 km. Access to Takengon is easier to travel through the town of Bireun.
This area is a mix of cycling tourism, reflection on the past, future and present. Here you can enjoy the beauty of the land above the clouds and have a culinary tour in a delicious coffee-producing area
Derawan Island, East Kalimantan
This island, located in the Berau Archipelago, East Kalimantan, is a tropical paradise for tourists. Beaches with soft white sand, tame turtles and many dive points.
The exotic Derawan Island with its stunning blend of sea and moss colors produces gradations of blue and green, as well as a small forest in the middle, making this island presents a beautiful natural landscape that is a shame to pass up.
Jomblang Cave, Yogyakarta
This cave is located in Jetis Wetan Hamlet, Ayahejo Village, Semanu District, Gunungkidul. Located 50 kilometers from downtown Jogja, the road to this tourist attraction is still made of dirt and rock. So, we will feel the sensation of off road when we get there.
After passing through the village and rice fields for about 2 kilometers, we arrived at the Jomblang Cave Resort which is equipped with a beautiful garden. Because of its uniqueness, Jomblang Cave is quite famous both among local tourists, as well as among foreign tourists.
This cave offers an exciting adventure in a limestone cave, and beautiful views of ancient forests and underground rivers. Jomblang Cave is connected to another cave called Goa Grubug, so visitors usually go through these two caves at the same time.
Those are some travel recommendations for various countries in Southeast Asia that are hidden and must be visited for travelers.