Top 5 amazing adventures that you should start right now in Asia

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Mekong river in Laos @ Thousand Wonders

The amazing adventures in Asia that can only be found in this unique continent. These are some of the most worthwhile trips in Asia that an adventurer could ever dream of. These destinations also serve to deepen the knowledge of the travelers about some of the most beautiful countries in Asia right now.

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Travel along the Mekong river from Cambodia to Vietnam

From Phnom Penh, Cambodia to Chau Doc, An Giang, Vietnam, spending about 5 hours traveling is quite long but Roughguides rated the trip very beautiful. Guests can take a boat trip from Phnom Penh, enjoy river views while sailing down the southern border along the Mekong. This is the scene of crowded bazaars, bamboo houses and local people working in rice fields.

Thailand dead railway

Thailand’s death railway @ The Daily Beast

Death Railway or Burma Railway (former name of Myanmar) is 415 kilometers long from Bangkok, Thailand to Yangon (formerly Rangoon), Myanmar built by Japan during World War II to serve the army. This country is in the Myanmar front.

After the war, the route was in very bad condition. When rehabilitated, the railway is still used today to 130 km from Kanchanaburi to Nam Tok in Thailand. If you have the opportunity to explore this road, you will be watching the beautiful scenery along the road and across the beautiful River Kwai.

Starting your journey take a taxi to the Hellfire Pass just north of Nam Tok. Then you will walk through the jungle, where many prisoners die when making their way, before boarding Nam Tok and down south to Kanchanaburi.

Trekking from Luang Nam Tha to Nam Ha, Laos

Trekking in Luang Nam Tha @ Luang Nam Tha Trek

On this trekking journey, you do not have to be afraid to go to the local ethnic groups, the ecotourism project in Nam Ha will ensure your safety. In addition, visitors are also discovering more around.

On the first day, you can experience boat trips on the Nam Tha River, to Sin Oudom Village before the guide goes into the jungle. Dinner is local food, cooked in the tent, with simple bamboo tubes. When in the forest visitors also have the ability to see the monkey.

The next day of the journey, visitors will stay at the Ban Namkoy where the Lantern live or the Khmu Nalantai Ban, meet the natives and enjoy the river bath.

Explore the streets of Phnom Penh, Cambodia

The streets of Phnom Penh, Cambodia @ Naughty Nomad

Walking around the capital of Cambodia is a very interesting journey. You will see local people carrying each other with their cycle, along with a lot of goods. Guests can also select this option to travel within the city.

From Wat Phnom to the central market only 2.5 km, but by cyclo, you will find the rhythm of life here more enjoyable than riding a motorcycle or car. Relax and do not be afraid because the drivers here are so shaky.

Trekking the sharp peaks at Gunung Mulu National Park, Malaysia

Gunung Mulu National Park @ Wikivoyage

It takes about 3 days to trek to these sharp peaks in the national park. The reward for those who are determined to reach the sharp “limestone forest” looks like it is entering the scene of a fantasy film.

The journey begins with a boat trip along the Melinau River to Kuala Bera, and then people continue trekking through the jungle to the campsite. The second day is hardest because you have to cross the 1,200 m of jungle and limestone forest. Next, you climb the rope, climb the ladder to see the sharp peaks.

Do not put too much effort on the trip, but it is probably more difficult to get there, but the time to rest and enjoy the scenery will add to the energy.

Explore the road to Mandalay, Myanmar

Roughguides judges this is a romantic journey because you are discovered by yachting to Mandalay. A trip from Bagan to Mandalay along the Irrawaddy River lasting 3 days and 2 nights will make visitors feel very fast.

Sip cocktails on the deck, enjoy the atmosphere as the boat passes through gilded temples, monks in camouflage and countless jungle scenes. In addition to yachting experience, passengers also get off the boat to explore Mingun (where the temple of King Bodawpaya and the world’s largest bell).

Hopefully you will have a blast at Asia this holiday!

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