There is the huge Fairy Cave made picturesque by the green moss that contrasts the dark colors of the cave; the Wind Cave that showcases long poles of stalactites and stalagmites meeting halfway; and the limestone Buddha Cave that hosts the floating Buddha and its mysteries.
And what better way to experience it than to go on a 12km bike ride along the nooks and crannies of this Malaysian state! Cycle around the heritage zone and see the temples and monuments that withstood the test of time.
Pulau Beras Basah, on the other hand, is famed for its white sandy beaches and clear blue waters. There are also wild monkeys to look out for. And another stop will let you experience feeding the eagles flying above the boats.
The town of Vang Vieng, in Central Laos, is blessed with bountiful expanses of remarkable caves, lagoons of turquoise water, rivers, mountains and cliffs, each offering its own adventure sports of your liking.