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10 Asia’s Unbelievable Places that Actually Exist

10 Asia's Unbelievable Places that Actually Exist

Being the largest continent of the world, Asia is also the continent of wonder. From the highest peak in the world to the biggest country, Asia has it all. Further, there are many wonders in Asia that can leave us in awe. Some of the places are so amazing that they make heaven down to earth.

Asia has many unbelievable places which can make it hard to believe that they even exist. Further, they make everyone feel like they are in a fairy tale book. Well, if you want to know about such places in Asia, then stick with us till the end.

Most Unbelievable place, Son Doong cave in Vietnam

Son Doong Cave is the world’s largest natural cave. Further, it is located in Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng National Park, Vietnam. It is estimated that the cave is between 2 and 5 million years old. The cave was Hang S hang Djoòng was first discovered in 1991 by a local man named Ho Khanh. In addition, the cave became internationally known after a group of cavers from the British Cave Research Association conquered the cave in 2009.

The Unbelievable place. San Doong, Vietnam
Son Doong Cave, Vietnam
Source: National Geographic

If you like a little adventure with nature, Son Doong cave can be one of the best places in Asia. The largest cave in the world, Son Doong, is a lost and rare ecosystem. In particular, this cave can be perfect for someone who wants to witness the underground ecosystem. Located near the border between Laos and Vietnam, the cave has an internal, fast-flowing underground river.

La Zhangye Danxia Landform, China

LanZhangye Danxia Landform is situated in China in the eastern foot of Quilian Mountain. The site was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009 and is a destination for many visitors from China and abroad.

Unbilevable place in China, Zhangye Danxia Landform
Zhangye Danxia Landform, China
Source: Flickr

Well, the LanZhangye Danxia Landform is also famous as The Rainbow Mountains of China. The geopark Zhangye is spread over an area of 510 sq km. Mountains are dappled over 24 million years with a colorful sheet of sandstone and mineral layers formulated by the other natural activities resulting in a masterpiece of nature.

Darvaza gas crater, Turkmenistan

Also known as the Door to Hell or Gates of Hell, the Darvaza gas crater is a natural gas field that collapsed into a cavern located in Derweze. The total area of the Gas Crater is 5,350-meter square. Additionally, it measures 69 m (226 ft ) in diameter and 30 m (98 ft) in depth.

Unbelievable place, Darvaza Gas Crater
The Door to Hell
source: Amazing World

Geologists deliberately set it on fire to avoid the spread of methane gas, and it is believed to have been continuously burning since 1971. Particularly, Geologists planned to burn off the gas as a health measure and thus avoid the leakage of toxic gas. Well, they burnt it thinking it will get off by another day, but it is still burning. The Turkmen Government hopes the crater will become a popular attraction for tourists. The surrounding area is also very popular for camping in the wild desert.

Spider Webs Cocooned in Trees, Pakistan

Won’t you be surprised if you see a whole tree cocooned by a bunch of spiders? In 2010 heavy monsoon flooded one-fifth of Pakistan’s total land area. Consequently, millions of spiders sought refuge in the trees, especially those lining the farms and rivers in Sindh village. Because the water was slow to recede, these arachnids established their homes in the trees and in the process managed to enrobe them entirely with their silky webs.

Unbelievable Cocooned Trees in Pakistan
Cocooned Spider Webs In Pakistan
Source: All That’s Interesting

This phenomenon was considered unreal, but National Geography proved it to be right. Hundreds of tiny spiders will fall on your head if you go under any of those trees. As unpleasant as that sounds, these arachnids have proven worthwhile by trapping mosquitoes in their webs and eating them before they can pester the people living near the stagnant waters.

Stunning and Unbelievable Barun Valley in Nepal

When you’re in Barun Valley, on the one hand, you’ll see vast green meadows covered with flowers in a myriad of colors, and on the other hand, you’ll see massive snow-dusted mountain peaks with numerous waterfalls. This is one of the surprising, breathtaking yet undiscovered by tourists.

Unbelivable Barun Valley
Barun Valley, Nepal
Source: Flickr

The place is so amazing that it will make you feel as if you are in paradise! Even in Tibetan Buddhist philosophy, Barun Valley has importance. Additionally. it is a National Park that includes a diverse array of wildlife. The area around the incredible alley has no human dwelling and is only visited by the few trekkers on the Makalu base camp route.

The cleanest river of Asia, Enchanted River of Phillippines

The Enchanted River, now one of the cleanest in the Philippines, is popularly known as the Enchanted River. The natural bluish pool is 50-80 m deep, flowing directly into the Pacific Ocean. Some people say pictures of this location are photoshopped, but this is the beauty of the Enchanted River; it’s clear to the point that it’s unbelievable.

Unbelievable Enchanted River
Hinatuan Enchanted River
Source: Pinterest

The name was originated by the locals and this river is connected to fairies and elves. Time and again, they keep seeing a lot of fishes which they were never able to catch.

Unbelievable Glowing Beach in the Maldives

Due to the spectacular bluish-white glow sparkling along the shores, the beaches of Vaadhoo in the Maldives resemble a sea of stars at night. This shimmering of a shore appears to mimic the star-studded sky at night, and when one sees this phenomenon, one will certainly be lost in enchantment and magic.

Unbelievable glowing beach, maldives
Glowing Beach
Source: Kuoni

This mesmerizing shimmer comes from the luminescent plankton found near shore in waters. This species of phytoplankton are recognized above all for its bioluminescence. The dinoflagellates are the primary species that line the Maldivian shore. Cell membranes of these organisms respond to electrical signals that make them glow. Well, to witness this unbelievable scene, one must visit the Maldives.

Jaipur, India

This pink town founded during the 18th century by a royal Indian family is one of the brightest gems in the world, especially in Aisa content. It’s vibrant, noisy, and full of scents, with the chaotic bustle that identifies Indian cities.

 Jaipur
Pink City Jaipur
Source: Honestly

This commotion contrasts with the peaceful quietness that can be found in the royal complexes, which consist mostly of museums, and which are masterpieces of architecture.

Bokeo Nature Reserve, Laos

This nature reserve, located in Laos’ Bokeo province, was established to preserve the Black-cheeked gibbon. You can use the Gibbon Experience to view the gibbons or experience the beauty of the forest. Further, one can also enter the Waterfall Gibbon Tour, which involves three hours of trekking along the Nam Nga River.

 Bokeo
Bokeo Nature Reserve
Source: Living Nomad

Bokeo Nature river is one of the breathtaking places one should visit in a lifetime.

Unbelievable Komodo Island in Indonesia

Well, Indonesia is a country of wonders in the Asia continent. Besides Bali, Komodo is also a place where more than 4000 dragons called it home once. Also, there are reptiles that are preserved by UNESCO itself.

 Komodo Island
Unbelievable Komodo Island, Indonesia

Komodo Island is a nice short break from the busier islands of Indonesia offering stunning scenery and some great opportunities for hiking. Take a day trip to Padar Island where you can go hiking to Padar Lookout for views of the National Park as a whole. The island is also perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving, with some 250 coral species off its coast.

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