Son Doong and Sung Sot Cave are ranked as 2 of the 10 biggest caves in Southeast Asia The biggest caves in Southeast Asia

1.Sung Sot Cave, Halong Bay, Vietnam

Sung Sot Cave (or Surprise Cave) is always known as one of the most stunning caves in Halong Bay. Heading to Bo Hon Island and taking a trip exploring Sung Sot Cave, the amazingly pristine beauty of the cave would make you surprised. The nature just has been doing its great job carving the cave flawlessly from gorgeous walls varying in shapes to the breathtaking view created by numerous small mountains stretching continuously.

The biggest caves in Southeast Asia

2.Son Doong Cave, Quang Binh Province, Vietnam

If you are a Vietnamese, then definitely you “have to” give this stunning natural wonder a trip. Son Doong Cave in Vietnam is the biggest and longest cave passage cross-section in the world! Coming to the cave, a picturesque scene of beautiful gargantuan stalagmites, numerous impressive stalactites and the large subterranean river flowing inside the cave would appear overwhelming you for a second. If you are a trekking or hiking lover then book an expedition tour to this magnificent cave.

The biggest caves in Southeast Asia

3.Phraya Nakhon Cave, Hua Hin, Thailand

Being part of the Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park in Thailand, Phraya Nakhon Cave was discover 200 years ago. The atmosphere is mysteriously silent with numerous green trees growing inside the cave and the rooftop hole where the sunlight can penetrate into it.

The biggest caves in Southeast Asia

4.Phnom Chhnork Cave, Kampot, Cambodia

Coming to Kampot, after passing through its appealing lush rice fields, tourists could find the Phnom Chhnork Cave. This is known as one of the most magnificent caves in Cambodia that you would never regret visiting. At the end of the 203-step staircase you could observe the whole pristine beauty of the cave with its stunning brick temple having an astonishing stalactite elephant-like shape which was built in the 7th century.

The biggest caves in Southeast Asia

5.Goa Jomblang, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

This natural fascinating cave was carved amazingly by geographical process thousands years ago. If you are patient enough to explore till the end of the cave, it would surprise you with a spectacular picture of a stunning “royal-gardern” full of flora like mosses and ferns.

The biggest caves in Southeast Asia

6.Tham Phu Kham, Vang Vieng, Laos

Tham Phu Kham is famous for its gorgeous lagoon with the crystal clear water and the turquoise shade of blue bringing an amazing scene to the cave. One more interesting thing about Tham Phu Kham that you should not miss is its bronze Thai Buddha sculpture.

The biggest caves in Southeast Asia

7.Batu Caves, Selangor, Malaysia

Located inside a limestone mountain with the altitude of about 100m, Batu Cave has 3 main caves and numerous magnificent smaller caves. The main thing attracting tourists coming to Batu Cave is its numerous beautiful Hindu temples and shrines. Moreover, it has the biggest sculpture of Murugan in the world.

The biggest caves in Southeast Asia

8.Sarawak Chamber, Gunung Mulu National Park, Malaysia

The underground enormous hollow is one of the best thing you can find in Sarawak Chamber. It is listed as the most stunning natural wonder in Southeast Asia that you should not miss when coming to Malaysia. The journey discovering the impressive beauty of Sarawak is definitely for those who love adventure and hiking.

The biggest caves in Southeast Asia

9.Pindaya Caves, Pindaya, Myanmar

The cave is the right place for Buddhists. Pindaya Cave is famous for its numerous splendid limestone caverns and more than 8000 sculptures of Buddha that could make you overwhelmed by its stunning beauty.

The biggest caves in Southeast Asia

10.Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park, Palawan, Philippines

This is considered as a paradise for those who love the breathtaking beauty created by nature. Coming to Puerto Princesa Subterranean River, tourists could have a chance to observe the harmonious beauty made by massive limestone karst landscapes and various gorgeous waterfalls. The river also has its own biodiversity with a lot of different rare species of animals and plants.

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