Flora & Fauna

The beautiful, unique, fascinating and frightening are on display in Southeast Asia.  The largest flower in the world blooms in Malaysia while tigers roam the temples of Thailand; elephants teach travelers in Laos while orangutans and gibbons swing from the trees in Indonesia; tiny tarsiers stare at us in wonder in the Philippines while dragons rule the island of Komodo; vibrant birds glide through the sky a mirror to the palette found on the jungle floors.  Southeast Asia’s natural beauty is staggering.

  • 21 Jul 2017 | by ASEAN Tourism Spend Two Weeks Wandering Through this Borneo Island Itinerary

    The massive island of Borneo includes territory from three different countries, splitting the territory's natural wonders between Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei. Located far from the first two's capital cities, Borneo feels majorly off the beaten path – which isn't a bad thing, considering the adventures you can carve out of a few weeks' stay here.

  • 27 May 2016 | by ASEAN Tourism Southeast Asia's Top Animal Encounters in the Wild

    Animal encounters? Zoos are all well and good (Singapore has some of the world's best)...

  • 18 Jan 2016 | by ASEAN Tourism Southeast Asia's Most Dazzling Gardens

    The climate in Southeast Asia has gifted the region with an abundance of greenery and bright, tropical flowers, the best of which can be enjoyed in its botanical gardens...

  • 25 Dec 2015 | by ASEAN Tourism Southeast Asia's Wildlife and Where to Find It

    Within its mangrove forests, tropical jungles and plains, Southeast Asia cradles an almost unimaginable diversity of wildlife...

  • 28 Oct 2013 | by Bernie Rosenbloom Felines Fighting for Survival

    Endangered tigers, leopards, and other wild cats still roam the remote forests and...

  • 26 Aug 2013 | by ASEAN Tourism Nine Vegetarians Worth Saving in Southeast Asia

    If you are a traveller who enjoys nature & wildlife, make it a point to visit ASEAN’s national...

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