Blessed with an immense array of natural beauty and warm tropical weather all year-round, Thailand is one of the best locations if you’re looking for great eco-tourism destinations! In fact, there’s so many of them in the country that it can be hard to make a choice, so here’re four you can’t miss out on!
The Cameron Highlands
Whether you’re specifically looking for a quiet countryside retreat or if you’re just relaxing in a 3-bedroom premier apartment in Johor such as the Somerset Medini Iskandar Puteri, be sure to book a trip to the Cameron Highlands if you’re in Malaysia. Here you’ll witness rolling green hillsides, pluck wild strawberries and sip tea to the calming sounds of rare songbirds.
Royal Belum State Park
Located within the Belum-Temengor rainforest complex, this park is home to a wide array of rare plants, birds and animals. In fact, it’s home to two of the most threatened species in the world – the Sumatran Rhino and the Malayan Tiger. Who knows, you might even catch a glimpse of these rare beasts when trekking through here.
Santubong and Buntal
If you love cruises and witnessing rare marine life, this is the destination for you. Here, you’ll find boat tours that take you through dense mangrove forests and onto spectacular lagoons. It is the perfect opportunity to spot pods of rare Irrawaddy dolphins as they swim, play and hunt!
If you’re more inclined to sit back and take it easy while being surrounded by the sights and sounds of nature, then you should head on over to Palau Perhentian. Here you’ll find pristine white sand beaches bordered by azure blue waters that contain vibrant coral reefs just under the surface.