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Welcome to my website – www.megaworldasia.com – the purpose of which is to provide helpful information on non-mainstream, or adventure type travel, in the South East Asian Region.

Background: Since 2012, when I first started this website, I’ve logged a lot of km around South East Asia; including multiple trips to Cambodia, Laos, Indonesia, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam. During that time, I’ve explored dozens of caves, hiked up volcanoes, trekked to some amazing waterfalls, and visited a number of remote historical temple sites.

Adventure travel information: The content of the website is primarily directed at independent travelers, seeking adventure and sightseeing experiences in non-mainstream tourist areas in the South East Asian Region. To keep you informed and up-to-date I do my best to provide accurate, in-depth and current information, bolstered by professional quality photographs and, more recently, YouTube Videos.

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Suitable for use with mobile phones and tablets, Megaworld Asia’s Interactive Travel Guides provide the necessary links, and in-depth info, to enable you to plan your trip with ease.

The INTERACTIVE TRAVEL GUIDES include HYPER-LINKS for:

  • Google maps
  • Agoda Direct Booking
  • Travel options using 12GOASIA
  • Primary sightseeing attractions
  • Routes and distances from central points to sightseeing attractions
  • Great value for money accommodation options (mid-range and budget)
  • Recommended tour operators
  • Recommended motorbike rental outlets
  • Recommended restaurants/eateries
  • YouTube highlights videos

To make the most of your valuable sightseeing time, download the interactive PDF and use it as your DIGITAL TRAVEL GUIDE to plan your outings in the location you plan to visit.

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Discover Thailand

The land of Smiles

Thailand is a world-renowned tourist destination primarily known for it’s glittering Buddhist Temples, the golden sand of its beach resorts and the vibrancy of its night life. It’s also a fantastic location to get off the beaten track and explore some of the best national parks in the South East Asia. Go for a boat ride and caving tour, through the jagged karst landscapes of Khao Sok National Park. Go on a safari and get a close-up look at herds of wild elephants, at Kui Buri National Park. Trek through the rain forests of Umphang District, and camp overnight near Thailand’s largest waterfall.  

Discover Laos

The Last Frontier

With its relatively small population, Laos is low on development and big on pristine wilderness areas. For the adventurous traveler, looking to get off the beaten track and experience some of the best, uncrowded natural landscapes in South East Asia, Laos is the place to head for.  Hire a motorbike and do the amazing Thakhek Loop Trip, a 442 km circuit which takes in dramatic, karst landscapes and a splendid array of caves. Do the boat tour through the renowned Kong Lor River Cave, a 7.5 km natural tunnel and a highlight of the Thakhek Loop Trip. Do a kayak tour along the Mekong River, at the Four Thousand Islands, and see an amazing volume of water spill down the world’s widest waterfall.  

Discover Cambodia

The Land of the Khmers

The Khmer Empire lasted approximately six hundred years (AD 802 – 1431) and at its peak covered a large area of the South East Asian (Indochina) land mass. The historical evidence of the Khmer Empires vast spread can still be seen today by way of the temples and structures remaining in Cambodia, Laos, and Thailand. Some of the more interesting temples are the lesser known sites, found in locations off the beaten track of mainstream tourist destinations. After being amazed by the size and beauty of the Angkor Wat Temple, take an Indiana Jones type trip out into the provinces to explore jungle enshrouded, one-thousand-year-old ruins.

Discover Myanmar

The Land of Buddhist Temples

Myanmar is a destination which in many respects is still an off the beaten track travel experience. While the numbers of tourists arriving is gathering pace, it still has a much less commercialized feel to it than neighboring countries such as Thailand and Cambodia. Explore the prolific spread of ancient Buddhist temples and pagodas in Bagan, and watch the sunset over the Irrawaddy River. Travel to the remote town of Monywa to see the world’s tallest standing Buddha, or check out a pagoda with five hundred thousand Buddha images.

Discover Vietman

The Land of Caves, Mountains and Waterfalls

Vietnam is an exotic land of diverse landscapes. From the cold, mountainous terrain in the north to the steamy jungle enshrouded deltas in the south, it has the most varied topography in all of South East Asia. For the truly adventurous, do a multi-day trek through jungle enshrouded, karst mountains and explore some of the world’s largest caves in Phong-Nga. For those who like waterfalls, travel to Cao Bang Province and be amazed by the beauty of the world’s fourth largest, cross border falls. For those who enjoy hiking, do the three-day trek to the top of Mount Fansipan; Indochina’s highest mountain.  

Mega World Asia Interactive Adventure Travel Guide Mobile

Discover Thailand

The land of Smiles

Thailand is a world-renowned tourist destination primarily known for it’s glittering Buddhist Temples, the golden sand of its beach resorts and the vibrancy of its night life. It’s also a fantastic location to get off the beaten track and explore some of the best national parks in the South East Asia. Go for a boat ride and caving tour, through the jagged karst landscapes of Khao Sok National Park. Go on a safari and get a close-up look at herds of wild elephants, at Kui Buri National Park. Trek through the rain forests of Umphang District, and camp overnight near Thailand’s largest waterfall.

Mega World Asia Laos Waterfall Tour Mobile

Discover Laos

The Last Frontier

With its relatively small population, Laos is low on development and big on pristine wilderness areas. For the adventurous traveler, looking to get off the beaten track and experience some of the best, uncrowded natural landscapes in South East Asia, Laos is the place to head for.  Hire a motorbike and do the amazing Thakhek Loop Trip, a 442 km circuit which takes in dramatic, karst landscapes and a splendid array of caves. Do the boat tour through the renowned Kong Lor River Cave, a 7.5 km natural tunnel and a highlight of the Thakhek Loop Trip. Do a kayak tour along the Mekong River, at the Four Thousand Islands, and see an amazing volume of water spill down the world’s widest waterfall.

Mega World Asia Cambodia Tour Guide Mobile

Discover Cambodia

The Land of the Khmers

The Khmer Empire lasted approximately six hundred years (AD 802 – 1431) and at its peak covered a large area of the South East Asian (Indochina) land mass. The historical evidence of the Khmer Empires vast spread can still be seen today by way of the temples and structures remaining in Cambodia, Laos, and Thailand. Some of the more interesting temples are the lesser known sites, found in locations off the beaten track of mainstream tourist destinations. After being amazed by the size and beauty of the Angkor Wat Temple, take an Indiana Jones type trip out into the provinces to explore jungle enshrouded, one-thousand-year-old ruins.

Mega World Asia Myanmar Tour Guide Mobile

Discover Myanmar

The Land of Buddhist Temples

Myanmar is a destination which in many respects is still an off the beaten track travel experience. While the numbers of tourists arriving is gathering pace, it still has a much less commercialized feel to it than neighboring countries such as Thailand and Cambodia. Explore the prolific spread of ancient Buddhist temples and pagodas in Bagan, and watch the sunset over the Irrawaddy River. Travel to the remote town of Monywa to see the world’s tallest standing Buddha, or check out a pagoda with five hundred thousand Buddha images.

Mega World Asia Vietnam Tours Mobile

Discover Vietman

The Land of Caves, Mountains and Waterfalls

Vietnam is an exotic land of diverse landscapes. From the cold, mountainous terrain in the north to the steamy jungle enshrouded deltas in the south, it has the most varied topography in all of South East Asia. For the truly adventurous, do a multi-day trek through jungle enshrouded, karst mountains and explore some of the world’s largest caves in Phong-Nga. For those who like waterfalls, travel to Cao Bang Province and be amazed by the beauty of the world’s fourth largest, cross border falls. For those who enjoy hiking, do the three-day trek to the top of Mount Fansipan; Indochina’s highest mountain.