TOP FIVE ECO-TOURISM ASIAN SITES

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TOP FIVE ECO-TOURISM ASIAN SITES

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THERE  are five best Eco-Tourism sites in the Asia-enjoyed by both backpackers and jet-setters, alike.

Originally dubbed as Sariska Tiger Reserve in 1894 to preserve the lovely Bengal tigers, the Rajasutan India Reservation  site can be visited atop camels -and aside from animals- can  also be viewed are many ruins, temples and enjoyable sulphuric spa springs. On the other hand, the Tamana Nagara in Malaysia is a premier 4,000 hectare site of forests and mountains-where water springs, rare mammals and jungle night safaris are popular.

Reminding one of  our ownAbatan River, is Mekong River,probably one of the world’s longest that traverses through the mountains of Laos to the heartlands of Cambodia and Thailand -whose river banks have different eco-tourism  attractions. Rare animals including a vanishing dolphin specie are a sight to behold. In Indonesia is the Wa Kumbas National Park where elephant safari tours are popular used for bird watching -finding rare elephants, tigers and rhinoceros.

Fortunately, one candidate from the Philippines has been named- Donsol in   the province of  Sorsogon-the so-called “White Shark Capital of the World” where aside from white sharks,manta rays are in abundance.

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The Philippines, with over 7,000 islands and being a paragon of biodiversity can still develop many untapped potential eco-tourism sites. If you have one in mind, write to your Tourism officials.

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