6. Tham Phu Kham
Tham Phu Kham means the ‘Blue Lagoon’ and was given the name due to the blue waters that surround the cave. It is situated to the northwest of Vang Vieng, Laos, just to the northeast of the village of Ban Na Thong. It is extremely popular among the locals. Apart from a beautiful site, the cave contains several images of Buddha, making it all the more interesting for the visitors.
5.The Fairy Cave, Malaysia
The Fairy Cave is located in Kuching, Sarawak Borneo and is also known as Gua Kapor. Reaching the cave is no easy task as it is eight kilometers away from the small town of Bau, which used to be a famous gold mining town. You have to climb all the way up yourself and for this a walkway of concrete staircases has been built. However, it is all worth it as the surroundings are absolutely gorgeous with the greenery, pepper plantations and the small local village. Currently, little attention has been paid to the Fairy Cave but it is bound to become a popular visiting site in the years to come.
4. Reed Flute Cave
The Reed Flute Cave got its name from the type of reed that grew outside, in the surrounding areas of the cave, which happens to be in Guilin, Guangxi, China. The cave is said to be a hundred and eighty million years old and for the past twelve hundred years, it has been successfully attracting visitors from all over the world. However, for some time, it became lost to man and was rediscovered back in the 1940s. Inside the cave, there are numerous rock formations in various shapes and sizes, all of the natural limestone. To make the cave more attractive, multicolored lights have been placed inside the cave.