Nature-Based Tourism

Australia’s Sustainable Tourism Cooperative Research Centre (STCRC) defines nature-based tourism as any tourism that relies on experiences directly related to natural attractions. This includes ecotourism, adventure tourism, extractive tourism, wildlife tourism, and nature retreats.

Brunei Darussalam

  1. Ulu Temburong National Park
  2. Selirong Island
  3. Tasek Merimbun



  1. Koh Phdao CBT in Kratie Province
  2. O’Russey Kandal CBT in Stung Treng Province
  3. Tmatboey CBT in Preah Vihear Province
  4. Cambodia Bay



  1. Batur Caldera (Aspiring Geopark)
  2. Rinjani National Park
  3. Komodo National Park



  1. Khon Phapheng Waterfall
  2. Kong Lo Cave
  3. Kuang Si Waterfall



  1. Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre Sabah
  2. Royal Belum State Rainforest Resort, Perak
  3. Taman Negara Pahang



  1. Inlay Lake, Southern Shan State
  2. Mount Popa, Mandalay Region
  3. Pyin Oo Lwin, Mandalay



  1. Pamilacan Island Whale and Dolphin Watching (Pamilacan, Bohol)
  2. Ifugao Rice Terraces Trekking, Banave, Ifugao
  3. Siargao Island Journey to Adventure Tours (Siargao Island, Surigao del Norte)



  1. Gardens by the Bay 
  2. Wildlife Reserves Singapore
  3. Pulau Ubin



  1. Khao Yai National Park
  2. Mu Koh Surin National Park, Phang Nga Province
  3. Doi Inthanon National Park, Chiang Mai Province


Viet Nam

  1. Ha Long Bay
  2. Nha Trang Bay
  3. Phu Quoc Island

























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  • 07 Dec 2017 | by ASEAN Tourism Following Southeast Asia's Banana Pancake Trail

    Since the 70s, Western thrill seekers, meaning-of-life searchers, gap year trippers and day-trippers have plunged down a trail that winds through Southeast Asia's bustling cities, tribal villages and twisted jungle paths

  • 02 Nov 2017 | by ASEAN Tourism Flying Drones in Southeast Asia: Tips for First-Time Flyers

    There’s a real buzz when it comes to documenting that around-the-world trip or gap year, and most likely, that droning noise comes from, well, a drone.

  • 24 Oct 2017 | by ASEAN Tourism A Four-Country, Kid-Friendly Itinerary Through Southeast Asia

    Southeast Asia can – and should – be a family affair. Don't let its scruffy, backpacker-friendly reputation fool you: kids are welcome all over Southeast Asia, with adventures of all kinds ready and waiting.

  • 19 Oct 2017 | by ASEAN Tourism Chasing Nature through Northern Borneo

    The tiny nation of Brunei and the massive Malaysian state of Sabah share the northern part of Borneo Island that extends into the Sulu Sea. But even this small slice of Borneo reveals the island's natural beauty in close to its full splendor.

  • 03 Oct 2017 | by ASEAN Tourism Mike Clegg Shows You Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand in Three Weeks

    Mike Clegg, a traveling photographer, joins us for a guest post that recaps a three-week itinerary he's blazed himself.

  • 29 Sep 2017 | by ASEAN Tourism Where to Start your Gap Year: Three Southeast Asia Top Picks

    For all of Southeast Asia's popularity with gap year travelers, the average gap year itinerary can be a mystery, requiring an expert's opinion to unravel.

  • 22 Sep 2017 | by ASEAN Tourism Global Gaz Explains Long-Term Travel in Southeast Asia

    Spend a few jaw-clenching winters in Chicago in the U.S., and you'd be taking the first flight to Bangkok, too. That's what Ric Gazarian did: “I had a couple of friends in Chicago who were spending the winters in Miami,” he told me. “I said to myself, why are my friends so smart and why am I so dumb? I shouldn't be here!”

  • 18 Sep 2017 | by ASEAN Tourism Long-Term Travel in Southeast Asia: Four Factors to Consider

    Work, retirement, or an extended sabbatical: many travelers take advantage of these opportunities for an extended, months-long stay in Southeast Asia.

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12 - 16 January 2020
Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei

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