The Kumbalgarh Fort is one of the largest forts in India with a perimeter wall which is 36 kms long. Surrounded by 13 mountain peaks, guarded by seven gates and ramparts and watchtowers, this fortress has witnessed many battles. The Ranakpur Temples, are one of the most significant Jain sites in India, three storeys high, in marble, with 27 halls and domes supported by over a thousand pillars. Between the two is a wildlife sanctuary, home to leopard, deer, rarely sighted Indian wolves and many bird species. There is a wonderful five hour walk through this reserve, starting at Kumbalgarh and ending at Ranakpur.
Home to 7 to 10 ethnic groups, the Kayah State (formerly Karenni State) has rugged mountains, river streams, lakes and waterfalls. Inhabited primarily by the Karenni ethnic group, also known as Red Karen or Kayah, a Sino-Tibetan people, these areas offer wonderful experiences for tourists and they will find a warm welcome, diverse arts and cultures, distinctive rustic cuisine, and an easy going pace of life in a charming destination.
Son Doong Cave is the World's largest cave. Located in the heart of the Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park in the Quang Binh province of Central Vietnam, it was recently explored in 2009 by the British Cave Research Association, and now open to the public since 2013. The name "Son Doong" cave means "mountain river cave", It was created 2-5 million years ago by river water eroding away the limestone underneath the mountain Where the limestone was weak, the ceiling collapsed creating huge skylights.