In the wettest place on Earth, the village of Mawsynram in Meghalaya, India are some of the most fascinating bridges you'll ever see. These "living bridges" are formed by locals who have trained the roots of rubber trees to grow into natural bridges. They are sturdy enough to far outlast man-made wooden structure bridges. Because of the relentless rain in Meghalaya's jungles, wooden structures would rot away. These root bridges are self-strengthening, becoming more sturdy ...
101 Most Beautiful Places To Visit Before You Die! (Part II)
I'm coming closer to the jungle. I can see it but I'm not there yet. I decide that I can get sleep later. I have a medicine kit from Maddie that will come in handy. As I'm walking I hear a noise and I quickly throw my knife. I don't hear it land, but I hear a deep thud second later. I silently run on. As I walk a rock slips, but I catch my balance before I tumble down the rest of the mountain. I make it to the bottom before sun up. That's when I rest. (More in comments)
Khao Sok National Park in south Thailand (near Phuket, Krabi, Khao Lak) boasts a spectacular landscape of limestone rock formations and ancient rainforest and can be best explored by boat or kayak or on foot (jungle treks). You can stay in tree houses and floating huts on a lake, or try glamping in luxury safari tents at Elephant Hills camp. (Black Dots White Spots travel blog)