Pictorial blogs on some of the interesting caves I have visited around Southeast Asia. On some blogs I have included photos taken over the years.
Although this blog was only born in 2011, I have now included older posts from my Multiply blog which closed in March 2013. This includes articles I have written. I am now also adding news relating to caves I have a particular interest in.
See my website on Caves of Malaysia.
sign in a cave in Laos
2 January 2017
Atlas of the Great Caves and the Karst of Southeast Asia. 2nd Edition.
The 2nd edition of the ATLAS OF THE GREAT CAVES AND THE KARST OF SOUTHEAST ASIA by Michael Laumanns and Liz Price was published Dec 2016.
It is volume 65 & 66 of the Berliner Höhlenkundliche Berichte (BHB) publications.
335 pages, hundreds of cave descriptions, cave surveys and maps; Berlin 2016.
The “Yellow Pages” of caving in SE Asia. Each country is presented in detail including topographic and karst occurrence maps as well as a description of the geological settings, the history of speleological exploration, a detailed list of the longest and deepest caves (incl. surveys), a list of useful addresses and an in–depth bibliography. Hundreds of cave surveys and cave descriptions. Some countries also have maps showing the administrative divisions and other relevant thematic maps. Vol. 65 covers: Introduction & Brunei–Malaysia (168 p.). Vol. 66 covers: Myanmar–Vietnam (167 p.). In English. With German and French abstracts.
It can be ordered direct from the publisher on the BHB page, under 2016.