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INDO-MALAYAN
Tropical & Subtropical Moist Broadleaf Forest
(Asian Rainforest)

The tropical rainforest of Asia is the second most diverse in the world, but it is being cleared rapidly...

Distribution

Rainforest is the dominating natural vegetation type in much of tropical Asia, especially before humans began to develop the region. It ranges over a huge area; from Bali, then west through Java, Sumatra, north into Borneo, peninsula Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines and up into southern China, then west into India and Sri Lanka. Within that large zone it obviously varies in plant and animal composition, particularly with many of the spots being separated by ocean in our current interglacial.

Additionally, within that moist forest, there is variation in altitude which results in many vegetation communities, from steamy lowland jungle on the coast, to stunted cloud forest in the mountains.

A small clearer tannin-stained black water creek meets a larger murkier brown water river in Indonesian Borneo. 

(Jahoo, Cambodia)

Large woody vines known as lianas, are common in the rainforest.

Kingdom Fungi

(Nature Lodge, Cambodia)
(Kithugala, Sri Lanka)

Lichen

A lichen as a composite organism; that is, it is two types of life forms living symbiotically to appear as one. It is either an algae or cyanobacteria, living in amongst the filaments of a fungi.

Lichen on bamboo, (Jahoo, Cambodia)

For the page on plants of the Asian tropical rainforest

Nepenthes Pitcher Plant (image by Damon Ramsey)the infamous Nepenthes carnivorous Pitcher Plants of tropical Asia

For the page on the invertebrates of the Asian tropical rainforest

For the page on the arachnids of the Asian tropical rainforest

For the page on the insects of the Asian tropical rainforest

Insect in the Philippines (image by Damon Ramsey)(Subic Bay, Philippines)

For the page on moths & butterflies of the Asian tropical rainforest

For the page on the frogs of the Asian tropical rainforest

(Jahoo, Cambodia)

For the page on the reptiles of the tropical Asian rainforest

For the page on the pheasants, pigeons, frogmouths, eagles and owls of the Asian tropical rainforest

For the page on the hornbills, bee-eaters, kingfishers, barbets, woodpeckers, broadbills, parrots and pittas of the tropical Asian rainforest

For the page on 
passerine songbirds birds of the Asian tropical rainforest 

For the page on the bulbuls of the Asian tropical rainforest

Black Bulbul (image by Damon Ramsey)(Nature Lodge, Cambodia)

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babblers & relatives of the Asian tropical rainforest 

(Bar-throated Siva)

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flowerpeckers & sunbirds of the Asian tropical rainforest

For the page on the mammals of the Asian tropical rainforest

For the page on the primates of the Asian tropical rainforest

For the page on the rodents of the tropical Asian rainforest

(Kelani, Sri Lanka)

Places to experience the Asian tropical rainforest

There are so many lodges and nationals parks s to see Asian tropical rainforest.

In Bhutan, there is:  Jigme Dorji National Park, and Lampelri Gardens.

In Cambodia there is: Angkor WatKeo-Seima ReserveNature Lodge at Senmonorom.

In Indonesia there is: Bali Barat National ParkBukit Lawang & Gunung Leuser National Park, in Sumatra, Krakatoa, and Tanjung Puting National Park,Kalimantan in Borneo.

In Malaysia there is: Taman Negara National Park. In Malaysian Borneo there is: Bako National ParkKinabalu National Park HQMesilauPoring Hot Springs, and Sepilok.

In the Philippines, there is: Subic BayNuts Huts, which is on the island on Bohol, 

In Singapore, there is: Singapore Zoo.

In Sri Lanka, there is: Horton Plains for some highland rainforest of Sri Lanka, Kelani Forest ReserveKithugala, and Sinharaja Reserve.

In Thailand there is: Baan Maka Nature Lodge and Samarn Bird Camp which are near Kaeng Krachan National Park and Pala-U Waterfall, Thailand. There is also: Doi Inthanon National ParkOur Jungle House, great accommodation near Khao Sok National Park, There is also: Khao Yai National Park.

Updates
Throughout the virus I am working in Australia on and off as local borders close, mostly in the Kimberley with Coral Expeditions (May-September). If you can't go travelling until everything settles down, then until then, here I am doing online guided walks for Noble Caledonia and online lectures for Silversea.