Underground places you won’t quite believe are real

Quell your wanderlust by scrolling through this gallery of the world’s most beautiful underground places.

Located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, these limestone caves house ornate Hindu temples.

Batu Caves

Located in Mallorca, Spain, the Dragon Caves are home to Lake Martel, one of the largest underground lakes in the world.

Cuevas del Drach

The main event in New Zealand’s Waipu Caves is its galaxy of glowworms.

Waipu Caves

A highlight of the historic salt mine in Wieliczka, Poland, the chapel features salt chandeliers, statues and an etching of  Leonardo da Vinci’s “Last Supper.”

Saint Kinga Chapel

This small cave in Reykjahlíð, Iceland, was made famous when Jon Snow and Ygritte visited in Season 3 of “Game of Thrones.”

Grjotagja Cave

Located in Hawaii Volcano National Park, Big Island, the Thurston Lava Tube is a product of an eruption from the Kīlauea Volcano that took place around 550 years ago.

Thurston Lava Tube

Travelers to Naples, Italy, can visit these underground paleo-Christian burial and worship sites.

Catacombs of San Gennaro

One of Mexico’s most famous Cenotes, or sinkholes, Ik-Kil Is located near the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza.

Ik-Kil Cenote

A 15-meter waterfall splashes down in this mossy, limestone cave near Kobarid, Slovenia.

Slap Kozjak

Located on Bon Hon Island in Halong bay, Vietnam, this expansive grotto is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Sung Sot Cave

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