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Tiger’s Nest in BhutanAlso known as Taktsang, the Tiger’s nest is one of the most sacred places built at an altitude of about 3000 feet above the Paro Valley. According to the legend, 1,300 years ago, Guru Rinpoche rode tigers, chased monsters and let Bhutanese follow Buddhism. Visiting this place, tourists will be amazed by not only its unique geographic location but also the mysterious stories about this monastery. The monastery consists of three main temples. The lowest temple is the former Guru Rimpoche’s meditation retreat housing statues of Guru Dorji Drolo and Puhjrpai Kylikhor. The central temple is called Guru Sungjoen and the highest temple has many wall paintings about Guru and other sacred fugues.
The Tiger Nest in Bhutan
Siem Reap, CambodiaSiem Reap is the capital of Siem Reap province in Cambodia. The most famous tourist attractions here are Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom. Other popular spots are Tonle Sap (the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia), Kampong Kdei (the oldest bridge in Southeast Asia made of beehive with unique architecture – about 50 kilometers from the ancient capital of Siem Reap, Kulen mountain and Linga river (considered as the holy sites of Cambodian) and Preah Vihear (situated between the border with Thailand).
Angkor Wat in Siem Reap
Bokeo Nature Reserve, LaosLocated in Bokeo Province, Laos, Bokeo Nature Reserve was established to preserve the black-cheeked gibbon. This forest is a rare biodiversity with animals such as tigers, bears, elephants, gibbons, buffalos and other birds and insects. Taking part in the Gibbon Experience journey, tourists can see gibbons and have fun with beautiful jungle and take a three-hour trip along the Nam Nga River. The forest guards patrol every day to prevent deforestation and illegal hunting. A part of the Bokeo Nature Reserve is planned for people to use for farming and the rest is for ecotourism.
Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaThe Kuala Lumpur Capital is a very attractive destination for tourists. The architecture of this city brings both traditional and modern features. Tourists can easily see the beauty of ancient houses interleaving with modern buildings. The most famous destinations here are ChinaTown, the Petronas Twin Tower, Buta Cave, and the Central Market.
Halong Bay VietnamBeing one of the World Heritage Sites, Halong Bay is a must-see destination on your Asian vacation packages. This place is home to over 3000 islands and 1600 fishermen living in floating villages. To enjoy fully the stunning landscape of Halong Bay, you should take a Halong Bay cruise overnight. There are a lot of interesting activities for you when traveling there such as kayaking, scuba diving, swimming, cave exploring, etc.
Taj Mahah Temple, IndiaBuilt in 1632 by Mogon Shah Jahan emperor, the temple is a mosque to commemorate his beloved wife. The work was completed in 1648 and considered the jewel of the Muslim community in India. The temple is surrounded by beautiful gardens that symbolize the true heaven on earth. The Taj Mahal temple was built of white marble and many precious gems from many parts of the world. Thus, the color of the temple changes at different times in a day. The architectural complex consists of five main sections: the main gate, the garden the mosque, the resort and the tomb covering an area of 304m wide and 580m long. Taj Mahal - the gift of love and the symbol of India was recognized by UNESCO as the World Cultural Heritage in 1983.
The Great Wall, China
The Great Wall of ChinaThe Great Wall was built by Qin Shi Huang from the 5th century BC until the 16th century to protect China from the attacks of nomadic tribes of the North and was recognized as a cultural heritage in 1987 by UNESCO. With the length of 21,196 kilometers, it is the longest wall in the world.
Shinjuku Gyoen National Park, JapanCovering an area of 58.3 hectares, Shinjuku Gyoen National Park is located in Tokyo. It was originally completed in 1772, but it was not until 1906 that the park was arranged as today. The park is home to over 20,000 trees including 1,700 different tropical and subtropical plant species.
Bali Island, Indonesia
The beauty of Bali IslandBali island is definitely a wonderful tropical paradise with blue water and white sandy beach. Coming here, tourists can visit caves, temples or take part in scuba diving. Thanks to the mild climate and gorgeous tourist destinations, Bali is sure to be a great retreat for those who love traveling.