1 of 54 . Sunset in Bagan

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Sunset in Bagan

With an area of 104 km2, stretching over Bagan is about 13,000 temples, pagodas, stupas and towers that were built from 11th to the end of 13th century. ..Readmore

2 of 54 . Children in Bagan, Myanmar

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Children in Bagan, Myanmar

Although tourism has not really developed, many travelers love Bagan because of impartial, open-hearted indigenous residents and the space steeped in culture. ..Readmore

3 of 54 . Bagan's people, Myanmar

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Bagan's people, Myanmar

The typical weather in Bagan is hot and sunny. However, in January and February, it is cold a bit so travelers should bring along warm clothes to keep healthy. ..Readmore

4 of 54 . Bagan and austere beauties

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Bagan and austere beauties

Bagan is well-known as one of the most amazing sites in Myanmar (Burma). Formerly, this region was named Pagan and used to be the capital of the namesake kingdom, which had existed in the phase of 9th to 13th century AD. ..Readmore

5 of 54 . Hue Imperial Citadel of Vietnam

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Hue Imperial Citadel of Vietnam

Situated on the Northern bank of the Perfume River, with an area of 500 ha and a system of three circles of ramparts, namely from outside to inside: Kinh Thanh (Capital Citadel), Hoang Thanh (Royal Citadel) and Tu Cam Thanh (Forbidden Citadel). ..Readmore

6 of 54 . Gates of Hue Imperial Citaldel, Vietnam

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Gates of Hue Imperial Citaldel, Vietnam

The Citadel of Hue (Kinh thanh hue), is a large fortress built in the 17TH century (year 1805) mandated by Emperor Gia Long in the city of Hue in Central Vietnam. This huge and magnificent monument has been designed combining the concepts of Chinese geomancy (the best example is The forbidden city in Beijing) and the military principles of the French architect Sébastien de Vauban. The resulting final set are precious palaces, beautiful temples melted between walls, ramparts and moats, which coexist in total harmony. ..Readmore

7 of 54 . Dawn at Van Chai beach in Co To island, Vietnam

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Dawn at Van Chai beach in Co To island, Vietnam

Beaches in Co To Island are very clean and beautiful with white sands and blue water. Co To Island has two beautiful beaches: Van Chai and Hong Van. Van Chai and Hong Van are the two must-see beaches in Co To. Van Chai Beach is still unspoiled and tourists can relax and play in the big waves and stay overnight in small bungalows while Hong Van beach is always quiet with small waves. Therefore, it is said that Co To Island’s beaches are the perfect spot for beachgoers looking for somewhere relatively untouched. ..Readmore

8 of 54 . Cherry Blossom Season In Kyoto

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Cherry Blossom Season In Kyoto

Kyoto is the iconic tourist spot of Japan and its best season is spring in April. All over the city clouds of beautiful cherry blossoms bloom and draw visitors from every corner of Japan and the world; every evening the trees are lit and give a truly enchanting display. ..Readmore

9 of 54 . Fushimi Inari Shrine (Fushimi Inari Taisha) in Kyoto, Japan

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Fushimi Inari Shrine (Fushimi Inari Taisha) in Kyoto, Japan

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10 of 54 . Arashiyama Bamboo Grove in Kyoto, Japan

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Arashiyama Bamboo Grove in Kyoto, Japan

If you’ve been planning a trip to Kyoto, you’ve probably seen pictures of the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove – along with the torii tunnels of Fushimi-Inari-Taisha Shrine and Kinkaku-ji Temple, it’s one of the most photographed sights in the city. But no picture can capture the feeling of standing in the midst of this sprawling bamboo grove – the whole thing has a palpable sense of otherness that is quite unlike that of any normal forest we know of. ..Readmore

11 of 54 . Kayaking on Bai Tu Long bay, Vietnam

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Kayaking on Bai Tu Long bay, Vietnam

Bai Tu Long Bay is a long string of islands which was created when the entire limestone plateau sank below sea level. It lies up in the north of Vietnam, in Quang Ninh Province. Bai Tu Long Bay is just north of the beautiful Ha Long Bay region although it is much less touristy but nonetheless stunning. It is thus unpolluted and undeveloped and also comes with little tourism infrastructure, making getting about a bit tougher. ..Readmore

12 of 54 . Cai Rang floating market in Can Tho, Mekong Delta, Vietnam

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Cai Rang floating market in Can Tho, Mekong Delta, Vietnam

Can Tho is the political, economic, cultural and transportation centre of the Mekong Delta. It is also the largest city in the region which is connected to most other population centres in the Mekong Delta by a system of rivers and canals. These waterways and the colorful Cai Rang Floating Market draw interest of tourists coming to Vietnam. ..Readmore

13 of 54 . Co To lighthouse in Co To island, Halong bay, Vietnam

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Co To lighthouse in Co To island, Halong bay, Vietnam

Co To Island in Northern Vietnam near Halong Bay is a new emerging tourist destination. The island is still untouched with wonderful turquoise waters, white smooth sandy beaches and amazing landscapes and seascapes. The Quang Ninh province's tourism sector has surveyed potential to develop tourism on the island, especially eco-tourism. Co To Island includes 40 large and small islands, of which the three largest are large Co To, Thanh Lan and Tran. ..Readmore

14 of 54 . Monasteries in Bhutan

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Monasteries in Bhutan

Bhutan is traditionally known as Drukyul, the ‘land of the Drukpa Kagyu school’, a reference to the tradition of Tibetan Buddhism that has come to dominate Bhutanese spiritual life since the 17th century. However, since the word druk also means dragon, the country is often poetically known as the ‘land of the thunder dragon’ (an emblem portrayed on the national flag). The English name ‘Bhutan’ probably derives from the Sanskrit bhotanta, meaning ‘extremity of Tibet’; in Tibetan, the country is most frequently known as Lhomon, or Southern Mon – harking back to the seventh and eighth centuries when Bhutan was firmly entrenched within the orbit of Tibetan imperial power. ..Readmore

15 of 54 . Temples in Bhutan

16 of 54 . Monks in Bhutan

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Monks in Bhutan

The small Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan, wedged between the vast territories of Tibet to the north and India to the south, straddles an important continental divide, where the Buddhist culture of the temperate highlands encounters the predominantly Hindu and Nepalese culture of the subtropical Duars – the low-lying canyons through which south-flowing tributaries of the Brahmaputra emerge on to the Bengal and Assamese plains. ..Readmore

17 of 54 . Bhutan people

18 of 54 . Tiger Nest monastery in Bhutan

19 of 54 . Ura Bumthang city in Bhutan

20 of 54 . Cat Co beache in Cat Ba island, Vietnam

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Cat Co beache in Cat Ba island, Vietnam

Cat Ba has hundreds of large and small beaches, but Cat Co beach cluster (Cat Co 1, 2, 3) is where a lot of tourists coming to the most by the rich natural landscape. ..Readmore

21 of 54 . Sunset over Cat Ba

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Sunset over Cat Ba

Dragon-back mountain ranges mass on the horizon 20km out of Hai Phong as you approach Cat Ba Island. The island, the largest member of an archipelago sitting on the west of Ha Long Bay, boasts only one settlement of any size – Cat Ba Town, a fishing village now redefining itself as a tourist centre. The rest of the island is largely unspoilt and mostly inaccessible, with just a handful of paved roads across a landscape of enclosed valleys and shaggily forested limestone peaks, occasionally descending to lush coastal plains. ..Readmore

22 of 54 . Van Gia floating village on Lan Ha bay

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Van Gia floating village on Lan Ha bay

Van Gia – Cua Van is situated at Hung Thang Commune, Halong City, 20km away from the tourist boat wharf, the fishing village lies in a calm bay surrounded by mountain. Cua Van Village has a population of 733 in 176 households. They mainly earn their livelihood by fishing. ..Readmore

23 of 54 . Cat Ba National Park

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Cat Ba National Park

22 species listed in the Red Book of Vietnam and 6 species listed in the Red Book of the world are the unique feature of the Park. Of the animals listed in the Red Book of the world, white-headed langur is the endemic specie of the Cat Ba National Park. ..Readmore

24 of 54 . A monk in Angkor Wat temples, Cambodia

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A monk in Angkor Wat temples, Cambodia

Cambodia’s sleepy towns and cities are a delight, with their faded colonial architecture and old-fashioned charm, while in the countryside a host of memorable landscapes await, from the mighty Mekong River and great Tonle Sap lake to the remote forested highlands of Rattanakiri, Mondulkiri and the Cardamom Mountains. Down south, in complete contrast, the coast serves up a beguiling cocktail of party-lifestyle hedonism, idyllic beaches and magical islands. ..Readmore

25 of 54 . Farmers in Cambodia

26 of 54 . Buddha statue at Angkor Wat, Cam bodia

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Buddha statue at Angkor Wat, Cam bodia

Cambodia is a small country with a big history. Now a modest player on the world stage, this was once the seat of one of Asia’s most magnificent early civilizations, the mighty Khmer empire of Angkor, whose legendary temples continue to provide a touchstone of national identity – as well as attracting millions of visitors every year. Away from the temples, much of the country remains refreshingly untouristed and, in many places, largely unexplored. ..Readmore

27 of 54 . Buffalo racing in Cambodia

28 of 54 . Kim Bong village in Cam Kim island, Hoi An, Vietnam

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Kim Bong village in Cam Kim island, Hoi An, Vietnam

Cam Kim Island is a beautiful slice of rural life a short ferry ride from the centre of Hoi An. Not far from Hoi An's central market, packed wooden boats constantly shuttle people, bicycles, motorcycles and produce across the Thu Bon River between the old town and Cam Kim Island. It's a great place for an early morning or late afternoon cycle. ..Readmore

29 of 54 . Tourist in Ca Na beach, Ninh Thuan, Vietnam

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Tourist in Ca Na beach, Ninh Thuan, Vietnam

Given its proximity to the highway, CA NA is a more relaxing place than you would ever think. Hardly more than a wide spot in the road, this small town might even tempt you into staying overnight. Beyond the coracles parked along the beach the water is invitingly clear and snorkelling is a possibility, though you’d be wise to ask locals where to wade in as the coral here is razor sharp. If you crave a little more solitude, a spine of decent dunes back up another good stretch of sand 2km south; a fifteen-minute walk east of the resort area is Ca Na village itself, characterized by the blue fishing boats typical of coastal Vietnam. ..Readmore

30 of 54 . Elephant riding tours in Buon Ma Thuot, Daklak, Vietnam

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Elephant riding tours in Buon Ma Thuot, Daklak, Vietnam

Buon Ma Thuot may not be as well known as other places in Vietnam such as Hanoi, but it is worth seeing. It is the provincial capital of Dak Lak (or Dac Lac) Province and approximately 360 kilometres from Saigon, deep in the Central Highlands of the country. Despite being one of the biggest towns in the Central Highlands, Buon Ma Thuot is only visited by a few tourists because it is off the beaten track. However, this town can serve as a starting point for those who want to see the attractions in the area. ..Readmore

31 of 54 . Istana Nurul Iman

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Istana Nurul Iman

The Istana Nurul Iman palace is the official residence of the Sultan of Brunei, Hassanal Bolkiah, and the seat of the Brunei government.

32 of 54 . Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque

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Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque

Brunei is a tiny, tranquil enclave on the north coast of Borneo. The residents of this wealthy country have a quality of life like no other – thanks to its massive offshore oil and gas deposits, education and healthcare are free, and houses, cars and even pilgrimages to Mecca are subsidised. ..Readmore

33 of 54 . Kampong Ayer floating village in Brunei

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Kampong Ayer floating village in Brunei

Kampong Ayer, or the Water Village (Malay: Kampong Ayer) is an area of Brunei's capital city Bandar Seri Begawan that is situated over Brunei Bay. 39,000 people live in the Water Village. This represents roughly ten percent of the nation's total population. All of the Water Village buildings are constructed on stilts above the Brunei River.

34 of 54 . Jame'Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque

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Jame'Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque

Brunei combines natural beauty with a rich traditional heritage. Visit the Sultan's house - the largest palace in the world featuring a unique blend of contemporary and traditional Islamic architecture ..Readmore

35 of 54 . Sunset in Boracay's beach

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Sunset in Boracay's beach

When the sun goes down, Boracay’s rowdy nightlife kicks in, drawing crowds to nightly revelries at D’Mall at Station 2. Despite snowballing development, Boracay Island retains much of the charm that first brought foreign visitors over in the 1970s. ..Readmore

36 of 54 . Resort in Boracay

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Resort in Boracay

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37 of 54 . Boracay, Philippines

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Boracay, Philippines

Boracay Island is a popular tropical island in the Philippines and definately classifies as one of those places and most vote the island as the best tropical island getaway in the Phlippines. It ticks all the boxes, flat clear blue water with tropical fish and corals. Pure white sand (Boracay is famous for its white sand silky sand) and of course palm trees lining the beach, with a beautiful mountain range to the left. ..Readmore

38 of 54 . Boracay island

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Boracay island

Boracay is undoubtedly the most famous tropical island destination in the Philippines, famed for its sugary-soft, four kilometre-long, white beach. Aside from its beautiful beach, the island is surrounded by marine sanctuaries that offer untouched coral reef gardens and diverse sea life. The island is located just 2 kilometres from the island of Panay in the Western Visayas region. ..Readmore

39 of 54 . Boracay beach

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Boracay beach

Visitors to Boracay enjoy unlimited access to beaches of powdery white sand, crystal-clear water, and a multitude of entertainment options. During the peak season between March to June, the weather obliges Boracay with clear skies and unobstructed sunlight - perfect weather for soaking up the rays or enjoying some watersports.

40 of 54 . White Beach in Boracay

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White Beach in Boracay

Boracay is a ten square miles island right in the heart of the exotic Philippine archipelago, one hour flight away southerly of Manila. Travelers from around the world can enjoy Boracay´s magnificent White Beach, an excellent infrastructure, plenty of leisure activities and extensive shopping opportunities. A delicious dinner and the exciting nightlife ends the day.

41 of 54 . Ceramic products in Bat Trang pottery village

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Ceramic products in Bat Trang pottery village

Right from the beginning of village, we can encounter the flower vases, bowls, ceramic statues displayed littered, scattered along nooks and crannies throughout the village; also from crude products to expensive handicrafts... Bat Trang Ceramic Market is the gathering place of products of the ceramic villages. Market operates very bustling, especially on weekends. Every morning, thousands of young people in Hanoi and foreign visitors go along the Red River or on river cruise ship to the market. Guests are interested to watch and touch by hands to the net Bat Trang ceramics. ..Readmore

42 of 54 . Bat Trang ceramic village, Vietnam

43 of 54 . Bat Trang ceramic village, Vietnam

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Bat Trang ceramic village, Vietnam

Bat Trang, a small village in the north of Vietnam, is about 13 kilometers south east of Hanoi center, on the other side of Chuong Duong bridge. Why is its name popular to most tourists to northern Vietnam? The answer is its ever famous ceramic and pottery products of high quality. If you have known about Vietnam, you may not be surprised that Bat Trang’s vases, bowls, dishes, and many other kinds of ceramic products have been exported worldwide. Should you would like to contemplate workers making ceramic products by hand, just come here! What’s more, you can also try it yourself! ..Readmore

44 of 54 . Bangkok

45 of 54 . Temples in Bangkok

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Temples in Bangkok

Most budget travellers head for the Banglamphu district, where if you’re not careful you could end up watching DVDs all day long and selling your shoes when you run out of money. The district is far from having a monopoly on Bangkok accommodation, but it does have the advantage of being just a short walk from the major things to do in the Ratanakosin area: the dazzling ostentation of the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaeo, lively and grandiose Wat Pho and the National Museum’s hoard of exquisite works of art. Once those cultural essentials have been seen, you can choose from a whole bevy of lesser sights, including Wat Benjamabophit (the “Marble Temple”), especially at festival time, and Jim Thompson’s House, a small, personal museum of Thai design.

46 of 54 . Buddha statue in Bankok, Thailand

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Buddha statue in Bankok, Thailand

The headlong pace and flawed modernity of Bangkok match few people’s visions of the capital of exotic Siam. Spiked with scores of high-rise buildings of concrete and glass, it’s a vast flatness that holds an estimated population of eleven million, and feels even bigger. Yet under the shadow of the skyscrapers you’ll find a heady mix of chaos and refinement, of frenetic markets, snail’s-pace traffic jams and hushed golden temples, of dispiriting, zombie-like sex shows and early-morning alms-giving ceremonies. Plenty of visitors enjoy the challenge of taking on the “Big Mango”, but one way or another, the place is sure to get under your skin. ..Readmore

47 of 54 . Sunset in Bagan, Myanmar

48 of 54 . Bagan, Burma

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Bagan, Burma

Bagan is notable for its expanse of sacred geography, the number and size of their individual ancient monuments. The ruins of Bagan cover an area of 16 square miles. The majority of its buildings were built in the 11th to 13th centuries, during the time Bagan was the capital of the Myanmar dynasty. Bagan is also the first place to have transformed into a religious and cultural centre, by Shin Arahan who brought Theravada Buddhism to this land. Bagan is full of ancient architectural designs, mural paintings, precious frescoes and stone inscriptions to see for yourself, and also it is the centre for the manufacturing of lacquerware products in Myanmar.

49 of 54 . Bagan temples in Myanmar

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Bagan temples in Myanmar

The monuments seem to overwhelm the landscape. There are about 2,000 of them covering an area of 16 square miles on the eastern bank of the Ayeyarwady in central Myanmar. They are in different sizes and in a bewildering variety of shapes. They are also in varying stages of preservation and disrepair. Some of them throb with life, visited by devotees, a few have become little more than piles of bricks. ..Readmore

50 of 54 . Ba Vi National Park, Vietnam

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Ba Vi National Park, Vietnam

Ba Vi National Park, a formerly French hill station, the triple-peaked Ba Vi Mountain (Nui Ba Vi) has been attracting visitors for decades and remains a popular weekend escape from the Capital Hanoi. The limestone mountain is now part of the Ba Vi National Park, which has several rare and endangered plants in its protected forest, as well as mammals including two species of rare 'flying’ squirrel and bountiful bird life. ..Readmore

51 of 54 . Ba Be lake in Ba Be National Park, Vietnam

52 of 54 . Ba Be lake in Ba Be National Park, Vietnam

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Ba Be lake in Ba Be National Park, Vietnam

If you seek a place of cultural authenticity and natural tranquility, you need look no further. Ba Be is a tropical forest and natural fresh water lake in Northern Vietnam which can be truly inspirational. You will discover the natural jungle and karst scenery, explore the river, the lake and its caves. It is the home of many ethnic minorities enabling you to appreciate indigenous culture, including the local food and, if you're lucky the community vat of wine. It is a wonderful location for outdoor activites and it is a true antidote to the noise, heat, hustle and bustle of Ha Noi. You will not fail to come away with fantastic photos. Considered one of the most attractive destinations of the country Ba Be is a precious gift that Mother Nature has dedicated to Vietnam. ..Readmore

53 of 54 . Paradise at An Bang Beach

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Paradise at An Bang Beach

An Bang Beach is situated just a few kilometers east of Hoi An Old Town. For about a dollar you can hire a bicycle from a number of shops in Old Town and take the picturesque cycle through the rice paddy fields, past the wading buffalos, and out to the coast. ..Readmore

54 of 54 . An Bang beach, Vietnam

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An Bang beach, Vietnam

Beach and Vietnam go hand in hand. On a hot day in Hoi An there is nothing better than a swim. According to CNN Summer Travel, An Bang Beach in Hoi An is ranked as one of the top one hundred beaches in the world. Its white sand, warm rolling waves, views of Cham Islands and choice of beach restaurants make it the perfect place to while away the hours. ..Readmore