The Mahabodhi Pagoda within the city walls of old Bagan is a monument in a style that is unique to Bagan
Golden Triangle

The Golden Triangle is where Thailand, Burma and Laos meet separated by the Mekong river.
Kikuchi Onsen

Known as a special retreat of Kumamoto, Kikuchi-onsen is a relatively new hot spring found in 1954.
Shuri Castle

he castle was originally founded somewhere in the 13-14th centuries. It was modified and expanded several times coming into its height of power during as a palace
Kokonoe Yume Bridge

The bridge seems to float over the forested valley below, constructed at an impressive 777 meters off the ground.
Komodo National Park

The strong tidal currents that flow through the Sape straits also carry rich nutrients back and forth between the Pacific and Indian Oceans.
Dau Tieng Lake

Dau Tieng Lake is a borderless body of water built by Tay Ninh people. With a total area of 27,000 ha and a total volume of 1.5 billion m3
Senso-Ji Temple

Senso-Ji Temple is one the most revered of all Buddhist shrines in Tokyo, located within an expansive temple complex in Asakusa – the central region of Tokyo’s downtown.
Tsunami museum

The International Tsunami Museum is a well thought-out informative place to learn all about tsunamis in general
Perfume river

Perfume River is an iconic attraction in Hue with idyllic scenery, small wooden boats and a beautiful bridge crossing.

Ranked as one of China’s most-liveable cities, Chengdu – the capital of Sichuan Province – is a great starting point from which to explore Sichuan.

The giant panda is native to central-western and south-western China and is one of the most instantly recognizable creatures in the world.

Kek Lok Si temple is arguably a tourist destination in Penang.