Planning a holiday in the neighboring countries in Asia? Here are Top 5 Astonishing Places that are worth exploring:
Bali, just like Shangri-La, Elysium, Arcadia and Utopia are synonymous to "heaven". This island mesmerizes travelers with its landscapes, sandy shores that fades into turquoise waters and coastlines crowned with staggered pagodas.
You will be amazed at how the ordinary travelers just simply stay at the palatial oceanfront and indulge in luxurious spas treatments, traditional massage, local cuisine and sunbathing. Historians, on the other hand, will find delight on the island's various temples and adventurous ones will discover new paths up to an active volcano in Kintamani.
The best word to describe this city is "animated". With those bright lights and loud signs that beg you to pause and pay with those fancy stuff at the shops.
Staying in Tokyo is undoubtedly worthwhile. Everyone floods the green space during the cherry blossoms season. The museums and historical sites are breathtakingly beautiful and world-class.
Hongkong has vibrant, multifaceted culture and stunning cityscape which distinguishes it from its Chinese brethren Shanghai and Beijing. Visitors are astounded with its striking connection of opaque skyscrapers and lush landscapes.
There are sandy beaches and more fresh air than you could imagine. As a world-class metropolis, it boasts a number of urban diversions like culinary spots and museums.
South Koreans still hold true to their rich heritage. Gyeongbok Palace is the oldest and largest among the five Joseon Dynasty palaces located in Seoul. It's just minutes away from the downtown.
Bukchon Village is another popular place with its wooden, one-story homes sitting in high-pitched surrounding high-rises. Astonishingly, the past and present of Seoul do not clash, rather, they complement each other.
A city full of diversity and depicts power and sophistication. Locals are very patriotic and determined. They are proud of what they have achieved after its separation from Malaysia.
Little India, Chinatown, and the iconic Marina Bay Sands are among the popular tourist spots in this city. Not to mention the very popular Merlion in Esplanade. A friendly reminder, though. Don't bring chewing gum in Singapore, else, you'll get fined.