8 Wonderful Destinations In Southeast Asia

8 Wonderful Destinations In Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia is always a top destination among travelers.

The area attracts visitors due to the amazing destinations and the delicious cuisine as well. Furthermore, most countries in Southeast Asia are cheap and friendly.

However, if you do not have much time for traveling to all the wonderful destinations in Southeast Asia, this post will help you to find the best one for you. You can visit Halong Bay, Hoian, Hanoi in Vietnam, Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia and so on.


1) Angkor, Cambodia

When talking about Cambodia, you cannot miss Angkor Wat, which is a highlight of Cambodia. Angkor is a vestigial complex north of Cambodia that includes the enormous Angkor Wat temple, Bayon Temple, countless stone statues of people and Ta Prohm.

It’s an ancient Buddhist temple clinging to the roots of the great tree. Angkor was the capital of the Khmer from the 9th to 14th centuries with a culture that influenced many countries in Southeast Asia. Therefore, the place is highly rated by organizations, and travel magazines worldwide. 


2) Bali, Indonesia

Indonesia is known for its wonderful and stunning beaches, which you cannot miss when visiting there. Bali has the most famous beaches in Indonesia. Bali is not only famous for the diversity of marine life, colorful coral reefs, but also for the picturesque beauty of terraced fields and representation of the Hindu culture. Therefore, if you are visiting the wonderful destination for relaxing or enjoying stunning landscapes, Bali is the best destination for you. Furthermore, tourists can also visit Kuta Beach which is located near Bali Beach for wonderful activities as well.


3) Halong Bay, Vietnam

Vietnam is always the most friendly and best choice for tourists when visiting Southeast Asia. The country has a lot of amazing destinations for traveling; Halong Bay is one of them. The bay is located in the northeast of Vietnam. Halong Bay is famous for its fairytale scenery, made up of thousands of limestone islands of various shapes and sizes. Furthermore, if you have a chance to watch “Kong-Skull Island” , you will recognize that Halong Bay and Ninh Binh form the main scenes of the film. The best way to enjoy the bay is via a cruise tour. Therefore, you should book a cruise tour to travel around the bay and explore stunning caves. In addition, you can explore 4 fishing villages, where you can admire over 200 species of fish and 450 species of mollusks.


4) Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok is considered the shopping paradise of tourists. When visiting the place, you can visit floating markets, tropical fruits and vegetables, and snakes on floating restaurants. From a small trading mall in the 15th century, Bangkok became the capital of Thailand with more than 8 million people. Furthermore, the city attracts a lot of tourists visiting each day. You can visit snake farms or go shopping when visiting the city.


5) Bagan, Myanmar

Situated on the banks of the Ayeyarwady River, Bagan is home to the world’s largest temples, pagodas, and stupas. Marco Polo is known as visiting the “Golden City” with more than 13,000 temples built in the eleventh century. In particular, the Ananda Temple is glittering with golden light after thousands of years. In addition, you can enjoy hot balloon rides when visiting the city to admire the beauty of the whole landscape of Bagan.


6) Ifugao Terraces, Philippines

The spectacular beauty of the Ifugao terraces on Luzon Island has always attracted tourists and paparazzi from everywhere. From 2000 years ago, the Ifugao people planted terraced fields along the mountains, in which the village of Banaue is most famous for its fields. At present, Ifugao people still use traditional tools in their farming.


7) Borobudur, Indonesia

Located on Java Island and 40 km northwest of Yogyakarta, Borobudur is the largest and most famous temple in the world. The temple was built in the middle of the 8th and 9th centuries under the Sailendra dynasty with about 2 million stone tablets. However, Borobudur has been abandoned in the jungle since the 14th century. So far, there is no answer to this mystery. Therefore, the place is suitable for adventure tours or anyone who likes exploration.


8) Luang Prabang, Laos

Luang Prabang is located at the confluence of the Mekong and the Nam Khan River in northern Laos. The old capital of Laos is famous for Buddhist monasteries and monks go begging for food throughout the city. Tourists can shop in the ancient part of town, visit a temple or admire waterfalls. Elephant riding is also an interesting option when visiting this ancient capital.