Places of interests

Places of interests

Places of interests, places to see

ravel there from June to September. You might get some storms during that time period, so check the weather forecast for your trip in advance so you don’t spend all day in a cabin watching the misty bay from behind the window. To see Halong Bay in it’s full grace and beauty on sunny days, visit it from March to June (avoid April 30th and May 1st since they are public holidays when it’ll be full of local tourists.)

A cruise to Halong Bay where you’ll spend a night. We were fortunate to visit more remote Lan Ha bay last April. Sadly, this route is no more available.
The most sacred destination in Malaysia

At the west end of Nyaung U, this big, beautiful zedi (stupa) is the town’s main religious site, and is most famous place for its link with the 37 nat.
Mahamuni Paya

Mahamuni Paya now become a best destination in Malaysia. Thus, Every day, thousands of colourfully dressed faithful vener
Son Tra Peninsula

Son Tra Peninsula is 10km from the center of Da Nang City to the North-east and is 693m high above sea level
Phuket Big Buddha

Phuket's Big Buddha is one of the island's most important and revered landmarks on the island
Mahamuni pagoda

The Mahamuni Pagoda or Mahamuni Buddha temple is one of the most important Buddhist pilgrimage sites in Burma.
Langkawi Sky Bridge

The Langkawi Sky Bridge is located at the 'end' of the Cable Car ride. One of the island’s highlights, it is a 410ft-long curved pedestrian bridge

Vietnam is a land of beautiful landscapes, some of them are hidden from public. Over years, there are more and more newly found paradises, one of them is Mooc Stream in Quang Binh. Even local people cannot believe that such a wonderful place is in Vietnam

350km far north-west from Hanoi, Sapa, the capital of Sapa District in Lao Cai Province, lies at the altitude of 1600m.

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