Top Places to Visit in Southeast Asia

Top Places to Visit in Southeast Asia

Many travelers will say that there is no place like Southeast Asia. From ancient temples, white sand beaches, accessible air connections among others, there is always something in this region that captivates tourists. Not to mention it is probably the most affordable section of the world.

If you haven’t made up your mind to travel any of the 11 countries located in Southeast Asia, then it’s probably time that you do. To help you decide, here are some of the most amazing places to visit in Southeast Asia.

 

Bali, Indonesia

Bali is one of the most popular places that you can visit in SE Asia. It is often called as the Island of the Gods. The island is surrounded with deep turquoise water, beautiful beaches, and varied landscapes. Diving and surfing are the most popular activities on the island. Affordable and soothing massage is also available in most of the resorts and lodging in Bali.

 

Phuket, Thailand

This place needs no introduction. When you speak about beaches in SE Asia, beaches in Phuket is considerably well-known. There are a lot of things to do in Phuket, whether you are on the island or off to the sea surrounding it. Some places to see in Phuket include the Old Phuket Town, the Big Buddha on top of Nakkerd Hills, Wat Chalong Temple, and the nearby Phi Phi islands. Also, night parties are happening every night in this party crazy island.

 

Hanoi, Vietnam

Vietnam is one of the rapidly developing countries in SE Asia. Hanoi, its capital is like a mix pot where ancient Vietnamese culture and French influence are mixed together, making it one of the best places to visit in Southeast Asia. Here you can see and feel the essence of an old city evolving into a vibrant modern tourist destination. French colonial architectures can be readily seen in Hanoi which has remained intact despite the instabilities that has rocked the country in the past. Ancient temples and attractions can also be seen in Hanoi.

 

Siam Reap, Cambodia

If ancient temples are your thing, then you shouldn’t miss the world’s famous Angkor Wat located in Siam Reap, Cambodia. This temple complex is say to be the biggest religious monument in the world. Millions of tourists visit this place every year. Like Vietnam, French colonial architecture can also be seen in Cambodia. Don’t miss the tuk tuk ride going to Angkor Archaeological Park.

 

El Nido, Philippines

El Nido perhaps has one of the most pristine beaches in the whole world. The place is relatively unknown and only a few locals come to visit the place. At present, tourists have come to experience some of the breathtaking landscapes that nature can offer. White-sand beaches, deep blue waters, and lime stones cliffs are just some of the things that you will witness in this place.

These are only some of the wonderful destinations in Southeast Asia. There are still many more that can surely leave you awestruck. Or who knows, you might be able to discover a new place where you can add to the list of places to visit in Southeast Asia.


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