The most interesting and significant feature is the hand made Persian prayer carpet, which is the second largest carpet in the world.
These kind of terraces are found only in a few other places on Earth.
Found in Chaiyaphum province, a mountainous area, park features versatile unspoiled nature, waterfalls and viewpoints, from where an impressive scenery opens.
This scenic place means „Yellow Dragon“ in Chinese. Found in the Minshan mountain range, Huanglong is declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
The dam is made on a river Tukad Unda – a major one in Bali – in Klungkung. It is also a wonderful source of play for the children.
The expressionist temple was completed in 1986 and had become the most popular attraction in the city.
Built in 1026 AD by a king, the temple is very well preserved and depicts an essence of ancient architecture.
Every spring fields around the mountain’s peak get covered in thousands of royal azaleas.
This pristine site is a true sanctuary for those, hungry for a divine retreat.
Among various waterfalls, Pongour, surrounded with a huge unspoiled forest, definitely stands out.
Every spring the fields here turn into the vibrant golden sea of Canola.
Malé is very busy and the fifth most densely populated island in the whole world.
An eco-luxury boutique hotel offers a truly unique and unforgettable experience.
Also known as Cave Dining, the restaurant is situated in a limestone cave on the Phranang Beach.
Situated on one of the most beautiful resort islands in the country, Deva Samui is a spacious retreat, providing guests with elegant suits, rooms and private villas.
With white sandy beaches, crystal clear warm Indian Ocean and pleasant climate all year round, Maldives is the most desirable holiday destination.
The park covers a huge area and features rich nature, including two volcanoes and various animal species.
The district fascinates with amazing traditional architecture, temples, gardens and food.
Ithaa means mother of pearl and is one of the most exciting restaurants in the world.
Built in the 16th century, today the bathhouse serves as a tourist attraction, rather than its primal purpose.
The park offers some of the most unique and picturesque landscapes. The dramatic rocks and mountains are loved not only by tourists, but by scientists and geologists as well.
Located on an artificial island, a luxury hotel is significant in every way.
Carved into the Melá Mountain, the 1600 year old monastery seems to be an ultimate spiritual retreat.
One of the largest granitic islands of Seychelles is proud of its stunning beach. The iconic shoreline is the most recognizable site in the world.