The highest mountain in the country is found in the Taebaek mountain range.
The popular limestone hill has many caves and is a sacred spot, visited by the locals as well as tourists. The temple complex is spread all over the hill.
The mountain is very popular tourist destination. Located in Tianmen Mountain National Forest Park the glass path is in 1,430 m (4,690ft) height and is for those adventurers, who can handle the heights.
The largest festival in the country celebrates the blossoming cherries, that are so loved in Asia.
The Shanghai’s famous highways get illuminated with a blue light at night, making it look not only beautiful, but futuristic as well.
The place is known as having an amazing landscape – its famous fairy chimneys are a true natural wonders, occurring only in a few more places in the world.
Opened in 2009 the shopping mall’s unusual and hip architecture blends well in the creative Bugis neighborhood. Known as Iluma, the mall’s name was changed into Bugis+ a year ago.
Taroko means beautiful and it definitely can be said about the park. The site attracts adventurous visitors, who can discover the amazing nature of Taiwan.
A volcano has three amazing summit crater lakes of different colors. The water of the lakes is red, green or blue. However, it changes due to the fumes, coming from the volcano and causing chemical reactions.
Tibetan Buddhist monastery situated in India fascinates with its beauty and traditional Buddhist architecture. The impressive complex has 12 stories and amazing surroundings.
Lying between Tibetan capital Lhasa and town Gyantse, the freshwater lake is one of the sacred lakes. It stretches for 72 km (45 mi) and is surrounded with amazing Tibetan nature.
Carved into soft volcanic rock in the 8th–7th centuries B.C. by the Phrygians, the city used to serve as a shelter from invasions.
A 2,134 m (7,001 ft) high mountain is famous for the giant head statues scattered on the summit. Built by King Antiochus I in 62 BC it is thought to be a sanctuary and a royal tomb.
The biggest cave in the world is so deep, it could house a 40-story building! It also has a jungle and river in it.
Situated on Rasdhoo Atoll, the resort can be proud of a perfect location. Kuramathi stretches from a palm grove right into the turquoise water.
Ijen is a 20 kilometers wide caldera, which houses more volcanoes in it. One of them is the Kawah Ijen volcano, which is filled with sulfur. When it burns the blue flames appear – the site is especially amazing at night.
Built on the deserted island of Kunfunadhoo, Soneva Fushi from a small local resort quickly turned into the international chain of hotels and spas. The successful resort offers a world-class quality and is environmentally responsible, creating the best place to relax.
The 5 star resort is found on a private coral island and is definitely a good choice for a fabulous holiday. Eco-friendly resort offers private villas with a water garden, SPA center, restaurants and, of course, the divine surroundings.
A 83 kilometer (52 miles) section stretches from Guilin to Yangshuo and is famous for the beautiful scenery that can be best approached by taking a boat tour. This is the most popular attraction in Guangxi region and one of the top attractions in China.
Found in Bandarban district in South-Eastern Bangladesh, Bandarban town is one of the main attractions in the country. The tourists are attracted by its temples, a Tribal Cultural Institute and a spectacular scenery.
Yuanyang County, stretched along the Red River, is known world wide for its stunning rice terraces. The area is included in the list of World Heritage Site in China. Untouched by the tourism, the site has preserved its authenticity.
The exciting capital of Taiwan is considered to be a global city for a good reason: Taipei embraces heritage from Spanish, Dutch, Japanese, Chinese cultures, that blends with the modern lifestyle nowadays.
The festival takes place across the nation during the full moon on a second half of November. The Buddhist celebration is meant to cleanse the spirit from bad luck by sending lanterns to Buddha.
A contemporary white Buddhist temple is very unusual. Designed by painter-architect Chalermchai Kositpipat, the sanctuary also looks like a piece of art.