Hidden Tourist Attractions in Southeast Asia that You Must Visit part 2
This is a must-visit location for those of you who like to hike. Sapa offers stunning views. The combination of the green grass and trees around the hills, plus the beautiful French architectural villa cannot be missed.
Sometimes, Sapa is also shrouded in fog which will make your climb even more unique.
Marina Bay Sands Hotel, Singapore
The hotel, which was built with a budget of no less than 5.7 million US Dollars, offers many entertainment attractions. There, you can complete your shopping desires at various leading outlets. There is also a concert hall which is often the venue for performances by famous artists.
On top of the building, this hotel has a yacht-shaped swimming pool that you should try. Swimming there gets your adrenaline pumping. It’s as if you will fall from the 57th floor into Singapore which is right below you.
Wat Rong Khun (white temple) in Chiang Rai, Thailand
Although it looks ancient, in fact this temple was only built in 1999 by a native Thai artist. The shape of this temple describes the process of human reincarnation.
You will find statues of outstretched hands around the temple. In addition, you can also find murals of Keanu Reeves and murals of the 9/11 tragedy in America.
Luang Prabang, Laos
Luang Prabang is one of the cultural tourism that has been recognized by UNESCO. The architecture in Luang Prabang is very dancing, because it is a mixture of Asian and European architecture.
Like many other Asian countries, elephant riding is one of the attractions of this place. But, only in Luang Prabang you can take a mahout class for 4 days to ride elephants well like their handler.
During the French colonial period, Kep became a tourist spot for the French upper class. Currently, Kep is being prepared to become a tourist destination.
Here you can enjoy seafood at a beautiful restaurant on the beach. Kep is also famous for its crab dish which is one of the most delicious crab dishes in the world.
Mae Sot, Thailand
This place can be described with the word “secluded”. Mae Sot is located on the border between Thailand and Myanmar. Its location on the border has an impact on the diversity of its population. At Mae Sot you can find a variety of people from Thailand and Myanmar, as well as indigenous people from the mountains.
You can relax in the herbal sauna, shop at the open air traditional market or join the forest people rescue program at the Higland Farm Gibbon Sanctuary.
Angkor Wat, Cambodia
This enormous temple complex is guaranteed to amaze you. Angkor Wat is one of the largest religious monuments in the world. Inside, you can find human-sized stones carved with various face shapes.
The large, long-rooted trees that are hundreds of years old along the entrance also add to the exoticism of this place