Popular for being the largest religious monument in the world, reports suggest that it attracts more than 50% international tourists in Cambodia every year. Don't miss to visit this place when you get a chance.
With more than 3500 ancient Buddhist pagodas, temples, and other structures, it is undoubtedly one of the most famous landmarks in Southeast Asia. If possible, dont miss the hot-air balloon rides over the temples
Petronas Twin Towers, Malaysia
This modern landmark is counted among the world's tallest buildings, and was built in the late 1990s
Great Wall of China
Its a series of earthen and stone fortifications that you get to witness when in northern China; it was originally built to protect the Chinese Empire against intrusions.
It's one of the world's most visited tourist attractions, and is an iconic landmark of Jordan. It is famed for its rock-cut architecture and water conduits system
Taj Mahal, India
Famed as one of the world's most beautiful monuments, Taj Mahal's grandeur still remains unmatched, and is a must-visit when in India
Borobudur Temple, Indonesia
Built in the 9th century, it is famed for being the world's largest Buddhist temple. The highlight of this temple is its interesting design that features three tiers, construction in pyramidal style.
Mount Fuji, Japan
Standing at a height of 3776 m, Mount Fuji is Japan's highest mountain. This popular landmark in Asia is also famed for being a sacred mountain that should feature on every travelers wish list.