Asia

Everland, Kyonggi-Do, South Korea

Everland Resort, found in Kyonggi-Do in South Korea, is the country’s largest theme park that attracts over 6 million of visitors every year. With an impressive number of visitors it generates, it has become a major contributor in South Korea’s tourism since it opened in 1976.

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Chiang Mai, Thailand

Chiang Mai is found north of Thailand, located 700 km of Bangkok. It is the northern region’s largest city and Thailand’s fifth largest city. Chiang Mai is nestled near the Ping River, on a lush countryside embraced by mountains and unspoiled forests. In recent years, it has become one of the country’s growing modern cities and despite the cosmopolitan air, Chang Mai is still quieter and laid-back compared to the other cities of Thailand.

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Petra World Heritage site, Wadi Musa, Jordan

Jordan is considered one of the most spectacular places to see, and with The Petra World Heritage Site as one of its attractions, there is no doubting why. Petra, as locals and tourists fondly call it, famous for its rock-cut architecture, is more than just a historic site. Because it possesses unique traits, such as the reddish color of the rocks from where it is carved hence the nickname Rose City, there are more reasons why tourists flock to this enchanting site.

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Bayon Temple, Siem Reap, Cambodia

The great walled city of Angkor Thom (literally means Great City), which lies 4.5 miles (7 kilometers) north of Siem Reap, has a massive coverage of three square kilometers, highlighted with numerous monuments and wall-carvings that give definition to the city.

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Forbidden City, Beijing

The Forbidden City is a cultural attraction located in Beijing. From Ming Dynasty up to the Qing Dynasty, it used to serve as Chinese imperial palace. Located at the heart of Beijing City, China, it is now home to the Palace Museum. Emperors together with their households used it as their home for nearly 500 years and also served as a political and ceremonial center of the Chinese government.

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Amritsar, India

Amritsar is located in Punjab state in India and it is a holy city. The name Amritsar translates to the ‘holy pool of nectar’ and it is recognized as the cultural and spiritual center of Sikh religion. The local Sikh community is extremely fond of their city especially their unique and very beautiful place of worship known as Gurdwara.

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Agra, India

Being the home town of The Taj Mahal, one of the seven wonders of ancient world, Agra is one of the most popular cities and a hot tourist destination. It is located in Uttar Pradesh state, north India, about 200 km away from Delhi. There are three recognized UNESCO world heritage sites in Agra which include the well known Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri and Agra Fort.

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Muscat, Oman

Muscat is the largest city in Oman and also the national capital. The city experiences a tropical climate with generally humid and hot weather all year round. Muscat comprises of three cities starting with the walled city of Muscat that houses royal palaces.

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Naypyidaw, Myanmar

Naypyidaw is situated near Pyinmana. In 2005 November, Naypyidaw replaced Yangon officially as Myanmar capital city. The city is officially abbreviated with NPT. Naypyidaw is a highly unique urban center in this region and the fully constructed city is quite large.

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