Asia

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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Dili, East Timor

Dili is a sea side city and despite how charming and scruffy this little city appears, it is not one of the greatest capitals in Asia. However, after East Timor was declared as an independent country, Dili found itself shouldering the status of the capital city in 2002.

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Dushanbe, Tajikistan

Dushanbe is the national capital city of Tajikistan which expats have nicknamed ‘The Big Dushe’. While the city is not huge as such, tourists can easily get lost in Dushanbe due to the fact that most of the streets here do not have names.

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Damascus, Syria

Considering that Damascus is the national’s capital, fighting has intensified in this city unlike other regions in Syria. As such, the city is extremely dangerous and insecure for everyone especially tourists who are always an easy target by the warring groups.

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Celebrate Holi in India

The festival Holi is a Hindu celebration of the triumph of good over evil and the end of winter giving way to spring, held throughout India and Nepal on the day after the full moon in March.

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Manila, Philippines

Manila is huge city in Philippines that serves as the country’s capital and center for transportation, business and education. Manila city is reputed as being a polluted and congested concrete jungle. Unfortunately, since there are many tourist destinations in Philippines, most travelers simply overlook Manila as just a stop over and quickly proceed on to other islands and provinces in the nation.

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Kathmandu, Nepal

Kathmandu is the most developed city in Nepal which currently serves as the nation’s capital. It shares a name with Kathmandu valley. Previously, Kathmandu was believed be a fabled city that was completely inaccessible. However, this has changed over time and it is has become one of the emerging vacation hot spots, receiving a large number of independent travelers of all budgets.

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Manama, Bahrain

A quarter of Bahrain’s popularity, about 155, 000 people live in Manama which is the largest city and capital of Bahrain. Manama enjoys a desert tropical weather characterized by humid summers and dry winters at night.

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Kabul, Afghanistan

The largest city in Afghanistan, Kabul has served as the country’s capital since 1776 to date. Thanks to the numerous wars taking place in the country, Kabul has undergone through severe damage and experienced great suffering for years.

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Male, Maldives

Male serves as the capital city Maldives and sits on the whole Male islet at the southern parts of Male Atoll. Despite being small, this island is home to more than 100,000 people which makes Male one of the most densely populated cities.

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