Unique, unusual and amazing are the perfect words to describe these locations. People who come to visit these impressive cities claim they became captivated by their fascinating secrets. Watch these breath-taking images and plan your next holiday!
- Hoi An, Vietnam
Located on the South China Sea coast, this dreamy land was labeled by UNESCO a World Heritage Site.
The breath-taking region is representative for the 15th century culture of south-east Asia. Its attractions, including the Elephant Bridge are extremely well preserved. The white sandy beach and the pleasant climate conqured million of tourists from all around the world.
The most gorgeous island, this fairytale-like city was named the largest island in the world. Although the temperatures are critical the landscapes are fantastic and the homes painted in vibrant colors are complementing the ‘icey’ view in the most perfect way.
- Bamboo Forest Kyoto, Japan
The plant is so popular in Asia and has hundreds of symbolic meanings. In China, bamboo symbolizes ‘longevity’ and in India means ‘friendship’. Meanwhile in Japan, it is believed that bamboo protects people from the evil forces. Therefore, many forests and hiking trails are found there.
- Kathmandu, Nepal
The capital is surrounded by the Himalayas. The city is full of ancient temples and plays an extremely important spiritual role in the Nepali culture. Over the years, hundreds of archaeologists found hundreds of fascinating evidence which belonged to the ancient civilization in Kathmandu. The artifacts are dating back from thousands of years.
- Sintra, Portugal
An historic town located near the capital of Lisbon. Lord Byron was inspired to write ‘Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage’ after visiting Sintra. The romantic architecture of the 19th century and the fauna makes Sintra a breathtaking destination. The region is protected by UNESCO.
- Cappadocia, Central Anatolia, Turkey
The region has been labeled as a natural wonder and an historical and cultural gem. It is famous for popular ‘hoodoos’ – stacks of so-called fairies, who were formed from rocks.