Bagan is home to literally thousands of temples spread out over a huge area. Many of the temples are extremely well-preserved and beautifully adorned with shiny gold and red stupas. There is nothing quite like seeing the sun rise or set behind a temple-filled horizon, and this is a sight that you should witness in Bagan.
Hue is the ancient capital of the country during 19th century. It is one of the most powerful and beautiful country in the Southeast Asia. A major attraction of tourists in Hue is citadel, which is surrounded by a moat and thick walls. Hue is well known for its historical monuments and monasteries.
It is located near the banks of Perfume River which gives the perfect view which can attract the tourists.
Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, Cambodia
Angkor is most likely one of the destinations that comes to your mind when you read the title of this post. And it is definitely one of the most impressive historic sites in Southeast Asia, if not in the entire world. It is built by King Suryavarman II as a symbol of the universe. The temple complex of Angkor Wat was once the heart of a mighty civilization, and it consists of hundreds of different temples.
Borobudur in Central Java, Indonesia
This famous Buddhist temple, dating from the 8th and 9th centuries, is located in central Java. It was built in three tiers, a pyramidal base with five concentric square terraces, the trunk of a cone with three circular platforms and a monumental stupa. On one side of the temple you have expansive mountain views and on the other, the Mt. Merapi volcano in the distance.
The Phimai Historical Park is a large complex of ancient Buddhist Khmer temples in northern Thailand. Built between the late 11th and late 12th centuries, it lies at the end of the ancient Khmer Highway from Angkor, Cambodia. Phimai has roughly the same size as Angkor Wat in Cambodia, which indicates its former importance.
Hoi An, Vietnam
Hoi An Ancient Town is well-known as a crowded international commercial port where is the trade gateway between local people with merchant ships from Japan, China and the West during the 17th and 18th centuries. It is one of Vietnam’s star attractions, a city filled with historic buildings, photogenic streets, bridges, old market squares and temples.
Tiger’s Nest Monastery in Paro, Bhutan
The Tiger’s Nest Monastery, also known as Paro Takstang, is one of Bhutan’s most recognized spots. The Tiger’s Nest Monastery is a small collection of buildings precariously perched on a cliff, 900 meters off of the ground. It is stunning in its beauty and location.
Plain of Jars, Laos
The Plain of Jars is a group of fields containing thousands of stone jars cut out from rock thousands of years ago. The sites are located around the city of Phonsavan in Xiangkhouang province, North East Laos. While some of the sites contain just a few jars, others contain hundreds many of which are broken or have fallen over. The Plain of Jars have been submitted to the Tentative List of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.