|Angkor Wat in Cambodia
Angkor is the name conventionally applied to a region of Cambodia serving as the headquarters of the Khmer empire that flourished (approximately) from the ninth century until the thirteenth century. The ruins of Angkor are located amid a forest and some farmland near Siem Reap and is a UNESCO site minunantiile included. Angkor Wat was declared the biggest religious monument in the world. In 2007, an international team of researchers concluded that Angkor was the largest pre-industrial ci...
|Wat Rong Khun in Thailand
Wat Rong Khun in Chinang Mai, Thailand, is different from any other Buddhist temple in the world. Completely white and adorned extraordinary, this structure is actually still under construction. May Charlermchai artist is expected to last another 90 years until it be ready, making the equivalent of the Sagrada Familia temple in Barcelona....
|Taktshang in Bhutan
Taktshang is the most famous monastery in Bhutan. It is sat on a rock situated at an altitude of 3120 meters or 700 meters above Paro Valley. Taktshang means "nest of tigers' names following the legend that Padmasambhava (Guru Rinpoche) there came flying on the back of a tiger. Monastery includes 7 temples can be visited. Up there you can reach on foot or on a mule....