Bagan, Myanmar is home to some of the world’s greatest ancient Buddhist ruins with towers and temples spread throughout the entire region. It is a popular place for balloon rides over the area during a beautiful sunset.
The Mekong Delta – Located in Vietnam, the Mekong River produces the bulk of the rice crops throughout the entire country. The river is filled with tiny villages and floating markets. To view the wonders of the Delta, you can bike or boat and experience the rice paddies and local produce.
The White Temple – In Chiang Rai, Thailand, The White Temple (formerly known as Wat Rong Khun), is a structure designed by an artist in the 1990’s and is still being built. The structure represents rebirth and has countless outstretching hands as part of the murals.
Kep, Cambodia – If you want some good seafood (including some of the best crab in the world), the little village of Kep by the seaside is where you should go. You can enjoy meals at restaurants on stilts and feel the serenity of the area that was once a major tourist attraction for the French back in the 1900’s.
Inle Lake in the country of Myanmar is a lake that stretches 13 miles and is a hot tourist attraction. People are drawn to the locals who create workshops on the water, where they can also enjoy the scenery on a boat ride.
Angkor Wat in Cambodia is the largest religious monument in the world. It is surrounded by a moat. To reach the village temples, visitors must walk across a stone causeway. The place is haunting with large tree roots and dark hallways.
In Laos is a place called Luang Prabang, which was named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is a unique place that attracts lots of tourism for its elephants, where visitors can learn to ride, and the area combines Asian and European architecture.
Cameron Highlands – It looks like it could be a little bit of Heaven on Earth. The Cameron Highlands in Malaysia boast lush, green valleys and mountain tops with plenty of places to stay and experience the immaculate color of the natural area.
Cu Chi Tunnels – In Saigon, Vietnam, are the haunting, narrow tunnels known as Cu Chi Tunnels. During the Vietnam War, these tunnels were used to hide by the Viet Cong soldiers. Now you can take tours of these tunnels and experience all the rich history of them.
Mae Sot – This remote little village is a perfect, undiscovered gem filled with locals consisting of Burmese, Thai, Westerners, and natives of Mae Sot, which borders on Thailand and Mayanmar. It also has an herbal sauna and plenty of markets to shop at.