Asia is known for its rich history and culture, and it is a great place for travel especially if you are looking for something different. And because it is the largest continent, it is definitely hard to choose where to go for a start. Southeast Asia is the best way to go if you are into beautiful scenery and beaches. If you live in a cold place or country, this will be a nice way for you to escape the cold and embrace some warmth. In addition, it is very budget-friendly. If you are finding a place to stay, here are some suggestions:
You can do a lot of activities in Indonesia with its volcanoes and beaches. Bali is a well-known destination because of its various activities and attractions, but there are still other places you could visit. Indonesia is also known for its coffee and fried rice.
Thailand has its significant gorgeous beaches but what it is known for are the parties and if you love mingling and fun nightlife, Thailand is the place. Despite that, they still have their temples that you could visit. Thailand also offers vast cuisine that can be found in the streets and restaurants.
An archipelago that consists of more than 7,000 islands and because of this, this country have a lot of beaches you go to. But if you are looking for other sights and activities, it has a lot to offer. With its mountains and volcanoes, you can have a hike with one of those. It also features amazing sights like the Banaue Rice Terraces. In addition, you can also see historical landmarks such as churches and buildings that were mostly made during the Spanish colonization.
If you love safaris, Malaysia offers them because of their rainforests. You could also see a lot of wildlife sanctuaries. You can also do some hiking. Food is also great and the must-try is their soup called Laksa that has coconut curry in it.
It is an island city-state that is known for its cleanliness and safety. Unlike other Southeast Asian countries, Singapore is very high tech and full of modern architecture buildings. There are lot of foods to try too and the best place would be at a night market and multi-culture given its state.
Laos has this soothing and calm vibe to it. It is also rich in history. The capital, Luang Pragang, is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is known for their ancient temples. With its rivers, you could do a lot of activities such as tubing and kayaking. There are also zip lines and caves you could go to. This is definitely a perfect place if you love doing adrenaline-rushed activities.
Cambodia has the Angkor Wat which is one of the largest temples in the world. You could actually rent a bike and ride around the temple. Aside from that, there are also towns that feature interesting architectures from the French colonization.