Rough Guides travel site offers a list of 10 most beautiful world heritage in Asia, including Ha Long Bay of Vietnam.
1. The terraced fields of the Philippines: Located in the Cordillera area north of Luzon, the terraced fields created and cultivated by the Ifugao more than 2,000 years ago.Terraced fields are made up of rocks and mud, representing the technical system of wet rice cultivation on the mountainside, passed down from generation to generation for centuries.(Photo: Roughguides).
2. Angkor Archaeological Park (Cambodia): Is one of the most important archaeological sites in Southeast Asia.It includes numerous temples, irrigation systems and important transport routes of the Khmer Empire from the 9-15 century.In particular, the most notable temple is Angkor Wat, believed to be the world's largest religious monument built in the early 12th century. The temple was built with sandstone blocks exploited from the mountain of Phnom Kulen, transport by raft along Siem Reap River.(Photo: Angkor-Cambodia).
3. Ha Long Bay : The bay is located in Quang Ninh province, consisting of 1,969 islands.The name Ha Long comes from the legend of a dragon flying down from the sky, spraying pearls from above the sea.These gems, when touched, form limestone mountains to stop the enemy.The majestic limestone mountains floating on the blue sea create a breathtaking scenery attracting a lot of domestic and foreign tourists.(Photo: Pixabay / CCO).
4. Kamchatka volcano (Russia): This place is located on the Kamchatka peninsula, eastern Russia, there is a dense volcanic density.The area has a rich wildlife system and beautiful natural landscapes with beaches, lakes and rivers.(Photo: Russia).
5. Historical center of Bukhara (Uzbekistan): Dating back over 2,000 years, Bukhara's Uzbek city is located on the Silk Road.As one of Central Asia's largest cities, located at the crossroads of commercial routes, the Uzbek becomes a center for merchants and tourists.Prominent in the buildings preserved to this day is the Ismail Samanid mausoleum, a great example of the 10th century Islamic architecture. (Photo: Dreamstime).
6. Historic Kyoto (Japan): Kyoto is the capital, the cultural center of Japan from 794 to the 19th century. It has a typical traditional wooden architecture, and beautiful gardens. , and is home to an impressive temple, a large palace and a beautiful museum.(Photo: UNESCO).
7. The Great Wall (China): With a length of over 20,000 km, the Great Wall is built from the 3rd century BC to the 17th century to protect the territory, including walls, forts and towers. The soup is built by soil, wood, bricks and stones.Not only is a wall protecting the country from invaders, it also preserves Chinese culture and tradition.(Photo: List25).
8. Railway system in the mountains (India): Built around the late 18th century and early 19th century under the rule of British colonialism, the Indian mountain railway system represented the floating technique. turned on at that time.This rail line affects every area it passes through, helping to change the socio-economic and cultural aspects of these regions.Today, railroads pass through rugged rocky areas but bring beautiful scenery to be the favorite journey of many tourists.(Photo: Thebetterindian).
9. Dambulla Golden Temple (Sri Lanka): Located in central Sri Lanka, this is the best preserved cave monastery.5 sanctuaries nestled under towering stone, embellished into statues and paintings depicting Buddhist scenes.This is a famous pilgrimage site for many Buddhists from the first century AD.(Photo: SriLanka Experience).
10. Sumatra tropical rainforest heritage, Indonesia: Includes 3 national parks with a total area of more than 2 million hectares, this is a place with diverse flora and fauna: 10,000 species of plants, 201 species mammals and more than 550 birds.Beautiful natural landscape with caves, waterfalls, ice lakes and volcanoes.(Photo: UNESCO).