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Top 10 Asian Wonders to Experience in Your Life

Potala Palace Tibet

We know that Asia is the largest continent in the world and it is home to many wonders and thrillers. From China to Indonesia so many monuments and buildings are there in Asia. In one word Asia is a tourist continent to see the wonders of the world.

Let’s go into detail about the best top 10 wonders in Asia.

1. Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal is the symbol of love gifted by Shah Jahan to his queen. It is the best monument all over the world in India to explore the fragrance of love. The best view of Taj Mahal will be captured during the Sunrise and Sunset. But the view of Taj Mahal during Full moon day will be awesome to view.

Taj Mahal

2. Great Wall of China

China itself is always an explorer to invent new things and it was constructed a protection wall across China. It was taken place under the rule of Ming Dynasty in the 16th and 17th centuries. Now the Great Wall of China has become the center of attraction for China.

The Great Wall of China

3. Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat is a hidden architectural and stone carving monument in Cambodia up to Khmer Civilization. Angkor Wat was covered by thick jungle and it was discovered in 1861 by a French man. According to history, it may be built in the 12th century and tourists will be allowed during the afternoon.

Angkor Wat, Cambodia

4. Bagan Temples / Pagodas

Bagan Temples is located in Myanmar. Nearly 10,000 religious structures were built in the Bagan from 11th to 13th century. Bagan is a Buddhist center and it is a city of 300,000 people along the banks of the Irrawaddy River. The top three Pagodas of Bagan’s are Thatbyinnyu, Ananda and Shwezigon Temples.

Bagan Temple, Myanmar

5. Bali

Bali is a place for the variety of several international arts and cultures in Indonesia. The main attractions of Bali are Rice terraces, Dance and music, arts and crafts, temples and ceremonies, etc. The Rice Terraces are the most attractive part of Bali.

Rice Terrace, Bali

6. Forbidden City

Forbidden City is located in Beijing. The twenty-four emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties of China ruled from inside the Forbidden City. The architecture of the Forbidden City is with lavish ceremonial halls, royal palaces etc. This compound was popular under three different names. Public Museum it is the official name, Imperial City it is the old official name and the Forbidden City is the nickname.

Forbidden City, Beijing

7. Potala Palace

The Potala Palace is the winter political and religious seat under the leadership of Dalai Lama in Tibet Region. Now it was the museum in Lhasa and this Palace is the world’s tallest building from 1653 to 1889. The altitude of Potala Palace is 3,700 meters above the sea level.

Potala Palace Tibet

8. Banaue Rice Terraces

The Banaue Rice Terraces is located in the Philippines. When compared to terraces in Asia the structure of Banaue Terraces is completely weird. The Banaue Rice Terraces were carved 2,000-year span by the Ifugao tribesmen. Carving of these terraces was carried by primitive hand tools by the tribes. Winter is the best time to visit.

banaue rice terraces, Phillipines

9. Qin Terracotta Warriors

The Qin Terra Cotta Warriors site was sited near to Xi’an city in China. The discovery of Qin Terra Cotta Warriors was taken place in the 20th century. Nearly 8,000 life-sized pottery warriors and horses in battle had been buried for over 2,200 years. They are created to rescue the 3rd century BC Emperor Qin.

Qin Terracotta Warriors

10. Borobudur

Borobudur is the world’s largest Buddhist stupa in Indonesia. Its height is ten stories and 120 meters per side. Its construction was taken place in the 8th century. Later it was covered by the jungle and it came to light in the 19th century.

Borobudur, Indonesia

About Alina Jack (7 Articles)
Alina Jack, A writer and blogger by profession. Loves to travel and likes to share travel experiences through writing blogs and articles.

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