The Thrillist site names such treasures as the mysterious and best preserved in Asia, including the village of Y Ty, Sapa Vietnam.
Y Ty, Vietnam
With breathtaking views of the rugged mountain ranges, shining colors of terraced fields in the harvest season, Y Ty is a destination for visitors to experience the rustic countryside. You can also talk with local people, visit the traditional market of the village of Y Ty with a variety of goods sold in the market.
Kep City, Cambodia
The most peaceful coastal town in Southeast Asia. Here, visitors will be watching beautiful sunset scene right in the old town, leisurely walking around the famous crab market and enjoy the food processed from net-to-table.
Vientiane is the ideal destination for experiencing the modern history of the elephant country.
The mysterious city of Vientiane still preserves many monuments such as bomb remnants during the war, hospitals, camps, and former princesses of Laos’s castle.
Gili Meno, Gili Island, Indonesia
Gili Meno is a pristine, quiet place nestled in the Gili Islands.
This destination attract tourists by the beauty of the coconut palms, coral reefs, sea turtles, colorful fish and clear water.
Sabah, Borneo Island, Malaysia
Sabah is the most multicultural state in Malaysia.
It is always a great place to experience adventure activities such as diving into the deep sea, climbing the mountain near 4,100 meters above sea level, taking in the view of the green pastures and watching the dawn or Enjoy the cuisine of the sea.
This is the cradle of Indian cuisine with dishes like tandoori and tikka chicken or samosa cake.
Here you can explore the history of Sikhism and Hinduism, the Mata Shrine or Harmandir Sahib.
Situated on the hill of Shan State, Myanmar, this breathtaking setting is made up of a captivating mix of farms and jungle.
Pindaya Cave is famous for more than 8,000 Buddha statues that are an important pilgrimage site for Buddhist followers of Myanmar and an attractive tourist attraction.
Kandy, Sri Lanka
Known as the cultural capital of the Sri Lankan highlighted with traditional dance, and palm trees swinging alongside ancient buildings, Kandy is also the place where cricket originated from.
Shikoku Island, Japan
It is one of the four largest and least explored islands in Japan. Coming here, visitors will be visiting the ancient castles, conquering the spectacular streets around the mountains, hovering over the river by rafts, kayaks or enjoy the famous udon noodles and succulent tangerine.
In addition, travellerss can join pilgrims, visit 88 temples around the island.
Gorkhi National Park – Teralj, Mongolia
A peaceful place for travelers who want to escape the hustle and bustle of urban life, this is a place to experience the life of nomads by eating and sleeping in the traditional Mongolian huts. Gorkhi – Teralj is also famous for its turquoise-shaped rocks, reading old man stoking up people’s curiosity.