|Islands of Singapore
|Singapore is made up of the main island of Singapore and several smaller outlying islands. These islands vary in size and purpose, offering a mix of recreational, residential, and industrial functions. At present, Singapore has about 64 islands, with 3 being inhabited.
|Tekong Island, also known as Pulau Tekong, is the largest of Singapore's outlying islands and is situated to the northeast of the main island of Singapore. It holds strategic importance for Singapore as it serves as a military training area, particularly for the Singapore Armed Forces.
|The Buddha Park, also known as Xieng Khuan, is a popular tourist attraction located in Thanon Tha, just outside Vientiane, the capital city of Laos. The Buddha Park is situated on the banks of the Mekong River, approximately 25 kilometers southeast of Vientiane. It is easily accessible by road, and many visitors choose to take a short trip from the city to explore the park.
|Si Phan Don
|The Si Phan Don is a riverine archipelago located in the Mekong River, Champasak Province in southern Laos. Si Phan Don is characterised by numerous islands, half of which are submerged when the Mekong River is in flood.
|Pha That Luang
|Pha That Luang is a significant Buddhist monument and is a gold-covered large Buddhist stupa located in the That Luang Village, Xaysettha District of Vientiane, the capital city of Laos. Since its initial establishment, suggested to be in the 3rd century, the stupa has undergone several reconstructions.
|The Bolaven Plateau is an elevated region in southern Laos. Most of the plateau is located within Champasak Province of Laos, though the edges of the plateau are also located in Salavan, Sekong and Attapeu Provinces.
|Luang Prabang was formerly the capital of a kingdom of the same name. It had also been known by the ancient name of Xieng Thong. It was the royal capital and seat of government of the Kingdom of Laos, until the Pathet Lao takeover in 1975. The city is part of Luang Prabang District of Luang Prabang Province and is the capital and administrative centre of the province.
|The Islamic Centre
|The Islamic Centre, officially named Masjid al-Sultan Muhammad Thakurufaanu al-Auzam, is an architectural landmark in MalÃ©, Maldives opened in November 1984 by President Maumoon Abdul Gayoom. The Islamic Centre was built with the assistance of many Islamic countries in the 1980s, and it was opened in November 1984.
|Sultan Park is the biggest and oldest public park in the capital city of Maleâ€™. It is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. One of the few green spots in Maleâ€™. The park offers a lot of shade to sit down and relax. It is the most serene and peaceful place to rejuvenate after visiting all the landmarks and souvenir shopping.
|Xiangshan, also known as Elephant Mountain or Mount Elephant, is a mountain in Xinyi District, Taipei, Taiwan. It is close to the Taipei Metro Xiangshan Station. It is 183m (600ft) high and has a hiking with a distance of about 1.5km (0.93mi) Taipei 101 can be seen from the trail. The Six Giant Rocks on the peak are a tourist attraction in Xiangshan, and there are platforms for photographers.
|The Taipei Zoo is a popular attraction located in Wenshan District, Taipei City, Taiwan. It is one of the largest zoos in Asia and covers an area of about 165 hectares. The zoo was originally established in 1914 during the Japanese rule of Taiwan and has undergone several expansions and renovations since then.
|Shifen Old Street
|Shifen Old Street is a bustling hub for those eager to get a glimpse of an old railroad town which still retains the charm of yesteryear. Originally built to transport coal, the Shifen Old Street stop has now become one of the most popular on the Pingxi rail-line. It is easy to see why so many are drawn here - local food, souvenir shops and puffing trains add to the charm of this little gem.
|Kashmir is a region located in the northern part of the Indian subcontinent. It is a highly disputed territory that is currently administered by three different entities: India, Pakistan, and China. The natural beauty and picturesque locations have made it a favoured destination for tourists across the world.
|Dongguan is a city located in the southern part of Guangdong Province, China. It is situated in the Pearl River Delta region, which is one of the most economically dynamic areas in the country. Dongguan is positioned between Guangzhou and Shenzhen, two major cities in Guangdong Province. It is part of the Pearl River Delta Economic Zone. Its population was 10,466,625 in 2020.
|Foshan is a city located in Guangdong Province, southern China. It is one of the core cities in the Pearl River Delta, a major economic and manufacturing hub. The entire prefecture covers 3,848 km2 (1,486 sq mi) and had a population of 9,498,863 as of the 2020 census.
|Lanzhou is the capital and largest city of Gansu Province in Northwestern China. It is situated along the Yellow River, one of China's major rivers, and it is surrounded by mountains. The city is located on the traditional Silk Road trade route. Its population was 4,359,446 in 2020.
|Nanning is the capital and largest city of the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in southern China. Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region is home to various ethnic groups, with the Zhuang people being the largest ethnic minority in China. Its population was 8,741,584 in 2020.
|Somapura Mahavihara, located in Paharpur, Bangladesh, is an ancient Buddhist monastery and an important archaeological site. Somapura Mahavihara is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is recognized as one of the most important archaeological and cultural heritage sites in Bangladesh. It dates back to the 8th century and was a center for Buddhist learning and culture.
|Shat Gambuj Mosque
|The Sixty Dome Mosque, also known as Shat Gambuj Mosque, is located in Bagerhat, Bangladesh. It is one of the most impressive and historically significant mosques in the country. The mosque was built during the Bengal Sultanate in the 15th century, specifically in 1459 AD, by Khan Jahan Ali, a Muslim saint and the ruler of the region.
|Zhangye National Geopark
|The Zhangye National Geopark, also known as Zhangye Danxia National Geological Park, is a geological park located in the northern foothills of the Qilian Mountains in Zhangye, Gansu Province, China. The park is famous for its colorful and unique landforms, often referred to as the Rainbow Mountains.