Among the most wonderful places in Asia ranked by COUNTRYAAH, we can think of historical monuments, the 4 wonders of nature or places that marry the best of nature with the history of mankind. The good thing is that there is no shortage of options and these destinations are waiting with open arms! So let’s stop winding up. Let’s get to know the most beautiful places in the world and pack our bags. Come with us!

Maldives Islands

Maldives Islands

Crystal clear water, white sands and bungalows in the middle of the sea. Of course we are talking about the Maldives Islands, an impressive archipelago that has almost 1200 islands. There, the time stops and the eyes never tire of admiring the beauties present in this destination.

Phi Phi Islands, Thailand

Phi Phi Islands, Thailand

As impressive as the Maldives Islands are the Phi Phi Islands, located in Thailand. With the same crystal clear sea and white sands, fate has no cars and still fits in your pocket – as much as it may seem.

Jerusalem, Israel

Jerusalem, Israel

Jerusalem is the cradle of various religions from around the world and, therefore, the city has the most different influences. Churches and mosques share the spaces of the Old City, hitchhiking at the Western Wall and other easy-to-find references in the scriptures of each creed. There, the past is an eternal present among alleys and stories told in the streets and in culture.

Taj Mahal, India

Taj Mahal, India

The most beautiful love story is in the Taj Mahal, a mausoleum created by Prince Shah Jahan for his wife Mumtaz Mahal. The work is one of the seven wonders of the modern world and was built in the 17th century, with an architecture that allows the building to have different colors depending on the time of day and the position of the sun. A real show.

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