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.

  • Singapore skyline Singapore Travel Guide - Singapore City Overview The island population is an ethnic mix of Chinese, Malays, Indians and British and lives harmoniously with each other, thanks to the tolerance towards different religions, the great prosperity, the very strict laws and a uniformly hot but pleasant tropical climate. Particularly striking is the impressive efficiency of the people of Singapore as well as the safety and cleanliness of this city, which is achieved at the cost of…
  • Esplanade theaters on the bay, Singapore Singapore Hotels - Hotel prices together account for 18% fees and taxes (often called “Triple Plus”), which are made up as follows: 10% service fee, 7% VAT and 1% state tax. Anyone making a reservation in high-end hotels online at www.singaporehotels.com or at a reservation desk at the airport will receive a discount. Many hotels also offer special prices on their websites that are less than 50% of the normal rate, so price comparisons and advance bookings are always a good…
  • Central District, Singapore Events in Singapore - Singapore Biennial The Singapore Biennale, held every two years, is an art event where artists from all over the world present their contemporary artworks. Date: November 22, 2019 – March 22, 2020 Place: Singapore Website: http://www.singaporebiennale.org Entry: With admission fee. Chinese new year Chinese New Year is celebrated in Singapore’s Chinatown with fireworks, dragon and lion dances and a delicious banquet. In Chinatown, decorated with lanterns, you can watch the hustle and bustle of those…
  • Clark Quay, Singapore Singapore Nightlife - Singapore has a vibrant and exciting nightlife with a variety of elegant, chic bars and clubs as well as a diverse culinary offer. In addition to its ultra-modern, futuristic facade, the influence of Asian cultures and religions is omnipresent in Singapore, and the city’s cultural scene reflects the region’s different influences in Malay, Chinese and Indian performances, art and music. Tourists and foreigners living in Singapore can be found primarily at Boat…
  • Singapore Restaurants - The following restaurants in Singapore are divided into three categories: Expensive (over $ 200) Moderate ( $ 80 to $ 200) Inexpensive (up to $ 80) It is the average price for a three-course meal or the price of a bottle of the cheapest wine or a comparable drink, without taxes and service charge. A 10% service charge, 7% value added tax and a further state fee of 1% are added to the restaurant…
  • Chinese Revolution - The so-called “Chinese Revolution” refers to two moments in Chinese history: the 1911 Chinese Revolution and the 1949 Chinese Revolution. The 1911 Chinese Revolution, also called the “Nationalist Revolution” or “Xinhai Revolution”, took place in October of that year and marked the end of the dynastic period in the country. The movement was triggered by nationalist revolutionaries who removed the Qing (or Manchu) dynasty from power, establishing the Republic of China.…
  • Chinese Cultural Revolution - The Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution, known as the Chinese Cultural Revolution, was a political cleansing movement driven by Mao Zedong. Its aim was to remove from the cadres of the Communist Party of China elements considered bourgeois or capitalist. It is estimated that the Chinese Cultural Revolution left 1 million dead. Mao Zedong and the Cultural Revolution Mao followers celebrate their deeds with the “little red book” in their hands In the late…
  • Mao Zedong - Mao Zedong (December 26, 1893 – September 9, 1976) was a Chinese Communist leader, dictator, and revolutionary. He participated in the founding of the Chinese Communist Party in 1921 in Shanghai, based on the Soviet model. In 1931, it proclaimed the Soviet Republic of China. He led the People’s Liberation Army and in 1949 proclaimed the People’s Republic of China. He ruled China with an iron fist until his death in 1976. Mao…
  • Ancient China - Three dynasties ruled China between the beginning of the second millennium BC and the year 221 BC. They all lived around the Yellow River Basin. The Xia, Shang and Zhou were responsible for the process of occupation of Chinese territory and the ethnic formation of the country. Even before the influence of this dynasty, around 2,900 BC, important inventions were already credited to the Chinese, such as the potter’s wheel, a major advance…
  • How to Rent a Car to Travel How to Rent a Car to Travel - Are you ready to meet a new destination? Before you go, understand why car hire is the best option and how it can be done! We know that few things in life are better than travel – whether by plane, by car or by any other means of transport. The important thing is to know incredible destinations and live experiences that will be in memory. However, when you need to…