In addition to famous sites like Angkor, Phuket Beach, or Hoi An Ancient Town, Southeast Asia still has many great tourist attractions for exploring. Check out top 7 destinations below:
Pai Town, Thailand – Top 7 attractions
The first name in top 7 is Pai Town, located in Mae Hong Son province in northern Thailand, a pretty small town surrounded by high mountains with year-round mild climate. This is a great place for weekend to relax in a peaceful atmosphere and watch the natural beauty of nature. You can also leave your room to explore nearby waterfalls and hot springs.
Another wonderful destination in top 7 is Bagan. The large amount of temples is the impressive features of Bagan city, Myanmar. It is home to the highest density of Buddhist monuments in the world. A ride on a balloon watching the scenery of the temples soaked in the soft light of dusk is a travel experience that anyone would like to try once in their lives.
Mergui Archipelago, Myanmar
This is the string of hundreds of tropical islands in the Andaman Sea. Tourists can take part in kayaking trips or sail through the clear blue waters. If you are lucky enough, you may meet local people with whole daily life activities placed on the boat.
Cameron Highlands, Malaysia
This is one of the most scenic hills in Southeast Asia where hotels and guest houses for tourists are located at the foot of the mountains. Discovering the Cameron Plateau in the summer is an ideal choice to avoid the harsh heat and enjoy a cool, fresh air. Tourists can visit the tea processing plant, before sitting comfortably beside the steaming cup of tea and holding the endless green hills.
This coastal city was one of the most famous luxury resorts in France colony during the early 1900s. Today it is still one of the most prominent destinations in Cambodia with its sprawling beaches, fresh air and beautiful natural scenery.
Mae Sot, Thailand
Not being missed in top 7 list is Mae Sot. Particularly remote and quite perhaps united words to describe the town lie between the Thai and Cambodian borders. Residents here are a mix of Thai, Burmese, even Westerners. One of the attractions of this place is the herbal steam bath and flea markets selling products.
Cu Chi Tunnels, Vietnam
The last place in top 7 is the most famous tunnel in Vietnam. The Cu Chi tunnels are about 70km northwest of Ho Chi Minh City. This is a tunnel system that includes an infirmary, rooms, kitchens, a storage room, offices and an underground tunnel system. The tunnels are built on land known as “steel land”, located at the end of the Ho Chi Minh Trail. This was one of the important military bases of the Vietnamese army during the resistance war against America. Visitors are excited to experience the narrow and dark tunnel when joining Cu Chi Tunnel tours.