Thursday, November 12, 2009

Must See Places in Asia - "Let the good times roll" Three Mo`Tenors

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By Prem Chandra

Featuring outstanding blend of ancient culture and rich history, Asia is an ideal place to gratify every traveler's dreams and expectations. Myriad of incredible and infinite places of interests are scattered all through the continent and you can find almost everything in this part of the world. Whether you wish to take pleasure in countless of beach activities, or want a break from your busy schedule to enjoy pristine natural beauty of thick forests, Asia is right here for you. Explore top tourist destinations in Asia, meet different people, get acquainted with diverse culture, and enrich your knowledge.

Asia is also the home to the deities of Hinduism, Buddhism, and Islam. People of different religious faiths are living in concert and you will be amazed to see the communal harmony regardless of villages or cities. Thousands of spectacular Architectural wonders as well as astounding sacred places like the Great Wall of China, Ajanta and Ellora Caves, the Tajmahal, Golden Temple, and Kiyomizu Temple make Asia alluring to the travelers. Asia is also the place where you can satisfy your palate with array of mouthwatering delicious foods.

The Great Wall of China: Being one of the seven wonders in the world, The Great Wall of China is a must visiting place in Asia. This architectural wonder, considered as the pride of China, was constructed in the 3rd century BC, during the Qin Dynasty. It is told that the wall is the only human creation in the earth which is visible from the moon. The wall has got an imposing length of 3,948 miles. A trip to the Great Wall of China would surely be one of the memorable experiences that you would cherish for the rest of your life.

Ha Long Bay: Are you tired of busy and monotonous schedule, and planning for a trip to the heart of the nature? Ha Long Bay could be the perfect choice for you. This is one of the must see places in Asia and has been recognized as World Heritage site by UNESCO. Positioned in the Hanoi, this bay embraces a massive 3000 islands. The panorama is simply breathtaking.

Taj Mahal, Agra: Nestled in the romantic and historic city of Agra, the Taj Mahal is the symbol of eternal love. The architecture is renowned for its immaculate beauty and highly acclaimed all over the world. The Taj is mausoleum of Mumtaj, wife of mogul emperor Shahjahan. UNESCO has recognized it as one of the World Heritage sites.

Forbidden City, China: Centrally located in Beijing, China, the Forbidden City is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This imperial Kingdom in China was functional during the period of Ming Dynasty to the Qing Dynasty. Featuring stunning art work, this time-honored Chinese palatial architecture is presently maintained by the Palace Museum. This astounding architecture encompasses 720,000 square meter of area and comprised of 8,707 bays of rooms.

Floating Markets in Thailand: Are you a shopping buff, and love to visit the best shopping destinations in the world? If the answer is yes, don't miss the opportunity to visit the floating markets in Thailand. The country is known as the 'Venice of the East' and the floating markets are truly unique in its category. Damnoen Saduak (Klong Lat Phli) and the Tha Kha Floating market are among the most popular markets where you can enjoy shopping at its best.

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