When people talk about romantic Asian destinations, they think of Hong Kong, Singapore or Japan as a potential tourist destinations. They sure are great but if ever your in need for a more serene place to spend your vacation then you might be interested in checking out these overlooked Asian destinations.They may be overlooked but they sure are worth the time and the money to visit.
Lose yourself in the country’s romantic landscapes, towering mountains, lush forests, deep blue oceans, and gushing waterfalls. Unlike other travel destinations, it’s very inexpensive. For less than a $100 you can get a very nice hotel room near the beach. Try out the spicy South Asian street food for a memorable experience and don't miss the hike to the top of Adam's Peak, best done at night for a gorgeous, romantic sunrise view.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur is usually defined by the iconic Petronas Tower, the tallest twin buildings in the world at 88 stories high. Treat you and your special someone to Kuala Lumpur's shopping district. Although not as fancy as Hong Kong and Singapore, the country’s shopping district are just as good and the crowd less crazy.
If you love exploring vast open spaces and fascinating nomadic cultures you'll love Mongolia. Spend a night in Mongolia’s capital city, Ulaanbaatar where the country's economic, cultural, political and tourist attractions and can be found. For a serene experience visit the Mongolia’s monasteries and museums.
Also known as the Land of Snows and the roof of the world, for centuries this mysterious Buddhist kingdom, located in the mountain of the Himalayas, has maintained its mysterious aura for travelers. The list of adventures is limitless when you visit Tibet. It supports up to 21 endangered wildlife species, including the Tibetan antelope, the wild yak, and the Tibetan wild donkey. Tibet is without doubt one of the most remarkable places to visit in Asia. It offers wonderful monastery sights, breathtaking high-altitude treks, and stunning views of the world’s highest mountains.
The Chinese government lifted a ban on visitors and now explorers can apply for five to six day eco-tours to see some of the cared for endangered species that Tibet caters to.