Bali, Indonesia

Popularly known as the Island of the Gods, Bali features a varied landscape of mountains and hills, rugged coastlines with beautiful sandy beaches, barren volcanic hillsides and lush rice terraces. Alongside the unique and highly spiritual culture, Bali has won the admiration of many as a real paradise on earth.

Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Listed as the 7th wonder of the world, Angkor Wat has an unrivaled state of scenery preservation and beauty. Situated in northern Cambodia, it is a magnificent and mighty place with its impressiveness surpassing that of Egypt pyramids and fine artistic distinctiveness just like that of Taj Mahal.

Singapore

Even though Singapore only has a population of about 5 million people, this small island country is listed as among the top world cities that are densely populated. With four nature reserves and more than fifty major parks, Singapore is an extremely green country which makes it an enchanting place to be.

Japan

The word Japan colloquially means ‘Land of Rising Sun’ and it is a nation where the future is integrated in the past. While Japanese people still observe their millennia culture, they have created and adopted some of the latest trends and modern trends in the world.

Bahrain

People know Bahrain as a place that has close relationship with water in most of its aspects. For instance, in Arabic, the name of the country translates to the ‘Two Seas’ and islands are characterized by greatly reduced landmass while water laps continuously on the shores.

Brunei

Brunei is a nation led by a Sultan-hence it is a Sultanate. Like other Southeast Asian states, Brunei is a rich producer of crude oil and natural gas. Brunei’s territory can be seen in the map as been surrounded by Malaysia and close to the location where the Indian Ocean meets with the great Pacific.