5 beautiful cities to visit in Asia
Get over Europe, Asia has some of the most amazing places to visit
When it comes to beauty, it is really hard to tell which one is better than the other, as beauty is a subjective thing, which depends on individual taste, experience, and expectations. Similarly, when we talk about beautiful places, it is very difficult to rank them in order, as I may find the hilly places more beautiful and appealing than the seashores, but you may think otherwise. So here are keeping in mind a general beauty standard, some of the cities are in Asia, that you shouldn’t miss. Normally when it comes to beautiful cities we tend to think of western countries especially Europe more, but some of these eastern or Asian cities are at par with the western cities.
Kyoto is situated in the Kansai region of Japan and is known as the most beautiful city in Japan and one of the most beautiful cities in Asia. The city is known for its mesmerizing mountainous landscape and more than 4,000 historical structures, shrines, temples, with gorgeous ancient landscapes and street patterns.
Lies in the southeastern part of the continent Singapore is one of the most developed cities of the world and certainly in Asia. It is both an island city-come-state. Roaming around the city you will find green skyscrapers, treetop jungle bridges, forest areas, and the famous Botanical garden. Not just awestruck architectures, Singapore is also a happening city to visit with high-end restaurants, fashion streets, universal studios, etc.
Situated in the state of Rajasthan, Udaipur is known as the city of lakes and is one of the most beautiful cities in Asia. From mesmerizing tranquil lakes to breathtaking palaces, Havelis, royal gardens, museums, and beautiful Aravalli Mountains, Udaipur is a paradise for every traveler.
One of the most happening and exciting places in the world, Bangkok, the capital of Thailand is a place for both fun and beauty. It is home to the world’s most impressive temples, biggest markets, vibrant neighborhoods, and markets.
Siem Reap, Cambodia
Gateway to the world-famous Angkor region, Siem Reap is home to the magnificent temples left behind by the Khmer civilization. The largest religious monument in the world, Angkor Wat was built in the early 12th century and stretches over an area of over 160 hectares. Apart from the ancient structures, the city offers a mix of Chinese and French colonial vibe with its architecture and food habits.