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Have you always wanted to visit Asia, but you’re not sure where to begin planning your trip? No need to look any further! We have collected a compilation of 20 stunning photographs that will make you want to pack your bags and go throughout the magnificent and varied continent of Asia. These pictures will give you an idea of some of the many different cultures and things to do that are available in Asia. They will take you from the verdant rice terraces and waterfalls of Indonesia to the crowded streets of Seoul, South Korea.
For photographers visiting Seoul, South Korea, DDP Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP) is a must-see location. This cultural complex, which is situated in the busy district of Dongdaemun, is a visual feast because to its outstanding interior and exterior architecture and design.You’ll be captivated by DDP’s distinctive and modern architecture the moment you arrive. The structure’s wavy lines and organic patterns are both captivating and inviting, making it the ideal backdrop for photographs. There are numerous possibilities to take stunning photos of the building’s façade, whether you’re using a phone or a DSLR.
Tourists to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, shouldn’t miss the Batu Caves. These ancient limestone caves are a popular photography spot, just a short train ride outside of the city. They are also home to Hindu temples and shrines.
The giant gold-plated statue of Lord Murugan, the Hindu god of war, that stands guard at the entrance to the Batu Caves is easily the most recognisably identifiable aspect of the temple complex. The 272 steps to the caves’ summit reward visitors with breathtaking panoramas of the forest and the city below.
Kuala Lumpur, the Malaysian capital, is worth visiting for a variety of reasons. The city is home to several iconic monuments, like the Petronas Twin Towers and the Thean Hou Temple, as well as attractive parks and gardens, including the KLCC Park and the Perdana Botanical Garden. Furthermore, Kuala Lumpur is a cultural melting pot with a rich history and a thriving cuisine and arts scene. Visitors can learn about the city’s many cultural influences by experiencing its culinary, shopping, and entertainment offerings. Overall, Kuala Lumpur is a must-see for everyone interested in seeing the beauty and diversity of Southeast Asia.
Seoul is the capital city of South Korea and is a bustling metropolis with a population of over 10 million people. Seoul is becoming more and more popular as a travel destination, and not without reason. You will find modern skyscrapers, a state-of-the-art subway, rising pop culture, but also Buddhist temples, historic palaces and street markets. Located on the Han River, Seoul is known for its rich history, vibrant culture, and bustling city life. The following is a list of the 12 attractions in Seoul that we found to be the most impressive. If you’re visiting Seoul, you should definitely check them out.
The Starfield Library boasts a lofty, glass-enclosed atrium filled with books, plants, and natural light, making it a very exceptional and stunning location. Over 200,000 books, spanning many different genres and disciplines, can be found at the library. You can stroll through the room with a sense of fluidity and movement thanks to the spiral arrangement of the shelves.
The breathtaking views of the surrounding metropolis are one of the highlights of the Starfield Library. The COEX Mall’s top floor houses the library, which provides sweeping views of the cityscape and the area. You can view the city via the atrium’s glass walls as you browse the shelves, giving you a totally distinctive perspective on it.
A must-visit location for both tourists and photographers is Bukchon Hanok Village. This lovely area, which lies in the center of Seoul, South Korea, is dotted with Joseon Dynasty-era hanoks, or traditional Korean homes. These homes make a beautiful backdrop for photographs because of their exquisite lines and elaborate detailing.Exploring Bukchon Hanok Village will provide you with countless chances to take beautiful pictures. Hanoks of all sizes and shapes are dotted along the winding, tiny streets, each with its own distinct personality. The homes have a warm, rustic charm since they are constructed of natural materials like wood, stone, and clay. Exquisite tile work adorns the roofs, and intricate carvings and patterns cover the walls.
Kyoto is one of the most beautiful cities in Japan, if not the world. It is best known for its abundance of historic temples and shrines. You could easily be overwhelmed trying to find the most beautiful ones as there are just too many. Especially if you only spend a few days in Kyoto, you should focus on the highlights. So we’ve put together a list of the top five temples and shrines that we hope will help you plan your trip. The most popular temples in Kyoto include the Kiyomizu-dera, perched on a cliff overlooking the city, the Fushimi Inari Shrine with its long rows of red torii gates, the Enkou-ji Temple with its stunning gardens, the Kinkaku-ji Temple, also known as the “Golden Pavilion”, and the Ginkaku-ji Temple, also known as the “Silver Pavilion”. You should’t miss these in any case during your time in Kyoto.
Osaka Castle is one of the most beautiful places in the area. Around the castle is a large park area. From every direction there is a great view of the castle. A beautiful cherry blossom grove surrounds the castle, so especially during the cherry blossom season in spring is a good time to visit the castle, as the whole park blossoms in a delicate pink color.
The park area is always accessible and free of charge. You can wander around for hours, but you can also visit inside the castle itself. The castle offers a breathtaking view of Osaka’s skyline and its surrounding landscape from a vantage point.
Enkouji Temple is located in the northeast of Kyoto. Especially for photographers this place is fun because of the versatile garden, which is located behind the main building. At any time of the year and day, you can take fantastic pictures here, even when the sun is high during lunchtime, thanks to the tall trees. There is a small bamboo forest, many stone paths, and if you are attentive you will also discover small Buddha statues in the enchanting moss garden.
Kiyomizu-dera is a beautiful temple in the city of Kyoto in Japan. It is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites and one of the most famous and popular sights in Japan. The temple was built in 780 and is an important part of Japanese culture and history. The temple stands on a hill and offers a breathtaking view of the city of Kyoto. The name Kiyomizu-dera translates to “Temple of Pure Water” and refers to the spring that rises in the temple and flows through it. Visitors can drink the clear water from the well as it is said to have healing properties.
Fushimi-Inari is an incredible shrine in the south of Kyoto. The famous “Senbon Torii” (gates made of red arches) are one of the most famous attractions in Japan and provide photographers with the perfect backdrop to capture beautiful shots. This sacred mountain Inariyama in southern Kyoto is full of colors, wooden architecture and natural landscapes. There are many stunning places to whip out your camera – from the magnificent main shrine to the more than 10,000 torii gates on the hillside.
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