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9 most fascinating cities in Southeast Asia

The cities of Asia are not loved by all travelers – they have a poor organization and are often called chaotic anthills. However, they also have an inimitable charm, amazing cultural and historical sights, as well as a cuisine that will delight every gourmet. In Southeast Asia, there are many cities suitable for an exciting trip, and the list below provides a brief overview of the best of them: Turprom picked them up to inspire you on a new interesting trip!

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Bangkok, Thailand
“Big Mango” is the first stop of many travelers going to explore Southeast Asia. It is a vibrant, modern and slightly chaotic city with many attractions. The Royal Palace, temples, delicious street food and great nightclubs make your trip to Bangkok an unforgettable adventure. The city is also a good base for day trips. The main interest is the ruins of Ayutthaya and the Kwai River area.

Bangkok, Thailand

Chiang Mai, Thailand
After the bustling Bangkok, travelers can go to the north of the country to the city of Chiang Mai, which has preserved its traditions and is not too “tourist” place. Chiang Mai has delicious food, interesting sights and a leisurely rhythm of life. Curious tourists can take a trip to the surrounding hills to see how the local tribes live.

Chiang Mai, Thailand

Luang Prabang, Laos
The monks collecting alms in the mornings in Luang Prabang have almost become a symbol of Laos, a peaceful and quiet country with natural beauty and a relaxing atmosphere. Low prices and a distinctive culture make Luang Prabang a popular choice for experienced travelers.

Luang Prabang, Laos

Hanoi, Vietnam
The centuries-old Vietnamese capital Hanoi is a favorite among travelers, having all the advantages and disadvantages of a large city in Southeast Asia. The narrow streets of the old quarter, countless shops, cafes are ideal for walking and relaxing. The city is worth seeing the historic Hoan Kiem district, the Temple of Literature, the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, as well as exploring the magnificent architecture of the French quarter. Alternatively, you can go from Hanoi to enjoy the beauty of Halong Bay or the hilly Sapa region.

Hanoi, Vietnam

Hoi An, Vietnam
Hoi An is a city for those who want to admire the traditional architecture of Vietnam and learn more about the country’s life. This ancient city is marked by UNESCO and is not as subject to modernization as other cities in Vietnam. Colorful low-rise buildings, ancient temples, quiet streets and peaceful waterways form a wonderful atmosphere that everyone will like. It is worth noting that prices in Hoi An are very low, but they are skyrocketing in the historic district.

Hoi An, Vietnam

Phnom Penh, Cambodia
This city has a dark history that travelers seeking knowledge can explore at the local museums Tuol Sleng and Cheon Ek 11 kilometers from the city. Everyone else will be interested in exploring the Royal Palace, the Silver Pagoda and the National Museum with the best collection of Khmer artifacts outside of Angkor. Phnom Penh is also the heart of modern Cambodia with a fast-growing restaurant scene and vibrant nightclubs.

Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Siem Reap, Cambodia
The main reason Siem Reap is located on the tourist map is the Angkor Archaeological Park, once the former capital of the Khmer Empire, and now it is the largest religious monument in the world. Each visitor should explore the abandoned city of Angkor Thom, the Ta Prohm and Preah Khan temples, as well as meet the dawn above the massive central temple of the complex. The city itself, which has an excellent culinary scene and good markets, deserves attention.

Siem Reap, Cambodia

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Travelers often do not pay attention to Kuala Lumpur, going directly to the beaches, but do it in vain. At first, the city may seem overwhelming and chaotic, but once you figure it out, you can find a lot of fun in it – it’s an amazing mix of cultures, traditional temples and mosques, impressive modern buildings and serene green areas. In addition, near the city there are Batu Caves – a religious place surrounded by beautiful nature.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Singapore
The city-state of Singapore is unlike any of the places on the list. The combination of Malay, Chinese and Indian cultures together with modern skyscrapers, advanced technology and green spaces makes the city an amazing place that can amaze even experienced travelers. The city has many hotels and restaurants, convenient navigation and pretty biting prices.

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