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Tel Aviv #1 - Israel

Tel Aviv, also known as "Miami of the Middle East", is the capital of Israel. It's the perfect introduction to the country's culture and lifestyle.

Qom #9 - Iran

Qom is the second holiest city in Iran, home of the incredible Fatima Masumeh Shrine, the resting place of the daughter of the seventh Imam.

Masouleh #8 - Iran

Very famous among locals, Masouleh is an architectural beauty where rooftops and courtyards mix together.

Alamut Valley #7 - Iran

Zarabad in the Alamut Valley is a calm and typical town with mountains and a spectacular nature all around.

Kashan #6 - Iran

Kashan is a city in the Isfahan province best known for its famous historic houses. Its charm is thus mainly due to the contrast between the parched immensit...

Esfahan #5 - Iran

Esfahan, also known as Half of the World, is the most friendly city in Iran, home of the most beautiful mosques in the country.

Varzaneh #4 - Iran

Varzaneh is the perfect gateway for those wanting to get off the beaten track and visiting a salt lake and a desert on the same day.

Yazd #3 - Iran

Yazd is a stunning desert town with some unique architecture with mud brick houses and winding lanes. Hard to find any other place like Yazd.

Shiraz #2 - Iran

Known as the city of wine, poets and literature, it's easy to understand why so many people visit it. The laid back and charming vibe, along with world class...

Tehran #1 - Iran

Tehran is a bustling cosmopolitan city where nearly 14 million people live. The capital is the most secular and liberal city in the country, full of stylish ...


Aswan #3 - Egypt

Aswan is a laid back city in the south of Egypt and is a mandatory stop for everyone that wish to visit Abu Simbel.

Luxor #2 - Egypt

Luxor, the former capital of Egypt, is full of history, amazing landscapes and beautiful people. The town is considered by many the world's greatest open-air...

Cairo #1 - Egypt

Cairo is one of the largest cities in both Africa and the Middle East and it is home to the only remaining Wonder of the Ancient World, the Great Pyramid of ...

Luang Prabang #5 - Lao

The town of Luang Prabang is a Unesco World Heritage Site. The town stands out for its laid back atmosphere and beautiful and clean downtown.

Vang Vieng #4 - Lao

Vang Vieng is Lao's nature at its best. It is the stunning scenery of river and rock formations surrounding this place that will keep you dreaming of Laos lo...


Vientiane #3 - Lao

Vientiane is the capital of Lao and probably the most calm capital of the SE Asia. I didn't find the city charming at all and left as soon as I could.

Bolaven Plateau #2 - Lao

The Bolaven Plateau is one of the highlights of any trip to Lao. Numerous waterfalls, coffee plantations and an adventure that you'll never forget.

4000 Islands #1 - Lao

The 4000 islands, also known as Si Phan Don, is a paradise lost in the south of Lao. Take a break to explore this beautiful area and enjoy the calmness.

Siem Reap #5 - Cambodia

Siem Reap is a magical place where ancient Khmer civilization adored their gods. No photo or adjective can do justice to the Khmer temples of the Angkor comp...

Battambang #4 - Cambodia

The second most populous city in Cambodia doesn't have much to offer in terms of sights and activities. I would say it was the least interesting place in Cam...

Koh Rong Samloem #3 - Cambodia

This undeveloped island is the perfect destination for beach lovers. You won't have electricity at all times or wifi, but you will have the most perfect beac...

Kep & Kampot #2 - Cambodia

Kep is a sleepy seaside town renowed for its seafood. Kampot, also sleepy, its the home to the arguably best pepper in the world.

Phnom Penh #1 - Cambodia

Phnom Penh is the capital and the most populous city of Cambodia. Once known as the Pearl of Asia, it was considered one of the loveliest French-built cities...

Ho Chi Minh City #7 - Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) is Vietnam's largest city and the previous capital during French rule. It is a city of commerce and culture that has driven the cou...

Đà Lạt #6 - Vietnam

Đà Lạt, also known as Le Petit Paris, is a big domestic destination mainly for honeymoons and families due to its beautiful nature and well preserved buildings.

Hội An #5 - Vietnam

Hội An is probably the most atmospheric and delightful town for tourists in Vietnam. The old town is very well preserved and bursts romantism.

Hué #4 - Vietnam

Hué, pronounced 'hway', is the most royal city in Vietnam, and used to be the capital of the country during the Nguyễn dynasty.

Tam Coc #3 - Vietnam

Tam Coc is home to limestone outcrops amid serene rice paddies. It is also called the Halong Bay on Land. A perfect stop to enjoy the amazing nature of Vietnam.

Cát Bà #2 - Vietnam

Cát Bà island is the largest island in Halong Bay and offers a cheap and less touristic way to visit the karsts on Lan Ha Bay.

Hanoi #1 - Vietnam

Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam and the second largest city in the country. It is a fascinating blend of East and West, combining traditional Sino-Vietnamese...

Varanasi #7 - India

Varanasi is considered the holy city of the dead. It is probably the most authentic and fascinating place I've ever been in my entire life. Everything is jus...

Jaipur #6 - India

Jaipur, also known as the Pink City, is the capital and largest city (in size) of the Indian state of Rahjhastan in Northern India.

Pushkar #5 - India

This (very) small place is one of the five sacred dhams (pilgrimage site) for devout Hindus.

Rishikesh #4 - India

It is considered the world capital of Yoga. It is known as the pilgrimage town and regarded as one of the holiest places to Hindus.

McLeod Ganj #3 - India

The little Tibet in India. This is where all the exiled government of Tibet resides, including the mighty Dalai Lama.

Amritsar #2 - India

Where Golden Temple is located, the home of Sikhs. It attracts more visitors than the Taj Mahal with more than 100,000 visitors on weekdays alone!

New Delhi #1 - India

The Busy Capital of India where ~25 million people live. The city is dirty, chaotic, busy and a mix of extremes. You'll love/hate it. There's no middle way.