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Top 5: Destinations to Add to Your South Asia Itinerary

by Holly Riddle

Jun 25, 2019

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Top 5 / Asia

Online travel platform YouDiscover ranked 93 destinations across 11 countries according to factors such as tourist infrastructure, range of activities, cost and more. These are the top five contenders to add to your South Asia itinerary now.


Siem Reap

In Cambodia, Siem Reap is the place to go if you’re interested in seeing the magnificent ruins of Angkor. The stone ruins include Angkor Wat, which you’ll find on Cambodia’s flag and in many an Instagram post from the region. The area has lots of hotels and resorts to choose from, as tourism heavily supports Siem Reap’s economy.



The biggest and most populous city in Thailand, Bangkok is a popular tourism destination with its many historical sights and urban amenities. Visit royal palaces, temples and national museums, and enjoy shopping at both luxury boutiques and local markets.



Small Singapore is young; it just celebrated its 50th birthday a few years ago. With a great airport, awesome food scene, beautiful public spaces and a great safety rating, Singapore is an easy pick for any globetrotter planning a trip to Southeast Asia.


Phnom Penh

The capital of Cambodia, Phnom Penh is also known as the Pearl of Asia. This populous city is a cultural center and offers lots of historical architecture and attractions, including French colonial buildings leftover from French colonization.


Da Nang

The fifth-largest city in Vietnam, Da Nang is highly urban and important for business, but also tourism. With multiple UNESCO World Heritage sites, picturesque natural settings, war history and cuisine, every traveler can find something to enjoy in Da Nang.


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