Kunming is nicknamed the City of Eternal Spring because of its pleasant temperate weather, and is often used as a base for travellers wishing to explore the natural scenery of Yunnan. In addition to beautiful temples, pavilions, and street markets dotting the city, it also offers easy access to natural wonders like Dianchi Lake, Green Lake Park and Western Mountain Forest Reserve. Take some time to explore surrounding areas such as the UNESCO World Heritage-listed South China Karst, more popularly known as the stone forest. Also, don't miss the Dinosaur Valley, which has over 70 dinosaur skeletons on display, all dug up in the area.
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India can be a challenging destination for first-time visitors, but Goa's stretches of beach and Portuguese influences makes it one of the easiest places for visitors to start - partly because it's quite touristy. Most tourists stay at the seaside areas, checking out the Catholic and Hindu religious sites (the churches and convents are a UNESCO World Heritage site).
With direct flights to Kathmandu on Air Asia, it's never been easier to visit the fascinating capital of Nepal. Kathmandu is home to important Buddhist temples and stupas, and some good museums. If you're more into spirituality than hiking, go for a meditation course at a local monastery or vipassana centre
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Khao Sok National Park is one of Thailand's more well-known destinations, but often plays second or third fiddle to Phuket or Bangkok. If you're not afraid of the great outdoors and want to experience one of the world's best jungle reserves, head to Surat Thani or Phuket, then catch a bus to the reserve. It's best to take a tour that includes accommodation, food, and in-jungle transport... unless you are garang enough to wander around in the jungle all alone...
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This quiet university town is quickly becoming popular for visitors to Indonesia looking for alternatives to Bali and Jakarta. Not only is it artsy, it's also the gateway to the legendary Borobudur and Prambanan, stunning temple complexes and UNESCO World Heritage sites.
In between temple-hopping, you'll want to immerse yourself in the city, too, with its many historic buildings and examples of Dutch colonial architecture.