Must-See UNESCO World Heritage Sites in our Neighboring Southeast Asian Countries
Bucket list alert!
by Marky Ramone Go | July 17, 2017
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We already know the different UNESCO World Heritage sites in the Philippines teems with historical, cultural and natural grandeur. Also situated in our neighboring countries in Southeast Asia, a number of landmarks — both natural and man-made that are also brimming with history and charm, awaits travelers. To help you plot your historical hopping bucket list in South East Asia, here are some must-see UNESCO World Heritage Sites.[/whole] [/row]
Historic City of Ayutthaya
One would need half a day at the least, to explore this vast area comprising of beautiful ruins of the old city of Ayutthaya — which dates back to the kingdom of King Ramathibodi I in 1351. Ever seen that image of the head of Buddha entwined in the roots of a tree? Yes, that’s in Ayutthaya and among else located here — are grand temples and other majestic reminders of a storied past.
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