Must-See UNESCO World Heritage Sites in our Neighboring Southeast Asian Countries
Bucket list alert!
by Marky Ramone Go | July 17, 2017
Apart from Kinabalu Park, Malaysia still have other UNESCO World Heritage Sites that can be found at; the Historic towns of Melaka and George Town, Gunung Mulu National Park and the Archeological Heritage of the Lenggong Valley.
Ancient Cities of Pyu in Mandalay
Many will be surprised to know that the temples of Bagan are still under the tentative list for future UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Today though, Myanmar has only the ancient cities of Pyu included in the list. This area surrounds the five city states of Beikthano, Maingmaw, Binnaka, Halin and Sri Ksetra where ruins of the Tibeto-Burmese speaking Pyu civilization from as early as the 2nd century can still be found.