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Here are the top ten articles for the Southeast Asia Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Exploring Yogyakarta, the Javanese High culture
Yogyakarta has more than any other of Java’s towns. It offers the presence of an ancient Javanese high culture that can still be seen, felt and heard.
2. Penang, The Cool Spot in Malaysia
Penang, Malaysia is a place of melting pot where many identities – Malay, Chinese, Indian, British colonial and tourists mix together into a beautiful knot.
3. Tokyo Sake Tours
A sake brewery tour is a fun way to learn about this delicious drink. Many breweries are installing English speaking tour guides and/or English language brochures.
4. Vietnamese Snake Wine
Snake wine is allegedly can cure any sickness from rheumatism, hair loss, arthritis, farsightedness, lumbago, leprosy, as well as a general all-round tonic. This is an alcoholic beverage made from distilled rice wine infused with snakes or other animals.
5. Lombok - The Other Side of Bali
Lombok Island is only 30 miles away from Bali but it offers a more tranquil atmosphere with spectacular beaches, unspoiled natural landscape and much less cheaper than Bali.
6. Toraja Land – The Unique Funeral Ceremony
Toraja land is most well known for its elaborate funeral ceremonies that can take days and involve entire villages.
7. Marina Bay – Singapore’s Top Appeal
Marina Bay has been the most tourist attraction in Singapore. It is a booming and lively place to live, work and play that embraces the opportunities and activities the city can offer.
8. Places You Should Not Miss In Bangkok
Being the most populous city in Thailand yet Bangkok is offering a charm of beauty in its cultural, historic and natural attractions for everyone.
9. Nyepi, The Day of Silence In Bali
If you happen to visit Bali on Nyepi day or the Day of Silence, you can observe the unusual thing, the quiet on the streets and beaches as the Hindu Balinese people refrain from worldly and physical activities for 24 hours.
10. Luang Prabang - The Ancient City in Laos
The UNESCO World Heritage site of Luang Prabang is a small and ancient city in Laos that still keep the tradition and religious Buddhist Alms Giving Ceremony
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