Southeast Asia might be known for being light on the wallet, but it’s definitely rich in character, history, and absolutely incredible sights!
That’s exactly why Allison and Eric Bieller, the husband and wife travel vlogging duo from The Endless Adventure, have put SEA at the top of their travel list.
Always on the lookout for adventures on a budget, these photos are what inspired them to say goodbye to the states and head east.
Warning, these pics will induce serious wanderlust!
Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, Cambodia, measures over 400 square kilometres, making it the world’s largest temple grounds.
A hot air balloon ride over Vang Vieng, Laos, gives you a breathtaking view of the mountainous terrain.
With the majority of Vietnam’s population living near the Mekong Delta and Red River Delta, a fishing or boat tour is a perfect way to get a glimpse into Vietnamese life.
There are over 2,200 temples to explore in the ancient city of Bagan, Myanmar.
Singapore might be known for its gardens, but Marina Bay in Singapore’s Central Area is an amazing sight to behold at night.
Sunrise at Mount Bromo, an active volcano in the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park in East Java, Indonesia, makes getting up early totally worth it.
It’s hard to believe that the rice terraces of Banaue in Ifugao, Philippines, were carved largely by hand over 2,000 years ago.
The Jame’Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque, known locally as the Kiarong Mosque, is the largest mosque in Brunei and is equally stunning by day or lit up at night.
The entrance to Batu Caves in Selangor, Malaysia, boasts the largest statue of the Hindu deity, Murugan, which stands 140ft tall.
Water sports from snorkeling to jet skiing to parasailing are among the most popular things to do in Phuket, Thailand, and for good reason – the waters are warm and the average temperature is 29°C / 83°F.
This is a guest post curated by The Endless Adventure.
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