Australians are rarely visited destinations in Southeast Asia, ч2

21 July, 2016


Kathmandu is one of the places of arrival on the radar of Australian holidaymakers. Photo source: IStock

Kathmandu, Nepal

Thanks to the active desire to destroy all traces of the earthquake 2015 year, fascinating capital of Nepal became again open for tourist business.

Travellers can revisit Kathmandu's stunning architectural heritage, as a cultural treasure, and its shops and restaurants. Kathmandu is also obvious gateway to majestic Himalayas.

Agoda's popular online hotel booking system has recently recorded a 144 per cent year-on-year increase in Australians booking tours to Nepal.

Colorful and bright Sapporo. Photo: Liam Ficgibbon

Padang, Indonesia

When the Australians want to catch a wave outside the continent or go tropical camping, they are all more eager to get into Padang, capital of West Sumatra province.

His food is very popular, being the world's most famous culinary delight in Indonesia.

Sapporo, Japan

Perhaps there is no better place, where you can enjoy the culinary riches of Hokkaido, than in his underrated capital.

Sapporo is also the gateway to the world-class ski resorts of Hokkaido. Every year in February the snow festival is held here, a huge ice sculpture.



Sapporo is also famous for beer, Sapporo beer Museum offers a tour of the brewery and tasting of city history.

Mount Fuji and Lake Ashi, Hakone.

Hakone, Japan

An easy day trip from Tokyo to the mountain Hakone is the perfect way, to escape from the urban jungle capital and for several nights and soak up the famous Onsen (Hot Springs) culture Japan.

Hakone also may offer some spiritual respite, If you visit the Hakone Jinja Shinto shrine on the shore of Lake Ashi.

The city also offers a stunning view of Mount Fuji, Japan's highest mountain peak 3776 Metres away.

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