Paro Taktsang, also known as Tiger Nest is a sacred monasteries and pilgrimage sites in the Himalaya for Buddhists. Founded in the 8th century by the Tantric saint of Bhutan, Guru Rinpoche, who flew here on the back of a tigress to meditate in order to subdue a demon. Taktsang is located at 3,120 metres overlooking Paro valley.

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The pathway into Trongsa Dzong in Central Bhutan. In the medieval time, all the King's horses, armies, villagers, their livestocks, traders and everyone who wants to get from the north to the south of Bhutan will have to pass through this pathway.

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Wangdicholing Dzong is Bhutan’s masterpiece of architecture built in 1851 by Trongsa Penlop Jigme Namgyal.

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There are over 2,200 temples across this large plain of Bagan in Myanmar. These structures were built between 11th to the 13th Centuries during the hay day of the Kingdom of Pagan which unified the region that is the modern Myanmar of today.

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The 27 metres high watch tower of Inwa is on the site of the deserted Palace of Ava. Inwa is located in the Mandalay region of Myanmar. It was once the imperial capital of Burmese kingdom for almost 360 years. 

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Swayambhunath is one of the oldest religious sites in Nepal established in the 5th century. Located on a hill overlooking Kathmandu Valley, this is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Collecting water from ancient stone spouts or hiti which some are still flowing with water - Nepal.

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The finest medieval architecture in Bhaktapur that reflects the glory days of the Malla dynasty (1200-1770). Bhaktapur is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Nepal. 

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Wood carvings like these are believed to be crafted in the 12th centuries. Each carving depicts a story of some sort and are found in many buildings in Bhaktapur until present days. Bhaktapur is one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites in Nepal. 

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Wooden architecture from the medieval era in Patan, Nepal.

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