17. Visit rare leopards in Sinharaja Forest Reserve, Sri Lanka

17. Visit rare leopards in Sinharaja Forest Reserve

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The last remaining tropical rainforest in Sri Lanka, if you’re lucky you may spot a rare Sri Lankan leopard or a purple-faced langur monkey.

18. The beautiful city of Luang Prabang, Laos

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This charming city is tucked in a green valley with the Mekong river winding peacefully past. French architecture from Indo-Chine era meets ornate stupas and temples. The best way to visit Luang Prabang is by boat or a train from Bangkok to the capital Vientiane then bus over the mountains.

19. Explore the mysterious Plain of Jars, Laos

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Some of these stone jars weigh up to 1 tonne, they remain one of the great mysteries of the ancient world. As a result of the Vietnam War there are unexploded American bombs in the area but large sections have been cleared for visitors.

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