1. Japanese Cafe

  2. Japan

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  3. Grand Palace, Bangkok, Thailand 

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  4. Mu Cang Chai, Yen Bai Province, Vietnam

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  5. Taiwan

  6. Bulguksa pond, South Korea

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  7. Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park is located in East Java, Indonesia. It is the only conservation area in Indonesia that has a sand sea with the caldera of an ancient volcano (Tengger) from which 4 new volcanic cones have emerged. This unique feature covers an area of 5,250 hectars at an altitude of 2,100 meters. The massif also contains the highest mountain in Java, Mount Semeru (3,676 m), 4 lakes and 50 rivers. 

  8. The Detian Waterfalls (德天瀑布/Thác Bản Giốc) are said to be Asia’s largest transnational waterfalls because they are shared by both China and Vietnam. 

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  9. View from 8th station of Mount Fuji, Japan

  10. Gyeongbokgung, South Korea

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  11. Chendu, China

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  12. Taipei (臺北市; 台北市) is the capital of Taiwan. Situated at the northern tip of Taiwan, it is located on the Tamsui River 25 km southwest of Keelung, a port city on the Pacific. The city proper is home to about 2,618,772 people. Taipei, New Taipei, and Keelung together form the Taipei–Keelung metropolitan area with a population of 6,900,273. Taipei was founded in the early 18th century and became an important center for overseas trade in the 19th century. The Qing Dynasty of China made it the provincial capital of Taiwan in 1886. Japan acquired Taiwan in 1895 after the First Sino-Japanese War. Taiwan became a colony of Imperial Japan with Taipei as its capital. 

  15. Bali, Indonesia

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