Looking for postcard perfect photos? Maybe it's time to make Asia your next trip. Asia is rich with so many scenic spots and places that are just perfect for photographers who want to capture something amazing in film. Grab your camera and start taking pictures of the most photogenic places in Asia.
The Taj Mahal is one of the most beautiful Islamic structures in the world. It was created by Mughal Shah Jahan way back in 1632 as a token of his love for Mumtaz Mahal, his third wife. The whole construction took 22 years to complete.
Until now it’s one of the most beautiful spots in India, known to show beautiful colors depending on the time of day and where the sun is.
Cherry Blossoms of Japan
For those looking for nature shots, you’ll want to focus your lens on the Cherry Blossoms of Japan. These flowers bloom somewhere near the end of March. What’s so fascinating about this phenomenon is that the blossoming starts off at the south and takes place northwards.
People also enjoy picnicking under these trees – a custom called Hanami – and they look to the weather forecasts that follow the unfolding of the season for guidance. Make sure you don’t miss them, because the blossoms only last for two weeks.
In Thailand, the Sukhothai Ruins are what’s left of the capital of the empire way back in the 13th and 14th centuries. Today, this historical sight that’s home to gigantic Buddha statues and old palace structures is a sight to behold especially during the night.
Find the perfect spot at night to take beautiful landscape photos of this place.
Skyline of Hong Kong
Make your way to Victory Peak or Victory Harbor and witness one of the most beautiful skylines in the world – the Skyline of Hong Kong.
Thanks to the futuristic landscape of Hong Kong, the harmonious combination of light and structures is worth the best angles.
Ta Prohm ruins in Cambodia
For those who want to capture nature in one of its most untouched forms, try visiting the Ta Prohm ruins in Cambodia. This former Buddhist temple that was first discovered by French explorers, but since then it’s been left untouched.
You can see trees literally growing out of the ruins and mosses taking over the ruins – it’s as if nature itself has taken residence in the temples.
Great Wall of China
Among the most photogenic places in Asia, who hasn’t heard of the Great Wall of China? Originally built to protect China from nomadic groups outside its borders, the Great Wall now beautifully sets itself across mountains and plateaus.
People used to think that this man-made structure is so huge that it can be seen from space, but this has been disproved long ago. Despite that, it remains a beautiful sight up close.
Banaue Rice Terraces
There is also a place in the Philippines called the Banaue Rice Terraces, mountains that were carved by the local tribes Ifugao over 2000 years ago.
Aside from being a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this historical agricultural innovation is also one of the famed eight wonders of the world.