Sieam Reap, Cambodia
Cambodia is referred to as "the new Thailand" and it's a city you must see as it Sieam Reap. The town is most famous for the nearby ruined city Angor, who is the city's premier division. Take a trip to Cambodian Cultural Village to learn about Cambodia's cultural history, or take a little bargain round at Angora night market. After a shopping spree of fresh foods and clothes, you can relax in one of the bars on the same street with a Angkor ( Cambodian beer ).
The most popular holiday destination according to rating of Traveler's Choice, is magical Marrakech. The city is not the biggest in Morocco, but is certainly the most exotic and African, compared with other Moroccan cities such as Agadir, Casablanka, Rabat and Tangier. A trip to Marrakech gives you an experience of another world. Djemaa el-Fna square must be visited and it is actually on the list of UNESCO's world heritage.
Queenstown, New Zealand
Queenstown is something for those who love outdoor activities - whether you want to kayak, bungee jump, boating, hiking or skiing. It attracts tourists here and is most known for being the location where several scenes from Lord of the Rings have been shot.
Kathmandu, capital of Nepal is full of historical monuments, ancient temples and fascinating villages. Visit Durbar Square to mingle with local people and free-range monkeys, or go on a hike to Thamel District.