Danum Valley Conservation Area boasts one of the richest conservation areas in the world with over 200 species of tree per hectare thriving on it. It serves as a natural home for endangered species like the Sumatran Rhino, Orang Utan, Proboscis Monkey, Asian Elephant, and a vast range of Sabah’s flora and fauna.
Mount Kinabalu, Sabah
Mount Kinabalu is the tallest mountain in Malaysia and in South East Asia. Standing at 4,095 metres (13,435 feet), Mount Kinabalu exerts a magical quality that is both indescribable and unbelievable. The granite peaks are constantly veiled in wisps of clouds which resemble a graceful woman peeping coyly from behind the veil. At times during a clear day, the summit reveals a distinct glacier carved pinnacles, rising from the smooth granite dome, exuberating tranquility and peacefulness.
Tunku Abdul Rahman Park, Kota Kinabalu
Tunku Abdul Rahman Park is a state park located in Gaya Bay, 3 kilometers offshore from Kota Kinabalu. The Park covers an area of 50 sq kilometers comprising five islands (Pulau Gaya, Manukan, Mamutik, Sapi, and Sulug), their surrounding reefs, and sea. Its main objective is to protect their fauna, flora, and marine eco-systems.
Myeongdong is one of the primary shopping districts in Seoul. The two main streets meet in the center of the block with one beginning from Myeongdong Subway Station and the other from Lotte Department Store at Euljiro. Many brand name shops and department stores line the streets and alleys. Common products for sale include clothes, shoes, and accessories.
Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak, Jeju
Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak rose from under the sea in a volcanic eruption over 100,000 years ago. Located on the eastern end of Jeju Island, there is a huge crater at the top of Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak. The crater is about 600m in diameter and 90m high. With the 99 sharp rocks surrounding the crater, it looks like a gigantic crown. The sunrise from the crater is magnificent. It is also surrounded by bright yellow colored rapeseed flowers in the spring is truly a sight to behold.
Mount Fuji, Japan
Mount Fuji is 3776 metres Japan's highest mountain. It is not surprising that the nearly perfectly shaped volcano has been worshiped as a sacred mountain and experienced big popularity among artists and common people throughout the centuries. Mount Fuji is an active volcano, which most recently erupted in 1708. It stands on the border between Yamanashi and Shizuoka Prefectures and can be seen from Tokyo and Yokohama on clear days.