Listed in the UNESCO World Heritage in 1987, The Great Wall of China is a fortification built and rebuilt between the 5Th century BC and the 16Th century.
The Potala Palace was the chief residence of the Dalai Lama until the 14th Dalai Lama ran to India, after an invasion in 1959. Today the Potala Palace has been converted into a museum by the Chinese.
If you don't want to relax in your own home, and want to be thrown off balance all the time, you should definitely try living in one of this apartments.
This 274 metres long and 8 metres wide Henderson Waves is the highest pedestrian bridge in Singapore.
This is Japan's oldest castle tower, and in the summer time it is host to an exciting drum festival.
In the center of Nagoya City, this castle is most famous for 'shachihoko,' the golden orcas that adorn the roof of its castle tower.
Taktsang Monastery (also called Tiger's Nest) is situated on the edge of a 1200m vertical cliff, a monastery said to be the origin of Buddhism in Bhutan.
One of the most spectacular bridges in the world, 700 meters above sea level, giving you a pump of adrenaline.
An ancient rock fortress and palace, one of the seven World Heritage Sites of Sri Lanka.
A very creative 'Z' criss-cross building made its appearance in Beijing Central Business District in 2009.
The 509 meters high and 101 stories building hold the record for the tallest building in the world for six years, from 2004 to 2010.
This is the site of the once-magnificent capital of the Vijayanagar Empire. The ruins are a 26sq km UNESCO World Heritage site.