3.Seoul, South Korea
The hometown for many world’s largest companies, Seoul will surprise you with its fascinating mix of old and new. Very similar to Japan, however, full of unexpected places. Skyscrapers, high-tech public transport fight for
attention against Buddhist temples and cozy gardens. And you should definitely hit the karaoke.
Known for its nightlife, Bangkok will greet you with golden temples and a crazy city life. Street food is a must-have as you can try genuine Thai food and many weird snacks on the local markets. This place will puzzle you with its contrasts – huge shopping malls will neighbour traditional Thai houses. These small things make Bangkok a great place for urban exploration.
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