The Angkor Wat Ruins ruins in Cambodia is the most impressive ruins across Asia and only rivalled by Indonesia’s Borobudur. Constructed between the 12th and the 15th century, it is regarded as the largest religious monument in the world. While originally built as a Hindu temple during the Khmer Empire reign, it was slowly transformed into a Buddhist temple toward the end of the 12th century. Angkor Wat ranks #27 on our list.
#35 – Ruins of Baalbek, LEBANONThe best preserved ancient ruins in the Middle East.
#6 – Perito Moreno Glacier, ARGENTINAOne of the few glaciers in the world which is not currently retreating
#40 – Fairy Chimneys, TURKEYStay in a cave and sleep like....a caveman!
#47 – Old City of Warsaw, POLANDWarsaw has quaint squares surrounded by colourful buildings and alleys.