Five best places for a view in South East Asia

Looking down from above is the best way to get an overview of a new city. It gives you the story of a city in a nutshell. You get to see the shape, from the central business district to the urban sprawl as far as the eye can see. You will spy the old juxtaposed with the shiny new. It helps you decide what you really want to see and what you can afford to miss if time is on a budget. Some of the top tall buildings or viewing points  where you can do just this includes…

K L Tower in Kuala Lumpur

Banyan Tree  in Bangkok

Pan Pacific  in Singapore

Bitexco Tower Ho Chi Minh City

The Peak, Hong Kong

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