Arugam Bay, a tiny place with the best surf in the country, is situated on the Indian Ocean in the dry zone of Sri Lanka’s southeastern coast. Arugam Bay underwent a 10-year reconstruction after the 2004 tsunami and now serves as one of the world’s hottest surfing stations.
Here you’ll find surfboards and scrawled signs on hotel doors writing “gone surfing, back soon” everywhere.
Giant Panda, hotpot, national park, ethnic minority cultural village and Giant Buddha of Le Shan, Sichuan Province in 2018 is bursting with reasons to go.
Situated in southwest China, Sichuan Province has been the gateway to Tibet Autonomous Region. Starting in 2018, a Sichuan-Tibet Railway will be launched, linking Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan Province, to Lhasa in 15 hours. Up north, you can visit the scenic Jiuzhaigou National Park, climb the Mount Le Shan to see the Great Buddha and have a look at the well-loved black-and-white panda.
The UNESCO-recognized Komodo National Park lies on the island of Komodo in Indonesia. Visitors can hike to the famous viewpoint on Padar, enjoy the sunshine on Kannawa, dive with the fantastic marine lives and see the illustrious lizard on the island.