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Romantic Asian Sunsets To Watch With Your Valentine

Asia is a destination that needs no introduction. A lot of travellers go in and out of the continent all year long because Asia has a very specific charm that you cannot find anywhere else. It is a destination where you can experience different cultures, taste different flavours, meet a lot of interesting people, and since it’s Valentine’s Day, it is a destination where you could appreciate the most breath-taking sunsets with the person you love.

Asian Sunsets That Will Make You Fall Even More In Love

We’ve been talking about different ways one can celebrate Valentine’s Day, and, of course, we’ve covered the usual suggestions like flowers, a nice dinner date, or a DIY date at home with some candles. But, when you’re in Asia, your Valentine’s Day can be as simple as watching Asian sunsets in locations where you get the best view:

Ha Long Bay, Vietnam

Also known as the Bay of the Descending Dragons, Ha Long Bay can be found in the northeast part of Vietnam. The Bay boasts of mystical-looking emerald waters and sky-high limestone islands with rainforests on top. Can you imagine taking a cruise here with your Valentine as the sun is setting? There’s nothing like watching Asian sunsets in Ha Long Bay.

Bagan, Myanmar

Bagan - Romantic Asian Sunsets To Watch With Your Valentine
Bagan Sunset

The ancient city of Bagan in Myanmar was formerly known as Burma. It stands on the Eastern banks of the Ayeyarwady River and is Southwest of Mandalay. The city has been made famous by its Bagan Archaeological Area, where you will find more than 2,000 Buddhist monuments. Be ready to watch the sun kiss the temples’ tips. If you want to level up your Valentine’s Day date, you can rent a hot air balloon and watch the sunset from the sky.

Vang Vieng, Laos

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Vang Vieng Sunset

Van Vieng is a tourist-friendly destination located in the province of Vientiane. It will take about four hours to travel to this location from the capital, but it’ll be worth it once you see how majestic the sunset is. Of course, it’s not just the Asian sunsets that attract tourists from all over the world. Vang Vieng is teeming with different activities to do like hiking, exploring caves, and partying the night away.

Which of the three Asian sunsets do you think you’re more likely to take your Valentine to? We would love to know so leave your answers in the comment section. If you want more interesting posts, visit the blog or head to AsianDate to find love on this special day.