Philippines is the only country in Southeast Asia with its own national park, and it has many other wonders to admire.
It is also home to the world’s oldest national park.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the park covers a whopping 2,827 square miles (9,500 square kilometers), and encompasses the entirety of the country’s archipelago.
The country’s capital, Manila, is the countrys largest city, and the Philippines has the worlds largest metropolitan area (MMA) with a population of over 3.2 billion people.
The Philippines is also the birthplace of Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte, the most powerful leader in the region.
Here are 10 of the world s most beautiful places to visit in Southeast Asian countries.
Sulu Island in Malaya The Philippines has a population that is just under 1.4 million people.
Sulkus Islands is a large and important land mass located at the mouth of the Pacific Ocean.
The islands form a triangle with a width of approximately 5,200 kilometers (3,200 miles).
Its a large area with a coastline stretching from the South China Sea to the Malay Peninsula, and is home to a diverse population of ethnicities and cultures.
In addition to the Sulu Islands, the country has a number of other islands and islands within the area.
Kota Kinabalu Island The most picturesque place in Southeast Asians, KotaKinabalu, is located in the Southern Philippines, at the tip of the island chain, between Malaysia and Vietnam.
Located at the intersection of two major river basins, Kaka Kinabaluc has been known as a place for many centuries for its scenic beauty and its isolation from mainland Malaysia.
Sabah Island Sabah is a semi-arid island on the Pacific coast of Malaysia.
It was named Sabah after a large, sand-colored sandbar with a large number of hills.
The Sabah Islands are among the most beautiful in the country, and visitors can take a guided tour there.
Jalan Nusa Kebangsaan The largest island in Indonesia, Jalan Jalan Kebangan, is a UNESCO World heritage site with an area of 7,500 sq. km (4,800 sq. miles).
Located at an altitude of 4,200 metres (13,000 feet), Jalan is home not only to the largest Buddhist temple in Indonesia but also the largest mosque in the world.
The island has been an important place of pilgrimage for thousands of years.
It has also hosted a number the most famous tourist destinations.
Siang Shan Island Siang is a relatively small island situated at the southern end of the Sumatra Sea.
Its an island of only 250 hectares (1,300 acres) and has a narrow coastline with no other landmass to the north.
Siena Island is a small island in the Siang Sea that is famous for its beautiful coral reefs.
Hana Hana is an archipelagic archipelag in the Indian Ocean, the largest of its kind in the sea.
It boasts a population in the hundreds of thousands and is known as one of the most biodiverse places in the entire world.
Located on the eastern tip of Indonesia, it is also one of Southeast Asias most biodivolved islands.
Nakhon Nha Trang The largest archipelad on the east coast of Thailand, Nakhons Nha Thachin is a country of just over 40 million people, and one of its largest cities.
It hosts several national parks and is also famous for being one of Asias best-preserved natural areas.
Bali is a popular destination for tourists, but its also known for being a very popular destination in Asia.
Located in Indonesia’s Aceh province, Bali has been dubbed the “world’s third most beautiful city” by Lonely Planet.
Phuket National Park Located in Thailand’s south-eastern Sabah province, Phukets National Park is home of the largest protected area in Southeast Southeast Asia, known as the Phukit Island Sanctuary.
The park covers more than 1,500,000 hectares (3.5 million acres) in protected area, which is considered one of Thailands most precious natural areas due to its abundance of coral, rainforests, and other ecological systems.
Borneo, Sumatra and Bali Indonesia is home in part to the Southeast Asian island of Borneas home of biodiversity, diversity, and abundance.
Bintan is the world capital of Sumatra, and a UNESCO world heritage site.
It lies just west of the Indian sea and is the birthplace for the Bintans famous Bintu religion.