2. Langkawi, Malaysia
Langkawi is the most popular and the most populated island of the 104 islands of the same called archipelago located in Malaysia. The archipelago belongs to the Malaysian state of Kedah, near the border with Thailand, so you will easily notice the Thai influence of this island’s culture. The most popular beach here in Langkawi is Pantai Cenang, known for its powdery white sand and wonderful water.

3. El Nido, Philippines
Don’t you just wish to be here with your loved one? Just looking at the picture made us want to be here, so it’s no wonder why El Nido is actually synonymous with paradise! The whole place is laid – back, which means is ideal if you’re looking for a rest and relaxation kind of a honeymoon vacation. El Nido is a really popular international destination that attracts many tourists, but still you should be aware that there are no hospitals or ATM machines.

4. Hoi An, Vietnam
Hoi An is a small town located in the central coast of Vietnam that many years ago was the country’s major port. Many Chinese and Japanese merchandisers came here, so the town was really influenced by these two cultures – you can notice this influence in the Hoi An’s food, architecture and the whole culture in general. Hoi An is also known as the “yellow town” due to the yellow facade that many houses have. Add the lanterns on the street and this is such a romantic place!

5. Trincomalee, Sri Lanka
Trincomalee is also known as Gokanna and is being located on the east coast of the island. It is a major port city that is also the home of some of the most picturesque beaches. Two of these are Uppuveli and Nilaveli located near the city. Besides the beautiful beaches, Trincomalee has other attractions as well – hot springs not far away from the city and also the Temple of a Thousand Pillars, one of the most popular historical buildings in the region. There is also a place known as Lover’s Leap, inspired by a true love tragedy.