8. Bali – Indonesia
With its cushy luxury hotels, glorious sunsets, ancient temples and miles of dreamy beaches, it is no wonder a lot of travelers consider Bali as the top destination for romantic couples and honeymooners. But the thing is, Bali is more than just a honeymoon destination. For the uninitiated, Bali also has a rocky interior ripe for nature lovers and thrill seekers. Not to mention, you can book your accommodations for a surprisingly affordable price at an independent hotel in Bali.
9. Vigan – Philippines
Drenched in culture and history, this UNESCO World Heritage site is one of the country’s very few remaining historic 16th century towns. A mash-up of European colonial architectures and old Asian traditions, Vigan has a charming old-world feel, appeasing history buffs with its majestic mansions, horse-drawn carriages, and cobblestone walkways.