1. Taktshang Shrine is the most famous temple in Bhutan. Could be one of them because of the unique location of this temple is located on edge as high as 3120 meters (10,200 feet), partly in the 700 meters (2,300 feet) above the bottom of Paro valley, 10 kilometers from the town of Paro district. This monastery has seven temples which can be visited. But some parts of the monastery is being renovated due to fire badly damaged. One way to achieve this monastery is the rock uphill.
2. Buddhist Temple Wat Rong Khun in Chiang Rai, Thailand, the model is not like conventional temple. The temple was designed by Chalermchai Kositpipat. Construction started in 1998 and is expected to end in 2008. Wat Rong Khun is different from other temples in Thailand,) is designed in several parts of white glass instead of white. The white color used to symbolize the purity of Buddha, while the use of white glass symbolizes the Buddha's wisdom that illuminates the entire face of the earth and everything.
3. Prambanan is the largest Hindu temple complex in Central Java, Indonesia. Located about 18 kilometers east of Yogyakarta city. The temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the largest Hindu temple in Southeast Asia. It is characterized by tall and pointed architecture, typical of Hindu temple architecture, and with a 47m high.
4. Shwedagon Pagoda, also known as the Golden Pagoda in Rangoon, Burma. Stupa as high as 98 meters (about 321.5 feet) gilded golden color. The temple is located on the west Kandawgyi Lake, in Singuttara Hill, looked striking in the city skyline.
5. Temple of Heaven, which literally means the altar of heaven is a complex of Taoist buildings situated in the southeast of Beijing, in Xuanwu District. Every year the Emperor Ming and Qing Dynasty Emperor kKompleks visit this temple to attend ceremony of thanksgiving for good harvest. Taoist temple This temple is considered even that did not come here only those who are Tao. Especially the kings who ruled before the trust Taoism entrance.
6. Chion'in Temple in Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto, Japan is central to the Jodo Shu (Pure Land Sect) founded by Honen (1133-1212). In the vast space Chion where Honen spread his teachings until the end.
7. Sri Harmandir Sahib or Darbar Sahib is often referred to as The Golden Temple or the Temple. This is where the most important places of worship of the Sikhs and one of the oldest temple Sikh gurdwaras. The temple is located in the city of Amritsar, which was founded by Guru Ram Das, known as the "Teacher In Nagri" meaning city of the Sikh Guru.
8. Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple (Srirangam) - Occupying an area of 156 acres (6,31,000 m²) makes this temple to share a single one of the largest in India and one of the largest religious complex in the world. But in fact, easily Srirangam temple called the temple that is running the biggest Hindu religious activities in the world (Angkor Wat being the largest does not perform the function of the temple). The temple is enclosed by a wall seven feet high 32.592 or more than 6 miles. The walls are covered with 21 Gopurams (tower). One of the remarkable of this temple is the number of pillars in it. Called the 'hall of 1000 pilars "(actually the number 953 pillars).
9. Angkor Wat (or Angkor Vat), a complex of temples at Angkor, Cambodia, built for King Suryavarman II in the early 12th century. He made the temple as a center of government and capital city. This temple was first established since until now the center of Hindu religion. This temple dedicated to Vishnu, the Buddha. This temple was built with the classic style of Khmer architecture. This temple is a symbol of Cambodia, it was illustrated by the inclusion of pictures of this temple on the Cambodian national flag. And certainly, Angkor Wat became one tourist attraction coming to this country.