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Muse: Temples

Can you imagine living in a secular country but with the Muslims as the majority, yet the people continue to preserve its ancient traditions and temples for centuries? Imagine no more: Indonesia is the perfect example.

I can’t remember how long I’ve been drawn to ancient temples and other heritage sites, but my travel itineraries often hover around the existence of those places of worship; be it in my own country or elsewhere in Asia. Today I’m going to show you some of Asia’s breathtaking temples.

angkorwat
Angkor Wat, Cambodia

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