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AsianDate Reveals the 5 Most Breathtaking Asian Destinations Showcased in Major Movies Over the Years

AsianDate Reveals the 5 Most Breathtaking Asian Destinations Showcased in Major Movies Over the Years

AsianDate releases its list of top 5 Asian destinations seen in hit movies across the decades.

AsianDate, the popular online dating service with an international reach, has shared details of the top five Asian destinations that are favorite among movie-makers and remembered across the decades by film lovers. Movies over the years have shot scenes in these locations to provide viewers with enchanting and breathtaking visual experiences.

Many movie-goers have enjoyed the gorgeous landscapes and panoramas offered by Asian countries. There are many spectacular vistas that movie-makers can explore to create delightful visual moments. They entice viewers and create the urge to visit these places.

The first cinematic pick by AsianDate among the top five most breathtaking movie destinations is Phi Phi Leh Island in Thailand. This spectacular scenery has been the location in many adventurous movies including The Beach from 2000.

The second destination picked as the most stunning Asian scene committed to film is the Anhui Bamboo Forest, located in Guangde, Xuancheng, Anhui in China. The award-winning film Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon is one famous movie that showcased the amazing Anhui Bamboo Forest. The memorable place forms part of the breathtaking fight scenes in the movie.

AsianDate has chosen Ha Long Bay in Vietnam as the third most memorable Asian destination for movie making. This stunning and picturesque place has featured in a number of blockbusters. The most recent hit movie shot at the Ha Long Bay is Kong: Skull Island.

Coming fourth in AsianDate’s list of top Asian destinations for movies is the extremely romantic Grand Palace in Bangkok. This is one of the most special places for shooting key scenes. Filmmaking professionals over many generations have found something enchanting about this location. It can be seen in movies from the late 1950s like The King & I (1956) and Anna and the King made in 1999.

Last on the list of top five Asian movie destinations is the gorgeous and naturally blessed Sri Lanka. Many scenic places from the country have been featured in epic movies like Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) and The Bridge on the River Kwai from 1957.

Members who love movies and travel can use the amazing features available on AsianDate like Live Chat and CamShare to discuss more about the breathtaking places that Asia has to offer.

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