A few weeks ago, I took a tour of some of the country’s best known and least known tourist sites.
The pictures are from the Google Earth app, which shows the topographical features of the landscape.
In one picture, a landscape is clearly visible, but it’s not what you’d expect to see if you took a walk around it.
This is a photograph of the Nanga Parbat mountain range, the region’s highest mountain.
It is surrounded by the Naga mountains, a mountainous region that are just outside the Nakhon Ratchasima National Park, which borders Myanmar and Laos.
The mountains are covered by a thick layer of rainforest, and many of the trees here are not as tall as they are in the neighbouring Nanga Dabla National Park.
The forest also contains the highest density of endemic birds in the world.
These photos, taken from the same Google Earth camera, show the surrounding landscape.
But what’s the point?
Visitors are often surprised by the extent of the forests and wildlife in their countries of origin.
Many tourists may assume that Myanmar is not as beautiful as it seems, or that it is not suitable for foreigners.
It is, but the tourists can see it for themselves.
The Nanga Nakhonto National Park covers about 6,600 square kilometres (2,500 square miles), which is smaller than the area of California.
It also has the highest elevation of any park in the northern hemisphere, at 5,800 metres (16,000 feet).
This is because of the forest and wildlife that dominates the area.
As the park’s name suggests, the area is dominated by forest.
It contains an estimated 400,000 species of trees and shrubs, including bamboo, red maple, oak, and oaks.
It has about 1,600 lakes, which are rich in fish, wildlife, and water, and it has over 8,000 islands, including the famed Angkor Wat.
Nanga Nanga is the largest of the five Nakhontons, and is one of the most visited tourist attractions in the region.
There are two other tourist sites in the park, Nanga Namgyal and Nanga Gom.
But the most important tourist attraction is Angkorian Village.
The village, which is named after Angkorians, is a place of worship for the Angkors.
I first visited the village, in the early 1990s, for a day.
I was there to learn more about Angkoras culture and history.
Angkors are a nomadic people from the north of China, who migrated to the region in the 9th century.
According to some accounts, Angkores people are one of five races of people living in the Tibetan plateau in India.
They are known as the Tibetans.
Most of the Angkar people are believed to have settled in the Nongma Valley, where Angkore culture has flourished since the 6th century AD.
Since the 1970s, tourists have been coming to Angkoring, but not to Angkhor Wat, which they can see from Nanga Angkora, which sits in the centre of the park.
The temple in Nanga Yayla, where the Angkas are worshiped, is just 10 minutes’ walk from Angkoryw.
The temples are also located at the entrance to the Angkhore Wat National Park where the temple is.
If you’re planning to visit Angkoria, make sure to get there early in the morning, when it’s usually the easiest to reach.
Angkoro Wat is also one of Angkorean country’s most famous tourist destinations, which was a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009.
For more information on the tourist attractions of the world, please visit the UNESCO website: http://www.unesco.org/en/countries/asia/asia-pacific/travel/travel-topics/world-tourism-resources/visitors/source/index.html