One of the more spectacular waterfalls located in Iceland, Goðafoss waterfall or "The Waterfall Of The Gods" gets its name from the numerous Norse god statues thrown into it by Þorgeir Ljósvetningagoði; the lawspeaker of the time who decidedly made Christianity the new national religion of Iceland in 999.
Undoubtedly one of the more majestic places on earth one could ever travel to; the ancient peoples of Angkor in the Siem Reap region of Cambodia had a knack for erecting structures dedicated to deities, filial piety and past emperors. With hundreds of temples scattered about the Siem Reap grounds, it's no wonder one can wander about and stumble upon formations not readily written about in contemporary guide books...
It is widely speculated that Neak Pean may also have been representative of Anavatapta, a mythical lake situated in the Himalayas, thought to cure all manners of illness for those who chose to bathe in it.
In the interest of promoting sacred communal knowledge, two libraries can be found at the site, with the northern library presenting depictions of Agni, the Hindu god of fire, alongside Krishna and Arjuna, arguably the two most influential heroes from the Mahabharata; highlighting to the significant impact that Hinduism has had around the world.
No doubt, while jumping around Asia and various other developing countries in rapid succession, you will want to feel safe; especially with regards to the place that you are staying. The problem is, traditionally, you would have to trade one positive attribute for another — cheaper place, less safe area; expensive place, more secure location.
Despite all this, the more fascinating component with regards to the palace's design is found in its on-site living quarters; more akin to miniature villas opposed to singular living quarters.