One of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the island of Java, Indonesia is the Prambanan Temple Compounds which house a collection of Hindu temples, including the largest one in the country.
Wrapped by the fresh chills of dawn more than a hundred feet above ground level, overlooking volcanoes and fields covered in mist, surrounded by only a handful of eager spectators but also by over 500 Buddha statues, Borobodur Temple is probably one of the perfect spots from where to watch a sunrise.
Only around a 30-minute drive from Kuala Lumpur, the Batu Caves is quite a draw with foreign tourists and locals alike. It’s a limestone hill made up of a number of caves and is one of the most popular Hindu shrines outside India. Located right at the heart of Malaysia, the caves are also a symbol of multiculturalism in the predominantly Islamic state.