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21 Most Dramatic Villages in the World, Two Villages in Southeast Asia Included
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21 Most Dramatic Villages in the World, Two Villages in Southeast Asia Included

The UK's Telegraph featured 21 most dramatic villages in the world in which 'dramatic' in this sense varies from one to another.

The list includes tiny settlements from all over the world; from India to Italy, Australia to Yemen and many more.

Seasia is surprised to spot two locations in the region were listed, hence herewith is the full details:

GASADALUR, FAROE ISLANDS

Keterangan Gambar (© Pemilik Gambar)
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CEMORO LAWANG, INDONESIA

Source: Telegraph UK
Source: Telegraph UK

A base for trips to the summit of Mount Bromo, Cemoro Lawang appears to sit on the edge of the world.

The landscapes are spectacular; many say the most spectacular in Indonesia, and the region is home to the fascinating Hindu Tengger community, distinct from the predominantly Muslim lowland Javanese.

Hike, admire the scenery or visit during the annual Kasada ceremony, when the Tengger climb to the crater's edge to cast offerings into the hissing, seething inner crater.

BONIFACIO, CORSICA

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Source: Telegraph UK

COOBER PEDY, AUSTRALIA

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Source: Telegraph UK

PITIGLIANO, ITALY

Source: Telegraph UK
Source: Telegraph UK

HUACACHINA, PERU

Source: Telegraph UK
Source: Telegraph UK

AOGASHIMA, JAPAN

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Source: Telegraph UK

MATERA, ITALY

Source: Telegraph UK
Source: Telegraph UK

KANDOVAN, IRAN

Source: Telegraph UK
Source: Telegraph UK

CASTELLUCCIO, UMBRIA

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Source: Telegraph UK

AL AIN, OMAN

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Source: Telegraph UK

MONEMVASIA, GREECE

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Source: Telegraph UK

ST. JULIEN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

Source: Telegraph UK
Source: Telegraph UK

METEORA, GREECE

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Source: Telegraph UK

ROCAMADOUR, FRANCE

Source: Telegraph UK
Source: Telegraph UK

REINE, LOFOTEN

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Source: Telegraph UK

MANAROLA, ITALY

Source: Telegraph UK
Source: Telegraph UK

HALONG BAY, VIETNAM

Source: Telegraph UK
Source: Telegraph UK

The picturesque Unesco World Heritage Site, which is renowned for its 2,000 limestone outcrops, is home to an estimated 650 floating houses, the residents of which make a living by fishing in the bay and selling seafood, snacks and souvenirs to passing tour boats.

NARLAI, INDIA

Source: Telegraph UK
Source: Telegraph UK

RONDA, SPAIN

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Source: Telegraph UK

WADI DAWAN, YEMEN

Source: Telegraph UK
Source: Telegraph UK

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