What do tourists do? They see sights.
Okay, not everyone spends their time abroad checking out sights, but most do.
Whether you are a pop-cultural sightseer or want to chill out and watch historic or otherwise magnificent stuff, Kyrat will not disappoint.
Deep, claustrophobic caves. Tall, snowy mountains. The himalayan pearl offers great photo opportunities all over the place.
What better way to display the rich-in-sights-Kyrat, than a –
Nature in itself is a sight to be seen, and worthy of a photograph. You’ll find plenty of motives for your living room wall here.
There is much to marvel at.
Natural or manmade, each of them surpasses each other in beauty the more you study them. The wonders of Kyrat should not to be missed.
One sight you won’t be able to see is the golden statue of Pagan Min. It was destroyed by hooligans or something.
Here lives the owner of the statue. The
people guy in power. Pagan Min.
Kyrat is a land of spirituality, so if you want to do some sightseeing, while filling up your spiritual pool, there are places to do that as well.
This will serve as a suitable segway to the next article. Delve into the spiritual side of Kyrat.