Asia is not only has a greatly varied in landscape and culture but Asia is also the birthplace of many mainstream religions and many other beliefs. Religious beliefs from Buddhism to Hinduism to Jainism to Taoism to Baha'i to Zoroastrianism to nature worshippers can be found in Asia. Hence, there is the highest numbers of temples in Asia than anywhere else in the world. Asian temples are an example of beautiful architecture, intense spirituality and overwhelming ambience. Some of the most famous are the Taktsang Dzong or Tiger’s Nest which is also the unofficial symbol of Bhutan. It is situated at an impressive height of 3,000 feet, on a cliff. The Temple of Heaven in Beijing China was built in the early 1400s and is regarded as the Taoist Temple. Wat Rong Khun, Thailand is considered as one of the most unique spiritual destinations for Buddhists. The largest most famous Buddhist temple in Indonesia is Borobudur. The Golden Temple in Amritsar, India is the most sacred place of worship for the Sikhs.