Ali Air Base in Nasiriyah was abandoned by Iraqi forces as the country was invaded in 2003 and became a camp for coalition forces.
Al- ‘Ula was an oasis town in Saudi Arabia located on the old incense trading route. It was abandoned about 40 years ago and remains a desert ghost town.
Ever Gotesco Mall in Caloocan City, The Philippines was burned to the ground on March 17th 2012 and after a fire that burned for 20 hours, was abandoned and declared a no-go area.
When coalition forces invaded Iraq in 2003, the Air Force retreated, leaving many of their planes abandoned in the desert.
Ross Island was the administrative capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands however in 1941 it was rocked by an earthquake and abandoned with the capital moving to Port Blair.
Tajbeg Palace was built in the 1920s and is located outside Kabul, Afghanistan. It was home to the royal family until the Soviet Invasion of 1979 and left abandoned when they left.
Dokmaideng Playland was a theme park located in Vientiane, Laos. It has been abandoned for a number of years and the story behind its closure is a mystery
Hashima or Battleship Island in Japan was operated as a coal mining facility by Mitsubishi from the 1890s but closed in 1975 with the entire population being moved off the island
Much of the area around Fukishima in Japan was abandoned in 2011 following the tsunami and resulting nuclear disaster which caused widespread damage.
Nara Dreamland was a theme park in Japan which was closed and left abandoned in 2006 following the opening of nearby the Universal Studios park