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 Grand Central in Caloocan City, The Philippines was burned to the ground on March 17th 2012 and left abandoned after.
Ross Island was once a penal colony in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands however in 1941 it was rocked by an earthquake and abandoned.
The Tajbeg Palace was built for the Afghan Royal Family in the 1920s but was never completed. It suffered extensive damage during decades of war.
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, was once the most densely populated place on Earth but it was abandoned when coal mining ceased there in 1974.
Much of the area around Fukushima in Japan was abandoned in 2011 following the tsunami and resulting nuclear disaster which caused widespread damage.
Nara Dreamland was a copy of Disneyland located in Japan. Visitor numbers declined after the real Disneyland opened in Tokyo and it closed in 2006.
Bokor Hill Station was built by French imperialists in the 1920s but was abandoned when the Khmer took over Cambodia and created a socialist republic.