Not sure where to go for your next holiday? Hopefully our pick of the worlds most beautiful and unique places will inspire you to pick up your passport.
Located in Western Turkey, these thermal pools filled with turquoise water beats any infinity pool you’ve ever seen. Bathe like never before in natural thermal waters which range from 95 to 212 degrees Fahrenheit all year round.
Machu Picchu, Peru
7,000 feet high on a hill in the Andes Mountains sits an Incan citadel. Known as one of the worlds most sacred places, Machu Picchu is a common destination for spiritual seekers offering memorizing views and ancient ruins.
Santorini is definitely the type of place you see on a postcard. The whitewashed buildings with bright blue rooftops make it clear why this island is so strikingly beautiful. Overlooking the crystal-clear waters, it really is the type of place you’d envision in your dreams.
Zhangye Danxia Geopark, China
Rainbow coloured mountains covering an area of 322 square kilometers, this geological wonder is like a painting on a canvas. Situated in Gansu, this attraction became a national geopark in November 2011 and has been voted one of the most beautiful landforms in China.
Ashikaga Flower Park: Ashikaga, Japan
Chosen as one of the top 10 international dream destinations by CNN in 2014, the Ashikaga Flower Park in Japan is home to more than 350 beautiful wisteria trees. Discover the beauty of the Japanese Wisteria flower and many other beautiful flowers over a 92,000 square-meter area open all year round.
Tiger Nest, Bhutan
Hike to the Tiger’s Nest, a Himalayan Buddhist sacred site and the temple located in the cliff side. Also known as Paro Takstang, this iconic landmark sits more than 10,000 feet high and continues to be a top tourist attraction. A trip to Butan would definitely not be complete without seeing this famous and popular monastery.
Maldives, South Asia
A top honey-moon destination and its no wonder why. The tropical island is compared to paradise with its stunning white sandy beaches and natural beauty. With over 5,000 water villas, wake up elevated above the ocean overlooking breathtaking views. On top of that, this luxurious island is set to open the world’s first underwater hotel residence at the end of 2018.
Lake Hillier, Australia
There are many unique and bizarre pink lakes which live in Australia. Lake Hillier is one of Australia’s most famous pink lakes and yes, you can swim in it. It is not known exactly why the lakes are pink but it is speculated by scientists that the colour comes from a combination of high salt crust, the temperature and low rainfall.
The Wave, Arizona
Visit the strange but fascinating rock formations located in Northern Arizona where the patterns in the rocks make it seem as if some kind of rippling wave has frozen. The unique sandstone draws hikers, photographers and tourists from all over the world.
Plitvice Lakes, Croatia Around 1.2 million tourists flood in to visit the 16 remarkable terraced lakes and 90 waterfalls every year. A national park since 1949, this natural wonder is sure to capture your heart with its turquoise waters, cascading waterfalls and rocky mountains.
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