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10 Amazing Places In The World That One Should Must Visit

As the world is full of amazing and miraculous places with thundering waterfalls, spectacular mountain ranges, dreamy ancient town, sparkling emerald lakes, amazing parks, stunning beaches and so forth because of these amazing attractions it has become a challenge to keep your list stagnant and choose a perfect place to visit. But stay cool as The Trip Before has gathered a list of 10 amazing places that includes natural areas and those created by humans as well.

 

Here is the list of 10 Amazing Places In The World

Pamukkale Town-Turkey

Turkey tourist attraction

If you like natural wonders and ancient ruins of the world then must visit this place which houses one of Turkey’s most popular tourist destinations, Pamukkale, which means “cotton castle” and because of whiteness caused by higher concentration of calcite in the water, it has also been called the white castle. This amazing natural wonder has been used as a spa for years and drew millions of people from all over the world due to its healing properties. In addition to this, artificial pools were also created to keep its natural beauty so must visit this wonder of the world once in your life.

 

Kuang Si Falls-Luang Prabang, Laos

Kuang Si Falls

A mind-blowingly beautiful destination, located in the Northern Laos and ranked as one of the best things to do in Luang Prabang as it offers a lot of activities for its visitors, for instance, cheering in small bars, swimming in the turquoise water, hiking, best eateries, picnic areas and the market for shopaholics where they can buy handicrafts and local souvenirs. Moreover, it is also a home to more than 20 Asiatic Black Bears which have been rescued from the array of harsh conditions. While visiting this unique place don’t forget your swimming gears, proper shoes, sunscreen, drinking water, bug spray, and snacks.

 

Nine Hells of Beppu-Japan

Nine Hells of Beppu

 

Want to experience hot springs? Then must visit this unique place located on the island of Kyushu, having 3,000 springs but people come to see 9 springs with different names in particular which are renowned for their strange feature and hot temperatures. First is Hell 1 which is “sea hell” whose water is turquoise blue and hotter, then comes the Hell 2 which is “shaven head hell” after this there is Hell 3 which is “mountain hell” then fourth is “cooking pot hell” then fifth is “crocodile hell” which generates a lot of steam pressure after this there is “white pond hell” which resembles Japanese garden then you can see “spouting hell” which is the hottest one and you enjoy the smell of rotten eggs there as well and then the eight one is “blood pond hell” whose water and steam is blood red and last but not least is the “golden dragon hell” whose steam actually comes from dragon statue.

 

Cano Cristales-Colombia

Cano Cristales

Present in the Serrania de la Macarena Mountains, Caño Cristales is the most beautiful river and truly unbelievable place in the world. But the area where it is found is so remote that you can only visit it on foot, by horse or donkey. So if you want to see the river in its full glory then visit this pace between the end of May and November or between July and October with a licensed guide and plenty of money as no ATM is available close to it. In addition to this, you can also visit La Macarena National Park which is home to incredible rock formations, savannahs, birds, and mammals.

 

Rio Tinto-Spain

Rio Tinto

Due to its appearance, it is also known as a red river that runs from the Sierra Morena Mountains to the Gulf of Cádiz in Huelva and considered as the birthplace of both the Bronze Age and the Copper Age. Rio Tinto has the oldest mines in the world  for silver, copper, and gold and a high acidic content which makes it home to the organisms that survive in extreme

conditions. Moreover, the high acidity of Rio Tinto attracts scientists more than common people from all around the world.

 

Sanqingshan-China

Sanqingshan

A sacred place that is used by Taoists for mediation and remains covered with mist for 200 days of the year that gives the mountains otherworldly qualities. Sanqingshan houses 2500 plant species which are used in making traditional Chinese medicine. Additionally, it also attracts several rare and exotic birds due to its unique environment. So visit this amazing place to enjoy a ride on a long sweeping cable car which will take you into the clouds. 

 

Torres del Paine National Park-Chile

Torres del Paine National Park

Get close with nature in this country’s most spectacular national parks which is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, having an assortment of animal and plant species. Moreover deserves great fame due to its cascading rivers, glaciers, waterfalls, mirrored lakes, incredible forests, and snow-capped mountain peaks. Torres del Paine National Park is the best destination for adventure sportsmen, hikers, ecology-lovers and backpackers.

 

The Plain of Jars-Lao

The Plain of Jars

Visit this one of the ancient archeological mysteries in Southeast Asia which has a collection of 90 jar sites and each site contains 1 to 400 jars which are made up of conglomerates, breccias, granite, limestones, and sandstones. However, at a first glimpse, these jars look haphazardly placed but they are placed in such a way as they form a pattern of the constellation of the stars. Most of them are empty but some are filled with tools, bodies and miniature Buddha statues.

 

Moraine Lake-Canada

Moraine Lake

Moraine Lake is located in Banff National Park in the stunning Valley Of The Ten Peaks surrounded by immense waterfalls, towering mountains, and ancient rock miles. If you want to see beautiful water then visit this lake from late June to August when the lake is in its full glory.

 

Garden of the Gods-USA

Garden of the Gods

Arguably one of the most renowned parks of Colorado established 100 years back and attracts many tourists due to uniques red rock formations, wildlife, climate, and natural landscape. Visit this place to collect the remnants of fossils of dinosaurs and marine fossils.