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Top 100 tourist destinations in the world: For a Happy Vacation -Part 7


Top 100 tourist destinations in the world: For a Happy Vacation 


-Part 7-


61 - Pamukkale, Turkey 

One of the places where nature plays the role of an artist is Pamukkale, which is on almost every must-see-before-you-die list and attracts around 2 million tourists each year. The discovery of the attractiveness of Pamukkale, with its white travertines formed from thermal waters that have come into contact with the air that give rise to forms similar to a frozen waterfall and swimming pools in the form of terraces, goes back to the Roman period. A large part of the remains of the ancient city of Hierapolis, which stands with all its splendor right next to the travertines, also belongs to this period.



62 - Torres del Paine National Park, Chile 

Torres del Paine National Park, in the Patagonia region of Chile, is renowned for its towering mountains, light blue icebergs that stand out from glaciers, and golden pampas (meadows) that are home to rare animals like guanacos (related to llamas). Among its most iconic sites are the 3 granite towers that gave the park their name and the horn-shaped peaks called Cuernos del Paine.




63 - Krabi, Thailand 

If you want to have a real Thai experience, you must go to a temple when you visit Krabi! Wat Kaew Ko Wararam is right in the heart of Krabi Town and offers a peaceful place to spend an hour or two on a hot afternoon. Not as well known as Krabi's most famous of temples, Tiger Cave Temple, this wat is less frequented by tourists. In a way, you will therefore be able to enjoy a more authentic experience when you visit it. The beautiful architecture is mostly covered in a glossy white paint that gives the temple a pure and clean vibe, while some decor elements like the golden dragons that line the staircase add detail and color to the whole.



64 - Fiordland National Park, New Zealand 

Fiordland National Park, scenic natural area in the southernmost part of South Island, New Zealand, and one of Earth’s last remaining untouched wilderness. You have to certainly visit it’s breathtaking mountain peaks, enchanting forests and fascinating wildlife!

One of the most dramatic and beautiful parts of New Zealand; the power of Fiordland's scenery never fails to enthral travellers.



65 - Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, UAE 

The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is one of the largest mosques in the world and an imposing architectural work of art that intentionally blends different Islamic architectural schools. It contains 82 domes, over 1,000 columns, gilded 24k gold chandeliers, and the world's largest hand-woven rug. The main prayer hall is dominated by one of the most imposing chandeliers in the world.




66 - Lisbon, Portugal 

Lisbon, the capital of Portugal, is a city of all splendor and one of the most charismatic and dynamic cities in Europe. It is a place that perfectly manages to blend traditions, heritage, modernism and a progressive mentality.

As a holiday destination, Lisbon has a rich and varied history, a vibrant nightlife and an excellent climate throughout the year.



67 - St. Basil's Cathedral, Russia 


At the southern end of Red Square stands the icon of Russia: St Basil’s Cathedral. This crazy confusion of colours, patterns and shapes is the culmination of a style that is unique to Russian architecture. It's world-renowned for its fairytale appearance.

You definitely must visit both its interior and exterior as its architectural style is unique.




68 - Cape Town, South Africa 

Cape Town seeks to develop the idea of ​​peaceful cosmopolitanism. She embodies an Africa created by whites. It mixes business and tourism, nature and what man has made of it. Cape Town holds the epitome of the country’s history. Behind the undeniable feeling of harmony, it carries its share of contradictions and despair. The sublime nature finally serves as a backdrop.



69 - New York City, USA 



New York. Those who have never set foot there already know it, through cinema, TV series, music, literature. New York is a dream machine. Diverse, frenetic, electric, magnetic, magical, dizzying, inventive, intense ... It is the city of extremes and superlatives. New York remains the most populous megalopolis in the United States, the most visited too. Its museums are among the richest in the world. And from its legendary skyline, at the site of the defunct Twin Towers, emerges the faceted silhouette of One World Trade Center, now the tallest skyscraper in North America.



70 - El Yunque National Forest, Puerto Rico 

El Yunque National Forest is a tropical forest located in the northeast of Puerto Rico. A footbridge leaves from the tourist information center of El Portal and winds through the treetops. Trails lead to La Mina waterfall and Mount Britton, then extend to reach the dwarf forest, at high elevation. To the south are ancient petroglyphs made by indigenous Taino people. At night, the cries of coquí frogs bring the forest to life.



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