Which is the most interesting place in the world to travel? It is difficult to say in one sentence. It is said that the world is getting smaller because of the internet. Yet the importance of travel has not diminished. And there are so many wonderful places all over the world that you would never think of them as pictures. Like a background in a supernatural story. Let's get acquainted with those beautiful places.
1. Santrini, Greece
According to scientists, millions of years ago, a volcanic eruption in the Aegean Sea created a circular island. In the evolution of time, it was named Santrini after Saint Irini. Yes, we are talking about the Greek island of Santorini. Santorini is one of the most beautiful islands in Greece. The small island is located in the Aegean Sea, about 200 km south of the mainland. Santorini is characterized by the eruption of volcanoes. The island is famous to tourists for its architectural beauty. Houses have been built on the steep slopes of the island. Santorini is an interesting place for travelers. April to September of the year is the ideal time to travel to Santorini.
2. Sajek Valley, Bangladesh
A tourist center of Sajek Union under Bagaichhari upazila of Rangamati district in Bangladesh. Sajek Valley is located on the northernmost Mizoram border of Rangamati district. Distance from Khagrachhari district headquarters is about 60 km. There are two hills in the Sajak Valley; Ruilui and Kanlak. Ruilui Hills is located at an altitude of 1620 feet and Kanglak at an altitude of 1600 feet.
The largest union in Bangladesh is the Sajek Union with an area of 602 square miles. There is a BGB camp in Saje. There is also a helipad.
Clouds, mountains and green everywhere in Saje. Sunrise and sunset can be given from here. You can trek from Ruilui Para in Sajek to Kanlak Hill. Kanlak is the highest peak of Sajak. On the way to Kangla, one can see the great hills of the Mizoram border, the way of life of the tribals, and the clouds all around. Tribal festivals are held here at certain times of the year and various aspects of their culture can be enjoyed.
In order to reach Sajek, one has to first cross the long hilly and winding high and low road from Khagrachhari district by moon car. While crossing this hilly path, beautiful views will be observed on both sides of the road. Along with that you can see the life picture of the tribes. And across this long path you will see the blue sky. And if you dare to climb on the roof of the moon car, then you…And another thing, Alutila is a notable place of interest to Saje. All you have to do to get to this place is to go to Alutila via Khagrachhari bus station on your way back from Sajek.
3. Capilan Suspension Bridge, Canada
The Capilan Suspension Bridge is located in the middle of a lush forest in the Canadian province of British Columbia. The bridge was built in 189. The location of the bridge over the Kapilan River in North Vancouver, British Columbia. This magnificent 140 meter long bridge hangs at a height of 60 meters from the river. At least once in a lifetime, travelers will want to visit the Capilan Suspension Bridge. However, it is very scary to cross the bridge on foot.
4. Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
This beautiful waterfall is located on the border of Zimbabwe and at the mouth of the Zimbaji River. It is 108 meters high and 1,703 meters wide. About 935 cubic meters of water falls from this waterfall every second. Up to a distance of about 20 km, it creates hazy fog. It is called 'Moji-wa-Tunia' in the local language as it makes a loud noise when the water is falling. It means 'lightning smoke'. Water vapor clouds form when water falls from Victoria Falls, which floats at an altitude of about 400 meters and can be seen from a distance of about 50 kilometers. One of the most interesting scenes of this impeccably beautiful natural pattern is the creation of a rainbow by the light of the water vapor here. This rainbow can be seen not only during the day, but also on the night of the full moon. David Livingstone, a British explorer, saw the waterfall in 1855 and named it after Queen Victoria. Victoria Falls is one of the natural wonders of the world.
5. Venice, Italy
Venice, one of the best tourist cities in Italy, is a dream city for tourists. Every day countless tourists from different countries of the world come to see this floating city. As a result, Venice is another source of income for the Italian government. Venice is located in the northeastern Veneto area. It was once the capital of the republic and was known as the 'Pacific or Ruler'. Its height is two meters seven feet. The amount of water is much more than the land. So the beauty of Venice is just by water. The population of Venice is six lakh 36 thousand 244. Two crore tourists visit the country every year. The city has about 116 islands.
6. Rome, Italy
Rome is one of the most famous cities in the world. The history of this city, the capital of Italy, is thousands of years old. Rome is said to be the center of Western civilization. The city was discovered in 653 BC. Rome is an ancient city of the Paleolithic age. Rome is a unique pilgrimage site for European history, heritage and art and culture. In ancient times small settlements developed here, which the civilized Greeks called Italy. Italy is a city of Roman civilization with a combination of ancient Greek and Roman culture. Relatives, friends or family can be lost for some time in this ancient city. For travelers, Rome, Italy is one of the most visited places in the world.
7. Great Blue-Hole, Central America
A large underwater sinkhole, the Great Blue-Hole Lighthouse is located near the reef center. It is a special diving destination, 408 feet deep and 964 feet wide. If you love to dive in the water, this is the real place for you. Due to its beauty it is now on the list of the most beautiful places in the world. Because in a 2012 Discovery Channel study, the Great Blue-hole topped the list of the 10 most amazing places in the world. Although it is not a cheap experience, it requires a good size. It is located in Belize, Central America.
8. The Red Beach, China
Spending some time on the beach can be fascinating, but if it is an extraordinary beach then it will be more memorable and wonderful. And this is China's Red Beach. It is located in Doa, 30 km southwest of Panjin. When you see this beach, you will think its water is red. But the water is not really red. The water turns red after reading a type of algae called suida. There are more than 399 wild animals and 260 species of birds. Red Beach attracts a lot of tourists throughout the year. Anyone can come out with a budget if they want.
9. The Great Wall of China
Who doesn't know about the Great Wall of China? It is located in China, the most populous country in the world. It is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. This amazing and longest wall in the world is about 2695 km in length and 4.58 to 9.2 meters or about 15 to 30 feet in height. About 9.75 meters wide or 32 feet wide. It is said that 12 pairs of horses can ride together on the Great Wall of China. This Great Wall of China is one of the largest man-made monuments in the world. Before the birth of Christ, the emperors of China started building it to survive the invasion of Mars in the north. The most significant walls were built in 220-207 BC. The 750 km long wall stretches from Dandong in the east to Lop Lake in the west.
10. Machu Picchu, Peru
Machu Picchu is one of the most mysterious places in the world built by the Incas. In 1450, the Incas built the city of Machu Picchu. One hundred years later, all the cities built by the Incas were destroyed by the Spanish, but they did not find the city. The city of Machu Picchu survived the destruction. Machu Picchu, a ruin of the ancient Inca civilization, is located in the Cordingera de Vilcabamba area of the Andes Mountains, 50 miles northwest of Peru. That being said, Machu Picchu is perhaps the most well-known specimen of the Inca civilization.
11. Potala Palace, Tibet
The Potala Palace in Tibet, known as the residence of the Dalai Lama and the tallest palace in the world. It took 50 years to build the 1300-story palace, which is 3800 meters high. In addition, it has one thousand rooms. Potala Palace can be one of the ideal places for travelers.
12. Great Rift Valley, Ethiopia
This area, which is about six thousand kilometers wide, is the valley formed by the largest crack in the world. The area stretches from Red Sea to Lake Malawi and is 75 km wide. The valley stretches from Syria in southwestern Asia to Mozambique in southeastern Africa. The valley is 6,000 kilometers long (3,600 miles) from north to south.
13. Taj Mahal, India
A royal tomb located in Agra, India. The Mughal emperor Shah Jahan built the magnificent monument in memory of his wife Arjumand Banu Begum, known as Mumtaz. Construction of the monument began in 1832, and was completed in about 1848. The Taj Mahal has attracted many tourists since its construction. The Taj Mahal is currently visited by two to three million tourists, of which two lakh are foreigners, making it the most popular tourist destination in India. Most tourists visit during the cold season on October 6, November and February.
14. Glass Beach, California
Who doesn't like the beach. It is difficult to find people who are not attracted to the vast blue sea and the vast waves that crash into the vast beach. The same picture of almost all beaches in the world. The glistening white sandy beach landed in the waves of the sea. But there is a strange beach in Macquarie State Park near Fort Bragg, California. It no longer matches all beaches. Not sand but shiny pieces of glass here. The name of this beach is Glass Beach. Samudrabilas can be done on all beaches. But if you go to this beach known as Glass Beach, tourists will be amazed to see the transparent stones of different colors. Here the reflection of the light shining on the colored stones reflects the light of the sky, creating a heavenly scene. It is appropriate to call this beach full of pieces of glass 'glass beach'.
15. Antarctica, South Pole
The world's most inaccessible continent is Antarctica. Located at the South Pole of the Earth. The area is about 14 million square kilometers. About 98% of this huge area is covered with 1.9 km thick ice on an average. Antarctica was named the coldest place on earth on July 21, 1983. At that time the temperature was minus 79.2 degrees Celsius. About 90 percent of the world's ice is stored on this continent. The highest peak here is Mount Vinson, which is about 18,050 feet high. There are also volcanoes. Despite the extreme weather, the organism survives in Antarctica. About 1,150 species of fungi, 600 species of algae, 100 species of moss, 25 species of liverwort and only 3 species of flowering plants can be seen here. Bacteria were found about 2,700 feet below the ice. Several species of penguins are found in Antarctica. There are also petrol and albatross birds. Also seen off the coast of Antarctica are blue whales, killer whales,Colossal squid, various species of marine animals including seals. There is also Eskimora, a permanent resident. The migration of these creatures in the lap of ice has made Antarctica wonderful.
16. Istanbul, Turkey
Turkey is located in the middle of Asia and Europe, which was once part of the Ottoman Empire. Almost all of Turkey falls in the Asian part. Mountainous Anatolia is part of the Asia Minor Peninsula. The rest of Turkey is called Eastern or Turkish Thrace. It is located in the southeastern corner of Europe. The largest city in Turkey is Istanbul. The magnificent city can be one of the attractions for travelers.
17. Barcelona, Spain
Just as you will never get tired of traveling to Europe, if you are told to travel to Barcelona, Spain, you can never say no. Because, what is not in Barcelona? If you want to see Messi or Ronaldo in football, you will see it when you go to Barcelona. Barcelona is a city with famous beaches, mountainous cities, hundreds of years of remarkable artistic architecture, memories of the Paralympics and, above all, a strangely beautiful province. Barcelona is the capital of the Spanish province of Catalonia. Barcelona is the second largest city after Madrid in Spain. Signs of the Roman Empire can still be seen in Barcelona on the Mediterranean.
18. Sydney, Australia
The city of Sydney is really beautiful. Sydney, a coastal city in Australia, is a great place to visit. When traveling with family, keep in mind that the trip is fun for some and not annoying for others. Every family needs to find a place where they can have fun. Besides, the safety of the family should also be given utmost importance. He considers Australia to be at the top of the list. Theme parks, sunny beaches, water sports, rain forests, wildlife - Sydney, Australia can be called the heart of entertainment for people of any age.
19. Hiller Lake, Australia
Hiller Lake is a reservoir of amazing natural beauty. Its location on the Middle Island of Western Australia. The amazing feature of this lake is that the water here is pink. The color of this water remains unchanged even after being taken in a container. Scientists, however, have not been able to determine the exact color of the water. However, they have confirmed that this is not the case for any type of algae. Although the water color of several lakes in the world is red due to colorful algae, shrimp, etc., but the presence of neither of these can be noticed in the lake water. So the matter is really mysterious. The beautiful lake, which is 600 meters long and 250 meters wide, has beautiful sand dunes and is surrounded by beautiful paperwork and eucalyptus trees. Just because of the amazing-beautiful lake, a lot of tourists come here.
20. Bora Bora Islands, France
Bora Bora is an archipelago of 12 square miles, located west of French Polynesia. Surrounded by a lagoon and a wall width about 230 kilometers (143 miles) northwest of Popeit, the capital of French Polynesia. In the middle of the island are two dead volcanoes, Mount Pehia and Mount Ottermenu. The highest peak is 628 meters (2375 feet). In the past, the island was called Pora Pora Mei Te Pora in Tahitian dialect,It means 'created by the Creator'. The economy of the Bora Bora Islands is largely dependent on tourism. Many leisure centers are set up on the island. Hotel Bora Bora was established in 1981 and bungalows were built on the water 9 years later. Many tourists visit the island every day to see the various cannons used in World War II. Air Tahiti has 5-6 daily flights to Bora Bora Islands. Vehicles are mainly used for rental cars and bicycles. Scuba diving is a big attraction on this island. There are many species of shark sanctuaries near the island.
21. St. Peter's Basilica, Vatican City
St. Peter's Basilica, located in Vatican City, is the second largest church in the world. If anyone travels to Rome, they must visit St. Peter's. The architecture of this Renaissance church is so remarkable that more than four million people visit it every year.
The Sampsons from The Ozarks, Missouri on October 27, 2020:
Wow, you get to travel a lot. Good for you! I have been to some of your places, also. It will be nice when we can all travel again.
Abdullah Al Maruf (author) from Bangladesh on October 20, 2020:
@Sidratul one day You'll go i hope...
Sidratul Muntaha on October 20, 2020:
Sajek valley is one of my favourite place
Henry Cosby on October 20, 2020:
Merry William on October 20, 2020: