Bagan (Myanmar)Bagan, also called the “Valley of 10,000 temples”, is an ancient city which was the center of the Bagan Kingdom from approximately 1044 to 1287.
Rainbow mountains (China)These gorgeous colorful mountains in China have not been painted over. They are the result of natural geological processes.
Santorini (Greece)This picturesque island in Greece is best known for its architecture, which is characterized by its white walls and blue domes. It’s a very popular honeymoon destination.
Bora Bora (Pacific)This famous tropical island in the South Pacific is a very popular holiday destination. The 18th-century British explorer James Cook called Bora Bora “the Pearl of the Pacific”.
Bali (Indonesia)Here we’ve got Bali in Indonesia. According to the tourism website for the island, it is a magical blend of culture, people, activities, weather, culinary delights, nightlife and beautiful accommodation.
Zhangjiajie National Forest Park (China)The landscape in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park in China looks like it comes straight out of a SciFi movie. It might look familiar, because it was one of the inspirations for the world of James Cameron’s 2009 hit movie Avatar.
Waitomo Glowworm Caves (New Zealand)The Waitomo Glowworm Caves are one of the most famous natural attractions in New Zealand. The cave is filled with thousands of glowworms who create a spectacle of light unlike any you have ever seen before.
Antelope Canyon (USA)Antelope Canyon is a slot canyon on Navajo (a Native American tribe) land in Arizona. The Navajo name for the canyon is Tsé bighánílíní, which means the place where water runs through the rocks.
Stonehenge (England)This prehistoric monument found in England is believed to have been constructed somewhere between 3000BC and 2000BC.
Great Wall of China (China)Of course a list of interesting places around the world isn’t complete without the Great Wall of China. Unlike popular belief, you unfortunately cannot see it from outer space, but still it is worth visiting while on the planet.