Top 10 Most Colorful Places in the World

The Amazon Rainforest
The Amazon Rainforest is one of the most incredible and fascinating areas of our planet. It is a huge area and yet we still know so little about it in comparison to what we could know. Its ecological and biological significance cannot be understated, historically, contemporaneously and for the future. Read more
Mu Cang Chai Rice Terrace Fields, Vietnam
You can visit Mu Cang Chai at any time of year. However, for wonderful pictures of stepped rice fields, between May and June and between the late September and early October are two periods of the year considered as the best time to visit Mu Cang Chai. This can be different each year depending on weather,  so be sure to check out first. While from May to September is also no less impressive as the rice fields are green, from the late September and early October is the time of ripe rice terraces. The weather at that time is nice and convenient to visit.  Read more
The Highlands are often portrayed as a romantic part of Scotland. This is not at all strange given the stunning unspoilt nature with rugged mountains, deep blue lochs and empty glens where majestic Red Deer rule the hills and Eagles rule the skies. Due to the ever and fast changing weather the Highlands have a mystical touch. One moment you see the hills, the next they are gone. Sunny spells and dark shadows move over the hills and the white snow capped mountains in winter give the Highlands a sparkling touch. The Highlands, and its castles in particular, are often chosen as wedding venue due to their romantic nature. Read more
Great Blue Hole, Belize
Ranked as the sixth best diving spot in the world, The Blue Hole, Belize descends to a depth of 125m, with extraordinary underwater stalactites on the sheer walls and a number of shark species roaming around inside. Read more
Scotia Sea, Antarctica
Java, Indonesia
The heart of the nation, Java is a complex island of great antiquity: this, after all, is where ancient Java Man stood upright and walked abroad. As such the island, home today to 140 million people and the most populated island on earth, is defined primarily by people. Read more
Pamukkale, Turkey
Pamukkale is tucked away in the hills of the Denizli Province in southwestern Turkey. It’s located about 19 km from the city of Denizli. It’s located in Turkey’s Inner Aegean region, in the River Menderes valley and the site has a nice temperature for most of the year.
There are so many different reasons why Pamukkale is worth visiting. First of all, there is so much ancient history and mystery surrounding Pamukkale.
Throughout the ages, the hot waters of Pamukkale were always said to have some healing properties.
There is a legend that tells the story of a young ugly girl who lived in a little village near Pamukkale. She was so ugly that nobody wanted to be with her. She became so desperate and lonely that she wanted to kill herself. Read more
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Mono Lake, California

Mono Lake is an ancient saline lake located at the eastern edge of the Sierra Nevada in California. Home to trillions of brine shrimp, millions of birds, and world-famous tufa towers, its tributary streams also supply water to Los Angeles, nearly 350 miles to the south. After a successful legal fight stopped excessive diversions, ongoing advocacy has shown that balanced solutions mean enough water for both people and the environment. Read more
Kawachi Fuji Gardens, Kitakyushu, Japan
Las Salinas de Torrevieja, Spain

Las Salinas de Torrevieja is one of the most impressive natural parks of Valencia and is located nearby another water reserve known as the Laguna de la Mata. Las Salinas de Torrevieja spreads across 1,400 hectares and is separated from the Laguna de la Mata by an anticline (a formation of stratified rock raised up) called the Chaparral, but both are connected to the ocean through a canal known as Acequión. This canal was created for the purpose of obtaining salt from the ocean in the 13th century.  Read more

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