What should be in your travel bucket list?

If you are a fan of cartoons then this article is for you. If you enjoy animated movies this article is for you. If you love to travel amazing places around the world this article is for you.

Have you ever dreamed of visiting the amazing fairy tale locations we always see in movies and cartoons? If so then you should definitely scroll down.

The following locations will look like places in heaven or a dream but actually these places do exist:

1. RAINBOW MOUNTAINS # CHINA

At the Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Pak in Gansu,China  is located China’s own version of the Grand Canyon: A new UNESCO World Heritage Site , Danxia, the mountain range consists of minerals and rock that are dramatically striated into a layer cake of magenta, maroon, and lemon-colored stone.

2. PINK LAKE OF MIDDLE ISLAND # WESTERN AUSTRALIA

 


Lake Hillier is a pink-coloured lake on Middle Island, the largest of the islands that make up the Recherche Archipelago off the coast of Esperance. From above the lake appears a solid bubble gum pink. The lake is about 600 meters long, and is surrounded by a rim of sand and dense woodland of paperbark and eucalyptus trees. A narrow strip of sand dunes covered by vegetation separates it from the blue Southern Ocean.

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No-one fully knows why the lake is pink. Scientists speculate that the colour comes from a dye created by bacteria that lives in the salt crusts.

3. THE POPEYE VILLAGE # MALTA

Popeye Village Malta has grown from its days as a Film Set of the 1980 Musical Production ‘Popeye’ into one of the major tourist attractions on the Maltese Islands filled with a number of colorful fun activities for all young and young at heart.

4. THE LIBRARY OF ALEXANDRIA# EGYPT

The Library of Alexandria at Egypt was built in 1995 and it cost $ 220 million.

5. THE WHITE TEMPLE WAT RONG KHUN # THAILAND

Wat Rong Khun or the White Temple, is a contemporary, unconventional, privately owned, art exhibit in the style of a Buddhist temple in Thailand. It is owned by Chalermchai Kositpipat, who designed, constructed, and opened it to visitors in 1997.

6. ALCAZR OF SEGOVIA # SPAIN

The Alcázar was originally built as a fortress but has served as a royal palace, a state prison, a Royal Artillery College and a military academy since then. It is currently used as a museum and a military archives building.

7. KANSAS CITY PUBLIC LIBRARY # UNITED STATES

 

8. LAKE NATRON # TANZANIA

It is a salt and soda lake in Tanzania with a normal temperature of 40 deg C.

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9.THE DOOR TO HELL # TURKMENISTAN

The Gates to hell is a natural gas field that collapsed into an underground cavern in 1971, becoming a natural gas crater.

10. AGUEDA’S COLOURFUL UMBRELLAS # PORTUGAL

As part of Ágitagueda art festival, every july hundreds of umbrellas are hung over promenades in the streets of Águeda, a municipality in Portugal. The beautiful tradition started only 3 years ago, but has already earned world fame for the place.

11. THE FLY GEYSER # UNITED STATES

Located on a gated parcel of private property within the million-acre Black Rock Desert, Fly Geyser is not a natural phenomenon. It was created accidentally in 1964 from a geothermal test well inadequately capped. The scalding water has erupted from the well since then, leaving calcium carbonate deposits growing at the rate of several inches per year. The brilliant red and green coloring on the mounds is from thermophilic algae thriving in the extreme micro-climate of the geysers. Unfortunately, Fly Geyser is not open to the public.

12. THE MONTREAL BOTANICAL GARDEN # CANADA

The Montreal Botanical Garden is a large botanical garden in, Canada comprising 75 hectares (190 acres) of thematic gardens and greenhouses. It was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 2008 as it is considered to be one of the most important botanical gardens in the world due to the extent of its collections and facilities

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 13.  PHRAYA NAKHON CAVE # THAILAND

 

Phraya Nakhon is a large cave which has a hole in the ceiling allowing sunlight to penetrate. At the top of the hole, there is a stone bridge known as “death bridge” because many wild animals have fallen to their deaths from it. Many kings of Thailand have come to see this cave and left evidence of their visit.

The outstanding feature of Phraya Nakhon Cave is “thpone”, a historic site built during King Rama V’s (King Chulalongkorn) reign. The best time to see the thpone is between 10:30 – 11:30 as the sun shines on the thpone at that time. The thpone has since become the symbol of Prachuap Khiri Khan Province.

14. ENGULFED CITY OF SHI CHENG # CHINA

At the foot of the Wu Shi mountain (Five Lion Mountain) lays an ancient city known as Shi Cheng (Lions City), built in Dong Han period (25 – 200), first was set up as county in 208, it was named ‘Lion City’ because of the Five Lion Mountain that sits just behind the city. The city remains undisturbed from the surface at a depth of 26-40m,

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Harsh

Harsh is a curious writer who loves to explore his surroundings. There are many websites who provide answer to people queries but no single website alone resolves the curiosity of people. Curious Mind Box is an initiative to resolve the curiosities and answer every What, How and Why question that comes into your mind.

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