7 Unknown Travel Destination To Visit

Traveller’s eyes are always in a search for new places which are unknown. Nature beauty is not enough. They search those places which are uncommon, beautiful and have some unique identity. There are many places which you can’t forget and wish to visit at least one time in life. Places which are including ancient wonders, nature beauty, and modern geniuses along with many surprises.

Here Is The List Of 7 Unknown Travel Destinations To Visit Before

1. Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Angkor Wat is the complex of temples in Cambodia. It is the largest religious memorial in the world. It is situated in 162.6 hectares area. Two hundred magnificent equal temples build between 9th to 15 th centuries. It was built in Khmer Empire. it is the best preserved temple at the site that is still remained a major religious centre since its establishment. You need at least three days to see the area completely. The architecture and the ancient beauty of the area attract the tourists.

Angkor Wat, Cambodia

2. Sydney Opera House, Australia

Sydney Opera House is an architectural wonder. It was built with far ahead technology which is available in that time. It was designed by Danish architect Jorn Utzon. It is the 20th century’s most iconic building and the amazing wonder of the world. It is the landmark of the Sydney city and a multi- venue performing art centre. It is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Sydney Opera House, Australia

3. Easter Island, Chile

It is one of the most isolated and populated islands in the world. It has 887 monolithic stone shaped in like head. It is called Moai. It was created by Rapa Nui people. This place is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Polynesian people settled on Easter Island between 700 to 1100 CE and made flourishing industrious culture as the island has numerous stone Moai and other artefacts.

Easter Island, Chile

4. Berlin Wall, Germany

The Berlin wall is significant for the most precious moment of Germany. It was set on Nov 9, 1989. When Germany was divided into East and West Germany, at least 136 people died for trying to cross the wall. This incident happened between the years of 1961 to 1989. Today just two sizable units remain as the memorial, the Bernauer Strasse in the north of the city and the East Side Gallery. The Bernauer Strasse acts as an exhibition about city life and East Side Gallery which is full off colourful paintings.

Berlin Wall, Germany

 

5. The Louvre, France

The Louvre is the world’s most famous museum. It has 380000 artefacts, from ancient Egyptian things to attractive arts of Middle ages. This museum also provides the chance to see the Venus de Milo, Michelangelo’s The Slaves and the chapel of the tomb of Akhethetep.

The Louvre, France

 

6. Venice Canals

The entire city Venice is a floating city. The city is an example of engineering genius. A city is communicated with small boats in the water. Venice is the model of world’s most fabulous technology. You just can pass a lazy day in the boat by going around the city. Surely it will be the life-time experience.

Venice Canals

7. Mount Fuji

Mount Fuji is the Japan’s tallest mountain. It is an inactive volcano since 1707. It has five major lakes, Shiraito Falls, and eight Shinto memorials. It is most beautiful and attractive mountain of the Japan. Today it is the most visited place of Japan. The peak is quiet peaceful.

Mount Fauji



Follow Us Everywhere

FOLLOW US ON

SUBSCRIBE NEWSLETTER