7 Places That Can Thrill Even Those Who’ve Seen Everything

3.8. billion people were transported by plane last year. This means that one in 2 people traveled somewhere in the past year. From time to time we all feel like we’re stuck in one place and that our life lacks adventure. Sometimes all you really need is to get out there and start exploring the miraculous attractions the world has to offer.

1. The hands of the Golden Bridge in Da Nang, Vietnam

This is the brand new Golden Bridge in Da Nang, Vietnam that opened to the public this past June. It resembles something that looks like it came out of a surrealist painting — it’s made of 2 giant hands holding it together from one side to the other! It took approximately a year to construct and it is a place that should be on everyone’s bucket list!

2. Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, China

This eccentric and delicate forest is the Zhangjiajie National Forest Park and it is the first authorized national park in China. It features magical, dramatic peaks that look like they just came out of a fantasy movie. With the sub-tropical climate in Asia, it is warm during the winter and cool during the summer which makes it an ideal attraction for any traveler, all year around. 98% of the forest is covered with vegetation and it is home to more than 700 animal species.

3. Beachy Head, United Kingdom

Descending above the clouds, anyone can admire the tall white wall that meets the waters of the North Sea. The view from the cliff is the sight of a lifetime that will make any adventurer put this place first on their traveling journey, especially if they love heights and beautiful sunsets.

4. Hamilton Pool Preserve — Texas, US

This stunning visual spectacle is a result of the natural erosion and collapse of an underground river thousands of years ago. It created the beautiful waterfalls that lead to the turquoise waters of the Hamilton Pool Preserve. It is a place that attracts swimmers that live or visit Austin during the summer for a nice refreshing bath.

5. Hinatuan Enchanted River, Surigao del Sur, Philippines

Located on Mindanao Island in the Philippines, the Hinatuan Enchanted River flows through both the Philippine Sea and the Pacific Ocean. The unique colors that appear in its waters and the depth that has remained unexplored to this day has inspired various local legends about fairies magically giving the sapphire and jade colors to the river.

6. Northern Lake Baikal, Russia

At first glance, this picture looks like an ice sculpture that was broken on a frozen lake, but when you swipe to the right you will realize that it is one of the most beautiful sights you have ever seen. Located in Siberia, Northern Lake Bailak is the largest freshwater lake in the world and it contains more than 20% of the Earth’s freshwater. The turquoise color of the water creates amazing phenomena during winter when it freezes. It’s said to have the clearest water in the world.

7. Travertine pools and terraces at Pamukkale, Turkey

These warm travertine terraces and limpid pools that look like marble waterfalls are located in Pamukkale in Turkey. They are filled with carbonated mineral water and due to their location in the inner Aegean region, they keep the same temperature all year long.

Which of these places would you visit first? Share your ideas with us in the comments.