Top 13 must-visit destinations in the world (Part 1)
1. Vang Bridge- Da Nang
Vang Bridge is a new project in Thien Thai garden, in Ba Na Hills tourist area (Da Nang) which has just opened to welcome visitors in early June. Located halfway between the mountains, the bridge makes visitors surprised. Walking along the bridge, visitors will feel like walking in the clouds or like “stray into the realms of the future”.
2. Zhangjiajie National Park, China
Located in the northwest of Hunan Province, China, Zhangjiajie National Forest is one of the most magical national parks in China. With about 300 columns of sandstone rising from the air of all shapes, it is estimated to be over 380 million years old. 98% of the forest is covered with vegetation and is home to over 700 animals. With a subtropical climate in Asia, warm in the winter and cool in the summer make it an ideal destination for any tourist visiting the year-round.
3. Beachy Head, United Kingdom
Beyond the Clouds, visitors will not be surprised when having the opportunity to see the pristine white cliffs beside the majestic sea here. The breathtaking views from the cliff to the bottom appeal to any climber, especially those who love high altitude and beautiful sunsets.
4. Hamilton Preserve Lake, Austin, Texas, United States
Hamilton Lake was formed thousands of years ago, when natural erosion continuously collapsed the dome of an underground river, creating beautiful waterfalls that led to turquoise waters. It is truly a wonder of the city of Austin. An unforgettable swimming experience for sure for the visitors.
5. Hinatuan Enchanted River, Mindanao, Philippines
Located on the island of Mindanao in the Philippines, the Enchanted Hinatuan River flows through both the Philippine Sea and the Pacific Ocean. For first-time visitors, the river fascinates as a surreal place. The color of the river ranges from emerald to blue. You can see dark green in the deep parts of the river. At the same time, the shallow parts of the river reflect green to light blue. When the water is very clear, you can even see the bottom of the river. The water in the river is also completely dust-free.
6. Baikal Lake, Russia
This image looks like a broken ice sculpture on an ice lake, but it’s actually one of the most beautiful sights you’ve ever seen. Located in southern Siberia in Russia, Lake Baikal is the largest freshwater lake in the world and contains more than 20% of the Earth’s freshwater. Not all, Lake Baikal is one of the most transparent lakes in the world.