10 Places to Go Before You Die

The world has so much to offer: nature, the sky, the moon, the stars, deserts, volcanoes, waterfalls, and the list would not even end. But to see so much in life, life is unpredictable. You never know what you will be doing at what phase of your life, but you should definitely make time to see the beauties of the world.

There are so many places to explore in various corners of the world; we are here to help you tap the best of places to visit before the journey of life ends for you. So just buckle up to prepare, or if you already have your bucket list, mark these places and try your best to experience these beauties once in life.

1. Cameron Highlands, Malaysia

Situated in the western region of Malaysia, Pahang, Cameron Highlands is a beautiful green place to visit. It was founded in the year 1885 by William Cameron.        

Cameron offers so many activities along its scenic beauty, like a tea plantation where you can walk and have fresh tea, a strawberry farm that lets you have the best of it, and for adventure lovers, hiking in dense forests.

The climate is also normal, like It’s not too humid, which makes it a perfect destination to chill at the weekends, and those who live far away can definitely visit it once.

2. Northern Lights, Lapland

Northern Lights, Lapland

The popular Northern Lights of Norway have all the reasons to be experienced once in this life. It makes Norway even more known and desirable to be visited.

There are different times and places in Norway where the Northern Lights can be experienced, according to the season. In Lapland, the Northern Lights can be seen clearly for around 200 nights.

The best time to watch the magical lights at Lapland is between the end of August and the start of April. You have to be lucky enough to witness the clear Northern Lights, a rare beauty.

3. Sagrada Familia, Spain

Sagrada Familia, Spain

Sagrada Familia is the largest unfinished church in the world, situated in Barcelona, Spain. Its construction started in the year 1852, when it was designed by Antoni Gaudi.

Visitors can learn about many cultural things at the church and can access the museum shop, the Passion, Nativity steeples, and the Crypt. Sagrada is so beautiful and eye-catching that it has its name on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites.

4. Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Thailand

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Thailand

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market is a tourist attraction in Damnoen Saduak district, Bangkok, Thailand. It is the most famous and largest floating market in the world.

The floating market attracts a number of tourists and locals every season, where colorful fruits and vegetables are sold. The market is divided into many portions where beautiful and photogenic items are sold in order to promote tourism.

The market is full of people all the time, and people over there also serve boat noodles. It’s a holistic experience where you are in a boat and can shop, eat, and have a fun time.

5. The Amazon, South America

The Amazon, South America

The Amazon rainforest has acquired around 40% of South America and has spread to Brazil, Peru, and Ecuador.

Who doesn’t know about the vast rainforest that offers a once-in-a-lifetime experience of an excursion where you can enjoy the scenic beauty and be the closest to nature? Have fun on cruises.

The Amazon rainforest itself is so large that it would take some time of yours to explore it to the fullest, so come, cut off from all the nuisances of the world, and feel this magical, dense place.

6. Morschach, Switzerland

Morschach, Switzerland

Morschach is situated in the Schwyz District, in Switzerland.

This place, though a small village, will take you closest to nature, whether in summer or winter. Both seasons offer different adventures at the place, where snowfall takes place in winter and hiking is the best thing to do in summer, and long walks in the laps of nature, of course, can’t be missed.

Switzerland itself is called heaven on earth, so do not miss this heavenly place in this life.

7. Meteora, Greece

Meteora, Greece

Meteora is located near the town of Kalabaka in Thessaly, Greece. Meteora is a rock formation from around 60 million years ago. It is a unique place that forms columns of rocks, and such work deserves to be visited once. It is worth visiting Meteora at any time, in any season.

8. Keukenhof, Tulip Season in the Netherlands

Keukenhof, Tulip Season in the Netherlands

Keukenhof is also known as the Garden of Europe, as it is one of the largest flower gardens in the world. It is situated in Lisse, the Netherlands. Every year, around 7 million plants are planted that yield tulips, which seems so beautiful and is truly a sight to behold.

The garden seems full of tulips, looks beautiful, and smells great; visiting it would be like giving a treat to your sense organs.

9. Taj Mahal, India

Taj Mahal, India

Taj Mahal is situated in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India. It was constructed in 1631 by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal.

Taj Mahal is made up of ivory white marble; everything appears to be white and pure over there. The monument is situated on the banks of the Yamuna, which adds to its beauty. The beautiful monument is one of its kind and is a must-visit.

10. Sahara Desert, Morocco

Saharan Desert, Morocco

The Sahara Desert is situated in Morocco, North Africa, and is the largest hot desert in the world. The Sahara Desert offers a lot of activities that you can enjoy while visiting it, such as trekking, quad biking, heritage tours, and sandboarding. The desert is huge, offers a variety of activities, and is one of a kind, which makes it a must-visit at least once in life.

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