Top 100 Greatest Places to Visit in the World

Completing a list of the world's greatest attractions is very debatable because the world is so diverse. If the list-maker is more fond of museums, and famed landmarks the list will be western focused. If the list is focused on unique landmarks and places the list will be focus more on the non-western world. In this list I tried to be balanced and pick a wide variety of sites from all corners of the Earth.

1. Taj Mahal-Agra, Utter Pradesh. India

The world's most famous mausoleum was built under Moghul Emperor Shah Jahan's rule as a tomb for his Queen Mumtaz Mahal. It is rumoured that he planned to build a black Taj Mahal besides the white Taj Mahal as a mausoleum for himself.

Wikipedia: Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal Agra

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2. Great Pyramids of Giza-Cairo, Egypt

The pyramids are one of the greatest architectural achievements of all-time. Africa is the cradle of civilization and the pyramids are early humankind's lasting legacy of what early civilization was capable of creating.

Wikipedia: Great Pyramid of Giza Complex

Culture Focus: Egypt The Pyramids of Giza

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3. Great Wall of China, Beijing Province, China

The Great Wall of China is the world largest man-made structure and was once though to be visible from space. It's construction helped the Chinese form one united nation and defend themselves advances from neighbouring empires.

Wikipedia: Great Wall of China

Great Wall Website

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4. Roman Colosseum-Rome, Italy

Ancient Romans help shape modern Western civilization. The Fabian Amphitheater was the world's first major sports stadium. It was the world's first venue for witnessing events amongst a large crowd.

Wikipedia: Roman Colisseum

Great Buildings Online: Roman Colosseum

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5. Great Barrier Reef- Queensland, Australia

The world's largest reef is Earth's largest living structure. The Reef is Queensland's no.1 tourist attraction and is world's most famed diving location.

Wikipedia: Great Barrier Reef

Great Barrier Reef - Australia's Culture Portal

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6. Serengeti, Tanzania

The Serengeti is home to the world's largest migration of lions, elephants, zebras, and rhinos.  During migration over 2 million mammals travel to the other side of the Serengeti.

Wikipedia: Serengeti

Serengeti - The National Park's Official Site

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7. Machu Picchu-Peru

Machu Picchu "lost city of the Incas" was discovered by an American historian Hiram Bingham who is one of the people who inspired the Indiana Jones character. It's remoteness and the journey there adds to its mystique.

Wikipedia: Machu Picchu

Destination: Machu Picchu

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8. Angkor Wat-Cambodia

The world's largest religious monument wasn't rediscovered by the Europeans till 1860. Like the Hagia Sophia it has switched religions from Hindu to Buddhism.

Wikipedia: Angkor

Angkor Wat Information Pages

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9. Grand Canyon-United States

The world's most famous canyon is North America's largest and shows the history of the formation of the North America continent. It took over 6 million years for the canyon to be created.

Wikipedia: Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon National Park

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10. Ross Ice Shelf-Antarctica

The world's only inhabitable continent is home to Ross Ice Shelf, the world's largest ice shelf. It is also home to the emperor penguins and their great migration.

Wikipedia: Antarctica

Cool Antarctica

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11. Mount Everest, Nepal

Everest is the Earth's tallest mountain. Climbing Mount Everest is one of the greatest physical challenges on the planet and the reward is being able to look down on the world.

Wikipedia: Mount Everest

Mount Everest Panorama

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12. Easter Island Statues

The Easter Island statues "moai" are located on one of the world's most remote islands. It's original construction is a mystery and even believe UFOs or other ancient society (Atlantis) constructed them.

Wikipedia: Easter Island Statues

Easter Island is words and pictures

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13. Amazon Rainforest

The Amazon contains over half of the world's remaining rainforests and are often called Earth's lungs.

Wikipedia: Amazon Rainforest

Save the Amazon Rainforest

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14. Timbuktu/Djenne Mosque, Mali

Timbuktu is a fabled city that many people believe doesn't exist. "Here to Timbuktu" is an expression given to a long journey. Just North of Timbuktu is its sister city of trade, the Djenee Mosque, the world's largest mud structure in the world.

Wikipedia: Great Mosque of Djenne

History of Timbuktu, Mali

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15. Chichen Itza- Mexico

The world's most well known pyramid in the Western Hemisphere. The Mayan pyramid measured the days of the year with its 365 steps.

Wikipedia: Chichen Itza

Welcome to Chichén-Itzá

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16. Red Square-Moscow, Russia

Red Square contains St. Basil's Cathedral, Russia's most prominent national symbol and also a symbol of Russia's European and Asian links. Besides the Cathedral is the Kremlin which was home to tsars and now the Russian President.

Wikipedia: Red Square

Red Square in Moscow, Russia

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17. Goreme National Park and the Rock Sites of Cappadocia-Turkey

Cappadocia's unique chimneys and rocky landscape make it look more part of the moon than Earth.

Wikipedia: Cappadocia

Turkey's rocks of ages: 'Fairy chimneys,' tunnel cities of Cappadocia

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18. Taman Negara National Park-Malaysia

The world's oldest rainforest is over 130 Million Years Old.

Wikipedia: Taman Negara National Park

Taman Negara - malaysia's first national park

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19. Gobi Desert-China

The Gobi Desert was home to the Mongols and the is the largest desert in Asia. It has also has several cities that were part of the Silk Road.

Wikipedia: Gobi Desert

Blue Peak Travel Photography: The Gobi desert

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20. Chamonix-France

Chamonix was the site of the first ever winter Olympics and is one of the most famed spots of the European Alps. Chamonix is at the foot of Europe's tallest mountain-Mont Blanc.

Wikipedia: Chamonix


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21. Petra-Jordan

The lost city of stone wasn't discovered by the western world till 1812. The Treasury is Petra's most-famed stone structure and was the setting for the climax of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.

Wikipedia: Petra

Petra (Video)

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22. Christ the Redeemer Statue, Rio de Janeiro-Brazil

Rio de Janeiro is one of the most beautiful and violent cities in the world. It also is home to the Christ the Redeemer Statue which was recently named one of the 7 new wonders of the world.

Wikipedia: Rio de Janeiro

Statue of Christ the Redeemer history & pictures

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23. Sydney Opera House-Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Sydney has received the nickname the "Paris of the Pacific". The Sydney Opera House is one of the world's most recognizable buildings and the 2000 Summer Olympics are considered the greatest organized Olympics of all-time.

Wikipedia: Sydney

Revealed: Utzon's finishing touch

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24. Statue of Liberty-New York City, US

The Statue of Liberty is the international symbol of the United States of America. It is located in New York Harbour and was the first sight for many new immigrants.

Wikipedia: Statue of Liberty

Statue of Liberty National Monument (U.S. National Park Service)

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25. Eiffel Tower-Paris

The Eiffel tower was built for the World Fair by Gustave Eiffel who has assisted in the construction of the Statue of Liberty. The Tower was originally designed to be a temporary structure for 20 years but due to need for a communication tower it stood permanently.

Wikipedia: Eiffel Tower

The Official Site of the Eiffel Tower

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26. Kiyomizu Temple, Kyoto, Japan

Kyoto the long-time imperial capital of Japan is home to many temples. The Kiyomizu Temple was originally constructed in 798.

Wikipedia: Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto (Kyoto, Uji and Otsu Cities)

Welcome to Kyoto - Kiyomizu - dera Temple

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27. Potala Palace, Tibet

The Portala Palace was the former chief residence of the Dali Lama. It is the most prominent building in Tibet and was built on a mountain at an altitude of 12,000 feet.

Wikipedia: Portala Palace

Dark Roasted Blend: Potala Palace in Tibet

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28. Hermitage Museum/Winter Palace, St. Peterburg

The Winter Palace was the setting for the Russian Revolution and winter home to Russia's tsars. It has now been converted to a musuem.

Wikipedia: Winter Palace

Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia

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29. Rock-Hewn Churches-Lalibela, Ethopia

Laibela's churches were carved out of rock and after the Muslims captured Jerusalem it was suppossed to be the new Jerusalem.

Wikipedia: Lalibela

Rock-Hewn Churches of Lalibela, Ethiopia

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30. Red Fort, India

The Red was built out of red sandstone and was the site where the Indian Prime Minister address the nation after independence from the British.

Wikipedia: Red Fort

Red Fort of India

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31. Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania

The Ngorongoro Crater is the world's largest volcano crater that was created 2-3 Million Years Ago. Today it is home to 25,000 large mammals.

Wikipedia: Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Ngorongoro Crater Tanzania - Tanzania Safaris
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32. Angel Falls, Venezuala

Angel Falls are the world's highest free-flowing waterfall. The area around Angel Falls was an inspiration for Arthur Conan Doyle's lost world.

Wikipedia: Angel Falls

Angel Falls - Venezuela Tuya

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33. Milford Sound, New Zealand

Milford Sound is New Zealand's most famous landmark. Rudyard Kipling called Milford Sound the 8th Wonder of the World.

Wikipedia: Milford Sound

Milford Sound New Zealand Milford Sound Cruises & Coach Tours

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34. Lake Baikal, Russia

Lake Baikal "Blue Eye of Siberi" is the deep and largest freshwater lake in the world. It contains 20% of the world's unfrozen freshwater.

Wikipedia: Lake Baikal

Lake Baikal - UNESCO World Heritage Centre

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35. Yangshuo/Li Jiang River-China

The Li River has limestone peaks "karnsts" and has become a popular rock climbing destination.

Wikipedia: Yangshuo

Yulong river at Yangshuo - Guilin China - panorama

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36. Yellowstone National Park-USA

Yellowstone National Park is located on the top of a supervolcano. The most famous feature is Old Faithful Geyser.

Wikipedia: Yellowstone

Plan your Yellowstone National Park vacation

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37. Matterhorn, Switzerland

The Matterhorn is one of Europe's most recognizable mountain peaks. It was considered to be unclimable.

Wikipedia: Matterhorn

Zermatt, Matterhorn-Switzerland

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38. Red Sea-Egypt

The Red Sea is steep in biblical history. It is also the world's most northern tropical sea and contains coral reefs.

Wikipedia: Red Sea

Red Sea Diving College

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39. Gunung Mulu National Park, Malaysia

Gunung Mulu National Park is the world's largest natural enclosed space. The Sarawak chamber is the world's largest cave chamber.

Wikipedia: Gunung Mulu National Park, Malaysia

Gunung Mulu National Park - UNESCO World Heritage Centre

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40. Maldvies

The Maldives is the flattest country on Earth. It is a collection of islands and home to a wide variety of activities.

Wikipedia: Maldives

Maldives-The sunny side of life

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41. Hagia Sophia, Turkey

The Hagia Sophia was the Byzantine's most prominent religious symbol. It was later converted to a Mosque and is now a musuem.

Wikipedia: Hagia Sophia

Hagia Sophia, Istanbul

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42. Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany

This fairy tale castle was the inspiration for many Disney castles. It is the photographed building in Germany.

Wikipedia: Neuschwanstein Castle

Neuschawanstein Castle

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43. Forbidden City- Beijing, China

The Forbidden City was home to the Chinese emperor for five centuries.

Wikipedia: Forbidden City

Visiting the Forbidden City, China's Palace Museum

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44. Teotihuacan, Mexico

Teotihuacan is home to the Pyramid of the Moon. Two Thousand years ago it was larger than an city in Rome.

Wikipedia: Teotihuacan

Teotihuacan Home Page

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45. Bali

Bali is Indonesia largest tourist's destination. It is home to rice terraces, surfing, and over 10,000 temples.

Wikipedia: Bali

Bali Travel Guide and Travel Information - Lonely Planet

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46. Nazca Lines, Peru

The Nazca Lines are a series of geoglyphs that are only visible from the air. Why were these drawn over 2000 years ago when no one could see them from the sky?

Wikipedia: Nazca Lines

Nazca Lines, Peru

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47. Golden Temple-Amritsar, India

The Golden Temple is the most important shrine to Sikhism.

Wikipedia: Golden Temple

The Golden Temple

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48. Viking Ship Museum (Oslo)

The Viking Ship Museum contains 3 Vikings Ships and artifacts from Viking Burials.

Wikipedia: Viking Ship Museum (Oslo)

Viking Ship Museum

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49. Leptis Magna-Libya

The Leptis Magna's ruins are the best preserved ruins of a Roman city.

Wikipedia: Leptis Magna

Leptis Magna (Video)

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50. Sky Tower, Auckland, New Zealand

The Southern Hemishere's tallest tower is home to the "sky jump" a cross between bungy and base jumping.

Wikipedia: Sky Tower

SkyJump! Auckland’s unique adventure activity

Google Images: Sky Tower Auckland

51. Uluru (Ayer's Rock), Northern Territory, Australia

The worldest's largest rock is also spirtually important to local Aboriginal people.

Wikipedia: Uluru

Uluru - Kata Tjuta National Park

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52. Vatican City

Vatican City is Christianity's most prominent symbol. At it's centre is St. Peter's Basilica the largest religious building in the world.

Wikipedia: Vatican City

Vatican City - UNESCO World Heritage Centre

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53. Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

The Galapagos Islands is where Charles Darwin Charles Darwin was able to establish his theory of evolution.

Wikipedia: Galapagos Islands

Visit The Galapagos Islands -

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54. Terra Cotta Warriors, Xi'an, China

The Terra Cotta Warriors were built from 210 BCE and include over 7000 soldiers and calvary figurines.

Wikipedia: Terra Cotta Warriors

Museum of Qin Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses

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55. Victoria Falls-Africa

Victoria Falls is the largest waterfalls in the world. It is also the adventure capital of Africa and has other activities ranging from whitewater rafting to safaris.

Wikipedia: Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls

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56. Banaue Rice Terraces, Phillipines

The Terraces are 2000 years old and were used for irrigration.

Wikipedia: Banaue Rice Terraces

2000 Year Old Terraces Carved By Hand

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57. Karnak Temple, Egypt

Karnak is the world's biggest temple complex.

Wikipedia: Karnak

EgyptSites - Karnak Temple

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58. Ellora Caves- Aurangabad, India

Ellora Caves are the world's largest collection of carved rock sculptures in the world.

Wikipedia: Ellora Caves

Ellora Caves, Maharashtra - Archaeological Survey of India

Google Images: Ellora Caves

59. Whistler, BC, Canada

Whistler is rated as the best ski destination in the world.

Wikipedia: Whistler, British Columbia

Google Images: Whistler

60. Ox Bel Ha Cave System, Yucatan, Mexico

Yucatan Mexico is home to the world's largest underground cave systen.

Wikipedia: Ox Bel Ha Cave System

Grupo de Exploracion Ox Bel Ha

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61. Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia

Kakadu is one of the world's most unique landscapes. It landscapes changes with the dry and wet seasons. It gained international exposure with the movie Crocodile Dundee.

Wikipedia: Kakadu

Kakadu National Park

Google Images: Kakadu 

62. Iguazu Falls, Brazil

The world's widest waterfalls is also the worldest largest waterfalls by volume.

Wikipedia: Iguazu Falls

Iguazu Falls

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63. Sahara Desert

The world's largest desert has sand dunes that reach 180 meters.

Wikipedia: Sahara

Photos/Pictures of The Sahara Desert (Morocco, West Africa)

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64. Acropolis- Athens, Greece

The Parthenon on the Acrpopolis of Athens is Greece's most recognizable landmark and evidence of Greece's contribution to the development of Western society.

Wikipedia: Acropolis of Athens

Acropolis of Athens

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65. Old City (Jerusalem), Israel

Jerusalem is the birthplace of 3 relgions, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Jerusalem contains the Dome of the Rome, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, and the Western Wall

Wikipedia: Old City (Jerusalem)

Wikitravel: Jerusalem/Old City

Acropolis of Athens

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66. Nahanni National Park, Canada

The South Nahanni River is the main feature of the park that contains canyons, waterfalls, and caves.

Wikipedia: Nahanni National Park

Nahanni National Park

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67. Hong Kong

Hong Kong has more skyscrapers than anywhere else in the world.

Wikipedia: Hong Kong

Discover Hong Kong

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68. Bagan-Myamar

Bagan was the ancient capital of several ancient kingdoms in Mynamar. It contains over 2000 Temples and Pagodas.

Wikipedia: Bagan

Bagan, Myanmar | Ancient Bagan .com

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69. Chitwan National Park, India

Chitwan National Park is Nepal's oldest National Park and home to Elephant Safari tours.

Wikipedia: Chitwan National Park

Chitwan National Park Elephants - Fullscreen QTVR from

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70. Redwood Forest, California, US

Redwood Forest is home to the tallest trees in the world.

Wikipedia: Redwood National and State Parks

Redwood National and State Parks (U.S. National Park Service)

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71. Stonehenge, UK

Stonehenge is a mysterious site important to Druids. It is believed to be a pagan site used for sun worship and the boulders were moved from Wales to England.

Wikipedia: Stonehenge

Unlocking Stonehenge's secrets

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72. Belize Barrier Reef

The Belize Barrier Reef is the second largest reef in the world and the largest in the Western Hemisphere.

Wikipedia: Belize Barrier Reef

Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System - UNESCO World Heritage Centre

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73. Palm Islands/Burj Al Arab- Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Dubai is home to the world's most expensive buildings. The Palm Islands are the world's largest artificial islands and Burj Al Arab is the world's tallest hotel.

Wikipedia: Petra

Dubai City Guide

Google Images: Dubai

74. Queenstown, New Zealand

Queenstown is the adventure tourism capital of the world. It gained fame from AJ Hackett the creator of the Bungee jump and the Lord of the Ring films.

Wikipedia: Queenstown, New Zealand

Offical Site of Queenstown Tourism

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75. Mammoth Cave- Kentucky, US

Mammoth Cave is the world's largest cave system.

Wikipedia: Mammoth Cave National Park

Mammoth Cave Online

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76. Jiuzhaigou Valley, China

Jiuzhaigou Valley consists of waterfalls, peaks, and lakes. It is also home to the giant panda.

Wikipedia: Jiuzhaigou Valley

Jiuzhaigou Valley Scenic and Historic Interest Area - UNESCO World Heritage Centre

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77. Wat Phra Keo, Thailand

Wat Phra Keo is Thailand's most famous temple and home to the Emerald Buddha statue.

Wikipedia: Wat Phra Kaew

Wat Phra Kaew (Emerald Buddha Temple), Bangkok Photo Gallery

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78. Sognefjord, Norway

Sognefjord is the second largest fjord in the world and one of the most beautiful places on Earth.

Wikipedia: Sognefjord

Sognefjord - The official guide to Sognefjorden - Fjord Norway

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79. Zanzibar, Tanzania

Zanzibar is ancient stone town that was an important trading post. Today it is a great location for sailing and beaches.

Wikipedia: Zanzibar


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80. Ladakh, India

Ladakh remoteness add to its uniqueness.

Wikipedia: Ladakh

Ladakh Kashmir - Ladakh Travel,Kashmir Travel

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81. Palau, Micronesia

The most famous attraction of Palau is scuba diving with jellyfish that don't sting.

Wikipedia: Palau

Palau Visitors Authority

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82. Alhambra, Spain

Alhambra is the prominent landmark of Islamic Architecture in Western Europe.

Wikipedia: Alhambra

Alhambra and Granada

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83. Blue Lagoon, Iceland

Iceland is a collection of geysurs and spas.

Wikipedia: Blue Lagoon (geothermal spa)

Blue Lagoon Iceland

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84. Wadi Rum, Jordan

Wadi Rum is one of the world's largest deserts. Today it is home to desert tours.

Wikipedia: Wadi Rum

Wadi Rum

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85. Dead Vlei, Nambia

Dead Vlei has some of the world's biggest red sand dunes.

Wikipedia: Dead Vlei

Stock Photos: Namib Desert - Sossusvlei and Dead Vlei - Scott L. Robertson Photography

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86. Pacaya, Guatemala

Pacaya is a continously errupting Volcano in Guatemala.

Wikipedia: Pacaya

Global Volcanism Program | Pacaya | Summary

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87. Torres del Paine, Chile

Torres del Paine has the largest glaciers in the Southern Hemisphere besides Antartica.

Wikipedia: Torres del Paine National Park

Welcome to Torres del Paine and Patagonia - Chile

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88. 3 Gorges- Yangtze River, China

Yangtze River is the Asisa's longest river.

Wikipedia: Yangtze River

Yangtze River

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89. Hiroshima Peace Memorial- Hiroshima, Japan

The Hiroshima Peace Memorial uses the only surviving dome after the bombing for its musuem.

Wikipedia: Hiroshima Peace Memorial

The Official Homepage of Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum

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90. Manas Wildlife Sanctuary, India

Manas Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife reserve that protects lions, rhinos, and elephants.

Wikipedia: Manas National Park

Manas Wildlife Sanctuary - UNESCO World Heritage Centre

Google Images: Manas Sanctuary

91. London, UK

London is one of the world's great historic cities. It has been settled for 3000 years and contains several history landmarks Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Hyde Park, the Tower of London, and St. Paul's Cathedral.

Wikipedia: London

Visit London - the official website for London

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92. Running of the Bulls- Pamplona, Spain

One of the world's most notorious festivals. Since 1924 there has 15 fatalities.

Wikipedia: San Fermin

Pamplona Bull Run (San Fermin)

Google Images: Running of the Bulls

93. Louvre Museum, Paris, France

The Louvre Museum, arguably the world's most famous musuem gained more exposure as the primary setting in the best selling mystery novel of all-time-the Da Vinci Code. The Museum houses the Mona Lisa and also has one of the statues from Easter Island.

Wikipedia: Louvre

Louvre Museum Official Website

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94. Bora Bora, French Polynesia

Bora Bora is one of the world's best beach resorts.

Wikipedia: Bora Bora

Bora Bora Travel

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95. Rocky Mountaineer Train Ride

The Rocky Mountaineer is rated as the world's greatest train ride.

Wikipedia: Rocky Mountaineer

Rocky Mountaineer Official Site – Canadian Train Travel, Rail Tours

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96. Wimbledon, England

Wimbledon is tennis's oldest major. The major is still played on a grass surface.

Wikipedia: Wimbledon

Wimbledon Website

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97. Great Ocean Road- Victoria, Australia

Great Ocean Road is one of the world's most scenic drives. The Twelve Apostles are natural limestone rocks just outside of Melbourne.

Wikipedia: Great Ocean Road

The Great Ocean Road Website

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98. Aitutaki, Cook Islands

Aitutaki is the most famed Cook Islands in the South Pacific and is a perfect site for sailing.

Wikipedia: Aitutaki

Cook Islands- Aitutaki

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99. North Shore (Oahu), HI, US

The North Shore has the world's most massive surfable waves.

Wikipedia: North Shore (Oahu)

Hawaii Surf: Surfing Mecca, World Famous Ocean Beaches and Waves on the North Shore

Google Images: North Shore Hawaii

100. Carlsbad Caverns, US

Lechuguilla Cave has some of the world's most unique cave formations.

Wikipedia: Carlsbad Caverns National Park

Carlsbad Caverns National Park - UNESCO World Heritage Centre

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