Top Tourist Attractions for 2018
Matamata: Town in New Zealand
Matamata is one of the tourist attractions based town in the shadow of the Kaimai Range Mountains, on New Zealand’s North Island. Southwest of town, the Hobbiton Movie Set was created for Peter Jackson’s “Lord of the Rings” and “Hobbit” films. To the northeast, a trail leads to Wairere Falls, with views over the Waikato Plains. The Firth Tower Museum has heritage buildings, including a school and a jail, that chronicle the region’s settler history.
Whitehorse (A wild west of Canada):
Whitehorse is the capital, largest, and only city of Yukon and the largest city in northern Canada with total population of 24 thousand. It was incorporated in 1950 and is located at kilometer 1426 on the Alaska Highway in southern Yukon. The population density was 55.9 per km². Whitehorse’s downtown and Riverdale areas occupy both shores of the Yukon River, which originates in British Columbia and meets the Bering Sea in Alaska. The city was named after the White Horse Rapids for their resemblance to the mane of a white horse, near Miles Canyon, before the river was dammed.
Antalya City in Turkey:
Antalya is a Turkish resort city with a yacht-filled Old Harbor and beaches flanked by large hotels. It’s a gateway to Turkey’s southern Mediterranean region, known as the Turquoise Coast for its blue waters. Remnants remain from Antalya’s time as a major Roman port. These include Hadrian’s Gate, built to honor the Roman emperor’s visit in 130 A.D and 2nd-century Hidirlik Tower, with harbor views. It is world top tourist attractions place.
Tunnel of Love in Ukrainian:
The Tunnel of Love is a section of industrial railway located near Klevan, Ukraine, that links it with Orzhiv. It is a railway surrounded by green arches and is three to five kilometers in length. It is known for being a favorite place for couples to take walks. The line starts at Klevan station, on the Kovel-Rivne line, and reaches the northern area of Orzhiv, also served by a station on the main line. The whole line is about 6.4 km long, and about 4.9 km is covered by forest, within which this tunnel stretches anywhere from 3 to said 4.9 km, depending on how individuals count it.
Cherry Blossom in Bonn, Germany:
Although most people think of Japan when they hear the words ‘cherry blossom festival’, you’ll find impressive pink blossoms all over the world. In my opinion, some of the most picturesque and romantic blooms can be found on Heartsease, also known as the Cherry Blossom Avenue in Bonn, Germany. Think of it: those beautiful pink boughs spreading over old cobblestone streets… If that’s not worthy of a stroll with a loved one, I don’t know what is! And if you stop to take a few photos along the way, you won’t be the first person to do so.
The Pink lake of Hillier, Australia:
We learn from geography classes that water bodies are marked with blue on the map. But nature likes to mess with us and creates oddities just like Lake Hillier in Western Australia. With its mere 600 meters in length, Lake Hillier is not one that will impress you by its size. Nor will it impress you by its diverse fishes that inhabit it. Lake Hillier delights your eye with its pink color. Moreover, it lies just next to the Pacific Ocean, thus if you watch it from above, the contrast between the mellow pink of the lake and the blue of the ocean is striking.
Keukenhof Garden of Netherland:
Keukenhof is also known as the Garden of Europe, is one of the world’s largest flower gardens and one of important tourist attractions place. It is situated in Lisse, the Netherlands. According to the official website for the Keukenhof Park, approximately 7 million flower bulbs are planted annually in the park, which covers an area of 32 hectares (79 acres). Keukenhof is located in South Holland in the small town of Lisse, south of Haarlem and southwest of Amsterdam. It is accessible by bus from the train stations of Haarlem, Leiden and Schiphol. It is in an area called the “Dune and Bulb Region” (Duin- en Bollenstreek).
Pamukkale pools, Turkey:
Pamukkale is a town in western Turkey known for the mineral-rich thermal waters flowing down white travertine terraces on a nearby hillside. It neighbors Hierapolis, an ancient Roman spa city founded around 190 B.C. Ruins there include a well-preserved theater and a necropolis with sarcophagi that stretch for 2km. The Antique Pool is famous for its submerged Roman columns, the result of an earthquake.
Arashiyama Bamboo Forest, Japan:
The Arashiyama Bamboo Grove is one of Kyoto’s top sights and for good reason: standing amid these soaring stalks of bamboo is like being in another world.
If you’ve been planning a trip to Kyoto, you’ve probably seen pictures of the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove – along with the torii tunnels of Fushimi-Inari-Taisha Shrine and Kinkaku-ji Temple, it’s one of the most photographed sights in the city. But no picture can capture the feeling of standing in the midst of this sprawling bamboo grove – the whole thing has a palpable sense of otherness that is quite unlike that of any normal forest we know of.
Fairy Meadows, Pakistan:
Fairy Meadows, named by German climbers and locally known as Joot, is a grassland near one of the base camp sites of the Nanga Parbat, located in Diamer District, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan and one of important tourist attractions place. At an altitude of about 3,300 meters above the sea level, it serves as the launching point for trekkers summiting on the Rakhiot face of the Nanga Parbat. In 1995, the Government of Pakistan declared Fairy Meadows a National Park.