The Most Exotic Places to Visit Around the World

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The Most Exotic Places To Visit Around the World

The passionate traveler will not loose a chance to go anywhere he or she likes or get fascinated by the stories and pictures of the places. This is a kind of relive their lives and getting the actual taste of the much wandering nature.

Here are some of them, which might be helpful for the traveler who would go on a world tour with some exotic expectations.

Kawachi Fuji Gardens, Japan:

Kawachi Fuji Gardens, Japan
Kawachi Fuji Gardens, Japan

This place is a little difficult to find. It’s five hours away from Tokyo if you take the Nozomi high-speed train. It’s a 15 km long tunnel, which you should visit in April.

Angkor:

Angkor wat temple
Angkor Wat Temple

The capital of the ancient Khmer Empire, is home to majestic Angkor Wat, the largest temple in the world. It is also looking like the jungle is taking back the temple in Cambodia.

Mount Roraima:

Mount Roraima
Mount Roraima

Say hello to the inspiration behind Conan Doyle’s Lost World and The Avatar. This place is literally out of this world in South America.

Cano Cristales:

Cano Cristales
Cano Cristales

Known as the most beautiful river in the world, and even the “Liquid Rainbow”, is someplace you have to visit if you travel to South America.

Northern Tanzania:

Northern Tanzania
Northern Tanzania

Now for something completely different. Tanzania is one of the best places to go for a safari and home to Mount Kilimanjaro. Make sure to visit the Tarangire National Park, one of the last undiscovered jewels of Africa.

Phowintaung:

Phowintaung
Phowintaung

This is a Buddhist cave complex in Burma. Yes, I know this list has a lot of Buddhism related items, but these places are truly one of a kind. It contains 947 richly decorated caves in the complex.

Bialoweiza Forest:

Bialoweiza Forest
Bialoweiza Forest

Ever wondered how Europe looked like the pre-14th century? Even if you didn’t, this is your answer. This is one of the best-preserved forests in the world, and you can finally see what type of environment King Arthur saw when he was off exploring.

Mendenhall  Ice Caves:

Mendenhall Ice Caves
Mendenhall Ice Caves

The ice caves fit the bill. The caves exist because the glacier is melting and that means this place won’t last long, enjoy it while you can.

Arashimaya Bamboo Forest, Japan:

Arashiyama Bamboo Forest, Japan
Arashiyama Bamboo Forest, Japan

The famous forest is literally littered with famous tombs, temples are close to the “Moon Crossing Bridge”.  It’s worth exploring.

Bagan:

Bagan Buddhist Temples
Bagan Buddhist Temples

Bagan is home to the largest and densest concentration of Buddhist temples and stupas in the world.

Hope you still not over yet with exploring places. The world is still not fully explored by the geologists yet.