Sydney Opera House, Australia
Opened in 1973, the Sydney Opera House is a multi-performing art center in Sydney and great architectural work of the 20th century that is synonymous with creativity and innovation. Set in a remarkable waterscape, these shell structures are nowadays a world-famous icon of architecture.
Bali is part of Indonesia, a country located in the southern hemisphere of Southeast Asia. ... Bali is the best known of Indonesia's 17,500 islands, only 922 of which are inhabited by people. It is the country's number one travel destination and is located in the westernmost part of the Lesser Sunda Islands
Bora Bora islands, Tahiti
The Bora Bora island is one of the most popular islands in The Islands of Tahiti. One of nine islands within the Society Islands, Bora Bora was formed over seven million years ago by a volcano. Like most of the islands of French Polynesia, Bora Bora is surrounded by a ring of coral reef, also known as an atoll.
The Great Wall of China is a good reason for the existence of the Bucket List! It’s an astonishing relic of China’s history, and it’s a must for many travelers and tourists around the world, in fact, it is considered as one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Identified as one of the most important symbols of China, it consists of numerous walls and fortification, many running parallels to each other for a measure of 8,850 km. The Great Wall can be visited from Beijing.
Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
Situated in the south of Kowloon Peninsula, Tsim Sha Tsui is known as the shoppers’ paradise thanks to its malls and colorful shopping streets. It’s a giant world bazaar, where Hong Kong’s Harbour meet stands, shops, markets and malls. Take a walk for Canton Road where you’ll see the best the world has to offer in luxury designer goods.
Taj Mahal, India
An enormous mausoleum of white marble, built in Agra between the 1631 and 1648 by order of the Mughal emperor Shah Janan in memory of his beloved wife, the Taj Mahal is the jewel of Muslim art and one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Nowadays, the Taj Mahal attracts over 3 million visitors each year and has become an unmissable attraction for anyone traveling in India.
Also known as Asakusa Kannon Temple, is a Buddhist temple located in Asakusa. It is one of Tokyo's most popular and oldest temples. The legend says that in the year 628, two brothers fished a statue of Kannon, the goddess of mercy, out of the Sumida River, and even though they put the statue back into the river, it always returned to them. Consequently, Sensoji was built nearby for the goddess of Kannon.
The Petronas Towers, Malaysia
The twin skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur were the tallest buildings in the world from 1998 to 2004. They are a major landmark of Kuala Lumpur, along with nearby Kuala Lumpur Tower, and are visible in many places across the city.
Temples of Bagan, Myanmar
Built between 1057 and 1287 by a series of kings, this massive expanse of thousands of temples (estimates over 2.000) is one of the most precious archeological sites in Asia. Bagan’s Temples are the key to experiencing authentic Myanmar’s life and understanding the religious devotion of its people. The most exciting way to see the temples is doing a hot air balloon trip. With over 2000 pagodas and temples spanning across 40 miles of land, it is truly magical to stand in a hot air balloon and ...
The Himalaya is the world’s mightiest mountain system, containing nine of world’s ten highest peaks and stretching more than 2,500 km across India, Bhutan, Nepal, Pakistan, and Tibet. Associated with high adventures and mountaineers, this place is like no other, with its remote and majestic scenery.
Easter Islands, Polynesia
Who wouldn’t want the opportunity to visit one of the most isolated and mysterious islands on Earth? You cannot miss the enormous volcanic craters, preserved stone villages, beaches and, in particular, 900 Moai giant stone figures. You should definitely add The Easter Island to your bucket list.
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
This iconic integrated resort boasts luxury accommodations, upscale shopping, and an infinity pool with unparalleled views of the city. it comprises three 55-storey towers of extravagant hotel rooms and luxury suites with personal butler services.
Of the five grand palaces built by the Joseon Dynasty in the 15th century around Seoul, this was always the preferred royal residence. It's where the king and royal family lived their daily lives. The palace isn't just a single building, it's a complex of buildings, and each served a different purpose
Grand Palace, Thailand
Built-in 1782, the grand palace was the royal residence for generations and is still used for important ceremonies and accommodating heads of state. It's also the home of Wat Phra Kaeo, which houses the Jade (or Emerald) Buddha.