Traveling different spots around the world maybe one of most people wanted to do in their entire life. I believe it’s very fulfilling to see the world and to experienced different cultures they have. Traveling gives us the opportunity to disconnect from our regular life, stressful environment. Life is short, live life to the fullest as possible, give yourself a break, free from stress and problems.
Here’s the top 2016 destination lists must-see from around the world.
Philippines “An Island for Every Taste”
This nation composed of 7,107 islands surrounded by stunning scenery, thousands of beaches, delight coral and fish species, wildlife sanctuary, rice terraces, chocolate hills, and more. It is now the premier tourist destination in Asia, taking advantage of the increasing development of the Asia Pacific region into one of the world’s fastest growing tourist regions.
To name the top tourist destinations in the Philippines are the Banaue of Painterly Dreams, Awesome Chocolate Hills, Boracay beaches, Davao City’s premier festival, Manila, Palawan, and Vigan.
San Diego/Tijuana “Coolest Border Crossing”
Consider this tale of two cities, separated by the busiest land-border crossing in the Western Hemisphere. On one side is San Diego, with 70 miles of sandy shores, a pioneering zoo, Tony-winning theater scene, and Southern California climate. On the other side, some 17 miles south, is Tijuana, a Mexican city defined for decades by drug traffickers.
Both San Diego in the United States and Tijuana in Mexico are located near the Pacific coast and both are metropolitan areas. However, San Diego is less dense compared to the border in Tijuana’s side. The area is called the San Ysidro border passing which is the last gateway of Mexico to the United States.
Tijuana is rich with automobile shops, surgery clinics, and medical services which are in low costs compared to US rates. Therefore, a lot of American crossing the border to Tijuana to be able to avail these cheap Mexican services.
South Georgia Island “Wild Kingdom in the South Atlantic”
On a rocky beach, hundreds of thousands of noisy king penguins gather in a mosaic of black-and-white dots across grassy tussocks. Among them, fur seal pups bark, two-ton elephant seals galumph into the surf, and albatrosses patrol the air past slate gray cliffs and glaciers edging into the ocean. The island is also called as “Antarctic Oasis” because of the creatures found in the island.
South Georgia is home to two mountain ranges – the Salvesen and the Allardyce – which soar to a peak of almost 3,000 metres above the sea. In the summer almost 75% of the island is covered in snow, ice, and glaciers. Come winter, a covering of snow reaches right down to the water’s edge.
South Georgia is one of the remotest and wildest places on earth which is worth to visit.
Sky Bar Beirut, Lebanon “One of the best night clubs in the world”
Sky Bar is one of the largest and most popular Beirut nightlife in Lebanon. It is designed in a way where no matter where you stand, you have a view of the entire place. Sky Bar can fit up to 2,500 people per night and is well known for hosting international singers and DJs.
SKYBAR has hosted some of the biggest names in the international entertaining industry and was featured in top international magazines newspapers and broadcasters, setting it apart from all other venues in the Middle East. Exquisite design, state-of-the-art technologies, world-class entertainment and unmatched service quality put SKYBAR on a threshold of its own, offering an experience with no equal.
New York City “Start Spreading the News About This Famous Skyline”
If you think you know America’s most visited city, you may want to take a second look. Over the past year, the tallest office building (One World Trade Center) and tallest residential building (432 Park Avenue) in the Western Hemisphere have topped out, at 1,776 feet and 1,396 feet respectively, part of a crop of bold new skyscrapers that are transforming the celebrated New York skyline.
Some of the iconic tourist attractions around the city are the Bronx Zoo Wildlife Conservation Society, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Central Park, Coney Island Cyclone, Chrysler Building, Ellis Island, and Flushing Meadows–Corona Park. There are so many great things to do in New York today that there’s enough to go around.
Hokkaido, Japan “Absolute Powder”
Those in the know choose the isle of Hokkaido for a ski experience found nowhere else. Japan’s northernmost island—surrounded by misty seas and chilled by nearby Siberia—is blessed in winter with almost daily snowfalls, accumulating on some mountains to an extraordinary 63 feet. The yuki (snow) comes down very dry and light, creating a powder Valhalla for skiers and snowboarders.
Aside from snow, Hokkaido also have magnificence of nature to your heart’s content: Daisetsuzan National Park, which forms the roof of Hokkaido; the secluded Shiretoko Peninsula; Kushiro wetland, home to many precious living things such as Japanese cranes; Shikotsu-Toya National Park, which is full of volcanoes and lakes; and the ever-changing Shakotan Coast. There are also numerous hot springs, like the Noboribetsu, Jozan-kei and Sounkyo, where you can enjoy a leisurely bath to help you get over the fatigue of your journey.
We hope these recommendations can help point you toward your next vacation destination. Treat yourself, enjoy while you can!