Hidden in Anchor Bay, in the small island nation of Malta, you’ll find Sweethaven or Popeye’s seaside village real and still bustling with life.
Should you ever find yourself in the central area of New Zealand’s North Island, then the Tongariro National Park should be somewhere on the top of your list, if not number one.
Aquadom is a large aquarium in a hotel that has an elevator at the center of the tank, giving its passengers a unique experience of scaling the colorful underwater paradise enclosed within.
It turns out that not every photograph on the internet is 100% legit. Tricksters armed with nimble Photoshop skills are lurking behind all corners…
Northwest of Morocco is a charming little town popular among tourists for its distinctive powdery blue painted streets.
Half suspended in air in what looks like a precarious equilibrium is an innovative hotel called the Balancing Barn in England.
A runoff of sand and silt on the southwestern tip of Mauritius Island has stunned the internet with its three-dimensional illusion of an “underwater waterfall”.
Walking along its whitewashed streets, visitors would be overwhelmed at how the houses of Setenil De Las Bodegas simply meld into the surrounding mountain crags.
What once existed only in the imagination of millions of Tolkien readers has now been brought to life in a humble piece of farmland in New Zealand and is there to stay for good.
Charcoal black trees grow out of white textured ground with the backdrop of rolling red dunes and the clear blue sky. It is a landscape that used to be brimming with life, but has now receded into a dramatic “death”.
Formed thousands of years ago, the Rock of Guatape stands out in the queer landscape of Antioquia, Columbia with an obscure air of mystery
Hidden deep underground, the ancient city of Matmata and its fascinating troglodyte architecture has withstood the test of time.
Located in the remote Sudirman Mountain Range in Papua, Indonesia, the Grasberg Mine is the largest gold mine and the third largest copper mine in the world.
Hidden deep within the woodlands of Croatia lies a breathlessly stunning paradise: sixteen crystal-clear lakes fused together by an amazing series of waterfalls and cascades.
Do you sometimes get the feeling when visiting a place that’s so beautifully unreal it seems like you’re stepping into a painting, a movie set, or a large-scale art installation?
During wintertime in the Finnish wilderness, trees, shrubs, and rocks become so thickly cloaked in snow they appear like strange, distorted alien figures jutting out of the ground.
Daredevil kayakers row recklessly through a turbulent current as a raging volcano spits fire and molten lava into the water. Care to join?
Often cloaked in mists and clouds, Mt. Kinabalu emits an aura of mystery and adventure that has captured the minds of locals and explorers alike.
Experience underwater luxury in this one of a kind hotel room found floating in Pemba Island off the Tanzanian coast.
A 100-meter long, 5-meter high waterfall made of toilet bowls stands proud in the middle of Shiwan Park in Foshan, China.
One of China’s most famous forests is populated not by your usual leafy hardwood, but instead by thousands of mysterious stalagmite-like limestone columns as far as the eye could see.