Despite holding a horrific toll of eight deaths, young people still dive into Jacob’s Pool as a popular summer activity.
A surreal submerged forest lies hidden in the Tian Shen Mountains of Kazakhistan.
A 147-ft long statue of Gulliver is all that remains of this doomed Japanese theme park.
The otherworldly glistening white calcite travertines of Pamukkale in Turkey are a world-famous natural wonder.
Also known as the Big Gate Road, the Heaven-Linking Avenue in Tianmen Mountain of Hunan, China, gives motorists one hell of a ride.
Here’s a swimming pool that’s so huge, you can dive, kayak, and even sail a yacht on it.
Indulge the superhero in you in this Batman-themed hotel room in Taiwan’s Eden Motel.
A house on top of a rock, in the middle of the Drina River in Serbia has puzzled travelers for 40 years.
This amazing man-made lake in China was created at the price of drowning two ancient cities.
“The beautiful journey of today can only begin when we learn to let go of yesterday.” - Steve Maraboli
Fulfill your G.I. Joe fantasies and drive a real army tank in Minnesota’s Drive a Tank.
Climb the hill of Colletto Fava in Tuscany to find a pleasant surprise.
Nissin’s second museum in Yokohama, Japan is a 40th year tribute to the world’s notorious snack: Instant Cup Noodles.
For only a short span of time every year, Caño Cristales turns into a dazzling, natural wonder that earned its title the “river that ran away from paradise.”
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“Because in the end, you won’t remember the time you spent working in the office or mowing your lawn. Climb that goddamn mountain.” —…
The fictional coffee shop in the American TV show “Friends” actually exists… in a sixth floor of a Beijing apartment block in China.
Bikini-clad cyborgs, athletic hostesses, neon tanks, and robotic fighting dinosaurs make Tokyo’s Robot Restaurant feel like a bonus stage in a video game.
Created to defend the United Kingdom from enemy aircrafts during WWII, the Maunsell Army Forts still stand but abandoned.
Underwater speakers broadcast live music in the Looe Key Reef, Florida as divers and snorkelers enjoy the tunes while swimming with the fish.
Millions of tiny star-shaped sand or hoshizuna cover the beaches of Iriomote Island, Japan.