6 breath-taking dreamlands for photo enthusiasts
1. Park Guell - Barcelona, Spain
The park has been recognized by UNESCO as one of the world's cultural heritages and one of the first works by the mater of architecture Gaudi. From the moment you step in, you will see colorful ceramic tiles with fountains decorated with huge dragons. This dragon is the most distinctive of Gaudí's designs.
2. Havana, Cuba
The colorful houses of Havana were built in the 16th and 17th centuries and many houses still exist today. Havana is also famous for its unparalleled cultural-historical past and unique architectural works.
3. Neighborhood of Kabukicho, Tokyo, Japan
Kabukicho is a neighborhood in Shinjuku prefecture, Tokyo, which is famous for its cosmopolitan neighborhoods, cinemas, manga cafes, pubs, nightclubs, sex shops, host clubs, pachinko. Dubbed "No Sleeping Area" and the number of tourists coming here tends to increase rapidly.
4. Northern Light
It is no coincidence that the word "northern lights" or aurora borealis has become the most searched travel experience in the world in recent decades, because you do not know exactly where and when it will happen and it looks like real life magic. If you are lucky enough to be standing under a starry sky, you will be completely conquered by colorful strips of continuous dancing, twisting together like colorful ribbons.
The best spots for aurora borealis is the Nordic region with countries such as Finland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden. The perfect time to see the aurora is from the end of September to April of next year.
5. Mirror lake, Jiuzhaigou, China
Mirror lake is located in the Jiuzhaigou National Park, one of the largest natural freshwater lakes in China, and is recognized as the natural wonder of the world. Looked from above, the lake resembles a giant flower carpet.
The water of the lake contains high levels of calcium carbonate and hydrophyte, making the color of the water always crystal clear. When sunlight is reflected into the water, some of the high-density minerals change into jade, green, and pale yellow.
6. Holi color festival in India and Nepal
Held on the full moon day of the Phalgun month in the Hindu calendar, Holi is also known as the "Festival of Colors" as one of the important festivals of India, as well as many countries with community of Hindu people.
On this occasion, the Indians throw away the colored powder that represents the freedom and indiscriminate class that exists in society. The Holi Festival marks the end of Winter and the beginning of Spring with the hope of a bumper harvest. This festival also celebrates the victory of the good against the evil.
By: Lauren Anderson