In this vast world, there are always places where you can’t help but say, nature is wonderful! So, with every new trip, there are new experiences, you will find that each city you go through has a different interesting beauty.
Here are the 7 strangest places in the world, let’s take a look at their uniqueness!
Watch the starfish on Vaadhoo Island, Maldives. This place seems to be the mirror of the stars. This is actually a bioluminescence phenomenon of domestic organisms. At night, these plankton make the coast look like a shimmering starry sky, like the scene in a fairy tale. You can also experience such magical beauty on the island of Vieques in Puerto Rico.
The Wave, Arizona
The Wave (valley of waves) is located on the Colorado plateau at the border between Utah and Arizona. This rock is mostly quartz relatively soft, but the wind here is very large. Over millions of years of erosion, it eventually created curving waves that were carved in the mountains. Only 20 people visit the valley every day. It is known that due to limited locations, visitors need to register 7 months in advance.
Pamukkale is probably the place to enjoy the most wonderful bath feeling in the world. It is located in southwestern Turkey, this place looks like snow terraces. In fact, this is because the hot spring after many years of operation formed the “mineral water bed”. This 2000-year-old “SPA” center is constantly visited by tourists.
Firefly light cave, New Zealand
Located in the Waitomo cave of Waikato, New Zealand with stalactites and stalactites combined with decorative fireflies creates a spectacular sight. Thousands of fireflies sparkle in the cave like stars shining in the sky. This special feature has helped Waitomo cave was dubbed: “Firefly light cave”.
Brine Delta Bonneville, Utah
If you want to admire the most beautiful saltwater lake in the world, then head north to the Bonneville salt water plain. It is a 30,000-acre salt field (about 14,000 hectares) and over 1.5 meters thick. It is estimated that there are about 5 million tons of salt here.
White desert, Egypt
The name of the white desert is derived from the white chalk. These “chalk” stands tall and soaring in the desert, it is eroded by sandstorms that form different shapes. Such as mushrooms, pointed towers, pointed peaks and other shapes.
Giant headland, Northern Ireland
Not surprisingly, in Ireland there is a legend that this giant cape was built by mysterious warriors. It looks like a masterpiece of nature. But in fact it consists of many basalt columns formed by the effects of ancient volcanoes.