Holiday Destinations To Visit At Least Once To Complete Your Life

Updated: January 27, 2024
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Holiday Destinations To Visit At Least Once To Complete Your Life

Have you ever wondered about how vast our Earth is? How essentially does a globe that could fit 50 moons inside consist of 71% water? What about the remaining part? The islands, mountains, etc, and how frequently people travel from one place to another just to experience exhilarating landmarks and flourishing vibrant cultures. Having exposure to certain Holiday Destinations is a luxury that few have, but through the recommendation of those individuals and me, here are some Holiday spots that one must see to experience awe in this world.


Reykjavik, Iceland:


Reykjavik is the largest city in Iceland, amassing almost 60% of the Icelandic population; it is referred to as the world's northernmost capital. Reykjavik bolsters a wide range of historical architecture that might pique the interests of enthusiastic historians, such as the statue of Leif Eiriksson, the actual founder of the United States of America, and not Columbus, as most believe. If you happen to be traveling there in winter, you just might experience a total of 4 hours of daylight, which I, living in a hot, dry country, could not comprehend. Whale watching is a popular tourism activity, and the cream of the crop would be to experience the Northern Lights.


Barcelona, Spain:


Barcelona, the elected capital of Catalonia, the place that seeks its freedom from Spain, has a vibrant and ever-growing footballing culture. It has the established Camp Nou, which seats a capacity of a whopping 99,254 spectators and is the biggest stadium in Europe. For avid fanatics, the National Art Museum of Catalonia displays a collection of Renaissance Gothic and its best catalog of Romanesque Art, debated to be the best worldwide. For more pleasure to see, the Sagrada Familia, the largest unfinished church, and the Parc Guell are architecture straight out of a Disney movie. 


Cairo, Egypt:


It's no wonder Egypt carries an unbelievable amount of history and the wonders it exhibits; the Great Pyramids are in themselves a marvel, and when pondered upon, the idea that they were symmetrical without any use of heavy machinery puts a person into a rabbit hole of thoughts. Another would be the lion-bodied, Human head limestone statue known as The Sphinx at Giza, on the outskirts of Cairo. Royal artifacts such as the mummies and King Tutankhamun's possessions garner huge audiences.    


Maui, Hawaii, USA:


From its ever-green tropical island, such as the Iao Valley, to its never-ending beaches, Maui dictates the levels of Holiday Destinations. Highly contesting upon the title of “Heaven on Earth,” Maui consists of the world's best beaches, a once-in-a-lifetime experience of watching Humpback whales journey to nursing their young through the Au’au channel, the popular Haleakala National Park to witness sun rind sunset and for the most daring, Mount Haleakala the world's largest dormant volcano.


Dubai, United Arab Emirates:


The epitome of high-class living, Dubai, under the leadership of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, has transformed the once desert-filled landscapes into a juggernaut in the architectural world. The world's skyscrapers are in no parallel to the quality that Dubai has produced; the world-renowned Burj Khalifa stands tall at about 828 meters and dominates the skyline. Further, they boast quite an array of 5 5-star hotels, such as the Palm Jumeirah, the Atlantis, and the World's only 7-star restaurant, the fascinating Burj Al Arab. The luxurious nightlife produces activities such as traveling in buggies/jeeps through the desert, exotic dances, and a taste of authentic Emirati culture.     


Rome, Italy:


The house of rich wine and famous foods, the “Eternal City” is the cradle of Christian roots and home of distinctive individuals such as Augustus, Julio Cesar, and Nero, each king of their own time. The Capital city has The Pantheon, a monument from Ancient Rome that rivals only that of the Colosseum, the world's largest theater. For religious followers, Vatican City is a fond place to travel to and is heavily guarded.


Tokyo, Japan:


I would best describe Tokyo as the closest thing to a futuristic Cyberpunk. A multitude of color-lit skyscrapers and a fascination in the universally adored entertainment known as “Anime,” in which spectators play out a portrayal of those characters known as “Cosplay” and roam the streets like a parade. Kabuki theatre is a big rave in Japan, as well as the art of classical dances, stylized performances, and vibrant costumes. The Temples and Shrines are a big part of Tokyo and its roots; you would find various temples and shrines all over the city, and to round it up, the Imperial Palace, the residence of the Emperor of Japan, is only open twice a year for the public, numerous keen tourist waits year-round to visit.


Marrakech, Morocco:


In terms of the list of holiday spots, Marrakech is the one that has removed the burden of thinking about whether one would have enough money or not to spend. Marrakech is relatively cheap compared to most but does not waver in providing quality. Quality in vibrant, packed markets, called “Souks,” includes Lamps, clothes, and spices. All that could be found in the Jemaa El Fna Square, which intersects all those markets. Furthermore, famous mosques and religious historical sites are scattered throughout the city.


Paris, France:


The Epicure of cities, Paris has tailored a romantic atmosphere among its people, usually considered the “City of Love,” most of its views originate from The Eiffel Tower, the monstrous artificial structure spanning a height of about 330 meters hosts about 5-10 proposals every day according to 2022 Paris Travel article. It is also viewed as the “Mecca of fashion,” Paris sits among the “Big Four” as the fashion capital. A famous cathedral, the Notre-Dame de Paris, dedicated to the “Virgin Mary” and the Louvre museum, where the renowned painting of the Mona Lisa can be seen, gathers a crowd.


New York City, USA:  


It is a global city that has sunk its teeth in almost every influence category, whether financial, research, education, tourism, entertainment, art, or fashion. New York is among the big four of the “Fashion Capital.” It could boast about being the home of the “Best MLB team, the New York Yankees,” the pride of American Baseball, and its sought-after “Yankees Stadium.” Central Park, regarded as a masterpiece of landscape architecture, is the fifth largest park in the world; it consists of 843 acres of space and is the most visited park in the US.  Another landmark in New York’s history is the 102-story skyscraper, The Empire State Building, built in the 1930s.


Bali, Indonesia:


Bali, a province in Indonesia, has one of the largest self-care programs in the world. People from all over the world travel to Bali to seek spiritual healing through religious cleansing or yoga. Yoga retreats are quite popular and the focal point of their boosted tourism. Even places such as Ubud, “The Monkey Forest,” Canggu Beach, and the Coral Reefs have made Bali a desired vacation spot.


Rio de Janeiro, Brazil:


Rio de Janeiro is packed with tight residential areas. It is home to the Brazilian national football team, creating a cohesive atmosphere among its people. From football to Samba, dancing can be seen on the streets of Rio; they are even recognized for their huge spectacles, such as carnivals. The walk from the Copacabana beach passes through its hotels, forts, military museums, and even laid-back sidewalk cafes. Their most famous structure is the “Christ the Redeemer” statue, which stands atop Mount Corcovado at 38 meters.


Sydney, Australia:


I have heard many raves about the Sea Life Sydney Aquarium, which contains more than 700 species. The aquarium is near Darling Harbour, the harbor adjacent to the city center. The Sydney Opera House, with its sail-like design, would be the key generator of audience in the city. 


Bangkok, Thailand:


Bangkok probably has the most carefree streets. Most people travel in small boats from the Chao Phraya River that carry a certain number of passengers. It has the largest gold Buddha statue and several ornate shrines. It has vibrant street life and incredible restaurants.


Machu Picchu, Peru:


Most archaeologists still consider Machu Picchu a mystery. Its high mountains are commonly used by tourists to hike up and down while visiting the Sun's and the Moon's temples, even on the Inca Trail. Machu Picchu is Peru's most visited Holiday Destination, more famously the Symbol of the Incan Empire.


London, England:


London is a separate planet. You can spend days exploring the unique neighborhoods, home to various historical sites and contemporary interests. If you're visiting London for the first time, tour popular locations such as the British Museum, Buckingham Palace, Borough Market, the Tower of London, and the Tate Modern art gallery. After the tour, enjoy a traditional afternoon tea or visit a neighborhood pub for a Sunday feast. 


Phuket, Thailand:


The island of Phuket, in southern Thailand, has something to offer everyone, especially those on a tight budget. The inexpensive cost of accommodation and activities such as boat cruises and spa treatments make this a budget tropical vacation choice. Explore the limestone cliffs of Phang Nga Bay and unwind on Phuket's exquisite white sand beaches (Freedom Beach and Bang Tao Beach are two of the most well-liked spots). The Big Buddha and Wat Chalong Temple are two more must-see sights. Take a trip on a tuk-tuk when the sun sets to experience the island's vibrant nightlife.

Those were my recommendations for what I think a person must at least see or experience once in their lifetime even though each place resembles one another, whether small or big, no one can deny that this world's beauty is irreplaceable.