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TOURISM DAY (TOURIST PLACES YOU NEVER KNEW EXCITED)

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Tourism day is celebrated on 25th September. So we decided to share some of the unknown tourist places you might be interested in, which are totally worth your travel and money.

  • Peru, Huacachina

Literally, an oasis in the Peruvian desert in Huacachina offers you a dune buggy and sandboarding adventure tours.

  • India, Ranakpur

Located in Udaipur, Rajasthan, Ranakpur is famous for its Jain temple made of marble. It contains more than 1,440 marble pillars and no two are the same.

  • Romania, Salina Turda

It is a real salt mining history museum in Transylvania. Dating back to the 17th century, the mine now even has a carousel ride and amphitheater deep in the cavern.

  • Canada, New Brunswick

The Magnetic Hill is located at the northwestern edge of the city Moncton in the Canadian province of New Brunswick. If you leave your car on the neutral mood it moves forward on its own due to the gravity.

  • Turkey, Dead Sea

Oludeniz is a village resort on the south-western coast of Turkey. The Dead Sea is the most photographed sea of the Mediterranean. Tourist can do kayaking, hiking, and paragliding.

 

  • France, Normandy

It is a very beautiful scenic view situated in the north of France.

  • Arizona, The Horseshoe Bend in Page

The Horseshoe Bend is a horseshoe-shaped curve of the Colorado River located near the town of Page, Arizona.

 

  • Belgium, Halle Forest

This forest transforms us to a completely different world of mystic forests just like the movies.

 

  • Malaysia, Putrajaya

Officially the Federal Territory of Putrajaya is a planned city and the main attraction is the Mosque situated in the lake of the city.

 

  • Treehouses of Patrick Dougherty

These are the extraordinary effects and talent of the artist named Patrick Dougherty. These treehouses are made by bending the branches of the trees.

 

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