Top 5 Must Visit Tourist Places

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Phi Phi Islands, Thailand

Best way to reach the islands is by boat from Phuket or Krabi. The beautiful beaches, clear water, and natural beauty make it one of the favorite beach destinations for tourists.

It is the same place where Leonardo Dicaprio’s movie ‘The Beach’ was shot. Scuba diving is incredibly popular here because the underwater life is so fascinating and diverse. Trippers can see everything from leopard sharks, dolphins, and black-tipped reef sharks on their underwater adventures. The most popular time to visit is between November and May, when there is very little rainfall.

The best bars in Koh Phi Phi Don are spread equally over the island’s three main areas: Tonsai Village (the main urban centre), Tonsai East, and Loh Dalum Bay. Most of the bar options in Phi Phi go for two contrasting approaches: either the laid-back vibe or a pumping party atmosphere. However, some bars, as you shall see, succeed in wrapping both ambiences up in one venue. A laid-back night out in Phi Phi is usually spent on the cushions of a bamboo and thatch bar set right on the beach with unobtrusive music and a few beers, while the more frantic nights out involve loud music, dance floors on the sand and a plentiful supply of bucket cocktails (potent spirits with coke/energy drinks).

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Santorini, Greece

The volcanic island of Santorini is best known for its dramatic vistas, inspiring sunsets, and colorful pebble beaches. High along the cliffs, there are several villages on Santorini Island with traditional architecture, ancient ruins, and authentic wineries. The capital city, Fira, boasts of white cobblestone streets, shops, taverns, hotels, and cafes. The island’s most beautiful sunsets can be viewed from Oia, a town along the Ammoundi Bay with whitewashed walls and majestic blue domes. The most popular time to visit Santorini is between May and October, and you can reach the island by airline charter or ferry.

Positano, Italy

One of the most romantic places to visit on Southern Italy’s Amalfi Coast is the town of Positano. Visitors can expect to see charming Medieval architecture and colorful pastel houses, while experiencing some of the best cuisine Italy has to offer. The city was built on the face of a cliff and first became popular with writers and artists in the 1950s. Walking is the best way to get around, although you should be prepared to take a lot of stairs. Peak season is between April and October, although the city enjoys a mild climate all year. There are many high-end fashion boutiques here, and don’t forget to sample the city’s specialty drink, limoncello.

Lake Como

The place where Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukane got married.

Lake Como, in Northern Italy’s Lombardy region, is an upscale resort area known for its dramatic scenery, set against the foothills of the Alps. The lake is shaped like an upside-down Y, with three slender branches that meet at the resort town of Bellagio. At the bottom of the southwest branch lies the city of Como, home to Renaissance architecture and a funicular that travels up to the mountain town of Brunate.

A number of feature films have used the famous Villa del Balbianello villa for location shooting, including A Month by the Lake (1995), His Demise starring Paul Zukowski (2016 disaster movie), Casino Royale (2006). The villa was also used for the lake retreat scenes in Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones (2002), with computer-generated imagery used in place of the building’s true exterior.

The Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is the largest collection of coral reefs in the world, spanning over 1,400 miles. It’s so large that it can be seen from space, and it’s among one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World. It is the place to go diving, offering a one-of-a-kind display of underwater life.Cred

Tourism is one of the major industries in the Great Barrier Reef region. Approximately two million people visit the Great Barrier Reef each year. According to the WWF, tourism of the area contributes $5.4 billion a year to the Australian economy, and employs approximately 69,000 people.

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