Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

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Swim on top of the world.

Imagine yourself floating in the world’s largest rooftop Infinity Pool, gazing down on the glittering city-skyline from 57 levels above. You won’t find a more spectacular photo-taking spot anywhere in Singapore!

Marina Bay Sands’ 2,561 room hotel is the largest hotel in Singapore, the 6th largest in Asia andthe 34th largest in the world.

After your swim, stretch out to sunbathe on a luxurious poolside lounger, or relax in the shade of a palm tree. Sip on Champagne as you experience the unforgettable beauty of a sunset amidst the clouds.

 

Chefchaouen, Morocco

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Beautifully perched beneath the raw peaks of the Rif, Chefchaouen is one of the prettiest towns in Morocco, an artsy, blue-washed mountain village that feels like its own world.

There are approximately two hundred hotels catering to the summer influx of European tourists. Chefchaouen is a popular shopping destination as well, as it offers many native handicrafts that are not available elsewhere in Morocco, such as wool garments and woven blankets.

The blue is said to symbolize the sky and heaven, and serve as a reminder to lead a spiritual life.

Blue Caves, Zakynthos Island, Greece

 

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The Blue Caves are one of the most popular attractions of Zakynthos Island.

Tourists can explore the caves on their own by boat or with one of the many organized tours. The Blue Caves consist of particular geologic formations giving life to a succession of caves along the North-West coast of the island; they start soon after Agios Nikolaos and end near Skinari Cape.

Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Amsterdam is the cultural capital of the Netherlands and one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe.

Known for its artistic heritage, elaborate canal system and narrow houses with gabled facades, legacies of the city’s 17th-century Golden Age. Its Museum District houses the Van Gogh Museum, works by Rembrandt and Vermeer at the Rijksmuseum, and modern art at the Stedelijk. Cycling is key to the city’s character, and there are numerous bike paths.

Some of the most romantic things you can do in this magical city include taking a cruise on a canal boat, strolling down the Vondelpark or having a candle light dinner at the famous restaurant De Kas.

 

The Shambles, York, England

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The Shambles is an old street in York, England. The buildings that line The Shambles were erected as far back as the 14th century. The charming timber-framed buildings bend and, at times, hang over the cobblestones street below.

Now a popular tourist destination, the shops currently include a mixture of eateries and souvenir sellers, but there is also a bookshop and a bakery.

Kawachi Fuji Garden, Japan

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Kawachi Fuji Gardens in Kitakyushu, Japan is where you will find this pastel-colored floral tunnel.

The gardens are famous for the spectacularly presented, large numbers of wisteria flowers. The garden’s most prominent features are two, roughly 100 meter long tunnels made of wisteria trees of differing varieties and colors, ranging from white to dark purple. There is also a collection of large wisteria trees that together form an enormous roof of drooping flowers. A viewpoint at the top of the hillside garden allows for nice views over the sea of wisteria flowers and the surrounding valley which is also know for its bamboo groves.

Moraine Lake, Alberta

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Moraine Lake is a glacially fed lake in Banff National Park. It is surrounded by mountains, waterfalls, and rock piles, creating a scene so stunning it almost seems unreal. That view of the mountains behind the lake in Valley of the Ten Peaks is known as the “Twenty Dollar View”, as Moraine Lake was featured on the reverse side of the 1969 and 1979 issues of the Canadian twenty dollar bill.

Sit lakeside and absorb the sights and pure mountain air, or explore further by canoeing and hiking.