Hidden instagram-worthy places to visit around the world
Hotels.com and its Mobile Travel Tracker shows that Singaporeans love to brag about travel as soon as the vacation starts. The first thing that comes to mind whenever one does something or visits a place is take a photo. The top Instagramable photos are food, landscapes, landmarks, cityscapes, beaches, and drinks.
While social media is flooded with these travel photos, we can easily notice that most of them are repetitive. Below are some of the Instagram-worthy places that are less traversed by travellers, and you probably didn’t know existed.
CuliAir Sky Dining in the Netherlands
We bet you already experienced eating in a floating cottage, but not on a floating hot air balloon.
In the Netherlands, you can dine in the sky at CuliAir. CuliAir is the world’s first hot air balloon restaurant that serves a three-course meal prepared by a Michelin chef. Indulge in this one-of-a-kind gastronomic experience while enjoying the breathtaking aerial view of the country’s landscape.
Stay at the Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam to complete your Netherlands fun.
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The Treehouse at La Casa Del Arbol in Banos, Ecuador
Two wooden swings await all risk-takers at the Ecuadorian mountains in Branos where a brave soul can swing 2,600 meters above sea level. The tree house is located at the top of a hill with stunning views of the mountains. Also, you might want to visit the Samari Spa Resort while you’re at it.
Gibbs farm in Kaipara Harbor, New Zealand
Art on a farm is a rough combination, but the Gibbs farm in Kaipara Harbor might’ve just pulled it off. Enjoy unique art installations while sitting with the cows in a thousand-acre park. An 85-meter-long red trumpet and a towering 6-meter-tall giraffe are just some of the 28 exceptional sculptures you can find in Gibbs farm.
While man-made sculptures put you in awe, you can also watch a natural and lovely sunset by staying at Tahi Lodge Makatana Coast.
Cityscape at Chefchaouen, Morocco
The ancient city of Chefchaouen features a unique cityscape that you’ve never seen before. Located in between the Rift Mountains, a small town is painted blue to reflect the sky. This unique settlement is also called “the blue pearl of Morocco.” While enjoying Morocco, choose to stay at Lina Ryad & Spa and get the most of Chefchaouen.
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Pig Beach in Big Major Cay, Bahamas
There is this weird island in the Bahamas where what you can only see are pigs. These pigs are the only inhabitants of the island, and they’re always open to welcome visitors. Treat them well during your visit. Who knows what a tribe of pigs will do to you. You may also extend your island experience at The Cove at Atlantis.
Red Lotus Sea in Udon Thani, Thailand
Millions of floating lotus flowers is a sight to fall in love in Red Lotus Sea. The lotus flowers transform the lake colour to pretty pink during the cold season. Best time to visit is during the months of November to February, and early in the morning, where the flowers are in full bloom. After beholding this intimate work of mother nature, there is no better place to end the romantic getaway than at the Prajakta Design Hotel.
AnonymouS Bar in Prague, Czech Republic
Looking for a bar with a unique motif? The AnonymouS Bar in Prague promises a new experience for cocktail lovers. The bar’s motif is inspired by the cult film V for Vendetta and Anonymous, hence the name. They create never-before-seen cocktails and serve them in a different manner like on top of a volleyball, or next to a fake gun, or using a slingshot.
Conclude the long drinking night with a peaceful sleep at Hotel Kings Court.
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