Lantau Island, Hong Kong
The Tian Tan Buddha statue draws a lot of travelers to Lantau, Hong Kong's largest island. Catch a peek of the giant statue, which is said to symbolize the melodious relationship between mankind and nature, as the last rays of sun fall over the isle.
With its lofty Renaissance spires, Frederiksborg Castle provides circumstances for approximately any kind of sightseeing.
Islamorada, Florida Keys
Known as the "Sport-Fishing Capital of the World," the Keys are any angler's dream. Certainly, if stalking sailfish and internal strife wahoos don’t sound appealing.
Any hiker will tell you that exhausting exercise makes the view that much sweeter. Work up a sweat on the Sydney Harbour Bridge with a hike courtesy of BridgeClimb.
Augrabies Falls National Park, South Africa
The name "Augrabies" derives from a word meaning "place of big noises," but big views of arid land and open sky also abound in this national park.
Glacier National Park, Montana
There is no superior place to get the "Big Sky Country" understanding than in Glacier National Park. The wide wilderness area overflows with native flora and fauna, though some of its best features are its hiking trails.
Loch Linnhe, Scotland
Scotland's definitely not hurting for charming locales, but Loch Linnhe on the country's western coast may be one of the most opportune.
Edmonton is called "The Festival City" for good reason: It hosts major demonstration year-round, including outdoor performance and July's 10-day, noon-to-midnight Capital Ex celebration.
Mt. Fuji, Japan
This may be the Land of the Rising Sun, but Japan's evening variations aren't half bad.
Sahara, North Africa
Watch the hottest place in our solar system from the hottest desert on Earth. The Sahara covers most of North Africa, so pick a country.