1. Tulip Fields, HollandWe have all seen rainbows. But if rainbow existed in tangible material than it would look like the tulip garden on Holland. The place has been planted in Anna Paulowna, which is situated in North Holland which attracts a huge numbers of sight seers every year during the blooming season. Millions of flower plants are plated horizontally,parallel and in perpendicular stripes which makes it an awesome place to visit.
2.Bamboo forest at Kyoto,Japan is an another beautiful place to visit. Gentle sounds,amazing view,peaceful environment will make you feel good. Bamboo is used in Japan to build house as it can survive earthquakes with magnitude upto 9.0
3. Nica Mine, Mexico : 900 Ft within the mining caves of Mexico lies some of the world’s largest gypsum crystal deposits. Known as “Cueva de Los Cristales”, cave of crystals, some of the massive growths extend up to 12 meters long and weigh up to 55 tons. The cave formed from super-heated anhydrite which filled the chambers eons ago. After the anhydrite began to dissolve it enriched the waters and caves and allowed for the mega-crystals to form. High pressures and temperatures make it difficult for people to explore the caves, requiring a special suit to wonder into its depths. You wouldn’t want to make a slip in this cave.
4. Tianzi mountains, Japan: Remember this places? In case if you don’t remember this place, this place was showed in Avatar which was filmed by James Cameron. In fact the special effects team visited the Hunan mountain region of China during pre-production, using one of the columns as a proto-type for the Hallelujah mountains in the film. On the top of the mountains, one can have a bird‘s eye view of numberless inter winding hills and deep valleys of the Wulingyuan area as well as downpouring waterfalls and lofty old pines in drifting mists and clouds.
5. Salar de Uyuni might be considered the world’s largest mirror. Stretching nearly 11 000 square km across central Bolivia, it is the world’s biggest salt flat. After the rain falls and the water has settled, the ground at Salar de Uyuni reflects a perfectly clear image of the sky above, creating a dream-like world and giving the illusion of visitors and vehicles treading on water. These salt flats lie at the top of the Andes, at an elevation of 3650 m. The area also holds half the world’s supply of lithium.