๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ‡ญ Phang Nga Bay

Phang Nga Bay, Phuket

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Phang Nga Bay, is one of Thailand’s most famous bays. Phang Nga Bay consists of stunning surroundings, with immense rocks rising from the clear sea water. It is therefore the setting of several films for good reason. Its most famous island is the James Bond island, which features in ‘The Man with the Golden Gun‘. Star Wars fans will recognise the planet Kashyyk, as Phang Nga was where it was filmed.  

Around the Bay, you can cruise for hours past the immense rocks, bays, beautiful beaches and caves, or hire a kayak and kayak through the beautiful mangrove forests. On your tour or overnight stay, be sure to visit the fishing town of Phang Nha itself. From here, longtail boats leave in small groups, while from Phuket you’ll end up on a larger boat. On Phang Nha, you have the Samet Nangshe Viewpoint, which gives great views of the floating village and the immense boulders.

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๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ‡ญ Big Buddha

Big Buddha, Phuket

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The absolute attraction on Phuket is the colossal white Buddha. The imposing statue is made entirely of marble, and at 45 metres tall is the third largest statue in all of Thailand. Construction of this magnificent Buddha began back in 2004, yet it is still under scaffolding. It is unknown when the Buddha will be fully completed and the scaffolding will go away. ย 

However, it is not just the Buddha that makes the mountain worth visiting. Via about 100 steps, you reach the top and are rewarded with stunning panoramic views of the entire island of Phuket and the other islands off the coast. On the way back, don’t forget to stop for a drink or snack at one of the viewpoint restaurants found along the way.

The Big Buddha is very important to locals. Therefore, behave and dress respectfully towards the locals. Do not climb the statue and wear appropriate clothing and therefore no bikini, swimsuit, tank top and flip-flops. Wear long clothes or bring a sarong!

After visiting the Big Buddha, still time to spare ? You can easily combine the Big Buddha and the Chalong temple. They are about 8 kilometres apart.

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๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡ช Burj Khalifa

Burj Khalifa, Dubai

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The Burj Khalifa is the sight in Dubai not to be missed. At 828 metres, the Burj Khalifa is currently by far the tallest building in the world. Located right in the centre of Dubai and open to the public since 2010, this magnificent building quickly grew to become the city’s landmark.

From the street view, the tower will not be missed, but it becomes especially impressive when you visit with the world’s fastest lift to the viewing platforms on the 124th and 125th floors. From there, you have an amazing panoramic view of the whole of Dubai. Still not high enough, you can even go up to the 148th floor, where you can stand on the highest open-air observation deck in the world, at a height of 555 metres. On different floors, you can enjoy luxurious lounges. Highly recommended!

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Arc de Triomphe

Arc de Triomphe, Paris

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One of Paris‘ most iconic landmarks, the Arc de Triomphe is located at the end of the Champs-Elysรฉes, in the Charles de Gaulle traffic square. No fewer than 12 starts converge on this grand roundabout. To visit the Arc de Triomphe, use an underground pedestrian tunnel.

The Arc de Triomphe was commissioned by Napoleon to honour the Grande Armee. With a height of 55 metres and a width of 45 metres, Paris‘ Arc de Triomphe is in the top three largest triumphal arches in the world. The arch is beautifully decorated with several detailed sculptures. Below the arch are the names of battles fought during the First French Republic and Napoleon’s empire, as well as the generals who fought in it.

The roof of the Arc de Triomphe is open to visitors daily and offers a great vantage point over the streets of Paris. The viewpoint is reached by a staircase of 284 steps (this is quite a climb) but not to worry there is also a lift!

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๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ฉ Nusa Penida Treehouse

Nusa Penida Treehouse (Rumah Pohon)

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This is the most famous Airbnb on the whole island: Nusa Penida Treehouse, also known as Rumah Pohon. The Airbnb is, as the name suggests, a treehouse in which you can sleep with a fantastic view of the sea, the many cliffs, gorges and hills of Nusa Penida.

Unfortunately, the Airbnb is often fully booked and you can’t sleep here. But not to worry, you can also visit this cool place without an overnight stay and just enjoy the beautiful views and the various treehouses on this property! You can buy a ticket at the car park and then you can just walk around and look around. You can just climb the stairs of the treehouse, even though it feels very strange to do so because you know this is just someone’s abode. A little further up from the treehouses, you will find a mini temple with a great view. This viewpoint is often referred to as Thousand Island viewpoint.

If you are on time and manage to book an overnight stay. Then you will 100% have the most beautiful sunrise and sunset ever.

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๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ฉ Broken Beach

Broken Beach and Bay, Nusa Penida

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A unique attraction, Broken Beach of Bay is a cool rock formation found on Nusa Penida. A hole has been punched in the rocks, creating a natural bridge that you can walk across. It is beautifully impressive natural phenomenon. They also call it Pasir Uug. The sea here is bright blue in colour. Unfortunately, you can’t swim here most of the year, the sea is far too rough for that. But walking around and taking photos is the most fun here.

Be prepared for a gruelling journey if you want to go to Broken Beach. Many locals joke, “Oooh you’re going to Broken Beach? Then you have to take the Broken Road!”. The road is poorly maintained and driving on it is very bumpy. Broken Beach is less than a 5-minute walk from Angel’s Billabong, so you can combine the two sights perfectly.

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๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ฉ Kelingking Beach

Kelingking Beach and Viewpoint, Nusa Penida

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One of Nusa Penida’s most famous places is Kelingking Beach and viewpoint. From the Kelingking viewpoint, you can see the beach below with beautiful rocks surrounding it. It is also called T-Rex beach: if you look closely, the rocks resemble the dinosaur’s head and you can also see two short arms. The Kelingking viewpoint is the busiest attraction on Nusa Penida and it is sad to note that it is a real Instagram spot. In some places, there are even queues for a photo.

From the viewpoint, you can choose to descend the stairs to the beach. The beach below is incredibly beautiful, but the walk to the beach can be dangerous. The entire walk down to Kelingking Beach takes 40 to 60 minutes. Moreover, swimming is often advised against due to the current.

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