TOP 20 THE MOST BEAUTIFUL PLACES ON THE EARTH
movies have some of the most breathtaking sceneries you'd ever see especially those about interplanetary travels but you don't have to visit some imaginary planet when we've got some places here on earth that will leave you breathless is it the world's highest sky corridor waterfall walkway in china with impressive night lighting or mesmerizing ruyi bridge maybe it'll be the crater of fire dub the door to hell that leaves your mouth ajar in disbelief in this video we'll bring you 20 unbelievably fascinating places that if weren't recorded you wouldn't believe existed so why don't you get your awesomeo meters ready for these amazing places and let's dive into it 20. guangdong's highest sky corridor waterfall [Music] when it comes to larger than life sightseeing spots on the planet you gotta visit guangdong's highest sky corridor waterfall walkway in china this giant racket-like sky corridor located at the hwang tin gorge in yang is known as the big rackets by tourists for obvious reasons the majestic sky corridor is built in such a way that it looks like two tennis racquets positioned across a mountain want to know how tall the structure is it's as tall as a 166 story building it's a project that cost around 268 million won an equivalent of about 40 million u.s dollars for sure all that money means the walkway would have a state-of-the-art features and boy does it have it it's designed in a manner it was installed with 450 water nozzles and over 2000 electric lights on the outermost circular bridge that reacts to the music played and when you walk along the see-through platform of the sky corridor you can hear the sound of glass cracking even worse you could look down to see cracks appearing under your feet but not to worry it's just one of those special effects of the bridge that sends chills down the visitor's spines 19. underwater waterfall who wouldn't want to be like this guy sitting on a plane as you watch how beautifully an island gets sucked into an abyss first this is the underwater waterfall of off the coast of le maurine in marathas and secondly it's just one of the world's most spectacular illusions no island is getting sucked into a drain this dramatic scene you see is just the flow of underwater currents once on the shore you can also see the sand and silt illusion but for the best views you'll have to hop onto a seaplane to explore the view from above 18. niagara falls
those that know about the niagara falls would agree there's more to the waterfall than just being the world's second tallest waterfall it's a breathtaking and romantic wonder that gushes over 3160 tons of water per second amounting to about 700 000 gallons of water flowing down at around 100 miles per hour although the story behind its formation is a bit foggy many agree that the ice age shaped these falls more than 12 000 years ago when the huge chunks broke off north america into lake erie and left large cracks which started to fill up creating what we see and adore today but it's only when you get there that you'll realize that niagara falls comprises three waterfalls there's the bridal veil falls the smallest american falls and the majestic horseshoe falls all located on the border of ontario province canada of course such a beautiful mystery would attract daredevils who would like to perform extreme stunts to marvel onlookers and the niagara falls has had some such people for example in 1859 charles blondon did one of the most daring tightrope walks across it wearing nothing but some pink tights and more recently in 2012 nick wallenda became the first person to repeat the feat in front of a live audience as well as millions who watched around the world whether you're out looking for some extreme adventure or just want a sweet romantic getaway for you and your loved ones the niagara falls has got you covered 17. rui bridge at first glance the ruyi bridge may come off as a simulated location which can only exist behind screens but take a trip to shianju valley in china's jiang province and you'll marble at this brilliant piece of architectural design as if having a weird looking structure isn't enough the bridge is made of glass all of the material you could build a bridge with and they opted for glass why build a bridge people would be scared of maybe if you aren't such a big baby like me you'd be able to walk over the bridge i bet they have a dual diaper changing rooms at either end once on the mind-boggling bridge which is 140 meters above a ravine you'll enjoy the best view of the surrounding colorful hills and valleys 16. joule changi airport singapore getting stuck in an airport for hours can be a bit of a bummer but sometimes it can be a blessing in disguise especially when you happen to get stuck in an airport such as this check out the scenes at this place extraordinary no wonder the airport has won the world's best airport award more than seven times the airport's lifestyle hub is second to none the jewel hub was opened to the general public in april 2019 a massive donut-shaped building which cost over 1.25 billion to construct and it's located between the control tower and terminal 1.
the glass part steel structure has loads of amenities but most notably it has a rain forest and the tallest indoor waterfall can you top that it also has 5 underground stories and five above the ground the waterfall is a rain vortex a cascading funnel of water drops seven stories through the core of the building the hundred and thirty feet tall waterfall is sourced with rain water that's recirculated throughout the waterfall the waterfall also serves as a 3d canvas at night i wonder if they allow family vacations to the airport seriously you could come up to this airport set up camp and never leave only that the authorities wouldn't allow it 15. reynoshara beach iceland water is wet roses are red and beaches usually have gray sand right well the ration of pharah is unlike any other beach when other beaches agreed on having gray sand this beach chose to give mother nature the middle finger and became a unique black beach the picture-perfect and astonishing beach situated on the southern coast of iceland closely to the country's capital rejavnik is an unusual beach famed for its black color sand it's undoubtedly one of the most unique and gorgeous beaches in the world its black sand comes from lava flowing across the ocean which then turns black as it cools and hardens before suddenly breaking apart did i mention the beach is near a large sleeping volcano yep it is but not to worry the volcano remains refrigerated under ice as with soil surrounding volcanic places the black sand is rich in volcanic materials pebbles and stone there's more that meets the eye than its unique sand this beach has some awe-inspiring calmner ball saw formations that you should totally check out 14. munar kerala beautiful scenery doesn't have to be an exotic beach a dazzling waterfall or a stunning bridge it can also be an entire town say hello to muna a picturesque landscape was a refreshing lush green tea plantation wonderful climate with a whiff of a calm breeze rich abundant fauna and flora it's like a town that didn't age since its time in middle earth munar is a small town in the azuki district located in the western hats mountains range of southern india its name munar means three rivers and this is because of the three rivers that meet there the town is noted for being the largest tea growing area in the whole of south india aside from growing tea they have some ravishing flowers with the wild nila karinchi orchids being the most famous of the lot a flower that only blossoms in 12 years in all munar is a perfect tourist spot for lovers of nature and food 13. salar de uni bolivia from one otherworldly landscape to another the salar de uni is out of this world is so out of this world it was used as one of the locations in filming star wars the last jedi not just that it was also used in movies such as the fall and salt and fire it has a very unique atmosphere which is a result of having its largest salt flat in the world spanning an incredible 10 000 square kilometers at about 3656 meters above sea level and all of that incredibly flat salty surface means that it conjures up some amazing mirages kind of transforms the whole area into a mirror the largest mirror on the planet the reflections are so picture perfect that it makes it hard to discern the horizon this is definitely one strange yet awesome place to be plus you don't have to pack a mirror when coming 12. antelope canyon before going any further i'd like to put it out there that there are no antelopes on this canyon at least from the last time i checked so who named it that never mind let's just talk about the place off the east of page on navajo land arizona lies the antelope canyon the canyon has a wavy structure that gives it a unique look and glorious light beams making it any photographer's dream canyons were formed by floods and wind that eroded curved passages in the navajo sandstone it has two separate canyons with the upper one being the easiest to access it also has the canyon you can take beautiful pictures in however you can only visit as part of a guided tour as the canyons still flood from time to time you can see this canyon in movies like broken arrow and samsara but nothing beats seeing it in real life 11. cano crostalis river columbia
you know one of those places so unique that you need a plane a boat a car and then some hiking to reach yeah the condo crestalis is one such place located in the remote area of meta in colombia this fast flowing river has brightly and abnormally colored water they may call it a river but it has more than that the waters include waterfalls rapids the river itself and a couple of pools during its peak season this extraordinary river dons vivid colors like red blue black green and yellow the red color is a result of the riverweed clavera which changes from green to red when the water and sun conditions are at a certain level the other colors are just a combination of water rocks and sand and if you've ever dreamt of fishing in a rainbow pool well let's just say you gotta keep dreaming because the condo crestalis doesn't have any fish rainbows would be jealous of this river [Music] 10. patlian lake located in the midst of some exquisite looking red hills and lush green pasture the pattlion lake is such a beauty to behold the fresh air and tranquility it offers are like no other if you're looking for a place to hike explore nature and experience an all-around outdoor experience then this is definitely a place for you the platlin lake is a relatively unexplored lake that guarantees a lifetime's adventure and one you should visit one amazing fact about this lake is that it's only accessible in summers because of the heavy snowfalls and winters and is one of the most beautiful lakes in radigali national park of pakistan as it is wonderfully covered with red and blue flower beds on the lush green mountains and along with its blue watercolor it presents a scenery to behold and it also happens to be one of the longest lakes in the neelum valley when you visit the lake in june you'll see the glaciers at a temperature of about 10 degrees celsius accompanied by new spring breezes that precede summer all within hills covered with snow most parts of the year and beautiful landscapes it is definitely a place for every outdoor person 9. eruption of the kalbuko volcano in chile believe it or not these were the beautiful destructive scenes of the eruption of the kalbuco volcano in chile how can something so devastating look so heavenly it beats me although this isn't a tourist spot not that you'd want to visit anyway the kalbuko erupted for the first time since 1972 in 2015 vigorously spewing ash and pumice for at least 90 minutes before the lava flow was observed from the main vent luckily the surrounding villages were evacuated in time and all nearly 2 000 people were reported to be unharmed however the ash rose at least 15 kilometers above the volcano simply amazing 8. oai greece
[Music] arguably one of the most photographed towns in greece o.i is a beautiful town located on the northeastern tip of the island of santorini the small town has beautiful white houses perched on a cliff nothing beats the sunset views of this town the sunset view is one thing oi also offers some fascinating views of the terracia island the palaia volcano and the nia kamini the town is famed for its white-walled stone houses better watch where you put your hands then there's the blue domed monastery which has become a symbol of small town greece the town may be small but be sure to take your walking shoes if you visit you'd have to tackle a flight of 300 stairs before reaching it from the harbor with such beautiful scenery i wouldn't mind taking 500 more steps easier said than done i know seven door to hell having a fire burning non-stop for 44 years is definitely a sight to behold and if that fire is burning inside a crater that's 20 meters deep and the size of an american football field it sure as heck is one of the places you've got to see on earth the door to hell is the name given to a massive natural gas-filled crater with continuously burning fire but its real name the derweez crater because it's located in derwee's aha province turkmenistan but how did a crater manage to sustain fire for over 40 years and how come no one has tried putting out the fire well the crater was said to have been formed incidentally by some soviet engineers when they thought it would be a source of oil for the world oh how wrong they were unfortunately after digging the place they only found a poisonous gas instead of oil so rather than allowing the gas to travel to nearby villages they decided to light it up and it's been ablaze ever since although they only estimated it would burn for two weeks being a fiery hole and all canadian explorer george corrinis took it upon himself to be the first person to set foot at the bottom of the crater who does he think he is a firebender but now the president has ordered for the fire to be quelled and the hole to be sealed to make room for more drilling sites this is one place to give a glimpse of what hell would look like but on the bright side it makes for an excellent campsite especially for the crater's stunning effect at night 6. victoria falls also known as the devil's pool or the smoke that thunders by locals victoria falls is africa's version of niagara falls it's located on the zambezi river that forms a part of the border between zimbabwe and zambia the waterfall is over 1708 meters wide and 108 meters high it's one of the biggest waterfalls in the world and one of the most beautiful places you can visit at its peak an incredible 500 million liters of water crashes down the falls every minute creating a thunderous roar that can be heard 40 kilometers away the resulting spray usually rises 400 meters above the falls and causes a permanent cloud of smoke so you get where all the smoke that thunders is coming from 5. canola flower fields luoping china yellow is a bright alluring color that breathes life into all it comes across if you're a big fan of yellow then this is one spot you'll have to visit luopine county in the area of yunnan china is usually quiet for most of the year until the canola blooms the fields are grown to produce cooking oil from the canola seeds also known as come march these fields are the favorite spot of bees tourists and photographers so the best time to visit is between february and march when the flowers are blooming also at the beginning of the canola season an annual festival is held to celebrate the flowers so you could attend that as well 4. machu picchu peru [Music] when a place rhymes with picture you can almost bet it will always give breathtaking images every time not just that it also plays an important role in human history by being one of the historic sites the citadel was built sometime around the 1480s and was abandoned during the spanish conquest of peru it is located on the northeast of kusho peru and offers insight into the inca people's heritage to get to machu picchu you'll need to climb a 2430 meter high mountain reaching the summit of the site is on the bucket list of several people for good reason it gives you the feeling of finding a lost city bringing out the indiana jones and you three mount fuji being japan's most visited tourist attraction with over 300 000 visitors yearly mount fuji is truly one after the hearts of many outdoor explorers to think the mountain can only be accessed for only two months in a year shows how sought after this mountain is who wouldn't want to visit a mountain incredibly made up of three separate volcanoes there's komatek at the bottom kofuji in the middle and fuji right on top did i also mention the mountain is an active volcano oops but don't worry about that the volcano hasn't erupted since 1707 when it erupted for two weeks that aside the mountain trails offer an unrivaled view of the surrounding five lakes it plays a significant to japan's cultural and spiritual geography it also offers some hot springs ideal for easing the aches and pains you might have after a long day's climbing 2. old bagan myanmar
[Music] here's another place you have to see to believe located in myanmar's mandalay region old bagan was the capital of pagan kingdom during its time and the peak of the city's dominance more than 4 400 buddhist temples pagodas and monasteries were built on these planes today the ruins of over 3 800 of those structures populate the area and you can explore many of them on foot or you can opt for a hot balloon ride to get an aerial view of the magnificence of this place it's one of those truly unbelievable places that will leave you breathless world's filled with so many waterfalls check out the one sent to us by a subscriber this is undoubtedly one of nature's wonders just as these other waterfalls but as you can see it's a compilation of waterfalls and we couldn't determine if it were real or fake after we did some digging let's have a look our number one although it looks very dreamy is one hundred percent real one pangen red beach china we've explored just about the most jaw-dropping spots from black beaches to ancient cities to technologically advanced structures i hope you've got some all left for just one more next we got a beach that isn't covered with sand strange i'll explain the ponjan red beach is not like other beaches instead of being covered with sand the beach is red thanks to a plant that causes the redness if i can call it that the suwaina salsa or seepweed the beach itself is located within the biggest wetland and reed marsh in the world in lyoning province although the beach is closed to the public to preserve a small portion of it is used as a tourist attraction center alright comment down below which of these beautiful places is your favorite and which you'd love to visit if you haven't already don't forget to like the video subscribe to forevergreen and hit the bell icon for more exciting content see in the next one peace out [Music] you