Top 10 Places to See Before You Die


5. Taj Mahal

This man-made building was constructed around the 1600s and has since then been a magnificent place for people to visit. And while a lot of people like to believe that the Taj Mahal is one massive structure, the truth is that it is comprised of several smaller structures. Its huge white dome has become a landmark for the people visiting there and the calligraphy that is carved into the sides of the building really makes an amazing spectacle. If you visit here, you sure won’t be disappointed.


4. Angkor Wat

The name “Angkor Wat” stands for “City Temple” and it is a marvelous structure that you can witness in Cambodia. It is a representation of exactly what humans are capable of without the availability of modern technology. There are several large statues that have been carved and been placed inside of the building and they are also a nice site to see. A scheduled guided tour is recommended so that you can truly tune in on what the city temple has to offer.


3. Great Barrier Reef

To put simply, the Great Barrier Reef is the biggest and most renowned coral reef in the world. It stretches for over 1,600 miles and contains a large number of sea creatures. Because of this, it has become a hot spot for both recreational and seasoned divers. When visiting the Great Barrier Reef, you’ll also be able to enjoy the many accommodations that surround the area. And let’s not forget that there are guided tours that will take you into the more interesting sections of the coral reef.


2. Petra

The ancient city of Petra was a city that was built in the sides of mountains. The entry ways are massive (14 feet on average) and will provide you access to over 3,000 year-old trading items and rooms. Since the stone used in the production of the city is so strong, it has been able to weather the elements and survive for long periods of time with little to no ware. You can visit Petra in Jordan and there are a variety of resorts that you could visit on your stay.


1. Great Pyramid of Giza

The reason this made it to the top of our list is because the Great Pyramid of Giza happens to be the oldest, and most well-known, man-made structures in the world. This monument alone proves that people have been able to utilize math, even in ancient times, and create engineering marvels without the help of modern technology. While most pyramids that have been recorded have a purpose of some kind, the Great Pyramid of Giza’s purpose is still unknown. Its highly polished stone and outer walls will take your breath away and is a must-see when you are in Egypt.

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