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10 Spectacular Tourist Destinations Abroad

10 Spectacular Tourist Destinations Abroad – In this world of so many beautiful places and spectacular that actually we pity to miss in the visit. But most people don’t have enough time and may charge for visiting beautiful places around the world. Perhaps the spectacular photos of beautiful places in the world.

1. Danxia Landform, China

The Danxia Landform refers to the variety of landscapes found across the Southeast and Southwest China consisting of coloured arch cliffs. This is the kind of geomorphology of unique petrografis found.
Danxia Landform formed from sandstone (sandstone) is red and the conglomerate rocks are mostly derived from Cretaceous era (Cretaceous era). Forms of its karst topography looks like many rocky areas formed in limestone, but because the stones that form the Danxia landform is sandstones and conglomerates, they called the land form of pseudo-karst“.
Danxia Lanform includes several province in Southeast China. Taining County, Fujian province, has an excellent example of Danxia Landform young” formed in narrow valleys. Along with the increase in land forms, the valley widens and any radiated stone towers that are isolated and mountainous.
Danxia Landform is named from the name Mount Danxia, which is one of the most famous examples of Danxia landform.
A very strange features of formation of Danxia landscape is the numerous caves of various sizes and shapes. This caves tend to be shallow and not isolated, such as karst areas where caves are formed in, and tend to be interconnected to form a network.
In 2010, the six Danxia landscape in South China, with the common name China’s Danxia“, recorded as a world heritage site. The six Danxia landform that is:. Langshan mountain and mount Wanfoshan (Hunan province), mount Danxia (Guangdong Province), Taining and Guanzhishan (Fujian province), Mt Longhu and Guifeng (Jiangxi province), Fangyan, Mt. Jianglang (Zhejiang Province), Mountain Chishui (Guizhou Province). A total of 6 core areas above is 73.945 ha, and the total buffer area is 65.446 ha.
2. The Red Shore, Panjin
In contrast to the usual Beach, Red Beach does not have a red sand, but only seaweed covering almost the whole of the Liaohe delta. Seaweed called Sueda grew during April or may and remain green until the summer. When autumn comes, the visitor can watch the changing of the color of Orange, pink, and becomes a glowing red that would be eye-catching.
10 Spectacular Tourist Destinations Abroad
To have a perfect view of the Red from the shore, then the best time is during mid-September to mid-October. Only a small portion of the Red Beach is open for tourists and the Park closes at five in the afternoon local time.
In addition to the live paint Red Swamp, visitors can also see birds Crowned Crane (crane types) and the BlackBeaked Gulls (Black beak gulls) throughout the region. That is why it is also referred to as “the House of the Stork“.
3. The Yellow Sea in Luoping, China
Luoping is a district in the eastern part of Yunnan, China, located about 230 kilometers northeast of Kunming near the border between the provinces of Yunnan and Guangxi, Guizhou province. In early spring, when flowers rapeseed (yellow radish also known as canola) in full bloom, this area became a sea of yellow-a spectacle that has made the Luoping became a haven for photographers.
Vast farmland surrounded by flowers yellow turnip which stretches as far as the eye can see. Best time to visit Luoping is February to March, in June recital Yellow Sea ends.
4. Crescent Lake, Oasis Desert, China
About 6 km (3,73 MI) from the suburbs of Dunhuang in China Western Crescent Lake, an oasis in the Gobi desert. Known in Chinese as Yueyaquan, Lake Crescent-shaped is a major tourist attraction where one large temple Buddhism are.
Designated as a world heritage site, the Lake has been shrinking since the 1970s and is now about a third of its original size. In the last three decades, the Lake has dropped more than 25 feet. However, it has been reported that the Government recently took steps to preserve the site and return to the previous level of Lake depth (though many doubted this Chinese Government initiative).
An ancient city that used to be China’s gateway to the West, Dunhuang, is now threatened by the demands of a very modern. A dam built three decades ago to help local farming, combined with a doubling of the population, had pressed a fragile desert hydrology that had been stable for thousands of years. As more and more people come, the underground water level is the main source of drinking water of the city began to decline. [Source: New York Times, Wikipedia]
5. Raja Ampat Islands, Indonesia
Raja Ampat Islands is a series of four clusters of Islands and is located in the western part of the bird’s head (Vogelkoop) of New Guinea. In the Administration, this cluster is under the Raja Ampat Islands, West Papua Province. The archipelago is now a destination of divers who are interested will lower its scenic beauty. Four clusters of islands that a member named its largest four islands, namely Waigeo, Misool, Salawati Island, and Batanta.
Raja Ampat Islands is a series of four clusters of Islands and is located in the western part of the bird’s head (Vogelkoop) of New Guinea. In the Administration, this cluster is under the Raja Ampat Islands, West Papua Province. The archipelago is now a destination of divers who are interested will lower its scenic beauty. Four clusters of islands that a member named its largest four islands, namely Waigeo, Misool, Salawati Island, and Batanta.
There are some areas of coral reefs that is still very good condition with a closing percentage of living coral up to 90% of the Dampier Strait, namely in (the Strait between the islands of Waigeo and Batanta), the islands of South East Misool Islands Kofiau Islands Wayag. Types of coral reefs in Raja Ampat coral reef is generally the edge with the contour of sloping to steep. But it also found the type or types of atolls and charred taka.


The unique species that can be found at the time of the dive is some kind of sea horses dwarfs, wobbegongs, and Manta Rays. There is also a fish endemic to raja ampat, namely Eviota raja, that sort of fish gobbie.
6. Blue Waves, Maladewa

While on vacation in the Maldives, Taiwan photographers Will Ho bowled with remarkable views of the night on the beach one of the islands of the archipelago of the Maldives, which are filled with millions of luminous phytoplankton. This phenomenon happens not only on the one island of the Maldives, but also on other islands, but in a different month.
7. Cappadocia, Turkey
The region of Cappadocia were formed as a result of volcanic eruptions about 93 million years ago. More than hundreds and thousands of years, the sedimentary rocks and volcanic deposits eroded into hundreds of spectacular pillars and Minaret like forms, which reaches a height of 40 metres. In the rock formations of people had dug a network of caves that served as a refuge, shelter, storage and places of worship dating from the 4th century. The complex of tunnels forming the cities of eight different floor hidden under the soil, making it one of the largest shelter cave complex in the world.
8. The Aral Sea dries up
The Aral Sea is located between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, and never had been the fourth largest sea in the world. But for some time now there is even a never-beforeheard it.
Moynaq (also spelled as Muynak) is a city in Northern Karakalpakstan in Western Uzbekistan. Half a century ago, the city is located on the coast of the Aral Sea, fishing communities there proud of their harbour the largest in Karakalpakstan. In prime time, Muynak and other cities in the Aral produces 160 tons of fish every day of this fish-rich waters. The fishing ships ever to sail in these waters now stands rusting in the Sun in the area that is now known to be the graveyard of ships. But how can this happen?
In 1940, Soviet engineers began a program of ambitious, fertilize the desert sand. It was decided that the two rivers that irrigate the Aral Sea, the Amu Darya and Syr Darya rivers in the South-East, will be diverted to irrigate the desert, in an effort to plant rice, melons, cereals, and cotton. In 1960, between 20 and 60 cubic kilometres of water annually flows into the desert and not towards the Aral Sea again. With most of the water supply is lost, the Aral Sea began to shrink. From 1961 to 1970, the Aral Sea are receding at a rate of an average of 20 cm per year, in the 1970s, became his threefold i.e. 50-60 cm per year, and in the 1980s, continues to decline, with an average of 80-90 centimetres each year. In 2007, the Aral Sea has decreased to only 10% of its original size.
Aral sea fishing industry, Prime employs about 40,000 people and is reported to produce one-sixth of the entire catch of fish in the Soviet Union, was destroyed, and the former fishing town along the coast of the Aral Sea‘s original checkmate boats. Fishing boats seen spread across dry land that was once covered by water, many of which have been there for 20 years.
When the Aral Sea began to recede, a canal was dug along 20 kilometers. But the effort was in vain. The sea receding even farther, the graveyard of ships grew up around the city, the airport was closed, some fishermen go, some died, some people switching professions to become traders and some become a breeder of camels.
There is an ongoing effort in Kazakhstan to save and fill the North Aral Sea. In 2005, Kokaral Dam was built to control the influx of water that comes from the Syr Darya. Thanks to the dam water level has been rising 24 metres in 2008. However, prospects for the remains of the South Aral Sea remain bleak.

The Aral Sea views from space in August 2009. The black lines are the former shoreline of the Aral Sea in 1960.

9. Hang Son Doong Cave, the largest in the world
Hang Son Doong cave, sometimes just called the son doong cave, is a national park in Phong Nha-Ke Bang, Viet Nam, is believed to be the world’s largest cave ever found until now.
The caves were discovered by a local man named HồKhanh in 1991 but local residents afraid to explore because the voice sound weird in the cave, which is actually the sound that comes from the underground river. New in 2009, the cave is known to the public the world when a group of scientists from the United Kingdom the British Cave Research Association, led by Howard Limbert, conducted a survey in Phong Nha-Ke Bang in April, 2009. According to Limbert, this cave is five times larger than the Phong Nha cave, previously regarded as the largest cave in Viet Nam. The largest room of son doong is more than five kilometres in length, the height of 200 meters and a width of 150 metres.
10. The Beauty of Glacier Caves
Glacier caves are caves that were formed in the glacier. Glacier caves are often called ice caves, but the term Ice Cave has undergone a shift of meaning because it is often used to describe the rock caves that contain year-round ice.
Most glacier caves are started by water flowing through or under the glacier. This water often comes from the surface of the glaciers are melting and then enter through moulin and exiting in the snout of glaciers at the base level. Heat transfer from the water can cause sufficient melting to create cavities containing air. The movement of air can then assist enlargement through melting ice caves in the summer and sublimation in winter.
Glacier caves are formed by geothermal heat from volcanic vents or Hotsprings from under the ice. An extreme example is the Kverkfjöll glacier cave in the Vatnajokull glacier in Iceland, as measured in 1980, length of 2.8 kilometres with a total of hallway its vertical bar is 525 meters.

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