Although there aren’t many typical tourist attractions in Ipiales, the one that there is - Las Lajas Sanctuary - is worth the trip. The Sanctuary is a stunning example of neo-Gothic architecture located in a forested gorge near the border with Ecuador.
El Djem is a city in northern Tunisia filled with architecture from the days of the Roman Empire. The Ampitheatre of El Djem in particular is recognized as a fantastic example of Roman ruins in North Africa.
The Cambodian province of Kampong Thom is a great alternative to the traditional tourist destination of Angkor Wat, containing amazing complexes such as Sambor Prei Kuk, which includes over 100 temples.
Also called Lanyu, Orchid Island is one of Taiwan’s southernmost locales. The island is culturally unique from the rest of Taiwan, inhabited by the Yami ethnic group who speak their own language and consider the land to be sacred.
In addition to being ridiculously gorgeous, Kobarid is also a perfect destination for history buffs, containing archaeological sites dating to the Iron Age as well as a museum commemorating the town’s importance during World War I.
Located 30 kilometers south of the major metropolitan area of Brisbane, North Stradbroke Island is sparsely populated, making it the perfect escape for anyone looking to enjoy activities such as whale watching and surfing on the island’s Main Beach.