2. Son Doong Cave, Vietnam
Hailed as the world’s largest cave, its name translates to Mountain River Cave. The cave is so large that a small jungle has formed within it. While Son Doong was first discovered in 1991, scientists only began to explore its depths in 2009.
3. Victoria Falls, Zambia
Victoria Falls is located in the Zambezi River on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. Visitors can photograph the spectacular view from afar, but close and personal encounters with the roaring falls are also popular. Those who are brave enough can choose to white water raft the rough rapids or bungee jump 111 meters down a bridge near the falls.
4. Bo-Kaap, Cape Town, South Africa
South Africa’s first official mosque is located in Bo-Kaap and large portion of Cape Town’s Muslim community are located in the neighborhood. It is known as Cape Malay Quater due to the large number of ancestors of Malaysian slaves who reside there. The brightly colored traditional houses date back to the 17th and 18th centuries.
5. Flam Railway, Norway
The Flam climbs 2,838 feet to in an hour, making it one of the world’s steepest railways. The ride includes some of Norway’s most stunning scenery. This includes surging waterfalls, winding rivers, magnificent mountains, and quaint farmland.
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