The whole world is blessed with fabulous cities and places which are far from the most describable words. Especially, these places are linked with rich history, incredible man-made structures, and typical culture. Although “beauty is in the eyes of the beholder”, we suggest here the list of most amazingly beautiful cities around the world.
Cape Town gains the global recognition thanks to the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. Kirstenbosch botanical garden, Table Mountain, Cape Point and V&A Waterfront are some of the most visited places of this most popular tourist destination in Africa.
V&A Waterfront and Table Mountain in the distance
Vancouver, the coastal city located in Lower Mainland of British Columbia, Canada, illustrious for eco-friendly green space and Stanley Park.
Florence, the capital and most populous city of the Italian region of Tuscany, is well-known for its art and architecture dating back the Middle Ages and in the Renaissance
Golden Gate Bridge and Fisherman’s Wharf are two most desired tourist destinations in California.
New York City
Central Park, Time square and Empire State Building are must-see sites for any traveler coming to New York City.
Cambridge is home to one of the most famous university in the world, Centre for Mathematical Sciences and King’s College Chapel.
Paris, “City of Lights” or the capital of France, is famous for Eiffel Tower, tree-lined Avenue des Champs-Élysées and Grand Palais.
Coming to Sydney, visitors have chances to discover Bondi Beach, famous Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House.
Venice in Italy is totally absented from cars
Chicago, City of Wind of US, is known for the shore of Lake Michigan and the Millennium Park.
London is known for not only its modern business center and luxurious skylines but historical importance and cultue as well.
Tokyo is the city of cherry blossoms, Tokyo Tower and Imperial Palace
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Let's take a tour to five most fabulous floating hotels around the world to relax yourselves with natural environment, comfortable accommodation, delicious meals and unique massage treatments.
Bora Bora Lagoon Resort & Spa – French Polynesia
The Bora Bora Lagoon Resort and Spa offers its guests the best with 76 bungalows, suites and villas. While bungalows have glass-topped coffee tables with views of the lagoon beneath, the suites and villas feature private sundecks as well as plunge pools.
The resort consists of a large, horizon-edged swimming pool, two tennis courts, a fitness center and Maru Spa, the only tree-top spa in the South Pacific positioned high in the branches of two giant banyan trees.
The resort has two restaurants, Otemanu for fine dining and Cafe Fare for casual fare
Guest must spend $649 to $1419 per night according to 2011 rates
Oberoi Udaivilas – India
Located in the middle of glittering Lake Pichola, the five-star Oberoi Udaivilas is among the most stunning floating hotels. It was built based on the architecture of a traditional Indian palace, paired with manicured gardens, romantic courtyards and trickling fountains. Its interior features embellished domes, hand-painted frescoes, flamboyant mirrors and authentic artifacts.
Guests can relax in their suite’s private pools that overlook the lake or do yoga and medication on an al fresco terrace
Guests can experience a traditional Kashmiri gondola that is equipped with champagne and canapés
River Kwai Jungle Rafts – Thailand
Situated on a wild, remote stretch of the river, the River Kwai Jungle Rafts is claimed to be an escape in the truest sense. It has two floating wings built in the local Mon style, each houses 55 spacious, bamboo-walled twin rooms that are naturally cooled by the river passing underneath and lit at night by simple oil lamps.
It features a floating restaurant serving authentic Thai as well as international food and a jungle bar
It also offers excellent elephant trekking, waterfall hikes, rafting and fishing trips, etc
Salt & Sill – Sweden
Initially served as a restaurant famous for its raw local food and the herring platter in 1999, Salt & Sill then added a 23-room floating hotel in 2008. It was designed with extraordinary care for the environment. All bedrooms, which overlook the surrounding archipelago, are paired with a modern Scandinavian simplicity.
It also adds a two-floor sauna that sits atop a catamaran and offers coast view
Amazingly, all the rock excavated during the construction of the hotel was used to build a new lobster reef
ReefWorld – Australia
Thanks to British architect firm Richard Hywel Evans, the ReefWorld offers a full underwater spa, glass-walled bathrooms, eight submerged bedrooms and a research facility right on top of Australia’s stunning Great Barrier Reef.
The hotel is also regarded to be the world’s first eco-friendly floating hotel
The floating hotel can generate its own heat and electricity using a mixture of turbines, solar panels and underwater trickle-charge generators