1. NEAK PEAN – SIEM REAP, CAMBODIA –
Neak Pean is how Paradise should look like. This place can be described with just one word: d – i – v – i – n – e. I’d say even better than the well-known Angkor Wat temple complex. Maybe because the peaceful vibes that permeate this place were completely unexpected.
2. KASTRUP SEA BATH – COPENHAGEN, DENMARK –
Copenhagen is in my heart and Kastrup Sea Bath particularly is. I don’t even know how to describe it: open-air sea-pool? wooden island? I went there twice, in January, when the boardwalk was covered with frosty water and the wind was freezing. Can’t wait to go again in summer and feel the difference.
3. GIANT’S CAUSEWAY – ANTRIM, NORTHERN IRELAND
I will go to Giant’s Causeway every single time I’ll go back to Northern Ireland. Here you can really see and touch the creative power of nature. It’s an amazing experience to walk over hexagonal basalt columns resulting from a volcanic eruption. To be experienced at least once in a lifetime.
4. THE DARK HEDGES – BALLYMONEY, NORTHERN IRELAND –
Made famous by Game of Thrones, the Dark Hedges is probably one of the most photographed natural wonders in Ireland. It’s attractive and intimidating at the same time.
5. LADYBOWER RESERVOIR – PEAK DISTRICT, GREAT BRITAIN –
Great scenery but if you head over here I’m sure you don’t want to miss “the holes in the lake”. Two reservoirs that provide water to the towns nearby. I could spend hours staring at the water flowing down into the unknown.
6. CLIFTON SUSPENSION BRIDGE – BRISTOL, GREAT BRITAIN –
One of the most beautiful bridges within a natural environment. It seems like it was meant to be there. It rises from the cliff it has been built on in such a way that the natural and artificial parts are actually a whole unitary piece.