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Today I will share with you with an interesting travel destination with lots of amazing colours. I was surfing through one of my favorite travel blog and this particular one post caught my attention. I love bright colours on buildings and nature. Colors brings everything to life.
So thank you to Jennifer Rose Smith at camille styles for sharing this wonderful post.
7 Most Colourful Destination
Samode Palace in Jaipur, india
India is truly exploding with color, and no architecture captures it quite like the ornate Samode Palace in Jaipur, which also happens to be a hotel.
Pantai Merah, or the “Pink Beach” on the island of Komodo is one of seven natural pink beaches in the world. The beach gets it’s unique hue from from microscopic animals called Foraminifera, which produce a red pigment on the coral reefs. The beach is ideal for snorkeling, diving, and for spotting the Komodo Dragon — the largest living lizard on the planet.
Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone’s large scale art installation outside of Vegas is comprised of seven 30-foot tall rock totems, all painted day glow colors. It’s an instagrammer’s dream in the middle of the desert, and even better — free and open to the public.
Of all the colorful historic towns in the world, you’d be hard pressed to find one more picturesque than the blue-washed buildings of old town in Chefchaouen, Morocco. It’s like walking inside Picasso’s blue period, surrounded by mountains and cannabis farms.
Between its picturesque mountains and beaches, New Zealand boasts a seemingly endless list of outdoor attractions. But a tour through the Glowworm Grotto in Waitomo is at the top of our bucket list of Kiwi adventures. The glowworm (Arachnocampa Luminosa) is unique to New Zealand, and a tour through the grotto reveals thousands of these tiny creatures as they radiate their unmistakable luminescent light into a subterranean world.
Casa Luis barragan in Mexico city, Mexico
It is a famed architect’s home. His use of bold saturated color combined with minimal shapes will leave you inspired to take the railings off your staircase and paint the ceiling yellow.
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