Constructed over 1,200 years ago from a single rock formation, the Kailasa Temple is remarkable for its size, architecture, and unique building process.
Every winter, Lost Lake Oregon drains through a mysterious hole, the origin of which has baffled scientists for years.
Based on the ethos of well-intended art with disastrous results, the Museum of Bad Art contains a number of unique pieces with a cult following.
The chicken bus experience ticks a lot of boxes if you want a frisson of excitement on your Guatemalan adventure
Treehouse at the edge of the world offers visitors a ride of a lifetime
Statue of Indian statesman Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel considered world’s tallest
People in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones. It’s even more relevant if you plan on dining inside aforementioned glass house. Dutch restaurant Mediamatic Biotoop have thought of a cunning plan, involving long planks of wood and greenhouses, to further the cause of post corona dining.
There is a real tree-lined Tunnel of Love near Klevan in the Ukraine. It was originally planted to camouflage a military base during the Cold War. Tourists now flock to the picturesque site for romantic strolls and photo opportunities. There’s a small caveat, it’s still a working railway used by the local plywood factory.
Zakopane is already a popular destination for winter sports but the town has another reason you’d want to visit, Snowlandia, the world’s biggest snow labyrinth.
The Drupka kung fu nuns of Nepal are spreading their own message of equality and helping vulnerable women fight back against sexual predators.
How should you respond when Russian submarines allegedly breach sovereign waters? Isn’t it obvious? A gay singing sailor sign of course!
An art and architecture initiative in Bordeaux means visitors can stay overnight in bespoke owl cabins for absolutely free.