The world is full of bizarre locations and spots which are not very popular as the so called ‘tourists spots’. They exit quietly without much hype related to them. In contrast to the immensely crowded tourist spots these places are not visited by the people who are on a plain and simple holiday. Instead it features high on the list of those people who have an appetite for the unknown.
Let us take a look at some of the most bizarre destinations from all over the world..
Leshan Giant Buddha
This is located in Sichuan. It was carved out of the mountain side . This was built in the first part of the 8th century. The height of this statue is as high as 233 feet. It is considered as one of the largest statues of Buddha in the world. It is especially popular among the Buddhists .
Honghe Hani Rice Terraces , China
It was developed about 1300 years by the people of Hani. Hani is basically a type of farming system which uses livestock – buffalo and fish in the cultivation of the red variant of rice. Red rice is the primary crop for this region. The region has been declared as one the world heritage sites by UNESCO. This was included in the list in the year 2013.
Salar de Uyuni , Bolivia
This is located in the Bolivia in the high desert of Andean . It is considered as one of the largest salt flat in the world. The site stretches for about 7440 square miles.
Goblin Valley State Park, Utah
The Goblin Valley State Park is located in Utah. It is situated near the Arches and the Canyonlands national park. There are various sandstone formations in it which resemble the goblins.
Panda Inn, Sichuan , China
This is a heaven for all panda lovers. This is a panda –themed hotel which was opened recently in the month of February. It is located in the Sichuan province and a few days of stay in this uniquely designed inn will leave you spell bound. It has got 32 rooms and all the art and furniture is panda themed. Even the staff members of the inn are seen serving the guests in panda outfits.
Las Pozas, Xilitla ,Mexico
It is a collection of surreal structures created by the English designer, Edward James.