8 Most Unforgettable ๐Ÿ’ฅ Destinations ๐ŸŒŽ ๐ŸŒ ๐ŸŒ Everyone Must Visit in Their Lifetime โณโŒ›๏ธ ...

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Just when you thought your bucket list of places to visit was long enough, here I am again with another set of jaw-dropping destinations.

The places Iโ€™m sharing with you today are among the most jaw-dropping on the planet;

so jaw-droppingly awesome and spectacular that they almost seem out of this world.

1. Reed Flute Cave, China

Reed Flute Cave, China

Clearly a land of superlative destinations everyone must visit before they die, China's Reed Flute Cave in the Guilin province is right up there with Australia's Great Barrier Reef in terms of natural wonder and jaw-dropping geological quality.

Filled with geological formations of outstanding beauty, the cave seems like a depository for stalactites and stalagmites created over millennia by water running over limestone, a water god carving out his own unearthly sculptures in the process.

2. Pamukkale, Denizli Province, Turkey

Pamukkale, Denizli Province, Turkey

Formed by hot springs and travertines, the naturally occurring terraces surrounding the ancient Byzantine city of Pamukkale look like a snow-covered staircase leading all the way to Asgard's hallowed halls.

It's one of the few heavenly places modern-day Valkyries can explore on foot without incurring the wrath of Thor.

3. The Atoll from Outer Space, the Maldives, Indian Ocean

The Atoll from Outer Space, the Maldives, Indian Ocean

Looking like the setting for a sequel for the movie Interstellar, a scary water-logged world floating somewhere in outer space, the 26 natural atolls of the Maldives are by contrast very friendly and one of the most beautiful places on Earth.2

You'll only encounter welcoming locals with big smiles, not aliens keen to eat you, that's a promise!

4. Metropol Parasol at Setas De Sevilla, Spain

Metropol Parasol at Setas De Sevilla, Spain

Sticking with the theme of destinations out of this world and near outer space experiences: the world's largest wooden structure at Setas de Sevilla will provide you with a truly "alien" background for your social media pictures.

Originally created in 2011 as a canopy over a busy Andalusian shopping district, the Metropol Parasol looks more like a model for the next International Space Station.

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