TIME has released its debut list of the greatest places in the World. It highlights 100 destinations that it refers to as new groundbreakers, leaders in industry trends and also places that offer amazing experiences to visitors. The full list of the 100 destinations is available here .
Destinations To Visit
1. Tianjin Binhai Library in Tianjin, China: It features an all-white design as well as a spherical auditorium. It has become a highly attractive visiting destination since it first opened last year.
2. Morgan’s Inspiration Island in San Antonio, Texas: A dad inspired by his daughter built a water park for people living with disabilities.
3. Pandora, The World of Avatar in Bay Lake, Florida: The Orlando Park spans 12-acres and is set in a location in Pandora which is really never shown in movies.
4. Golden Bridge in Ba Na Hills, Vietnam: The giant hands here raise the Golden Bridge above Vietnam’s Trường Sơn Mountains. It is located over 1,400m above the sea level.
5. Underwater Museum of Art in South Walton, Florida: The ocean has watery depths that makes it possible for the swimmers of Northwest Florida’s coast to see incredible art whenever they are below the waters.
6. Louvre Abu Dhabi in Abu Dhabi, UAE: The Louvre Abu Dhabi began operation in November 2017. The site was built from ten years of work and fulfillment of the UAE’S cultural ambitions.
7. Oriental Science Fiction Valley in Guangzhou China: This place is situated outside Guiyang. It has over 35 virtual reality pieces of attractions including roller coasters, interactive shooting rides, and sci-fi simulators.
8. Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi in Abu Dhabi, UAE: The newly opened Warner Bros World is a billion-dollar theme park in UAE. It is reportedly one of the world’s biggest indoor theme parks.
Destinations To Stay
1. Alila Fort Bishangarh in Rajasthan, India: This Indian hotel is a perfect synergy between luxury and history.
2. Conrad Maldives Rangali Island in Rangali Island, Maldives: The resort opened its first transparent-walled restaurant underwater in 2005. It is also set to open the first underwater hotel facility in the world in November.
3. Hôtel de Crillon in Paris: The hotel is located in a building that dates back in time and has a lot of beautiful features. It was officially commissioned by King Louis XV aa a palace.
4. Icehotel 365 in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden: It took about 27 years to build and rebuild this hotel every winter. It is set to be the first ever frozen accommodation to remain open all through the year.
5. Retreat at Blue Lagoon in Reykjavik, Iceland: This hotel adds icing to the cake for those taking a trip to the Blue Lagoon. The retreat has a restaurant, 62 rooms, and a spa. Four out of the 62 rooms are suites that provide access to the lagoon’s private areas.
6. Symphony of the Seas, Cruise ship: This ship is extremely massive. In addition to its phenomenal size, it also houses the tallest waterside ever seen at sea and has fast Internet and several artworks.
Destinations To Wine And Dine
1. Ultraviolet in Shanghai, China: This restaurant only serves 10 diners per time. It also offers topnotch Western cuisine in a private dining place characterized by high technology.
2. Tsuta in Tokyo: This shop located on the outskirts of the city allegedly serves one of the best ramens in the world. In 2015, Tsuta was crowned the first ramen shop to win Michelin star.
3. Central in Lima, Peru: Central’s existence and spot on this list are allegedly hinged on the current diversity of Peru’s larder. It has larder from the Amazon, the Andes, and the Pacific Ocean.
4. The Lost Kitchen in Freedom, Maine
This foodie destination is located in a small town in Maine. It is a 45-seat restaurant and run by Chef Eric French. The demand for the chef’s seven-course was reportedly at roughly 20,000 requests in 11 days and French began to accept only reservations sent through postcards.
5. Indian Accent in New Delhi, India: Indian Accent has secured a spot on the list of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants for 6 years and counting. The restaurant’s success is linked to the inventive Indian cuisine of chef Manish Mehrotra.
6. Vespertine in Los Angeles, California: This restaurant does not stick to the traditional dining rules and its menu contains bold-flavored combinations like crystallized onion and smoked bone marrow; scallops served with salted plum.