1. Leshan Giant Buddha
Quite the Buddha. The Leshan Giant Buddha is located in China by the city of Leshan. This monster sits 233 feet tall or deep whichever way you look at it. Construction began in 713 and ended in 803 AD.
2. Puerto Rico Bio-Bay
In this bay off the coast of Puerto Rico, every movement you make turns into a light show. The bioluminescent bacteria causes this and will only light up for a few seconds, looks pretty awesome.
3. Wulingyan, Hunan in China
This place has steep limestone karsts, caves, waterfalls – one of the more scenic places in the world. James Cameron is sure to have gone there.
4. Pamukkale Turkey
5. Bagan, Burma
You may have heard of this one. This ancient city dating back to the 800′s A.D. houses 2200 temples to this day, and at its peak had over 10,000.
6. Neft Daşları
This industrial settlement is located in Baku, Azerbaijan near the Caspian sea. It houses 5,000 workers and contains over 190 miles of man made streets. It is mainly known for its women and theatre.
7. Antarctic Ice Towers
These volcanic towers push out molten heat creating these ice towers through parts of Antarctica.
8. Fantastic Cave Pit
This Fantastic Pit Cave is located in Ellison’s Cave in Walker County on Pigeon Mountain in the Appalachian Mountains in Northwest Georgia in the United States in North America. It is 586 feet deep, if you throw your friend down it, it will probably take them around 8 seconds to hit the bottom.
9. Floating Immortals
Floats off the Belgian coast, this strange made man mountain was created by a Chinese sculpter named Zhan Wang.
10. Neptune Memorial
If you want to bury your cremated relatives somewhere more interesting than the shelf above the fireplace, this might be the place. This is located underwater a few miles off the coast of Miami is more or less only accesible to scuba divers.