But I have chosen these 20 destinations as they offer everything a person would look for on a holiday, be it culture, sightseeing, food, beaches, heritage sites, and so on. A word of advice would be to visit Agra in the winter, November / December / January being the best months. The last place on my list is Venice. Greece is right there at the top, as far as world holiday destinations are concerned. The city made up of 117 tiny islands, and is amazingly linked by 400 bridges over 150 canals. Other noteworthy places to visit for some amazing pyramids are Hawarra, Saqqara, Meidun, Liszt, abuser, dasher, and Abu awash. Klein Matterhorn is the highest summit in Europe to be serviced by cable car. Even as a solo traveller you would be well-advised not to visit these areas without local assistance. While visiting Venezuela, witnessing the Angel Falls and experiencing the Teleferico cable cars ride is surely memorable, but according to the Foreign Policy Magazine, Caracas, its capital, is also considered to be the murder capital of the world. A visit to the 'sunshine state' Florida, would leave you overwhelmed.
Philippines Manila is often cited as Asias gay capital and beyond the citys charm lay beautiful islands, charming villages and fun-filled festivals. With increasingly relaxed attitudes, coupled with warm hospitality, LGBT travelers are drawn more and more to the stunning archipelago. Travelers can explore seaside destinations such as Puerto Princesa in Palawan, home to some of the finest diving destinations in the world, as well as the party island of Boracay. Since June 26, 1994, when it was host to Asias first ever Gay Pride march, Manila has been a central destination for LGBT events and celebrations including the Pink Film Festival and the Halloween Black Party world-famous for its drag shows. Taiwan Setting the benchmark for LGBT rights in Asia, Taiwan has a marriage equality bill under government review and teaches tolerance in schools. This progressive attitude, along with tropical and mountainous scenery, world-class shopping and hotels, makes Taiwan one of Asias top LGBT holiday destinations. The countrys capital city, Taipei, is home to Asias largest annual Pride celebration, taking place on October 29, 2016, and is where the action is most vibrant. Beyond the city are numerous gay-friendly beaches and hot springs for those looking to relax. Apart from Taipei, other LGBT hotspots include Kaohsiung, Taichung, and Tainan. Singapore With gleaming skyscrapers and some of the worlds most cutting-edge business and hospitality, Singapores attitude to LGBT lifestyles is catching up to its modern image.
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A word of advice would be to visit Agra in the winter, November / December / January being the best months. So this winter finalize your plan to this awesome holiday spot. San Marco Square is right in the canter of the city, and the place to be if you want to have a good time. Being one of the most densely populated nations on Earth, rubbish, water pollution, hygiene, and lack of western food further add to your already teeming woes. Well-known as the world's very own freezer, one may vividly imagine playing with the penguins, gawking at the seals, and spotting a polar bear in summer at Antarctica. The city made up of 117 tiny islands, and is amazingly linked by 400 bridges over 150 canals. For example, at the same corner, you will find a swanky cheater that is showing the latest American film, and at that very place you will find a store selling local or traditional medicines or souvenirs. The same places are very popular in summer too. Bangkok abounds with scenic beauty and is the perfect abode for nature lovers. For others, cable cars operate throughout the year.