The Beaches with Pink Sand for Enjoy

The Best Pink Beach in The World These are the Best Pink Beach found in the World: Spain, Greece, Italy, Indonesia, Bahamas & Barbuda. The sand has that color due to the remains of molluscs and marine algae that were deposited during thousands of years on those beaches. Pantai Merah Beach – Komodo, Indonesia In Indonesia, a country that receives more and more tourists, we find this pink sand beach that is on the island of Komodo. This island is famous for …

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Beijing – Hong Kong High-Speed Train

Hong Kong High-Speed Train

In 2018, a high-speed train was inaugurated with Beijing as its destination. A 34-mile bridge linking Hong Kong with the mainland was also inaugurated for the first time.

Hong Kong is communicating more and more with mainland China. may survive this independence since becoming independent from Great Britain in 1997

Hong Kong High-Speed Train

But for the inhabitants and tourism, taking a train that connects Hong Kong with more than 30 cities is wonderful.

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Underwater Military Museum in the Red Sea

Jordan underwater military museum in the Red Sea

Jordan inaugurates an underwater military museum To attract travelers who practice diving or snorkeling.

  • 19 military pieces such as tanks, helicopters and troop transports were installed.

All these artifacts are among the goods that visitors can observe in the underwater military museum opened on July 24 off the coast of Jordan in the Red Sea.

The kingdom hopes that the 19 pieces of unarmed military equipment, located up to 28 meters deep, will attract more tourists to the already popular dive sites of Aqaba.

Underwater Military Museum in the Red Sea
Jordan Underwater Military Museum

In addition to the aforementioned artifacts there are also: ambulance, a military crane, an anti-aircraft battery, rifles and a combat helicopter, said the Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority (ASEZA). The pieces were placed along the coral reefs, imitating a tactical combat formation.

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Overtourism in Komodo – Indonesia

Concern for Overtourism in Komodo

The regional authorities of Indonesia want to return the island of Komodo to the dragons. For this they seek to eliminate mass tourism and evict the inhabitants who have lived side by side with dragons for generations.

Komodo dragons have captivated the world for decades. These giant lizards – the largest in the world, with sharp fangs and venomous bite – are endemic to only a small corner of the Earth, in eastern Indonesia.

Komodo Island
Komodo Island

Komodo, the island where there are real dragonsThe governor of the region, Viktor Bungtilu Laiskodat, wants to restrict or close the island to mass tourism. Waves of tourists have gone to see them. They have inspired horror movies. But this human-lizard relationship could be about to change.

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Over-Tourism in the Chinese Wall

Limit the number of visitors in the Chinese Wall

The Chinese Wall is the most visited attraction in China and since it was named as one of the New Wonders of the World, the number of people who visit it year after year has grown in popularity.

Over-Tourism in the Chinese Wall
Over-Tourism in the Chinese Wall

Due to the large increase of daily visitors in the Badaling section, close to the city of Beigin it has been decided to restrict visits.

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