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Great Ocean Road – Australia
Just a stone’s throw from Melbourne, you can find the Great Ocean Road. The road along the 151 miles (243 km) connecting the southern coast of Australia. This is one of the world’s favorite location to watch the sunset, especially if you are near 12 Apostles (the Apostle), lined the amazing limestone fracture. Do not miss the helicopter sightseeing tours along the coast if the weather support, and some surfing gear discount store in Torquay. There are also walking in the forest area near the store Lorne stunning waterfalls. And there are some ‘entrance’ to the last rainforest in Australia, Great Otway National Park.
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Canal Path-Vietnam Hai Van
Canal Hai Van, on the route between Hue and Hoian 1A, claimed as “a ribbon of perfection … one of the best beaches in the world’s roads.” O means the cloud sea, and indeed the surrounding hills are often shrouded in fog. This route has an alternative path, Hai Van Tunnel. For many drivers, this is a difficult path, so beware before you try it yourself! But with views of green hills, the sparkling sea, and mountain peaks, this place was so beautiful.
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Line Osado Skyline – Sado Island, Japan
Over the years, Sado Island has become a shelter for political rebels, but the tourists come here to enjoy the peace and tranquility. With a population of 70 thousand people, there is room to relax while enjoying the relief of Osado mountains, sea cliffs, and small villages. Hiking is very popular activity on the island, but do not miss the street along the 155 miles (250 km) that you can explore. The best scenery you can see when passing through the intersection point between the mountains and Mount Kinpoku Osado, the highest peak of this island. Be sure to stop at the point Hakuundai; do not forget, this road will be closed in winter (November-April).
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Line Northeast Phuket – Thailand
Remove from bustling Phuket, there are several paths you can go through to see rural scenery. One is the path Mills Mission, while the other popular is the Northeast corner of Phuket. First it was the Monument of the fighters and around the east coast of the island. There are stunning views of Phang-nga Bay and you will find many fishing villages along the way that invites you to enjoy seafood. Do not forget to also see the statue of the elephant-headed Hindu god, Ganesha.
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Halsema Highway – The Philippines
If you want to reach the highest peak on the highway system of the Philippines, just to the Halsema Highway linking Baguio and Sagada. The name is taken from the highway engineers who are able to build roads through the mountains. In addition to views of farms and vegetable gardens, you can also see a variety of unique objects.Unique moment when you see a lot of these villages are set up monuments to their biggest export, vegetables. Make sure you stop to take pictures at the statue of potato, carrot statue, and so on. Only in Asia …
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From Twizel to Mount Cook – New Zealand
The water was never seen more blue and surreal than in the middle of Lake Pukaki in the South Island, New Zealand. The streets along the 39 miles (63 km) from Lake Pukaki Twizel past that seemed without end, ending at Mount Cook Village, where you can see the snowy peak of Mount Cook, New Zealand’s highest point. In this village you can choose to hike or enjoy a tour of the Lake Pukaki. You also can drive to explore the many roads in the region, but Mount Cook had a lot of charm.