This mountainside Chinese palace is the biggest and earliest ancient building for offering sacrifice to Goddess Nvwa. It houses 135 rooms and over 130,000 characters of beautiful handwriting carved into the stone.
The hanging bridges of Ai-Petri, Ukraine, are located at a peak of the Crimean Mountains. Winds at this altitude can blow up to 110mph. There is a cable car that takes passengers and those brave enough to the main area in Ai-Petri.
Sweethaven Village, better known as Popeye Village from the Popeye film starring Robin Williams, is located in Anchor Bay on the Mediterranean island of Malta. It was actually built for the film, however there are still performers and animators there today who provide regular entertainment and re-enactments for tourists.
Cappadocia, Turkey is known for its gorgeous landscape and fairy chimneys. These are tall, thin towers of rock also known as Hoodoos. The area offers balloon rides daily that overlook vineyards, rock formations, pigeon houses, and orchards.
This White Temple, or Wat Rong Khun as it is known to natives, is actually a Buddhist temple in Thailand. The building was heavily damaged in May 2014 due to an earthquake, but the designer, Chalermchai Kositpipat, said he would devote his life to rebuilding it back to its perfect state.
This tourist attraction in east Iceland shows where a waterfall crosses with a lava flow, resulting in these columns. It's fed by Lagarfljót Lake and is the result of cooling basaltic magma over 60 million years ago.