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Tuesday, September 25, 2018

World Strangest Tourist Attractions

Strangest Tourist Attractions
Visiting the traditional theme parks, tourist traps and museums makes you bored? Then select your vacation from the strange to the creepy sites. Some cities around the world have some bizarre tourist attractions. Tourism is one of the biggest money making industries in the world. Tourism is full of weird ideas to capture traveller’s interests. If you have a love of all odd things or are looking for a break from everyday museums and monuments, then these weird attractions are a must to see.

Here are some of the world’s most bizarre tourist attractions below:

Island of the Dolls: Mexico’s Isla de las Munecas is the perfect combination of creepy and flat-out weird with dolls hung on trees throughout the area. It is dedicated to the lost soul of a young girl. The island is populated by hundreds of old decomposing baby dolls.

The Corn Palace- South Dakota, USA: The Corn Palace is a popular tourist destination attracting between 200000 and 500000 visitors each year and is decorated with crop art. The mural and the design on the palace are made from corn and other grains.

Bubblegum Alley California: the wall of chewed bubblegum in San Luis Obispo, California has been growing since the 1970s. The sticky colourful alley is a must see for gum chewers and is 15 feet high and 70 feet long lined with chewing gum left by passersby.

Yunessun Spa Resort, Kowakudani Japan: Many of us dream of taking a bath in beer or going for a dip in a sea of wine. This is a simply and satisfying reality, It’s a somewhat odd and expensive treat to bathe in your favourite drink but the novelty factor at the spa makes it a popular destination all year round. The immersion menu includes green tea, wine and coffee.

Rumah Terbalik Upside Down House is one of unique attraction in Kota Kinabalu, East Malaysia. Others can be found in china, Japan, Russia, Poland, Germany and Austria. This upside down house was recently entered in the Malaysian book of records. A tour is organised to let you experience walking on the ceiling as furniture and household appliance hover above your head. You can also get to see a car is parked upside down in the garage. You can even pick up a souvenir at the gift shop.

Karni Mata temple –India is named for the Goddess Karni, who believed her family members would never die, but would instead be reincarnated a stars, Karni Mata Temple is a temple of rats where they are sacred and are human friendly. They are provided with food and refuge in the temple.

Anyone liking the animated television series, Mobile Suit Gundam or transformers, then sixty foot tall Robot in Japan should definitely be on your sightseeing list. Complete with moving head and lights shining out from 50 spots up and down his body. Gundam the giant 77000lb robot stands tall over the entrance of the Gundam Front Tokyo theme park on Dividers city.

Duck parade at the Peabody Memphis Hotel-Tennessee: Ducks live at The Peabody Memphis Hotel, and visitors are welcome to stop by to watch their twice a day parades through the lobby. This is one free thing to see and do in Memphis.

Aren’t these the strangest attraction where you should at least visit once in your life time?

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