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Top Three Best Destinations to Travel In The World -Satisfy Your Wanderlust with a Visit To These

Recently, TripAdvisor, the world's most trusted travel site released the 'Top 25 Best Destinations in the World'. Let's take a look at the first 3 destinations and find out why they are at the top.


Marrakech, Morocco

Refer any travel guide like Cinnamon Magazine, and they will tell you that Marrakech is a traveller's paradise. Located in western Morocco, Marrakech was an imperial city in the ancient days. In modern times, the city, adorned with a dazzling assortment of palaces, souqs, and bazaars; attract thousands of tourists yearly.
If you are planning on visiting Marrakech be ready to do a little bit of shopping. Many of its bazaars like the La Porte d'Or are packed with wondrous merchandise that ranges from exotic delights to colourful clothes, vintage rugs, traditional pottery and more.
Marrakech is famous for its beautifully landscaped gardens. Take a stroll through La Porte d'Or, one of the finest of these. Then visit a palace and spend the night in one! The El Badi Palace, Mamounia Palace, and the Namaskar Palace are all converted into luxury hotels so that guests can experience the past splendour of Marrakech.


Siem Reap, Cambodia

Called the 'Gateway to the ruins of Angkor', Siem Reap is a beautiful resort town that's located in the North West of Cambodia. From the 9th to the 15th the city was the seat of the Khmer Kingdom and you can find many of the remnants of this era, still standing tall and proud to this day. The best of these is the magnificent Angkor Wat Temple. This temple and all the other stone buildings of Angkor have been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The other temples within the Angkor Archaeological Park include Preah Khan, Ta Prohm, Phnom Bakheng, Banteay Kdei, Ta Som, Ta Keo, Pre Rup, Neak Pean and East Mebon.

In addition to the Angkor temples, Siem Reap has other attractions that include luxury spas, chic backpacker hotels, a vibrant Cambodian cultural village, museums, souvenir shops, lush paddy fields and much more!


Istanbul, Turkey

Historically known as Byzantium and Constantinople, Istanbul has been for centuries past, the melting pot of Europe and Asia. Even today you can see this unique blend of culture and architecture. Joining together the two continents through the Bosphorus Strait, Istanbul is Turkey's most populous city and the centre of its economy, culture, and history.
Many remnants of Istanbul's glorious past still remain today in excellent condition. The pride of place among these is the Hagia Sophia. Formerly a Greek Orthodox patriarchal basilica, Hagia Sophia was later transformed into a mosque. However, in modern times, it is used as a museum.

One of the most engaging things to do in Istanbul is to go on a shopping spree at bazaars like the Grand Bazaar, said to be one of biggest in the world. You will come across so many curiosities here.

Tulips are a symbol of Istanbul and if you're in Istanbul during the month of April make sure to visit parks such as Emirgan where breathtaking tulip festivals are held every year!

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