5 of the strangest places in the world

Have you developed a passion for next-level adventure and a desire to travel the globe? I’m going to talk about the five oddest places on the planet. I’m sure you’ll be running to rewrite your bucket list immediately. Take a look at some of the strangest places in the world’s history. You’ll be taken in by shock, awe, and surprise, to put it another way, the full range of human emotions.

Lake Hillier, Australia

Matthew Flinders discovered the pink lake of Australia in 1802. The lake’s deep pink color is maintained all year, according to some experts, due to high salinity paired with the presence of salt-loving algae called Dunaliella salina and pink bacteria called halobacteria. However, due to its remote location on an island in Western Australia, it is only accessible by air. As a result, you may shoot excellent aerial photographs. If you get the chance to land on the island, don’t drink the water however you can swim in it.

Cat Island, Japan

The Japanese Cat Island has to be one of the strangest places on the planet. An island with only 100 humans and thousands of cats. Tashirojima, a short boat ride from Japan’s east coast, is home to a hundred humans who are considerably outnumbered by their canine companions. Mice are a natural predator of silkworms, and cats were originally promoted since the island produced silk. They were considered lucky by the local fishermen. There is even a cat temple on the island.  Oh most importantly dogs are not permitted.

Pamukkale, Turkey

A magnificent UNESCO World Heritage Site in southwest Turkey that is a prominent tourist attraction and is affectionately referred to by locals as “cotton castle.” White limestone walls, produced by calcium-rich water pouring from the springs, may be seen here. As a result, pools are formed. This mineral-rich water is suitable for swimming. You not only get to see this place, but it is also close to Hierapolis, a historic Roman bath city.

Spotted Lake, British Columbia, Canada

Spotted Lake Khiluk is the world’s most mineralized lake. Another strange location that makes the list of the strangest places on the planet. There are 365 distinct pools in the lake, which are placed in a bizarre mosaic-like design. The best time to visit Spotted Lake is from April through October. Fly to British Columbia and then take the bus or rail to Osoyoos.

Christ Of The Abyss, Italy

Take a flight to Milan and then a train to Genoa. Take a taxi, bus, or another train to Portofino or Camogli from here. Here you can book a diving expedition to see the Christ Of The Abyss. This is a 2.5 METERS TALL bronze statue of Jesus Christ that is submerged in water. Deep-sea divers’ favorite spot, and undoubtedly one of the strangest underwater locations on the planet. Guido Galletti’s submerged bronze statue of Jesus Christ is one of the top tourist attractions in Italy for thrill lovers.