The World is gradually going back to the pre-pandemic days as country after country is opening up its borders to welcome travellers from all across the world. For travel enthusiasts, these are exciting times as they have several fascinating places to explore right now. But, we will through this write up restrict ourselves to four ideal places to visit this year. Let’s get started.
Australia (Western Australia)
On April 20 this year there will be the rare opportunity to witness a celestial event, a total lunar eclipse, off Western Australia’s coast Exmouth. This generally occurs at sea, making the event all the more memorable. This can easily be accessed from the world heritage-listed Ningaloo Region. This apart, the spectacle clashes with the beginning of whale shark season as well. So, what else are you waiting for?
For travel freaks, this is the best year to explore the country. Why? Because this year marks the 600th birth anniversary of Louis XI and several historic landmark chateaux across this UNESCO World Heritage Site Region will celebrate the same with spectacular activities. Also, it would be great to explore Chateau Louise de La Valliere, a new five-star Relais & Chateaux collection hotel situated in a forest in the Loire Valley region.
After isolating itself from the rest of the world, the land of the rising sun finally opened its doors to everyone in the latter part of 2022. One place to look forward to in the country happens to be its largest hotel and entertainment complex, Tokyo Kabukicho Tower. The prime property will house a cinema, two luxury hotels, a concert venue and an entertainment food hall when it eventually gets unveiled in 2023.
Bali will be yet another perfect place to visit this year, especially for wellness seekers. It will also be inviting travellers across the globe in the spring for the Bali Spirit Festival, a four-day celebration of yoga, music, and dance. While on the island it would be a sin not to visit Pura Gegar, one of the island’s Hindu temples, or the Pasifika Museum, renowned globally for its vast collection of art and cultural artefacts.