• mahabis travel // inspiring views from around the world

Travel destinations are chosen on a variety of merits: tourist attractions, culture, ancient monuments, weather. When searching for a stillness rarely experienced in the daily grind, you may want to plan your next trip to absorb the awesomeness of one of these amazing views from around the world. From city, to snow, to sea, they all have one thing in common; the ability to stop you in your tracks, allowing you to take the time to truly appreciate the grandeur of the world in which we live.

singapore // marina bay sands 

Usually tipped for a spectacular view from the Singapore Flyer, an alternative in Singapore is the more relaxed view from the Marina Bay Sands. Whilst relaxing on a sunbed or in the worlds largest infinity pool, you'll feel a step removed from the chaos of downtown. Look upon the lights from afar and take a moment of calm to enjoy.

 

ireland // west coast

Green is the colour of Ireland, in more ways than one. The west coast of Ireland is known for its wild weather, crashing waves and incredible panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean. Take a road trip around the expanses of rolling hills to truly appreciate the rugged landscape, smattered with idyllic cottages.

 

bolivia // salar de uyuni 

Amongst the largest salt flats in the world you'll find a truly unique view in Bolivia. As though a giant has knocked over his salt pot, the flats will douse you in ethereal magnitude. The crystal clear reflections of sky play amongst the salt creating optical illusions, take a moment to capture them in a photograph or in your mind for safekeeping.

 

norway // preikestolen

Those who suffer from vertigo or acrophobia may want to steer clear. For those who enjoy standing on the precipice, this 604m sheer cliff may top the list. Roughly translated to 'Preachers Pulpit', Preikestolen may even grant you the sight of a base jumper or two leaping to the depths of the Lysefjorden. Peering over the edge can bring a great sense of clarity to those brave enough.

 

bhutan // paro taktsang

This sacred Buddhist site, known as tiger's nest, is settled deep in the Himalayas. The myriad of temples perches precariously on the mountain face, and takes some hiking to get there. Any visitors who do make the journey will be in good company, as Wills and Kate also completed the trek in April 2016. Explore the temples and take a moment to absorb the arduous feat that went into the creation of the tiger's nest. 

 

canary isles // chipeque point

Whilst Tenerife does not always inspire images of luscious views and magical moments, Chipeque couldn't escape this list. Standing above the Orotava Valley and looking out to the Atlantic Ocean to one side and the majestic Teide volcano on the other, it provides a panoramic aesthetic journey to embark upon. 

 

canada // cn tower 

One more city view to take you high above the masses, this Toronto landmark is unique in that it features a glass floor and a daring observation pod rail walk. It's the highest full circle in the world, therefore another unsuitable for anyone afraid of heights. Lucky photography have caught some stunning imagery of lightning hitting the 3rd tallest building in the world. For a little less thrill, perhaps just take a moment to revel in the view. 

 

If you enjoyed reading our post, feel free to share via our ready to go tweet link.

 

images // Silas KhuaIan SchneiderLuca Galuzzi, PixabayVIkramjit KakatiRaico Bernardino RosenbergWade Gardner

mahabis travel // inspiring views from around the world

Travel destinations are chosen on a variety of merits: tourist attractions, culture, ancient monuments, weather. When searching for a stillness rarely experienced in the daily grind, you may want to plan your next trip to absorb the awesomeness of one of these amazing views from around the world. From city, to snow, to sea, they all have one thing in common; the ability to stop you in your tracks, allowing you to take the time to truly appreciate the grandeur of the world in which we live.

singapore // marina bay sands 

Usually tipped for a spectacular view from the Singapore Flyer, an alternative in Singapore is the more relaxed view from the Marina Bay Sands. Whilst relaxing on a sunbed or in the worlds largest infinity pool, you'll feel a step removed from the chaos of downtown. Look upon the lights from afar and take a moment of calm to enjoy.

 

ireland // west coast

Green is the colour of Ireland, in more ways than one. The west coast of Ireland is known for its wild weather, crashing waves and incredible panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean. Take a road trip around the expanses of rolling hills to truly appreciate the rugged landscape, smattered with idyllic cottages.

 

bolivia // salar de uyuni 

Amongst the largest salt flats in the world you'll find a truly unique view in Bolivia. As though a giant has knocked over his salt pot, the flats will douse you in ethereal magnitude. The crystal clear reflections of sky play amongst the salt creating optical illusions, take a moment to capture them in a photograph or in your mind for safekeeping.

 

norway // preikestolen

Those who suffer from vertigo or acrophobia may want to steer clear. For those who enjoy standing on the precipice, this 604m sheer cliff may top the list. Roughly translated to 'Preachers Pulpit', Preikestolen may even grant you the sight of a base jumper or two leaping to the depths of the Lysefjorden. Peering over the edge can bring a great sense of clarity to those brave enough.

 

bhutan // paro taktsang

This sacred Buddhist site, known as tiger's nest, is settled deep in the Himalayas. The myriad of temples perches precariously on the mountain face, and takes some hiking to get there. Any visitors who do make the journey will be in good company, as Wills and Kate also completed the trek in April 2016. Explore the temples and take a moment to absorb the arduous feat that went into the creation of the tiger's nest. 

 

canary isles // chipeque point

Whilst Tenerife does not always inspire images of luscious views and magical moments, Chipeque couldn't escape this list. Standing above the Orotava Valley and looking out to the Atlantic Ocean to one side and the majestic Teide volcano on the other, it provides a panoramic aesthetic journey to embark upon. 

 

canada // cn tower 

One more city view to take you high above the masses, this Toronto landmark is unique in that it features a glass floor and a daring observation pod rail walk. It's the highest full circle in the world, therefore another unsuitable for anyone afraid of heights. Lucky photography have caught some stunning imagery of lightning hitting the 3rd tallest building in the world. For a little less thrill, perhaps just take a moment to revel in the view. 

 

If you enjoyed reading our post, feel free to share via our ready to go tweet link.

 

images // Silas KhuaIan SchneiderLuca Galuzzi, PixabayVIkramjit KakatiRaico Bernardino RosenbergWade Gardner

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