5 BEST SUNSETS OF THE WORLD
1) Santorini, Greece
Thira, the pearl of the Hellenic Cyclades, almost always appears in the lists of places where you can see the most beautiful sunsets, often heading it. The most fashionable sunsets "show" in the town of Oia on the northwestern tip of the island. You can watch how the sun is hiding behind the horizon in one of the restaurants or on the observation deck of the Oia fortress. The view in the capital Fira is no less beautiful, and the restaurants here are cheaper. From the village of Imerovigli, a view of the west coast of Santorini, flaming in the rays of the setting sun, opens, and the Faros lighthouse in the south-west of the island has the most chamber atmosphere and few "spectators".
2) Siem Reap, Cambodia
The main attraction of the resort city is the temple complex of Angkor Wat, located 6 km from Siem Reap. Built in the 12th century, a giant Hindu complex is dedicated to the god Vishnu and is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Angkor Wat became known to a wide audience after the release of the Hollywood film "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider" with Jolie in the title role. Tourists from all over the world reached out to Cambodia, unknown until now, to see for themselves the reality of the complex, standing near the ancient capital of the Khemers - Angkor. The best views open from the Phnom Bakeng, Pre Rup and Ta-Keo temples. If the budget allows, you can fly to the sky in a balloon and watch the sunset from there.
The Maldives, an oasis in the waters of the Indian Ocean, a popular destination for romantic trips, into the picture of which sunsets of unearthly beauty will fit perfectly. No matter where your vacation takes place - on the islands of the North Male or South Atoll, the sunsets will be excellent. There are several ways to enjoy the sight. From the hotel (villa / bungalow), on a secluded beach with a basket of fruit on any of the secluded beaches on the western tip of your island, or by hiring a traditional dhoni boat to see the sunset from the water.
4) Taj Mahal, India
The mosque-mausoleum in the Indian Agra in itself makes a lasting impression on the traveler with its rich decoration and monumentality of construction. Built by the padishah in memory of his deceased wife, the Taj Mahal went down in history as a monument of tender love and fidelity, preserved for centuries. In the rays of the setting sun, the white walls of the Taj Mahal fancifully change color: orange, yellow, pink, lilac, violet - a whole kaleidoscope of colors and halftones will change before the eyes of an amazed traveler before the temple is enveloped in the blueberry darkness of the night.
5) Kuta, Bali, Indonesia
Among the islands that make up the Indonesian archipelago, Bali is synonymous with luxury and unearthly beauty. It has everything: snow-white sandy beaches, wild jungles, volcanoes, spots for surfers, villas for millionaires, hotels on the coast and securely hidden in the central part of the island's cities. There are plenty of places to spend the passing day with dignity. One of the best views of the setting sun opens in the vicinity of Kuta, in the area of the Tanah Lot Temple. Many tourists know this, so avoiding the company will not work. No less beautiful views on the beaches of the fishing village of Jimbaran. Other popular places include the surroundings of Uluwatu Temple, and on the east coast of the island - in Chandidas and Amed, you can see the famous "purple sunsets." Due to the location of the sun itself, there is no way to see it, but the sky is painted in incredible colors.
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