Discovering locations that are less well-known to the general public is the finest part of travelling. you may think about include one of these very strange attractions on your next vacation plan if you like the unusual or you’re just tired of the typical travel experiences you find online.
Scroll on for a list of strange and outlandish locations, like eateries where it’s normal to put gum on the walls and a spa where you can swim in a huge bowl of ramen.
Aoshima Island, Japan
Aoshima Island, sometimes called Cat Island, is home to just 100 people and tens of thousands of cats. To kill rodents, cats were first brought to fishing vessels. But they remained on the island.
Christ of the Abyss, Italy
Christ of the Abyss, a bronze figure of Jesus Christ that is submerged, was created in 1954 by Guido Galletti. On the Italian Riviera, between Camogli and Portofino, you may snorkel to get a closer look.
Island of the Dead Dolls, Mexico
According to folklore, these dolls started washing up on the beach in the Xochimilco canals, south of Mexico City’s centre, after a girl perished there. After that, for no apparent reason, someone hanged them up.
Jellyfish Lake, Palau
There are 70 marine lakes in this part of Palau. This lake stands out from the rest because it has jellyfish in it. Why not dive under to have a closer look?
Favela walking tours, Brazil
It is dangerous to traverse Rio de Janeiro’s well-known favelas alone due to the possibility of violence. However, it appears that travelling as part of a tour is a secure choice.