The Top Place to Travel in the World(II)

Petra, Jordan

The ancient city of Petra (9 BC – 40 AD) is a historic city in southern Jordan. It is one of the mysterious ancient cities in the desert of southern Jordan and one of Jordan’s most prestigious historic sites. On July 8, 2007, he was selected as the new Seven Wonders of the World. The ancient city of Petra is located in the desert of southern Jordan, about 260 kilometers from the capital Amman and 1000 meters above sea level. It is almost entirely carved out of the rock, and the rock of Petra’s ruins has a jewel-reddish hue that glows in the sun. The special landform makes it a beautiful color, so it is also known as the “Old City of Roses”.

If this Wonder of the Ancient World isn’t already on your bucket list, it should be. Early next year, the Petra Museum is slated to open, telling the story of this magical place. “Travel to the Middle East is making a comeback, indicating travelers want to explore the region for themselves, beyond the media headlines,” says Jenny Gray, Intrepid Travel’s regional product manager for the Middle East. “The travel ban proposed by President Trump in 2017 appears to have actually spurred interest in the region, with travelers wanting to learn about the countries they continually hear about in the news and make their own decisions about them.” Intrepid Travel, which offers 22 different itineraries in Jordan, has seen a 112 percent growth on bookings to the Middle East.


I think that Singapore will be one of the top travel destinations. Singapore is a multicultural immigrant country. Promoting racial harmony is the core policy of government governance. Singapore is known for its stable political situation, clean and efficient government, and is one of the most international countries in the world. It’s terrain is undulating and gentle. Its western and central regions are composed of hilly land. Most of it is covered by woods. The eastern and coastal areas are plains. The highest point is Bukit Timah, which is 163 meters high. Singapore’s tourism industry accounts for more than 3% of GDP, and tourism is one of the main sources of foreign exchange in Singapore. Visitors mainly come from ASEAN countries, China, Australia, India and Japan.

It comes at an apt time as the small nation-state is celebrating the bicentennial of its founding by Sir Stamford Raffles, Changi Airport recently unveiled its swanky new terminal, and the iconic Raffles Singapore is set to emerge mid-year from a top-to-bottom renovation by Champalimaud. It will join several other exciting new hotels, including the Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore in a renovated heritage building, Six Senses Duxton and Six Senses Maxwell, and three new hotels on Sentosa Island by Far East Hospitality. Singapore is also the paradise of delicious food. The diverse culture, rich history and delicious food make Singapore become more and more popular.

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