In Scuba Diving, there is no shortage of locations to explore underwater depths. So, we will take a look at the 10 best scuba diving destinations in the world.
Established in 2008, Shanghai World Financial Center (SWFC) is a supertall skyscraper designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox as a first-class financial center in China.
Dali Erhai Lake, the Ear-shaped Sea, offers a beautiful landscape and water which is crystal clear. For this reason, it is common to hear the “Pearl of Plateau” and “Jade Erhai Lake” in reference to the lake near Dali, Yunnan Province in China.
Wide and Narrow Alley (Kuanzhai Xiangzi) is one of Chengdu's Three Historical Relics containing old streets called Wide Alley, Narrow Alley, and Jing Alley.
Located near Lijiang City, Tiger Leaping Gorge is one of the deepest canyons in the world with a depth of 3,790 meters offering a stunning landscape.
Located in Tianfu Square in Chengdu, Sichuan Science and Technology Museum displays over 600 exhibits in 20 exhibition areas offering free tickets for tourists.
The Pai River is a 180-km-long waterway originated from Daen Lao Range in Mae Hong Son Province of Thailand, The river is very famous for its whitewater rafting
Located near the Lijiang Old Town, The Jade Dragon Snow Mountain is a small mountain range consisting of 13 interconnected peaks offering stunning scenes
Victoria Peak, aka The Peak, is a must-see summit on the western side of Hong Kong in which, you can have a stunning view of the city, especially at night.
Located in Chaoyang District of Beijing, The Beijing Olympic Park (aka Olympic Green) is a complex constructed initially to host the Summer Olympics in 2008
Located in Penny's Bay of Lantau Island, Hong Kong Disneyland Park is the 11th and the smallest Disneyland of the world with an area of 280 acres opened in 2005
Baiyun Mountain, also known as White Cloud Mountain, is a group of peaks located in the north of Guangzhou. Moxing Summit is the highest peak of this cluster.