The mentioned destinations are easily the most beautiful places in the world. Turkey is amongst the top holiday destinations of the world, and the place known as where the continents meet. This country, made up of two land masses, North Island and South Island. If you have put aside a lot of money for your holiday, then Monte Carlo is the place to head to, for its worth. Spain is the second largest tourist destination in the world. You also would not want to miss out on some great shopping at the Green-market Square Flea Market. The canyon is carved by the Colorado river and its best viewed from the top. With this mini travel guide, I'm sure you would be able to find out the best warm destination of your choice. And if you go on a holiday and experience a good time, or if you have any other suggestions, do feel free to share your thoughts here in the comments section. If the funfair and crime were not reasons enough to deter you, the threat of Rica virus should definitely prompt a rethink for a family holiday.
Cambodia Scenic, historic and beautiful Cambodia is home to ancient ruins, sleepy rural villages, teeming cities and a culture that has not seen the oppression from colonial law or anti-gay religious influence that its neighbors have. With education addressing LGBT and safe sex in a straightforward way, the younger generation is increasingly open, and an emerging, exciting scene is developing. UNESCO World Heritage Centre Siem Reap is set conveniently near to the world famous ruins of Angkor Wat and boasts a number of cabarets, as well as gay-owned cafes and barbershops. Battambang, a picturesque city set on the banks of the Sangkar River is well known not only for its Thai and Italian architecture and the beautiful surrounding countryside, but as something of an LGBT oasis, thanks to especially tolerant and laid-back attitudes. In the capital of Phnom Penh there are plenty of bars and clubs, plus two gay-friendly galleries and Q - Cambodias first LGBT magazine. Cambodia Gay Pride takes place over a week in May, with seminars, workshops and a parade featuring a tuk-tuk race. Hong Kong Hong Kong, the Pearl of the South China Sea, is a cosmopolitan metropolis, encompassing Michelin-starred restaurants, luxury hotels and high-end designer boutiques, as well as scenic retreats for hikers seeking fresh air and stunning views. The city is popular with visitors from all over the world and increasingly draws global members of the LGBT community. Activist groups are well-organized and regularly throw pop-up parties for all niches, as well as large-scale events such as an LGBT film festival, Pink Season in September and a Pride parade in November, which is increasingly attracting an international crowd.
You can enjoy a nice scrub, facial, wax, or massage at any of the many spas, and spring/health resorts. Though renowned for their hospitality, the locals are still sceptical of westerners - tourist or otherwise. The country is full of lowlands and evergreen forests. Known for its amazing resorts and breathtaking scenery, it is a major tourist destination for people from all countries. Although, I could go on and on, as there are hundreds of other places around the globe that are worth visiting too. Well, then head straight to New York. Pattaya has really beautiful beaches, tropical gardens, and family-friendly resorts, but after sundown the place just transforms itself into a paradise for hedonistic pleasures. This is another destination that is perfect for a summer as well as a winter holiday.