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[转载] 世界十大美景!(排名不分先后)

We live in a world blessed with sights that are beautiful beyond words. Every human being probably dreams of visiting at least one of those places in their lifetime. Living in modern cities with high-rise buildings, we tend to miss out on what Mother Nature has to offer as well as some of the most incredible man-made structures built throughout the course of history.
Look at the places below, and you will see beauty that fills the eye and warms the heart. It wouldn’t be appropriate or humanly possible to just pick a few places from the huge collection of amazing sights around the world and call them the “best.”
They say that “beauty is in the eye of the beholder,” and there are perhaps other places that have touched your heart. For this reason, we do not claim the places included in our list are the best, but ratheramong the vast collection of the most beautiful places of the world.


Skardu Valley – Pakistan


Skardu Valley is part of the Baltistan. Baltistan is spread over an area of 26,000 square kilometres – just right below the jagged and glaciated ramparts of the Karakoram. Once part of Laddakh, it was known as Tibet-i-Khurd – Little Tibet. Archaeological exploration has proven that it was encompassed by the Silk Trade Route.


Shangrila – Pakistan


Photo by NotMicroButSoft

Shangrila Resort Skardu, also known as “Heaven on Earth”, is nestled amongst some of the world’s highest peaks. It encircles the heart shaped “Kachura Lake” and is surrounded by fruit laden orchards and flower filled gardens.


Lake Saiful Muluk – Pakistan

Saiful Muluk湖——巴基斯坦

Photo by Fahd Murtaza

Lake Saiful Muluk is a lake located at the northern end of the Kaghan Valley near Naran. A fairy tale called Saiful Muluk, written by the famous sufi poet Mian Muhammad Bakhsh, is associated with the lake. It is the story of prince of Persia who fell in love with a fairy princess at the lake. The impact of the lake beauty is of such extent that people believe that fairies come down to lake in full moon.

Saiful Muluk湖位于Kaghan 山谷北端,毗邻Naran。著名苏非诗人Mian Muhammad Bakhsh 曾根据此湖写下名为“Saiful Muluk”的神话故事,故事中描写了一位波斯王子在湖边与精灵公主坠入爱河的动人故事。Saiful Muluk湖的美名深入人心,人们相信在满月之时,会有仙女降临湖中。

The Grand Canyon, United States      



A steep gorge by the Colorado River, Arizona in the United States, the Grand Canyon has some truly enjoyable scenery. It is 277 miles in length, 4 to 18 miles in width, and about a mile deep. Scientists believe that the canyon was created by the Colorado River over a six million year period.


Native Americans built settlements in the caves within the canyon before the emigration of Europeans. It was also considered to be a site of pilgrimage by the Pueblo people. The first recorded visit to the Grand Canyon by the Europeans was in 1869. Although it is not the deepest canyon in the world, it is known for its extremely large size and beautifully intricate landscape. The Grand Canyon National Park is said to be one of the first national parks in the United States and it attracts more than five million visitors a year. Weather conditions in the Grand Canyon vary greatly between seasons as well as varying at different elevations. While winter snow is experienced by the higher forested rims, the inner gorge has a desert temperature because of the low elevation.


The Great Barrier Reef, Australia


One of the natural wonders of the world, the Great Barrier Reef off the east coast of Australia is the world’s largest coral reef. It has the distinction of being placed in the World Heritage as well as the National Heritage lists.


With more than 600 islands and coral cays, the reef covers more than 300,000 sq. km. Corals make up the reefs and cays and are responsible for a huge variety of sea life in the reef — green turtles, several varieties of whales and dolphins, the dugong, about 4000 types of mollusks, 1500 different species of fish, as well as beautifully colored bird life encompassing at least 200 species. The Great Reef Marine Park is a huge tourist attraction with millions of tourists visiting the area each year. Sporting activities include reef sailing, scuba diving, and snorkeling, amongst others.


Cape Town, South Africa


Aptly called “Heaven on earth,” this beautiful town at the tip of the African continent, with small roads surrounded by huge mountains, makes a person feel small; showing how marvelous and dominating nature can actually be.


The Cape Dutch style buildings depict the architectural heritage of the place. Beauty abounds in the black clouds that seem to pay homage to Table Mountain at all times. Cape Point, Signal Hill, Chapman’s Peak Drive, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, Robben Island, Rhodes Memorial, and the beaches are some of the famous tourist attractions. Located on the shore of Table Bay, Cape Town is famous for its natural floral kingdom as well as its harbor. This town is one of the most popular tourist attractions of South Africa with its wine tasting day trips, whale watching, and dolphin watching.


Taj Mahal, India


The Taj Mahal in India is one of the wonders of the world and is one of the most beautiful mausoleums constructed by the Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan, in memory of his favorite queen, Mumtaz Mahal. Located in Agra, white marble was used in the construction of this symbol of love, and the Taj Mahal is considered to be the pinnacle of Mughal architecture.

印度的泰姬陵是世界上最有名的胜地之一,也是最美丽的陵墓之一,是莫卧尔王朝的沙杰汗皇帝为纪念其最爱的妻子Mumtaz Maha所建。泰姬陵坐落于阿格拉市,通体以白色大理石构建,寓意“爱的象征”,一直被誉为莫卧尔时期建筑的顶峰之作。

As the story goes, the emperor was grief-stricken when he lost his beloved third wife, Mumtaz Mahal. It took thousands of craftsmen and artisans, and about twenty years to construct it. The masons, stone cutters, carvers, inlayers, calligraphers, painters, and others were brought from throughout the entire empire as well as from Iran and Central Asia. Semi-precious stones were used for inlay ornamentation. It later became the mausoleum of Shah Jahan too. This is a huge tourist attraction with one to two million tourists visiting it every year.


Canadian Rockies, Canada


The majestic Canadian Rockies are the Canadian segment of the North American Rocky Mountains. They are a visitor’s wonderland and the playground for western Canada. They are older than the American Rockies and are formed from over thrusting.


The Canadian Rockies house five national parks, and four of those national parks (along with other provincial parks) combine to form a single UNESCO World Heritage Site that consists of beautiful mountain landscapes, lakes, canyons, waterfalls, glaciers, peaks, limestone caves, and fossils. Mount Robson is the highest peak of the Canadian Rockies and climbing it is considered a challenge. These beautiful mountains are a haven for hikers and walkers alike.


Machu Picchu, Peru


Machu Picchu in Peru, which means ‘Old Peak,” is one of the most enigmatic ancient sites in the world. According to legend, Machu Picchu was long ago considered to be a sacred place. The credit for the creation of the extraordinary city goes to the Inca people who have erected many stone structures and turned the place into a work of art.


Two thousand feet above the Urubamba river, these ruins consist of baths, temples, palaces, and about 150 houses, all very well preserved. These gray granite structures, some of which weigh more than 50 tons, are so perfectly sculpted that they are nothing less than works of architectural genius. They were rediscovered by a Yale archaeologist in 1911. The ethereal beauty, workmanship, and history of the place attracts millions of tourists each year.


The Pyramids, Egypt


The Egyptian pyramids are massive monuments with a square base and four triangular sides rising up to a point. There is still a lot of curiosity (and many theories) as to how the pyramids were actually constructed.


It is generally believed that the Egyptians began constructing them after 2700 B.C. and that they were built as tombs for the pharaohs. The most well-known (and the largest) pyramids of Egypt are the Pyramids at Giza which are said to be the largest ever built. It’s said that the Great Pyramid at Giza took 23 years to complete, using a work force of around 30,000 people. About 118 pyramids have been identified, and they are popular and intriguing to tourists and home researchers alike.


Petra, Jordan


Described by the UNESCO as “one of the most precious cultural properties of man’s cultural heritage”, Petra is an archeological site on the slope of Mount Hor. It is one of the new wonders of the world and is famous for its rock-cut architecture.


This site was kept hidden until 1812 when it was discovered by a Swiss explorer. It was said to have been prepared by God for the Jewish people. Petra once flourished under the Roman empire but a rapid decline began with the Arabian trade being taken elsewhere. Then an earthquake caused a great deal of destruction. Tourists frequent the place to get a glimpse of the ruins of this beautiful city.


Great Wall of China, China


One of the seven wonders of the world, the Great Wall of China is a man-made structure that was constructed over two thousand years ago and took about 100 years to complete. The vastness of this project brings to light the immense capabilities of man.


The constructions started in the 5th Century B.C. It is actually not a single wall, but rather many walls put together, and it stretches over 4,000 miles. It was constructed to protect the Chinese Empire from the Xiongnu people in the north. The wall was initially built of stone, grass, earth, and wood, but bricks were used once the production started. It is believed that about 2-3 million Chinese died during the construction project.

万里长城始建于公元前5世纪。它并不只是一堵墙,而是无数链接在一起的墙,共计6 437千米长,被用以防范中华帝国北方的匈奴民族。长城最初以石块,杂草,泥土和木头建造,后来砖头也被投入了应用。人们普遍认为,共有2到3百万中国人在万里长城的建造过程中死去。

The Iguazu Waterfalls, Argentina-Brazil Border


Heralded as the most beautiful waterfalls in the world, the Iguazu Waterfalls are a true wonder of nature. They are located at the border of Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay. While the Argentinean side allows visitors to walk right around the water or explore the National Park, the Brazilian side is known for its panoramic views and splendor.


First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt is believed to have exclaimed upon seeing these falls, “poor Niagara.” The area surrounding the falls provides ample opportunities for rock climbing as well as water sports. Iguazu has the distinction of having a greater annual flow than any other waterfall in the world.


With all of these, and many more beautiful places that exist in our world, we surrounded by choices. The only way to decide on the places to visit is to follow your heart. While some may love the tranquility of water, others may bury themselves deep in architectural miracles, ancient sites, or the serenity of a small town.

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Pratik March 5, 2011 at 6:52 am
all the above places are awesome but how can the Delhi Akshardham not be the part of the most beautiful places in the world.


sammer Anand November 1, 2011 at 3:32 am
Exactly.!! It shud be their ! & i think this post is done by an Pakistani! coz none of those PAK’s place nt renowned place.! First 3 topics is absolute dumb.!!
Another fact, How come u say only Cape town city is beautiful places.! i think the creator of this post dont hv at least knowledge about Capetown..Its a dangerous place acc to forbes.!


zain November 26, 2011 at 4:16 pm
why u r jealous from PAKISTAN


ali December 14, 2011 at 5:20 am
Sammer is one of the those who are suffering from Pakistan Phobia! Poor guy ….feel sorry for him.


familxx December 17, 2011 at 7:50 am
i can smell someone being jealous why are you such a jealous dumbo if ur country india is ugly what can we do and the taj mahal is also only there because one of the muslim mughal made it u indians are loser u coudnt build something beautiful by urselves jealous peopl euff…


universal brotherhood December 24, 2011 at 6:12 am
u ruined this site because of you country wise priority.. You prakistani and indians can never be together bcuz you both hate each other… learn to love you idiots… and by the way mr familxx there are more muslims in india then in your pakistan .. taj mahal was not built by a muslim not a hindu but by a king who loved his queen


rana December 27, 2011 at 11:31 am
what the hell you guys are????/ india and pakistan ……. none of those countries is your father’s property. so shut your f~*~*~*~** up


universal brotherhood December 29, 2011 at 5:24 am
that rana fellow is right… you both pakistanis and hinustanis go to hell with your moth*r F***ng fight…


chronic February 28, 2011 at 9:59 am
the creator is the greatest for it is him and only him who can create such wounderful landscapes and see/ lake views. we should be greatful that we live to see such glory. wow i feel lyke ive been all over the wrld, god bles the internet and the people who saw beyond what their eye can c. well done guys keep it up.


Kittie October 22, 2010 at 9:46 am
I have been to 8 of these sites and have travelled throughout most of the world (including overland from Nepal to London via Afghanistan and Pakistan (when it was safe to do so). Whilst some of these ancient sites are indeed beautiful, places like China are now (unfortunately) so polluted and overcrowded that it is very rare that you can see anything through the ceaseless smog. However, the Yellow Mountain and Three Gorges areas of China are still spectacular. In my opinion, the Iguassu Falls in Brazil are, by far, is the most spectacular on earth (and infinitely superior to Niagara). Lake Sentani in New Guinea is also magnificent … it is almost impossible to compile such a list without offending someone! Having travelled the world and have lived in London, New York and Vancouver, I still believe that Sydney is the most beautiful, friendly and livable city on earth but, of course, I am biased!


Nuwan May 1, 2011 at 9:07 am
hey… i liked the information in your comments. But most of all i liked the fact that you are biased. that’s simply honest.


ANNA June 10, 2011 at 7:25 am
you are so lucky that u have visited all these beautiful places ,and you have the beauty in ur sight too ,i would love to see these places,i wish to see the whole world the beauty of nature that has created by GLORIOUS GOD ALMIGHTY,BE HAPPY AND GOD BLESS YOU,BYE!


everybody February 16, 2012 at 11:00 pm
pakistan is a safe country, because nobody attacks their own country….


jim February 13, 2012 at 4:23 pm
sorry, but australia in general is a dump full of ignorant racists. sydney is pretty but boring and small minded after a few days. melbourne is even worse and most australians are drug addicted alcoholic fools.



charuni February 11, 2011 at 11:25 pm
unbeliveble places in the world


sarah February 22, 2011 at 6:48 am
ya..of course unbelivable place..the god is great


tayyab chohan November 26, 2011 at 11:54 am


fang June 10, 2011 at 6:25 am
thank you very much send me this photo . i very like those photo and this is my dream land …….wanna go with you sometime later.don’t forget this you say.



japanese September 13, 2011 at 6:05 am
u must be a chinese lol…ur english,….!!!



tabs December 15, 2011 at 7:41 am
what happens if any bdy cant talk in eng perfectiiiy and chinese r the best and nice peoples i am a Pakistani and i am proud of it that China is our best friend i love china and people of China


hello friend all are picture are good but u have missed some thing.mount everest also one of best place.so please add picture of mount everest.


Kittie October 22, 2010 at 9:23 am
Beautiful photos and, I agree, to be included among the most beautiful places on earth. However, here are other places that are stunningly magnificent:
* The Bay of Virgins, Fatu Hiva, Marquesas Islands (French Polynesia) – the most beautiful island in the world!
* The Blue Mountains (NSW, Australia);
* Monument Valley, Utah, USA;
* Eastern Fjords, Iceland;
* Torres del Paine NP and Patagonia, Chile;
* Sydney Harbour (Australia);
* Santorini, Greece;
* Queenstown, New Zealand;
* Glacier Bay, Alaska;
* Lake Louise, BC, Canada;


Shannon Murray December 9, 2010 at 5:37 pm
Lake Louise is in AB (Alberta) Canada



Message Forum January 17, 2009 at 6:16 am
Taj mahal is really wonderful place to visit. I want to go to “The Great Barrier Reef, Australia” it is amazing.


fiona dye September 26, 2010 at 10:53 pm
lucky me, i live in cairns! costs $20 to go to the reef for the day



Publius January 18, 2009 at 7:38 am
While incredible, the pyramids are not beautiful. They are in ruins. the Peru setting is gorgeous, and that setting may overcome the ruins to remain beautiful. And what is so beautiful about the Great Wall of China? Incredible man-made structure, but beautiful? I think not. I think of the slave labor forced to build it. I think of a nation that was afraid of outsiders, or was it they were afraid Chinese would leave? I see the Wall as a prison fence – nothing more. Do not confuse beauty with achievements.


Kittie October 22, 2010 at 9:58 am
Good point, Publius. I agree with your statement. There is a marked difference between natural beauty and the magnificent of man-made structures. Historical structures such as the gorgeous Taj Mahal, Petra and the Egyptian Pyramids should be reserved for another list.


Lucas December 9, 2010 at 10:42 am
I think that you should go to visit the great wall of china.The scenery of the great wall is beatiful.How dare that you spoil it!


Loren January 18, 2009 at 12:42 pm
I definitely agree there are problems with this list. Worn-out ancient structures might be interesting to visit but they aren’t beautiful. I’ve seen the Pyramids and the Great Wall–I’m glad I’ve been to them but they aren’t things of beauty.
Publius: The Great Wall was about keeping armies out, the threat was real. It wasn’t solid enough to keep people in–and besides, back then people rarely moved anyway.
I’ve done 5 and a couple more have been on my want-to-do list for some time.


admin January 19, 2009 at 6:47 am
The Great Wall of China is considered to be beautiful in its own way by many people. This man-made structure reveals the remarkable effort that has gone into its creation. However, I totally accept that we all have different views of what we consider beautiful, and this has taken its place on this list because it has a huge symbolic significance and is a masterpiece that fills with amazement anyone that visits the place.


Shahid Butt May 30, 2009 at 1:13 pm


evelyn July 6, 2009 at 3:36 pm
china the great wall!!! : )


Arman August 11, 2009 at 8:15 am
You have compiled a great list with awesome photos.
Please consider add more places from China, you can find description and photos of most beautiful places rated by National Geographic Magazine of China here:
http://travel-china.net/six-most ... lands-of-china.html

图不错。不过要是能多加些中国的地方就好了,这里是一些中国国家地理的资料:http://travel-china.net/six-most ... lands-of-china.html

Elvis Garcia November 28, 2009 at 7:00 pm
The wall of china is just astonoshing, however it would not be complete without all the greenery which makes it all much more beautiful.


Tacori December 11, 2009 at 5:03 pm
I have actually been to the first few places – the grand canyon, great barrier reef and canadan rockies – but then the list gets so much better and really heats up my travel bug!
I’d love to go to China and belize and Cape Town. i hear capetown is especially wonderful!


Ravichandra December 26, 2009 at 1:41 am
Dear Sir,
Why can’t you make it as 100 Most Beautiful Places on Earth than this MINIMUM 10 COUNTS. INDIA, NEPAL, BHUTAN, CHINA HAVE PLENTY TO SHOW TO THE WORLD MOUTAINOUS SCENARYWISE and it will take hours to see these photos.
Thanks and Regards,
Ravichandra R Prabhu


Ravichandra R Prabhu
marialyn obejera January 29, 2010 at 7:51 am
i like all the pics. God is really grateful and powerful…see, he created a wonderous things that no man in his knowledge could attain. yeah even the great wall of china is included. God guide them all while doing it..hahahahahahahahahahahha!!!


lavern daley June 4, 2010 at 10:35 am
It is unbelievable to view these wonderful pictures especially the great walls of China and Cape town.Its Gods greatest gift on earth. What about The Emancipation Park and the most beautiful beaches in Jamaica?


The Great One July 31, 2010 at 6:18 pm
1. Mount Everest
2. The Great Wall of China
3. The Eiffel tower
4. The Badshahi Mosque
5. The great Barrier Reef
6. Taj Mahal
7. The Pryamids
8. Ka’ba
9. Macchu Picchu
10. The Aurora Borealis aka. The Northern Lights (I realise that this is a sneaky one to add)


sabeen August 13, 2010 at 1:01 pm
canyon n great wall of china are best.


arvind November 3, 2010 at 9:55 am
all r awesome especially the great wall of china

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