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Wackiest Places On Earth - Part I

Most of the people in this world know only about places that are largely popular among the masses. Following are some marvelous attractions that have been discovered mostly by photographers, and are so awesome that they may take the entire world by surprise:

Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan: 

Hitachi Seaside Park
Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan

Spread over a vast space of 190 hectares, this park has blooming flowers throughout the year. The flowers in this park include baby blue-eyes, daffodils and numerous varieties of tulips. It also has an amusement park with Ferris Wheel and includes cycling trails.

Tunnel of Love, Ukraine: 

Tunnel of Love
Tunnel of Love, Ukraine

Located near near a place called Kleven in Ukraine, this beautiful, leafy, green tunnel looks like a dream sequence from a blockbuster. It is 1.8 miles long, and is used as passage for a private train that carries wood to a factory. It is a perfect combination of nature and man-made structures.

Mendenhall Ice Caves, Alaska: 

Mendenhall Ice Caves
Mendenhall Ice Caves, Alaska

These ice caves are inside the 12-mile long Mendenhall Glacier located in the Mendenhall Valley, near downtown Juneau in Southeast Alaska. As global warming is increasingly making an impact in this region, the glacier and its caves are retreating faster.

Red Beach, China: 

Red Beach
Red Beach, China

Located in the Liaohe River Delta to the southwest of Panjin city, this place has vast expanses of a unique sea-weed, and gets the name from its appearance. Most of the area is a nature reserve, and only a small section of it is open to visitors.

Arashiyama Bamboo Forest, Japan: 

Arashiyama Bamboo Forest
Arashiyama Bamboo Forest, Japan

This beautiful grove has amazing aesthetic features and is characterized by a peaceful environment. There are walking trails crisscrossing the forest, which provide picturesque views of tall, green and leafy bamboos.

We have an exciting series on such amazing places in the world for those, who are always in search for tourist attractions that are largely unknown. In the second part of our series, we would discover some more fascinating locations on the planet.