Incredible photographs to capture around the world before you turn 30
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Credit: Chloe ConnollySoutheast Asia is perfect for the novice traveller because of its accessibility, cheap prices, and a multitude of things to see and do. For these reasons, the majority of backpackers in this part of the world are in their 20s. If you happen to visit the largest religious monument in the world (and you most likely will), it is absolutely necessary to be there for sunrise. The colours in the sky behind the silhouette of the temple are outstanding. 2. The limestone mountains of Halong Bay, Vietnam
Credit: Ammie Ngo on UnsplashAnother essential destination to visit for the perfect snapshot are the viewpoints in Ti Top Island, Cat Ba Island, and Cua Van Fishing Village. 3. The Bali Swing, Ubud, Bali
Credit: Artem Bali on PexelsThe famous Bali Swing in Ubud is a must-visit if you are craving the perfect Instagram shot. 4. Tiger's Nest Monastery, Bhutan
Credit: Pixabay on PexelsBelieved to be the birthplace of Buddhism, the monastery can be found 3,120 metres above sea level. Climbing up to this spot requires fearlessness, stamina, and determination. 5. The Taj Mahal, Agra, India
Credit: Julian Yu on UnsplashMany people say that when it comes to India, you need to start young because you will want to re-visit over and over again, all thanks to the country’s vastness and diversity. A good place to start is the Taj Mahal, an iconic landmark, which is at the top of most tourists' bucket lists. 6. Australia’s Great Barrier Reef
Credit: Belle Co on PexelsThe breath-taking beauty that is the Great Barrier Reef is under threat; some scientists predict that the world’s largest coral reef, and one of the seven natural wonders of the world could be extinct by 2050 if we don’t do something drastic to change this. With corals dying at an alarming rate, the next few years are the time to capture its beauty (without causing more damage to it, of course) before it is too late.
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Credit: Brian Kairuz on UnsplashIf you plan on visiting the stunning Petra in Jordan at some point in your life, you should really do it soon. The iconic Al Khazneh temple could look very different in just a few years’ time due to weather erosion and tourists touching its surface. 8. The sunset at Café Mambo, Ibiza, Spain
Credit: Chloe ConnollyWatching the sunset from Café Mambo will start your all-night party off the right way. Ibiza is famous as one of the best clubbing locations in the world. 9. The Eiffel Tower, Paris, France
Credit: Eugene Dorosh on PexelsPhotographing the most recognised monument in the city of love is not something that should wait for the post-30s. It is a staple image in Europe and the world. 10. The neon lights of HafenCity Universität metro station, Hamburg, Germany
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Otherwise known as “the stairway to heaven,” the Haiku Stairs are a steep and adventurous hiking trail in Hawaii with a total of 3,922 steps.12. The Manhattan skyline from Brooklyn Bridge, New York, USA
Credit: Reynaldo Brigantty on PexelsBrooklyn Bridge is one of the top locations for a skyline snap in the Big Apple. Visit the city in your 20s to make the most of its liveliness, late-night shopping, and its many sightseeing (and picture) opportunities. 13. Machu Picchu, Peru
Credit: Scott Umstattd on UnsplashWalking to the ancient Inca city, Machu
Credit: Pixabay on PexelsImmerse yourself in the craziness that is the biggest carnival in the world. The parades, full of revellers, floats and extravagant adornments, are just waiting to be photographed. 15. The Lake District National Park, England
Credit: Wesley Henshaw on UnsplashLast but not least, the most popular national park in the UK offers mountains, sparkling lakes, and endless beauty. On our doorstep, there is no excuse to not explore this stunning area while we are young and capture its beauty.