Taj Mahal world’s fifth travel hotspots: Lonely Planet
India’s historic Mughal mausoleum Taj Mahal has ranked fifth position in the prestigious list of most attractive travel hotspot in the world.
It was revealed in the recently released Ultimate Travelist of Lonely Planet which has described the monument as a magnificent Mughal masterpiece.
Top Four travel hotspot in the world
- The Temples of Angkor: It was placed at first position in the list. These temples are UNESCO World Heritage site located in northern Cambodia. It has more than 1,000 temples, shrines and tombs which attracts more than 2 million tourists annually.
- The Great Barrier Reef: A UNESCO World Heritage located in Australia is placed at number two position.
- Inca city of Machu Picchu: It was placed at third position. It is also UNESCO World Heritage site, located in Peru.
- Great Wall of China: It was placed at fourth position in the list. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage site, located in China.
Ultimate Travelist of Lonely Planet was compiled based on ideas and voting of travel writers and its staff on their favourites sights which had inspired, enthused and excited them the most.
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