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Places in the world that you don’t know exist

Are you an explorer at heart, looking for unknown, hidden gems when you travel? The best approach to find hidden gems is to ask locals and go exploring on your own. Because we have over 50 nationalities in the office at eDreams, we’ve asked around and gathered the greatest advice from locals all across the world. Take a look at this 1375-metre-long crystal blue lake in China. It’s tucked away among the Min Mountains near the Tibetan Plateau, a long cry from Beijing’s bustling streets! In 1992, UNESCO designated the area as a World Heritage site, which it deserved. The Haiku Stairs on Oahu are the closest thing to a’stairway to heaven.’ When these magnificent steps were created in 1942, they served a top-secret purpose. The Haiku Radio Station built it to broadcast radio transmissions to Navy ships throughout the Pacific. You can now walk the 3,922 stairs. The Philippines is gradually revealing its beauty one island at a time, with destinations such as Boracay and Palawan becoming increasingly popular. However, there are still more undiscovered locations to be explored. This fairytale-like river is hidden behind the rugged mountains of Surigao Del Sur, a small province in the Philippines. Dive into the enchanted river’s caves without being bothered by crowds. Discover the strange collection of crooked trees near the town of Gryfino in Western Poland. In the Crooked Forest, approximately 400 pine trees grow at a 90-degree angle from the base. Some speculate that the reason for the trees’ 90-degree bend is due to a gravitational pull inside the area. Others are motivated by more malevolent motives. Make your own decision! It’s difficult to find a nice unknown area near Tokyo, but here’s one! This enormous acre of flowers in every color pallet is located northeast of Tokyo within the Kanto Plain. This is unquestionably a heaven for flower lovers.

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