This 829.8 m skyscraper soaring above Dubai is the tallest building in the world.
The stunning residence of the Japanese emperor located on the former site of Edo Castle.
Looking at this tower, you may think for a moment that you found yourself in Paris.
While it is understandably hard to prove such a claim, rumour has it, that this is the busiest crossing in the world.
Built by King Phra Phutthayotfa Chulalok (known as Rama I) who was also the founder of the current royal dynasty, this palace used to house…
This market is the largest and busiest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world.
One of the most popular areas of Osaka and a great place to visit if you want to taste delicious Japanese cuisine or do some souvenir…
Known among the locals as the Peak, it is the highest mountain on Hong Kong island.
The largest shopping mall in the world. A must if you've come to Dubai for shopping or entertainment.
When these fountains go off, it is a sight like no other. Do not miss this lustrous gem right by the Burj Khalifa, visible from everywhere…
The imposing light performance was awarded the Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show by the Guinness World Records.
Did you think Hollywood is the only place where you can find a Walk of Fame? This avenue will prove you wrong.
The Temple of Reclining Buddha is in the highest ranks of importance of Thai temples - a royal temple.
Called "The Church of the Divine Wisdom", this majestic building, which held the title of the largest church in the world for over nine…
One of the dominants of the old part of Istanbul is also known as the Blue Mosque, thanks to the blue paint used to decorate the interior.
A major shopping location where you can hunt for fairly priced souvenirs, smashing golden jewelry or clothes.
One of the tallest hotels in the world, also well-known for its seven-star rating.
A glimmering miracle. The market specialises in gold and is definitely worth the visit even for sightseeing and its unique atmosphere.
The iconic two-story bridge, which links two parts of Istanbul historically divided by both culture and faith, is a must-see.
Built in the 15th century, this palace used to be the sultans' residence.
This ancient sight dating back to the 1st century BC is simply breathtaking.