10 Most Colourful Places Around the World
Nature's colour palette at its best
20 November 2016
No, we didn’t Photoshop them nor are they an illustrative result of our vivid hallucinations or imaginations. The places you’re about to see exist – on our mysteriously exotic planet Earth.
Keep on scrolling to see some strikingly colourful destinations in the world:
1. Tulip Fields, Netherland
The springtime in Netherlands is a sight to behold with perfectly manicured tulips, daffodils and hyacinth fields blossoming into a stunning array of colours
2. Louping, China
No, it’s not a yellow carpet. It’s the sprawling farmlands of Louping City in Eastern China where a blooming season of canola turns everything bright and yellow.
3. Jodhpur City, India
Famously known as the Blue City, Jodhpur is a medieval city in India doused in shades of blue.
4. Procida, Italy
The smallest island in the Campanian Archipelago, Procida stands brightly on the steep mountain grounds.
5. Shibazakura Hill, Japan
Shibazakura Hill in Japan is the nature's way of celebrating springtime with moss blossoms in varying shades of pink.
6. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Home to over 1500 underwater species, Australia's Great Barrier Reef is a kaleidoscope of colours unknown to the mortal eye.
7. Caño Cristales River, Colombia
The river of five colours – the water at Caño Cristales River turns a striking red every fall because of a rare plant species growing nearby.
8. Lavender Fields, France
In Provence, France, the rolling lavender fields bloom as far as the eye can see.
9. Chefchaouen City, Morocco
A sophisticated palette of blues and whites, Chefchaouen is an otherworldly tourist escape nestled in Morocco’s Rif Mountains
10. Burano, Italy
40 minutes from Venice, this vibrant island is known for its brightly coloured houses and for the craftsmanship of its lace makers.