Let’s admit it: we all love taking selfies and sharing them with our buddies on social media. There’s nothing wrong with that, of course, as long as its done sparingly. It’s not like the whole world wants to see hundreds of your selfies in a single upload.
Still, we wouldn’t blame you in case you capture and post numerous photos as you visit this place. I know I won’t be able to resist it.
Indonesia’s Umbul Ponggok is the place to go for the most epic selfies ever!
Located in Central Java, Indonesia, Umbul Ponggok is quickly becoming one of the most visited attractions in the country, “thanks to the spectacular Instagram-worthy snapshots tourists can take in its crystal clear waters,” wrote RachFeed.
When you get there, nothing may seem extraordinary in the area. You will be surprised, however, with what it has in store.
The fun begins as you go underwater.
As you can see in these photos, Umbul Ponggok is packed with a wide variety of underwater props, allowing people to have fun while taking a dip – and taking pictures. They’ve got everything from scooteers and motorbikes, to tents and laptops, and eveen televisions and flowers. You also get to swim with the fishes around you!
Umbul Ponggok is definitely a great spot to enjoy with your friends and loved ones.
No wonder, countless visitors are sharing a lot of positive feedback about this attraction on the Trip Advisor website.
Check out more of the photos below and see for yourself:
Now watch this video:
Looks fun and interesting, you say? Well you bet it totally is! Go book that flight to Indonesia and take those awesome underwater selfies as soon as you can.
The World’s Smallest Inhabited Island Is Just Big Enough For A House And A Tree
One misstep and you’re swimming.
A lot of us have fantasized about owning an island where we can hide away from people and live in peace. Owning an island is also a status symbol, with lots of celebrities such as David Beckham and Leonard DiCaprio buying their own pieces of land from faraway places. But most of these islands are pretty big and can hold a large estate, complete with sweeping gardens and probably basketball courts. Wouldn't be cool to own an island that is big enough for just one small house?
In Alexandria Bay in New York state lies a tiny speck of land just big enough for a small house and a tree. Aptly named Just Room Enough Island, it's one of the 1,864 islands located on the St. Lawrence River which separates New York and Ontario, Canada.
This tiny speck of land in New York state is called Just Room Enough Island.
Tristan Da Cunha: The Most Remote Inhabited Archipelago in The World
Here’s the place that might be great for those needing a break from the busy city life.
To say our world is fascinating would be an understatement. There are many hidden gems and mysteries we have yet to uncover on this planet. The more we study what's around us, the more curious we become. And the more we see of the world, the more we realize there's still much to explore.
Tristan da Cunha is the world's most remote inhabited archipelago.
Decorating Fences With Trash Is A Thing In New Zealand
Some hate it and some love it!
What do you usually do with items you no longer have a use for, like your old toothbrushes, boots, or bras? Usually, you discard them and toss them into the trash or find other ways to reuse them. For some people in New Zealand, however, these items can be used as decors for fences -- the famous of this can be found in Central Otago.
The Cardrona Bra Fence has become a unique tourist attraction that started in 1999. It has gained worldwide attention for the colorful brassieres brazenly displayed on the fence.