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Mu Cang Chai: One of the World's most colorful places according to Cn Traveler

Mu Cang Chai terraced fields were included in the list of the best places in the world voted by travel magazine CN Traveler.

How often do you think about color on a daily basis? Do you pay attention to it at work? On your commute? In your kid's room? It can be easy to overlook, but according to science, we may be more attentive to color when we visit somewhere new. It gives us a sharper eye on safari, or leaves us feeling calmer by those Santorini blues. All the more reason to travel, we say. Here, some of the most colorful places in the world, all guaranteed to brighten up a dreary winter day.

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Northern light, Canada: Visitors can witness this phenomenon in the most Arctic and Antarctic regions like Alaska, Greenland, Finland, Norway and Canada. The best time to watch the aurora north light is in winter or spring.

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Mu Cang Chai terraced fields, Vietnam: Terraced fields in Yen Bai province have become famous on Instagram social networks with photos with impressive shooting angles. Terraced fields turn from green to yellow when rice matures in October every year.

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The Highlands, Scotland: The mountains in northwest Scotland are known for their beauty as a fairytale world with castles, pristine beaches and ancient ruins. Visitors should come here in May and June, when the weather is the best.

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Arashiyama Bamboo Forest, Japan: Kyoto suburban forest has quiet space completely different from the noise in crowded cities in Japan. Tourists should come here from the early morning to enjoy authentic quiet space.

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Maldives: With more than 1,000 islands in the Indian Ocean, the Maldives is one of the most attractive tropical destinations in the world. Guests can relax at the dive sites and luxury resorts.

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Blue Lake, Iceland: Guests will feel at the spa, when immersed in warm water under Lake Blue. The water here flows from a nearby geothermal plant. The lake also has a beautiful setting, creating an impressive background for Instagram photos.

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Júzcar, Spain: Andalucía small town in town about 2 hours by car from Seville. It impressed the green houses, after they were used as a backdrop for the village in the film Smurfs in 2011.

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The Dead Sea: Until now, scientists are still not sure whether life exists in the Dead Sea, because the water here has 10 times the salt concentration of ocean water. Even so, the Dead Sea is still one of the most attractive tourist destinations in the world.

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Dutch lilies, Holland: When you think about Holland, people often remember the fields of colorful tulips. But the country is also famous for its lilac fields with a characteristic purple color. To admire this flower, visitors can visit the Keukenhof park in Lisse from late March to May every year.

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Provence, France: The endless lavender fields have made Provence one of the most beautiful places in France. This flower oil is used to make soap, cosmetics and perfumes.

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Kawachi Fuji Garden, Japan: Located about 6 hours away from Tokyo by car, the Kawachi Fuji garden is famous for the wisteria trees blooming in the spring, with a characteristic purple color.

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Fire Valley, USA: Valley Valley National Park in Nevada impresses with light red sandstone structures and dry dead trees. Visitors should come here in the early morning to avoid the hot sun during the daytime.

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Lofoten Islands, Norway: Located off the northwest coast of Norway, access to the Lofoten Islands is difficult, but in return, visitors have the opportunity to experience unprecedented beauty: many fishing villages colors, beautiful bays and unspoiled beaches.

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Laguna Colorada Lake, Bolivia: Salt lake at the foot of the Andes mountain has red blood like blood due to high alkaline concentration and strong algae growth. It is considered a paradise for flamingos. They are most concentrated in the lake from December to April.

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Moon Valley, Chile: When the sun sets every evening, the structures in the valley between the Atacama desert seem to turn from pink to deep red, just before the sky is covered by stars.

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Chengdu, China: The capital of Sichuan province is famous for contemporary culture. Here, visitors can not ignore the opportunity to take photos with red cages hanging on the old streets.

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Jaipur, India: The city impresses with colorful houses. Prince Sawai Ram Singh II ordered the orange color of the city houses in 1876 to welcome Prince Albert and Queen Victoria. Many houses still keep this paint color to this day.

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Chiang Mai, Thailand: On the fifteenth day of the lunar month, the sky in Chiang Mai city appears thousands of orange sky lights at Yi Peng festival. Sky lamps carry wishes written by hand.

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Namib sand dunes, Namibia: This place has the highest sand dunes in the world, higher than 382m. Namib dune scenery is the most beautiful in the early morning, with one side red and the other side is still dark.
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