Many jetsetters and frequent travelers are now having a hesitation in taking a trip to Europe.
According to the South China Morning Post, the growth in Asia-Europe travel has been badly hit following some recent terrorist incidents In Europe. This includes Paris terror attacks and the like.
For some travelers, extensive destinations maybe the key to keep you on the go in travelling overseas. Here are the top five remote places to go for a super-safe holiday as listed by SCMP:
1. Faroe Islands
Faroe Islands is described as "a place like no other here on earth". You can have a tranquil escape with its lush green valleys, daunting basalt cliffs, and impressive waterfalls. The 18 rough volcanic islands which make up the Faroe Islands is in the middle of the Gulf Stream in the North Atlantic.
According to the Telegraph, these are the most beautiful small islands on Earth. Aside from that, they are known for being a safe place as there are no distractions from hawkers selling sarongs and taxi tours. More than 1,000 coral islands and 26 atolls constitutes this tropical nation in the Indian Ocean. The Maldives also hosts over 100 resorts, as further described by SCMP.
3. Easter Island
Rapa Nui, the indigenous name of Easter Island, bears witness to a unique cultural phenomenon, as described by the World Heritage Convention. Easter Island is a society of Polynesian origin that established an influential, creative and unique tradition of monumental sculpture and architecture. It is free from any external influence, which is home to just 5,800 residents.
Bhutan is described by SCMP as a tiny and peaceful Himalayan kingdom of 750,000 people. The place caters only 150,000 visitors per year to tour its sacred temples.
Tagged as the most politically stable country in South America, Chile's high-altitude Atacama Desert hosts the world's biggest telescopes to examine the universe. According to Geographia, Chile is a country of astonishing contrasts and adventurous beauty.
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