7 out-of-the-world travel destinations to visit, according to your favourite colour

Seven continents and 195 countries – if you can’t seem to choose just one place to visit, we don’t blame you. Here are the vacation spots we think you’ll love based on your favourite colors. Read on to find the travel destination that vibes with you.

Black: Balian Beach, Indonesia

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Высшая степень наслаждения – ощущать на себе все процессы, происходящие в природе. Просто выключить мысли и чувствовать всё вокруг: ветер, шум океана, запах деревьев, пение птиц… И наслаждаться. Просто наслаждаться. Не думая, что это кайф, а исключительно чувствуя. Это так прекрасно! Мне интересно, только женщины так могут?) Или есть чувствительные мужчины?? . . . . #bali#baliindonesia#балиан#чёрныепески#balian#balianbeach

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People who like the darkest color of all are known to be independent, powerful, and mysterious, but that doesn’t mean they should be deprived of a beautiful sunset view! The Balian Beach, located on the South coast of the island of Bali has black sand, formed from eroded volcanic rock, so lovers of the shade can literally be surrounded by it while watching the surfers carve waves in the sea. Or, choose to sip fresh juices and enjoy local cuisine and seafood from nearby open-air restaurants while watching the Sun set over the horizon.

Red: Panjin Red Beach, China

Optimistic and upbeat, yet temperamental and adventurous, the Panjin Red Beach sounds exactly like the place you’d want to be at.

The landscape features the Sueda, a rare plant that can survive in highly alkaline soil. It starts growing in April and is light red initially, before maturing into a shade of deep red.  If your favourite color is red, chances are, you wouldn’t want to miss the chance of seeing this unique plant!

Blue: Great Barrier Reef, Australia

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My friend @underwater_images took this incredible shot of me while diving in thousands of jelly fish. You can only take this shot when stinger season is in full swing here at the Great Barrier Reef and there is rivers of them drifting by with the currents. I’d love to jump straight back into the slimy jelly soup to take more #jellyshots ?www.tinawilm.com . #jellyfish #stingerseason #jelly #mermaidlifestyle #justseasick #tinawilmphotography #greatbarrierreef #bg_underwater #scubaaddict #loves_underwater #girlsthatscuba #diverlife #letsgodiving #scubadiving #tauchen #travelphotography #travelgram #ig_travel #instadaily #naturephotography #lifestyle #australia #underwaterphotography #uwphoto #ig_travel #scubaphoto #instatravel #travelgram #divingphotography #thisisqueensland @exploretnq @girlsthatscuba @divequeensland @angels.of.the.sea @cairnsaustralia @divingpassport @divingphoto @australia @thecairnspost ? taken at Sunlover Reef Cruises Moore Reef pontoon © belongs to @calypsoreefimagery

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Unsurprisingly, your dream destination would be the one-and-only Great Barrier Reef, off the coast of Queensland, Australia: The huge coral system spans over 300,000 square kilometers (416 times of Singapore!) and houses almost 3,000 individual corals. Here, where the sea meets the sky, you can get up close and personal with the world’s largest collection of corals as well as sea life, such as turtles and clown fish.

Yellow: Tulips field, Netherlands

Yellow is synonymous with bright and cheery vibes and there’s no better way to appreciate the spirit of this colour than at a field lined with yellow tulips. North Holland is said to be the best place to go to sight beautiful tulips fields. And if you’re looking forward to yellow tulips, these are usually seen at the start of Spring, and is presented as gifts if you’d like to wish someone happiness.

Pink: Sakura blossoms, Japan


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If this lovely hue is your favourite, we suggest going to Japan to see the sakura blossoms in Spring. Although Mount Yoshino, Nara prefecture has arguably the most beautiful blossoms, the mountain sees hordes of people clamoring to get the perfect shot of the delicate flowers when April arrives. Instead, choose less crowded but still equally stunning spots such as Shinjuku Gyoen in Tokyo, or The Philosopher’s Path in Kyoto to enjoy the cherry blossoms.

Purple: Lavender field, France

While lavender is not exclusive to Provence, France, it is probably one of the best known destinations for them. If you’d like to see a lavender farm, the best time to visit is from mid-June to mid-July. Within Provence, Valensole is one of the most popular spots to go to. Try to go before mid-July; locals go for holiday in Provence in around August, so going early help you to avoid the crowd.

White: Wasatch Mountain Range, USA

We don’t know about you, but when we think of white, powdery snow comes to mind. Known to have the “greatest snow in the world” due to its climate and frequent snowfalls, Wasatch Mountain Range will be perfect for the people who love skiing, due to the dense, “bottomless” quality of Utah’s snow. Also home to Kentucky Fried Chicken’s first franchise store, as well as five of America’s national parks, Utah actually has a lot to offer to tourists.

Green: Fiordland National Park, New Zealand

New Zealand may be full of greenery, but none of it can come close to South Island’s lush flora. Take a break from Singapore’s metropolis and journey down to New Zealand to cleanse both your eyes and soul with the sweeping views of mountains and lakes.

Orange: Fushimi Inari, Japan

The energising colour is zesty and full of soul, just like Kyoto’s Fujishimi Inari shrine. The temple is dedicated to Inari, the god of rice, and is paved by the thousands of orange torii gates, which are funded by donations, and in return, the donator’s names are carved in black on the pillar of each gate. When you finally get to this destination, you’ll realise how it is just as beautiful as it looks in your friend’s Instagram photo.