6 tourist attractions that not everyone will likeBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/article/6-tourist-attractions-that-not-everyone-will-like.html
Disneyland, Taj Mahal, Eiffel Tower… All this is so banal and "hackneyed". Tourists who have literally traveled all over the world want to see something new.
Below we will tell you about six rather specific attractions that are in demand among sophisticated travelers. I wonder if you would dare to visit at least half of them?
As you may have guessed, the essence of this entertainment is bathing in a bath with noodles. But it's not only fun, according to the organizers, but also very useful. All thanks to pepper and collagen, which are contained in the meat broth for cooking noodles. This component helps to cleanse and rejuvenate the skin.
The owner of the unusual museum, Texan Michael Boden, believes that cockroaches are the most interesting creatures on the planet, therefore they deserve special attention. When creating the art space, the man tried to combine the comic with the grotesque, so do not be surprised if you see a cockroach dressed in a luxurious suit, or personifying a character from pop culture.
If you are a wine lover, then this entertainment may interest you. The resort was founded, apparently, by the biggest fans of this drink, because in their opinion, to enjoy wine, it is not enough to drink it. That is why on the territory of the resort you can find SPA areas and pools filled with wine.
We are mistaken when we think that cemeteries are intended only for people. In the USA, you can find a huge cemetery for airplanes, on which there are about 3,000 unused aircraft. Some of them are over 60 years old.
If you are afraid of rats, then it is better not to approach this place. The temple is literally teeming with rodents. Why? It is believed that the god Karni Mata, in whose honor the sacred building was built, is the reincarnation of Durga, the goddess of victory, who, according to legend, asked the God Yama for the resurrection of the entire tribe. The wish was granted, but for some reason he returned them in the form of rats. Now these rodents are revered and fed milk in the hope that one day they will become human again.
This is a museum located in an underground cave in the city of Avanos, Cappadocia, Turkey, which stores strands of hair of about 16 thousand different women. Due to its uniqueness, the museum has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in the city. And his story began with a potter named Chez Galip, who created the museum after he received a lock of hair from a friend. After that, he started asking for hair from all the women who visited his workshop. It took Galip more than 30 years to fill the museum with a sufficient number of "exhibits".