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The New Wonders are designed to make an instant impact, offering the 'wow factor' and 'awesomeness' in spades.<br><br>Pictured is one of 10 jungle swings dotted around the island of Bali designed to bring out your inner Tarzan or Jane<br>The Taj Mahal, the Acropolis, Angkor Wat, Machu Picchu... the list of the world's wonders has not changed much over the decades.<br>But now we are dreaming extra hard of the next great journey, is it time to think again? The world's great sights will always retain their allure.<br><br>But the new millennium has seen fresh wonders appearing on our travel itineraries.<br>And they are millennial sites in another sense, too: they have been created for the smartphone generation who have never had to wait for holiday photographs to be developed.<br>The Old Wonders gained their status the hard way, surviving hundreds or even th[ TOWERS OF GREEN<br>        Bosco Verticale (or 'Vertical Forest') in Milan, pictured, comprises two residential tower blocks bursting with vegetation<br>Completed seven years ago, Bosco Verticale (or 'Vertical Forest') in Milan comprises of two residential tower blocks designed with balconies that jut out allowing trees and other vegetation to grow — forming towers of green. Milan's opera house and cathedral have a new rival for visitors' attention that offers an intriguing glimpse into the future of cities. Vegetation is the new cladding.<br>Star quality: More than 900 trees are planted on the facades of the two buildings, the tallest of which rises 364 ft.<br>How to see it: A two-night getaway to Milan from £266 pp including flights and B&B at 43 Station Hotel, within walking distance of Bosco Verticale (<a style="font-weight: bold;" target="_blank" class="class" rel="nofollow" website class="mol-para-with-font">SCI-FI SINGAPORE<br>        Gardens by the Bay in Singapore is an urban park that has a series of 18 extraordinary 'supertrees'. The tallest is 164ft <br>Gardens by the Bay in Singapore is an urban park, opened in 2012, and its highlight is a series of 18 extraordinary 'supertrees' with vegetation spouting out of the tall thistle-like structures — the tallest is 164ft.<br>They were designed by the Bath-based architects Grant Associates, which won a competition to complete the project. Its Instagram page #gardensbythebay has had more than a million posts.<br>Star quality: Take a stroll on the skywalk between the two tallest 'supertrees' — and go in the evening at 7.45pm to enjoy the light and music show.<br>How to see it: Heathrow-Singapore flights from £531 return (<[ SCI-FI SINGAPORE<br>        Gardens by the Bay in Singapore is an urban park that has a series of 18 extraordinary 'supertrees'. The tallest is 164ft <br>Gardens by the Bay in Singapore is an urban park, opened in 2012, and its highlight is a series of 18 extraordinary 'supertrees' with vegetation spouting out of the tall thistle-like structures — the tallest is 164ft.<br>They were designed by the Bath-based architects Grant Associates, which won a competition to complete the project. Its Instagram page #gardensbythebay has had more than a million posts.<br>Star quality: Take a stroll on the skywalk between the two tallest 'supertrees' — and go in the evening at 7.45pm to enjoy the light and music show.<br>How to see it: Heathrow-Singapore flights from £531 return (<a style="font-weight: bold;" target="_blank" class="class" rel="nofollow" website See <[ DRAMATIC IN DUBAI<br>        The Dubai Frame, pictured, is a giant picture frame looking on to historic Dubai on one side and the new city on the other<br>The UAE's commercial capital is arguably the most outrageous city of the 21st century. <br>Futuristic touches were wired in from the beginning: hotels shaped like sails, islands like palm trees, the world's tallest building and, since 2018, the Dubai Frame: a giant picture frame looking on to historic Dubai on one side and the new city on the other.<br>Star quality: The 164ft-long bridge at the top has sensors so that the floor becomes clear when you walk across it; absolutely terrifying for vertigo sufferers as you're 492ft up.<br>How to see it: Three nights at Ramada by Wyndham Jumeirah from £380pp including flights (<[ DRAMATIC IN DUBAI<br>        The Dubai Frame, pictured, is a giant picture frame looking on to historic Dubai on one side and the new city on the other<br>The UAE's commercial capital is arguably the most outrageous city of the 21st century. <br>Futuristic touches were wired in from the beginning: hotels shaped like sails, islands like palm trees, the world's tallest building and, since 2018, the Dubai Frame: a giant picture frame looking on to historic Dubai on one side and the new city on the other.<br>Star quality: The 164ft-long bridge at the top has sensors so that the floor becomes clear when you walk across it; absolutely terrifying for vertigo sufferers as you're 492ft up.<br>How to see it: Three nights at Ramada by Wyndham Jumeirah from £380pp including flights (<a style="font-weight: bold;" target="_blank" class="class" rel="nofollow" website More info: <[ ROUNDABOUT ALERT<br>Extraordinary as it may sound, the latest attraction in the Faroe islands is a Jellyfish Roundabout. It opened last year at the junction of two tunnels linking islands. <br>Local artist Tróndur Patursson's illuminated rock and steel sculptures are bathed in blue and green light and shaped like a giant jellyfish.<br>Star quality: Figures linking hands in one section designed as though enjoying a traditional Faroese 'ring dance'.<br>How to see it: Return flights via Copenhagen from Heathrow from about £235 (<[ ROUNDABOUT ALERT<br>Extraordinary as it may sound, the latest attraction in the Faroe islands is a Jellyfish Roundabout. It opened last year at the junction of two tunnels linking islands. <br>Local artist Tróndur Patursson's illuminated rock and steel sculptures are bathed in blue and green light and shaped like a giant jellyfish.<br>Star quality: Figures linking hands in one section designed as though enjoying a traditional Faroese 'ring dance'.<br>How to see it: Return flights via Copenhagen from Heathrow from about £235 (<a style="font-weight: bold;" target="_blank" class="class" rel="nofollow" website class="mol-para-with-font">MEXICAN MARVEL<br>        Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry - who created the wonderful Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao in Spain - was involved in the creation of Museo Soumaya in Mexico City, pictured <br><div class="art-ins mol-factbox travel halfRHS" data-version="2" id="mol-e1ac7970-88e4-11eb-9e86-0704c0e8e274" website new wonders of the world, from swings in Bali to Dubai&apos;s Frame][ MEXICAN MARVEL<br>        Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry - who created the wonderful Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao in Spain - was involved in the creation of Museo Soumaya in Mexico City, pictured <br><div class="art-ins mol-factbox travel halfRHS" data-version="2" id="mol-e1ac7970-88e4-11eb-9e86-0704c0e8e274" website new wonders of the world, from swings in Bali to Dubai&apos;s Frame]
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The New Wonders are designed to make an instant impact, offering the 'wow factor' and 'awesomeness' in spades.<br><br>Pictured is one of 10 jungle swings dotted around the island of Bali designed to bring out your inner Tarzan or Jane<br>The Taj Mahal, the Acropolis, Angkor Wat, Machu Picchu... the list of the world's wonders has not changed much over the decades.<br>But now we are dreaming extra hard of the next great journey, is it time to think again? The world's great sights will always retain their allure.<br><br>But the new millennium has seen fresh wonders appearing on our travel itineraries.<br>And they are millennial sites in another sense, [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/tours/tour-bali-tour-du-lich-bali-indonesia-4-ngay-3-dem-tu-ha-noi-tu-sai-gon-hcm-may-bay.html kynghidongduong.vn] too: they have been created for the smartphone generation who have never had to wait for holiday photographs to be developed.<br>The Old Wonders gained their status the hard way, surviving hundreds or even thousands of years, earning their place as sites of cultural,  [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/tours/t[ TOWERS OF GREEN<br>        Bosco Verticale (or 'Vertical Forest') in Milan, pictured, comprises two residential tower blocks bursting with vegetation<br>Completed seven years ago, Bosco Verticale (or 'Vertical Forest') in Milan comprises of two residential tower blocks designed with balconies that jut out allowing trees and other vegetation to grow — forming towers of green. Milan's opera house and cathedral have a new rival for visitors' attention that offers an intriguing glimpse into the future of cities. Vegetation is the new cladding.<br>Star quality: More than 900 trees are planted on the facades of the two buildings, the tallest of which rises 364 ft.<br>How to see it: A two-night getaway to Milan from £266 pp including flights and B&B at 43 Station Hotel, within walking distance of Bosco Verticale (<a style="font-weight: bold;" target="_blank" class="class" rel="nofollow" website class="mol-para-with-font">SCI-FI SINGAPORE<br>        Gardens by the Bay in Singapore is an urban park that has a series of 18 extraordinary 'supertrees'. The tallest is 164ft <br>Gardens by the Bay in Singapore is an urban park, opened in 2012, and its highlight is a series of 18 extraordinary 'supertrees' with vegetation spouting out of the tall thistle-like structures — the tallest is 164ft.<br>They were designed by the Bath-based architects Grant Associates, which won a competition to complete the project. Its Instagram page #gardensbythebay has had more than a million posts.<br>Star quality: Take a stroll on the skywalk between the two tallest 'supertrees' — and go in the evening at 7.45pm to enjoy the light and music show.<br>How to see it: Heathrow-Singapore flights from £531 return (<[ SCI-FI SINGAPORE<br>        Gardens by the Bay in Singapore is an urban park that has a series of 18 extraordinary 'supertrees'. The tallest is 164ft <br>Gardens by the Bay in Singapore is an urban park, opened in 2012, and its highlight is a series of 18 extraordinary 'supertrees' with vegetation spouting out of the tall thistle-like structures — the tallest is 164ft.<br>They were designed by the Bath-based architects Grant Associates, which won a competition to complete the project. Its Instagram page #gardensbythebay has had more than a million posts.<br>Star quality: Take a stroll on the skywalk between the two tallest 'supertrees' — and go in the evening at 7.45pm to enjoy the light and music show.<br>How to see it: Heathrow-Singapore flights from £531 return (<a style="font-weight: bold;" target="_blank" class="class" rel="nofollow" website See <[ DRAMATIC IN DUBAI<br>        The Dubai Frame, pictured, is a giant picture frame looking on to historic Dubai on one side and the new city on the other<br>The UAE's commercial capital is arguably the most outrageous city of the 21st century. <br>Futuristic touches were wired in from the beginning: hotels shaped like sails, islands like palm trees, the world's tallest building and, since 2018, the Dubai Frame: a giant picture frame looking on to historic Dubai on one side and the new city on the other.<br>Star quality: The 164ft-long bridge at the top has sensors so that the floor becomes clear when you walk across it; absolutely terrifying for vertigo sufferers as you're 492ft up.<br>How to see it: Three nights at Ramada by Wyndham Jumeirah from £380pp including flights (<[ DRAMATIC IN DUBAI<br>        The Dubai Frame, pictured, is a giant picture frame looking on to historic Dubai on one side and the new city on the other<br>The UAE's commercial capital is arguably the most outrageous city of the 21st century. <br>Futuristic touches were wired in from the beginning: hotels shaped like sails, islands like palm trees, the world's tallest building and, since 2018, the Dubai Frame: a giant picture frame looking on to historic Dubai on one side and the new city on the other.<br>Star quality: The 164ft-long bridge at the top has sensors so that the floor becomes clear when you walk across it; absolutely terrifying for vertigo sufferers as you're 492ft up.<br>How to see it: Three nights at Ramada by Wyndham Jumeirah from £380pp including flights (<a style="font-weight: bold;" target="_blank" class="class" rel="nofollow" website More info: <[ ROUNDABOUT ALERT<br>Extraordinary as it may sound, the latest attraction in the Faroe islands is a Jellyfish Roundabout. It opened last year at the junction of two tunnels linking islands. <br>Local artist Tróndur Patursson's illuminated rock and steel sculptures are bathed in blue and green light and shaped like a giant jellyfish.<br>Star quality: Figures linking hands in one section designed as though enjoying a traditional Faroese 'ring dance'.<br>How to see it: Return flights via Copenhagen from Heathrow from about £235 (<[ ROUNDABOUT ALERT<br>Extraordinary as it may sound, the latest attraction in the Faroe islands is a Jellyfish Roundabout. It opened last year at the junction of two tunnels linking islands. <br>Local artist Tróndur Patursson's illuminated rock and steel sculptures are bathed in blue and green light and shaped like a giant jellyfish.<br>Star quality: Figures linking hands in one section designed as though enjoying a traditional Faroese 'ring dance'.<br>How to see it: Return flights via Copenhagen from Heathrow from about £235 (<a style="font-weight: bold;" target="_blank" class="class" rel="nofollow" website class="mol-para-with-font">MEXICAN MARVEL<br>        Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry - who created the wonderful Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao in Spain - was involved in the creation of Museo Soumaya in Mexico City, pictured <br><div class="art-ins mol-factbox travel halfRHS" data-version="2" id="mol-e1ac7970-88e4-11eb-9e86-0704c0e8e274" website new wonders of the world, from swings in Bali to Dubai&apos;s Frame][ MEXICAN MARVEL<br>        Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry - who created the wonderful Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao in Spain - was involved in the creation of Museo Soumaya in Mexico City, pictured <br><div class="art-ins mol-factbox travel halfRHS" data-version="2" id="mol-e1ac7970-88e4-11eb-9e86-0704c0e8e274" website new wonders of the world, from swings in Bali to Dubai&apos;s Frame]

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The New Wonders are designed to make an instant impact, offering the 'wow factor' and 'awesomeness' in spades.

Pictured is one of 10 jungle swings dotted around the island of Bali designed to bring out your inner Tarzan or Jane
The Taj Mahal, the Acropolis, Angkor Wat, Machu Picchu... the list of the world's wonders has not changed much over the decades.
But now we are dreaming extra hard of the next great journey, is it time to think again? The world's great sights will always retain their allure.

But the new millennium has seen fresh wonders appearing on our travel itineraries.
And they are millennial sites in another sense, kynghidongduong.vn too: they have been created for the smartphone generation who have never had to wait for holiday photographs to be developed.
The Old Wonders gained their status the hard way, surviving hundreds or even thousands of years, earning their place as sites of cultural, [ TOWERS OF GREEN
Bosco Verticale (or 'Vertical Forest') in Milan, pictured, comprises two residential tower blocks bursting with vegetation
Completed seven years ago, Bosco Verticale (or 'Vertical Forest') in Milan comprises of two residential tower blocks designed with balconies that jut out allowing trees and other vegetation to grow — forming towers of green. Milan's opera house and cathedral have a new rival for visitors' attention that offers an intriguing glimpse into the future of cities. Vegetation is the new cladding.
Star quality: More than 900 trees are planted on the facades of the two buildings, the tallest of which rises 364 ft.
How to see it: A two-night getaway to Milan from £266 pp including flights and B&B at 43 Station Hotel, within walking distance of Bosco Verticale (<a style="font-weight: bold;" target="_blank" class="class" rel="nofollow" website class="mol-para-with-font">SCI-FI SINGAPORE
Gardens by the Bay in Singapore is an urban park that has a series of 18 extraordinary 'supertrees'. The tallest is 164ft 
Gardens by the Bay in Singapore is an urban park, opened in 2012, and its highlight is a series of 18 extraordinary 'supertrees' with vegetation spouting out of the tall thistle-like structures — the tallest is 164ft.
They were designed by the Bath-based architects Grant Associates, which won a competition to complete the project. Its Instagram page #gardensbythebay has had more than a million posts.
Star quality: Take a stroll on the skywalk between the two tallest 'supertrees' — and go in the evening at 7.45pm to enjoy the light and music show.
How to see it: Heathrow-Singapore flights from £531 return (<[ SCI-FI SINGAPORE
Gardens by the Bay in Singapore is an urban park that has a series of 18 extraordinary 'supertrees'. The tallest is 164ft 
Gardens by the Bay in Singapore is an urban park, opened in 2012, and its highlight is a series of 18 extraordinary 'supertrees' with vegetation spouting out of the tall thistle-like structures — the tallest is 164ft.
They were designed by the Bath-based architects Grant Associates, which won a competition to complete the project. Its Instagram page #gardensbythebay has had more than a million posts.
Star quality: Take a stroll on the skywalk between the two tallest 'supertrees' — and go in the evening at 7.45pm to enjoy the light and music show.
How to see it: Heathrow-Singapore flights from £531 return (<a style="font-weight: bold;" target="_blank" class="class" rel="nofollow" website See <[ DRAMATIC IN DUBAI
The Dubai Frame, pictured, is a giant picture frame looking on to historic Dubai on one side and the new city on the other
The UAE's commercial capital is arguably the most outrageous city of the 21st century. 
Futuristic touches were wired in from the beginning: hotels shaped like sails, islands like palm trees, the world's tallest building and, since 2018, the Dubai Frame: a giant picture frame looking on to historic Dubai on one side and the new city on the other.
Star quality: The 164ft-long bridge at the top has sensors so that the floor becomes clear when you walk across it; absolutely terrifying for vertigo sufferers as you're 492ft up.
How to see it: Three nights at Ramada by Wyndham Jumeirah from £380pp including flights (<[ DRAMATIC IN DUBAI
The Dubai Frame, pictured, is a giant picture frame looking on to historic Dubai on one side and the new city on the other
The UAE's commercial capital is arguably the most outrageous city of the 21st century. 
Futuristic touches were wired in from the beginning: hotels shaped like sails, islands like palm trees, the world's tallest building and, since 2018, the Dubai Frame: a giant picture frame looking on to historic Dubai on one side and the new city on the other.
Star quality: The 164ft-long bridge at the top has sensors so that the floor becomes clear when you walk across it; absolutely terrifying for vertigo sufferers as you're 492ft up.
How to see it: Three nights at Ramada by Wyndham Jumeirah from £380pp including flights (<a style="font-weight: bold;" target="_blank" class="class" rel="nofollow" website More info: <[ ROUNDABOUT ALERT
Extraordinary as it may sound, the latest attraction in the Faroe islands is a Jellyfish Roundabout. It opened last year at the junction of two tunnels linking islands. 
Local artist Tróndur Patursson's illuminated rock and steel sculptures are bathed in blue and green light and shaped like a giant jellyfish.
Star quality: Figures linking hands in one section designed as though enjoying a traditional Faroese 'ring dance'.
How to see it: Return flights via Copenhagen from Heathrow from about £235 (<[ ROUNDABOUT ALERT
Extraordinary as it may sound, the latest attraction in the Faroe islands is a Jellyfish Roundabout. It opened last year at the junction of two tunnels linking islands. 
Local artist Tróndur Patursson's illuminated rock and steel sculptures are bathed in blue and green light and shaped like a giant jellyfish.
Star quality: Figures linking hands in one section designed as though enjoying a traditional Faroese 'ring dance'.
How to see it: Return flights via Copenhagen from Heathrow from about £235 (<a style="font-weight: bold;" target="_blank" class="class" rel="nofollow" website class="mol-para-with-font">MEXICAN MARVEL
Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry - who created the wonderful Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao in Spain - was involved in the creation of Museo Soumaya in Mexico City, pictured 
<div class="art-ins mol-factbox travel halfRHS" data-version="2" id="mol-e1ac7970-88e4-11eb-9e86-0704c0e8e274" website new wonders of the world, from swings in Bali to Dubai's Frame
[ MEXICAN MARVEL
Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry - who created the wonderful Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao in Spain - was involved in the creation of Museo Soumaya in Mexico City, pictured 
<div class="art-ins mol-factbox travel halfRHS" data-version="2" id="mol-e1ac7970-88e4-11eb-9e86-0704c0e8e274" website new wonders of the world, from swings in Bali to Dubai's Frame]