Top 10 Happiest Travel Places In The World to Visit
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The survey measured the cities based on nine metrics: crime, safety, pollution, cost of domestic beers, outdoor activities, day trips, spa and wellness centers, LGBTQ friendly, and the overall happiness of the individual cities on a scale of 0-100.
1. Bali, Indonesia
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Bali is the most popular destination for people who want to enjoy a happy and stress-free vacation. The island destination received a score of 73.7 out of 100.
“Bali is at the top of the list thanks to its great spas and wellness centres and great outdoor activities – perfect for anyone looking for relaxation and adventure during their vacation,” reads a statement from Club Med website.
Responding to the ranking, the Deputy Governor of Bali, Tjok Oka Artha Ardhana Sukawati or Cok Ace, expressed his gratitude. He noted that a number of things that supported the selection of Bali in the survey and other awards are the people, nature, and culture.
2. Las Vegas, Nevada
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While most people think of Las Vegas as the Strip with its plethora of hotels, casinos, and entertainment, the region is home to so much more. Club Med has identified more than 40 daytime activities that make it more than a gambling, drinking, and show destination.
There is plenty of world-class golf, hiking, water sports, and even skiing at Mt. Charleston in the winter. It has also become a professional sports destination, with the NFL’s Raiders and NHL’s Golden Knights a big part of the region.
3. New Orleans, Louisiana
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New Orleans is an over-the-top experience for the senses, a city filled with vibrantly colored streets, soul-filled rhythm and blues, and memorable flavors. The coastal Louisiana enclave is the culinary heart of creole and cajun food, and beyond delicacies from gumbo to shrimp and grits, it's the city that brought us the muffuletta, beignets, and char-broiled oysters.
New Orleans, nicknamed "The Big Easy," is a town of jazz kings and queens, iconic architecture, the New Orleans Saints, and perhaps the most spirited street in America—Bourbon Street. It's also one of the only cities in America where you can legally drink on the street, which only adds to the lively nature of NOLA nightlife.
|Comedian and actor Hannibal Burress famously said of the Big Easy that "for $300 you can have your own parade on a day's notice," and if that doesn't beautifully encapsulate the glory of New Orleans in one sentence, we don't know what does.|
4. Barcelona, Spain
If you’re looking for a destination for solo travel that offers all the charm and excitement of a big city but is also affordable and budget-friendly, look no further than Barcelona in the shoulder season.
The vibrant Spanish metropolis is packed with delicious food, fascinating architecture, and exhilarating nightlife, all at reasonable prices compared to other European capitals. Check out this article about how much it costs to travel to Spain. It’s a diary of two people traveling around Spain but will give you an idea of prices per person on attractions, food, accommodation, and more.
5. Amsterdam, Netherlands
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The capital city of Netherlands, Amsterdam, attracts numerous visitors with its charming canals, cheery flower markets, bicycle-happy locals, Anne Frank House and world-class museums like Rijksmuseam, but there are many other sights to see in this country filled with magnificent fields of colorful flowers and classic windmills.
6. Budapest, Hungary
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The Polish writer and winner of the Prince of Asturias Award, Claudio Magris describes Budapest as the Pearl of the Danube after travelling through Europe.
It is true that it isn’t as “fairy-tale” as Prague, but travellers, unlike tourists, have the capacity to find the beauty of a city behind its façades. What’s more, we have been treated very kindly in Budapest, except by the metro inspectors!
7. Vancouver, Canada
Canada is a vast country with a ton to explore from east to west. Vancouver, British Columbia, one of the most beautiful cities in the world, is filled with forests, beautiful parks, lively pubs, world-class restaurants, museums and all types of shopping opportunities, with an abundance of outdoor recreational opportunities just minutes away.
8. San Francisco, California
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San Francisco may only stretch across 7 miles, but it's packed with an assortment of activities that's sure to please outdoorsy types, foodies and curious wanderers of all ages. The Golden Gate Bridge is a must-see, while a visit to Alcatraz Island to tour the infamous and now closed federal prison should also be high on your list.
Instead of spending all your time around the touristy Fisherman's Wharf, you can discover a more authentic side of San Francisco by grabbing a bite at the Ferry Building Marketplace or with a walking tour through the vibrant Castro. And whether it's climbing to the top of Twin Peaks or sauntering through Golden Gate Park, active types and nature lovers will find plenty to love about San Francisco.
9. Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Dubai has been ranked the most popular travel destination in the world.
According to TikTok Travel Index 2022 released by Bounce, Dubai emerged as the most-viewed destination on the popular social media platform by far with views for videos featuring the hashtag 'Dubai' totalling over 81.8 billion.
Dubai’s tourism and travel sectors have strongly rebounded after Covid-19, helped by the successful handling of the pandemic. Dubai also received the highest FDI into the tourism sector in 2021 globally, attracting Dh6.4 billion foreign investments across 30 projects and creating 5,545 jobs.
10. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The city of Rio de Janeiro has captured most of Brazil’s glory through the decades, but the state of which it is the capital (also called Rio de Janeiro) is replete with attractions of its own. Like its capital, the state of Rio is an exciting contrast of forested mountains and sun-drenched beaches, all located within a few hours of the city.
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For those cariocas who still prefer to stick to the pleasures of the coast, Búzios, on the Costa do Sol (Sun Coast), is a sophisticated international resort that for much of the year still manages to retain the air of a fishing village. It has escaped the high-rise invasion that has scarred many Brazilian beaches: the fashionable homes that dot the beach-scape blend, for the most part, with the picturesque houses of the fishermen.
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