Kindle The Photographer In You At These 7 Spots Across The World | HolidayIQ Blog

Kindle The Photographer In You At These 7 Spots Across The World

Kindle The Photographer In You At These 7 Photogenic Spots Across The World

Love photography? Then never miss out on these spots that will help you capture the picture of a lifetime! Check the reviews shared by HolidayIQ reviewers. 

1. Dubai: To take spectacular shots from the 148th floor of Burj Khalifa

Dubai: To take spectacular shots from the 148th floor of Burj Khalifa
Click to See More Photos
Share source: HolidayIQ

HolidayIQ Reviewer S.M.Bega Raaj shares, “Though expensive to go to the top sky (148th floor) costing 400 dirhams in addition to the 120 dirhams to reach 124th and 125th floors, it's absolutely worth spending 120 dirhams, I can't comment on the 148th floor views and additional 400 dirhams, since I haven't gone there, but 124-125 floor views are stunning.You can get some of the best pictures from up here. Air-conditioned walkway from the metro station to Dubai Mall was very comfortable. Spent 2 hours at the top of Burj Khalifa and took some fabulous photos and videos to cherish for my entire lifetime.” Read Full Review

2. Kochi: To capture Kathakalli and martial artistes at Greenix Cutural Village

Kochi: To capture Kathakalli and martial artistes at Greenix Cutural Village
Click to See More Photos
Share source: HolidayIQ

HolidayIQ Reviewer Kanishka Batra shares, “Greenix Village is Kochi’s entertainment hub. This place has live performances. The touristy ’cultural village’ seeks to put the full gamut of Keralan music and arts under one roof, with a small cultural museum, yoga classes, performances of Mohiniattam, Kathakali Bharatnatiyam and Kalarippayat along with Martial arts. It is a one-and-a-half-hour performance of all the art forms. You can watch the performances live and also take the pictures of the artists.” Read Full Review

3. Kuala Lumpur: To take shots from Skybridge that connects Petronas Twin Towers

Kuala Lumpur: To take shots from Skybridge that connects Petronas Twin Towers
Click to See More Photos
Share source: HolidayIQ

HolidayIQ Reviewer Kasi Venkoba Rao adds, “The Petronas Twin Towers is worth visiting and no regrets for having paid a huge amount. It is the Pride of Kuala Lumpur and till today, the Twin Towers remain the Tallest in the World. The Petronas Towers, also known as the Petronas Twin Towers are the twin skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. They were the tallest buildings in the world till 2004, with 88 floors. Now Burj Khalifa in Dubai is the tallest building in the world. I managed to take some breathtaking pictures at this spot.

This Petronas Twin Tower building is a landmark of Kuala Lumpur City and stands as its pride. Petronas Twin Towers is located next to Kuala Lumpur City Centre. I was first taken to the 41st Floor where the Skybridge connecting the twin towers exists. The Skybridge is at a height of about 172 meters and 58 meters long. The pictures I took here and the views were just mindblowing.” Read Full Review

4. New Delhi: To capture the symmetric architecture of Humayun's Tomb from all four sides

New Delhi: To capture the symmetric architecture of Humayun's Tomb from all four sides
Click to See More Photos
Share source: HolidayIQ

HolidayIQ Reviewer Ruby Singh says, “An evening in and around Humayun's Tomb!  Since Delhi is bestowed with many historical monuments there is no dearth of choices and I zeroed down to Humayun's Tomb. Of late I have been witnessing many blog posts and Instagram posts around Humayun's Tomb so the itch of visiting the tomb was burgeoning since long and when I got a chance I decided on Humayun's Tomb in no time. After tackling a short queue for tickets I got in. I took some fabulous shots with my camera.

There is one thing which is common across all the heritage sites, they all have a great history and interesting stories attached to them. As much as I wanted to hire I guide, to my disappointment I find any. As I entered the main gate I saw that the area was very well maintained and tidy. As soon as you walk the main pathway you will have to climb up stairs to get to the first floor of the tomb. After reaching there I took a stroll around the tomb and took pictures of the tomb from all corners. The architecture of the tomb is such that it was symmetrical from all sides.” Read Full Review

486

5. Mumbai: Love clicking celebrities? Then head to Mumbai, especially Mannat Gate!

Mumbai: Love clicking celebrities? Then head to Mumbai, especially Mannat Gate!
Click to See More Photos
Share source: HolidayIQ

HolidayIQ Reviewer Ajay Warrier shares, “If you are true Bollywood fan especially SRK or Salman you would love the place. So many people gather to get a glimpse of their favorite superstar. I was keen to see Mannat and clicked photos in front of the Mannat gate. A camera is must, you never know which actor/actress you might end up seeing in Bandstand road. Walking is the best option and takes care of your belonging, avoid too much bling. Amazing view during sunset. The beautiful sound of waves hitting the rock.” Read Full Review

6. Ho Chi Minh: To view the pictures from Vietnam War and take shots of Cu Chi Tunnels

Ho Chi Minh: To view the pictures from Vietnam War and take shots of Cu Chi Tunnels
Click to See More Photos
Share source: HolidayIQ

HolidayIQ Reviewer Shyam Gupta shares, “Vietnam perspective on War with a good collection of photographs. This place is divided into various sections containing a collection of various photos of Vietnam War from different photographers. You can also take some incredible pictures at Cu Chi tunnels. It gives you a lot of information and statistics on the Vietnam War, cruelty, pity, sadness and value of lives. Mostly from the Vietnam perspective but still very good. The apt time to visit all sections and take some photos is about 2 hours. Combination of this Museum and Cu Chi tunnels should be done for an overall perspective on Vietnam War.Read Full Review

7. Prague: For a bird's eye view click of Prague from Petrin Hill tower

Prague: For a bird's eye view click of Prague from Petrin Hill tower
Click to See More Photos
Share source: HolidayIQ

HolidayIQ Reviewer Suruchika Singh shares, “The view of Prague from the castle is a plus, but if you are not so much into Art or history, you might as well get a better panorama view from Petrin Hill tower. The pictures that you click from here are some of the best. The tours inside the castle are into 3 circuits, Circuit A for 350 Kc (7 zones), Circuit B costs 250 Kc (5 zones), Circuit C for 150 Kc (3 zones). Cameras an extra 50 Kc. Washrooms (WC) cost some change, keep it handy. I bet inside of the castle would be more exciting. I tried checking out the Toy Museum as well.” Read Full Review

The views above are collated from opinions expressed by travellers on www.holidayiq.com

Blog for us! Write in to editor@holidayiq.com

Get Free Travel Guide for your upcoming Holiday

Photos & Video Reviews
Great Deals from Partners
Travel Itineraries
When to Visit

Get the HolidayIQ Traveller's Guide to & start planning now!

With the best attractions, traveller reviews, hotels, packages and lots more…

Login via Facebook to get your free travel guide to
or register with email ID
  • +356
HolidayIQ travellers used this guide to plan their trip!

Get the HolidayIQ Traveller's Guide to & plan your holiday now!

With the best attractions, traveller reviews, hotels, packages and lots more…

Login via Facebook to get your free travel guide to
  • +356
HolidayIQ travellers used this guide to plan their trip!