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A Kaleidoscope Travel Guide to the World

Kaleidoscope always comes in a colourful rainbow pattern that gives us energy and liveliness. It represents every single bright colour at once, bringing everyone the brightest hope just like how the rainbow comes after the rainfall. In this visual travel guide, we are going to take you to the most colourful places on earth. Let's discover the world together in a kaleidoscope of colour!

Neal's Yard, London, United Kingdom

An Amazing Hidden Alley in London

Classic red brick buildings are everywhere in London. What makes this hidden gem Neal's Yard stand out is the colourfully painted window frames in the whole area. This small alley is located in Covent Garden between Shorts Gardens and Monmouth Street. It is very easy to overlook it so you should pay extra attention to each lane while you are in the nearby. This courtyard has filled with a few boutiques and bars that make this place super energetic!

Neal's Yard | Neal's Yard, London WC2H 9DP, United Kingdom

Hundertwasserhaus, Vienna, Austria

Brightly Painted Apartment Building in Vienna

This artistic Hundertwasser apartment house is a multi-coloured architecture that was built with the concept of a famous Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser. Because of its beautifully painted building, this area attracts thousands of visitors during peak travel season. Would you be interested in living in such a fun neighbourhood? We would love to!

Hundertwasserhaus | Kegelgasse 36-38, 1030 Wien, Austria

Colourful Houses on a Lively Fishing Island in Venice

Burano is just one of a small island within the Venetian Lagoon; but it is the only island that has filled with colourful homes and best known for its lace work. This lively fishing island is very popular to tourists not only because of its vivid houses, but also a wonderful place for you to observe the sunset right in front of these lovely buildings.

Burano | 30142 Venice, Italy

East Side Gallery / Berlin Wall Memorial, Berlin, Germany

Delightful Graffiti on the Memorial Wall in Berlin

Rainbow colour gives us hope and future; just like how the graffiti covering the surviving section of the Berlin Wall writes a new delightful meaning to the original sad story. This open-air gallery sits right next to the pedestrian walkway allows you to enjoy the graffiti on wall while walking from one end to the other end at the same time. Don't miss out. It is by far the most colourful place in the city of Berlin.

East Side Gallery | Mühlenstraße 3-100, 10243 Berlin, Germany

Choi Hung Estate, Hong Kong

An Energetic Neighbourhood in Hong Kong

Choi Hung Estate is probably the localist and least touristy "travel destination" in Hong Kong. This neighbourhood is a public housing residential area that is best-known in its vivid pastel coloured block building. It looks very similar to a colour palette which adds so much energy to the community. No wonder it has become one of the most insta-worthy places in the city, and probably in the world, too!

Choi Hung Estate Rooftop Basketball Court | 2 Tse Wai Ave, Ngau Chi Wan, Hong Kong

Stadion Metro Station, Stockholm, Sweden

A Fascinatingly Decorated Metro Station in Stockholm

Every single metro station in Stockholm has its own theme and design; just like Stadion Metro Station on the red line, has been beautifully painted and decorated as a sky with a rainbow. Each corner in the subway station has painted differently. So, don't forget to explore the whole platform before moving onto the train to the next stop!

Stadion Metro Station | 114 41 Stockholm, Sweden


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