A White Travel Guide to the World

Is white a colour? Some say that white isn't a colour but more likely a pigment that is blank in colour. It is pure with a connection of innocence, and often represents a new beginning and total perfection. Is this true? You are about to find it out! Now it's time to sit back, relax and let us take you all to the whitest places in the world.

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A Glass Gondola Ride for a 360-degree City View of Stockholm

Now an observatory tower doesn't have to be a form of an actual tall building; this glass gondola moves along the outside of a white globe and take you to the sky for a fantastic city view of Stockholm. This Ericsson Globe is the largest spherical building in the world and it's an indoor arena and stadium for most national, as well as international events.

Sky View | Ericsson Globe, Globentorget 2, 121 77 Johanneshov, Sweden

A Lookout Terrace for Every Princess at Heart

This monument near the Buda Castle in Budapest is popular and has become one of the most instagrammable spots in the city. The view is fantastic, as dreamy as a fairytale. Everyone visits the gorgeous lookout terraces for such spectacular view of the city, just like how they anticipated a prince is coming to save the princess on the tower.

Fisherman's Bastion | Budapest, Szentháromság tér, 1014 Hungary

A Massive Mosque with White Domes

This mosque is the perfect example of pureness and perfection. It has a mix of global and local designs. The architecture itself was inspired by equality and the world; it opens to the public and allows all Muslims and non-Muslims to experience the exact same thing. This is probably one of the reasons why this mosque has been the most visited attraction in Abu Dhabi.

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque | Sheikh Rashid Bin Saeed Street, 5th St Abu Dhabi, UAE