There are virtual travel tours for virtually any destination in the world, a sad but temporary nomadic adjustment. Right now, millions of People are just itching to hop on any plane to any destination. Unfortunately exploring for most of us has been through Google, Firefox, or MS Explorer for the last four months.
Recently, I discovered the world of virtual reality tours. Yes, I know, it’s not the same as going somewhere and sometimes the tours are a bit disappointing. Most of the time they don’t even work, or they’re not in 360-degree form. I don’t know about you, but I’m a little tired of watching Netflix for the last 4 months so I’ve put together a list of my favorite Inspirational virtual tours that share some of the greatest places on Earth.
One Day in Bali
Indonesian virtual tour by Daniel Bernáez – 4K
Directed by Aroundtheworldin360 , music : Runaways by Silent Partner
Ubud’s population is about 112,490 people and used to be bombarded by over 3 million foreign tourists a year.
Glass Bridge China
China’s Zhangjiajie Glass Bridge is one of the longest and highest glass bridges in the world.
Take a stroll in Old Quebec
Take a stroll through the historic Chateau Frontenac in Old Quebec City, Canada.
Machu Picchu Peru
Explore Machu Picchu in Virtual Reality with Marko from the Vagabrothers along with thier special guest Hiram Bingham as they discoverer of the lost Inca city!
Another 360 tour at Machu Picchu
Peru’s Machu Picchu comprises over 150 buildings, including houses, baths and sanctuaries.
Sydney Opera House Australia
Take a virtual tour through the Sydney Opera House, home to Opera Australia, The Australian Ballet, the Sydney Theater Company and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.
A Cambodian monk explores the fallen stones and tangled roots of Ta Prohm, one of the most famous temples in the Angkor Wat temple complex.
Grand Palace Bangkok Thailand
Pattaya Beach- Thailand-virtual-reality
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