This fall follow the yellow path and land up to these astonishing places on earth

If you think travel is all about lush green forests, sparkling blue oceans or cities with colourful architecture, we have a colour twist to add to your travel plans and it’s quite bright and sunny. Yes, you guessed it right, we are talking about those yellow-tinted places that truly deserve the attention of every globetrotter and why not? The soothing colour palette of the fall season with trees covering the roads with golden blanket makes it the perfect time to visit these places dipped in yellow hues! Let's go around to get these breathtaking views.

Izamal, Mexico

Back in your childhood, how many times have you painted a yellow house in your drawing class? Well! It’s time to visit those houses in real. Known as the yellow city of Mexico, this small little colonial town of Izamal in Yucatán is painted all yellow. As sunny and vibrant as it looks, you will be thrilled to see that each nook and corner of the city turns out to be a perfect Instagrammable background. And for your explorer soul, Izamal hosts numerous of the cathedral events for you to visit, all painted in yellow of course. Wondering who painted the entire city yellow? Since 1000 BC, Izamal has been a pilgrimage where the locals offer their prayers to the Sun God. So, by choosing to paint their house in yellow tint they showed respect to their deity and that is how the whole city is dipped in yellow. 

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Ginkgo Avenue, Asan City, South Korea

Every autumn, the South Korean town of Asan attracts numerous visitors to experience the incredible shades of yellow. Spread over two kilometres along the Ginkgo river, a canopy of the yellow and golden carpet becomes an iconic site to watch. And if you are a photographer or even the one who loves to get clicked, there can be no better place for you to visit this Fall. You may want to capture the perfect Fall scenery or choose to simply walk through the natural beauty! 

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Dallol, Ethiopia
About 600 km north of Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa lies a district called Dallol which never fails to astonish its visitor with various hues of bright yellow colour. Being home to the earth’s lowest volcano, it boasts a huge range of colours and gives the feeling of Mars surface (literally!). The bubbling acid lakes and its Sulphur crust will give you an unforgettable experience. Visiting Dallol should be on your bucket list, if not already!

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Hoi An, Vietnam
As you’ll walk around this mesmerizing city, the bright yellow and golden painted walls will strike you at first glance. In fact, soon you’ll find yourself posing for a picture for your Instagram feed! It is believed that yellow absorbs heat and being a tropical city, people started painting their houses yellow which gradually turned out to be a beautiful township capturing every traveller’s interest. Not just the town looks aesthetically beautiful, Hoi An is also known for its delicious food offerings. Great food with picture-perfect location, what else do you need for an awesome holiday? 

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So, what's going to be your next travel destination?

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