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Did you know that exploring pink places around the world is the latest travel trend?
And no, I’m not talking about the pink Barbie trend in traveling.
Traveling to pink destinations is part of the dopamine travel trend.
Just like various shades of pink, pink travel places are bound to fill you with feelings of romance, wonder, and happiness. The perfect way to continue the orange travel series. Below you will find a collection of pink places to visit, from buildings to lakes, and from salt flats to pink muhly displays. All handpicked and personally visited by myself and other travel bloggers.
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Pink, often associated with love and tenderness, is the color of sakura in Japan, the flamingo-filled lagoons of the Yucatan Peninsula, and the color of the “Rose City” of Petra in Jordan. Color pink can be found in many breathtaking forms in nature and architecture.
Below are perfect fairy-tale pink travel destinations around the world, dressed in various shades of pink. From fuchsia to coral, baby pink and pastel pink, to bubble-gum and vibrant magenta, to fill your heart with happiness, and love.
Now, find out which pink places in the world will you visit first!
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1. Psychology of pink color and emotions it evokes
Pink is a warm color made as a mix of red and white. On modern versions of color wheels, it is positioned between red and purple. Just like any other color, various pink hues evoke a diverse range of emotions.
Vivid, vibrant pinks, reminiscent of blooming flowers, often bring out feelings of joy, love, and playfulness. These lively shades can evoke a sense of youthful energy and enthusiasm. Think of a field of pink blossoms in spring. They also radiate a positive and warm aura, creating an inviting atmosphere.
On the other hand, softer shades of pink, like pastel, baby pink, and powder pink, tend to evoke feelings of tenderness and tranquility. These hues can create a sense of comfort and relaxation.
Salmon, Fuchsia, Blush, Coral,… pink is associated with femininity and portrayed as a color of love and romance. Now, explore some beautiful pink places on Earth that can make you feel more loved, excited but relaxed and calm at the same time.
2. Pink places around the world on a map
Pink places are predominantly found in nature. Like cherry blossoms in Japan, during the Sakura season, and the Pink Muhly Grass Festival in South Korea. Pink are also Cabo Rojo Las Salinas salt flats in Puerto Rico, Lake Hillier in Australia, and numerous pink beaches in Greece, the Bahamas, and Indonesia.
There are also man-made pink sites, like Atlantis Hotel in Dubai, pink cities like The Pink Palace in Jaipur, and Treasury in Petra or some famous pink churches in Vietnam, Slovenia, Finland, and others.
Find pink places around the world on the map below or search for them on Google Maps.
3. Pink places around the world to visit in Australia
3. 1. Rottnest Island, Western Australia
Name of place: Rottnest Island
Location: Western Australia
Rottnest Island is a place known for its cute quokkas, stunning beaches and relaxed atmosphere, but did you know that this island also has pink salt lakes that you can cycle around during your time there?
Tips for visiting Rottnest Island
The best time to visit Rottnest Island is during the Australian summer, which roughly lasts from November to March. During these months, the weather is warm and sunny with little rain and you can swim without feeling cold.
When visiting one of the most famous pink lakes around the world, definitely pre-book your ferry tickets to Rottnest a week or so in advance during the high season. The best place to depart is in Fremantle and prepare for the boat journey to be slightly bumpy.
What to see & what to do at Rottnest Island
There aren’t a lot of things to do on Rottnest Island, but that’s what makes it even more special. Rottnest Island is a popular day trip from Perth, Western Australia.
Followed by a quick ferry ride, switch off for a while, and cycle around the island, enjoying breathtaking views of some of Western Australia’s best beaches. You’ll love the raw natural beauty of the island and the friendly quokkas, which are little marsupials native to Rottnest.
Where to stay when visiting Rottnest Island
Rottnest is a popular tourist destination, located just offshore from Perth, which is the perfect place to stay before your visit to the quokka island. You can also stay on Rottnest Island overnight at the Samphire Hotel, which has a very central location on the island.
Recommended and visited by Victoria from My Australia trip.
4. Pink places around the world to visit in Africa & Middle East
4. 1. “Rose City” Petra, Jordan
Name of place: The Treasury or Al-Khazneh, Petra
Location: Wadi Musa, Jordan
Petra, often called the Rose City, is one of the most famous pink cities in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Nabateanes carved their city into the rose-red sandstone, and the iconic Treasury, with its intricate façade, is found on many travel bucket lists.
It was also featured in the Indiana Jones movie. Getting to Petra through the Siq, a narrow canyon, is an adventure in itself, and discovering ancient tombs, temples, and amphitheaters among the rose-hued rock formations makes it a must-see destination.
Tips for visiting Petra
The best time to visit Petra is during the cooler months, from October to April, to avoid the intense summer heat. Make sure to have your knees covered, to wear a hat and to carry a lot of water.
To reach Petra, you can fly into Amman or Aqaba. You can rent a car or join one of the Amman to Petra tours, or sign up for Aqaba to Petra tours (can be combined with Wadi Rum).
Visiting UNESCO World Heritage site Petra requires an entry fee. Petra entrance fee is included in Jordan Pass. Make sure to check if Jordan Pass is worth it for you.
Opening hours can vary seasonally, but it is advised to enter Petra early in the morning, to avoid tour crowds.
What to see & what to do at Petra, Jordan
You can see the top attractions in Petra in one day, like the Treasury and the Royal Tombs. Best way to do it is to sign up for a guided tour, which also provides rich history context. If time permits, it is advised to follow two days in Petra itinerary. There you can enter Petra from the back, from The Siq and also attend Petra by Night.
You can also visit free Petra museum just outside the visitor center, and learn more about the Nabateans and the construction of Petra.
Where to stay when visiting Petra in Jordan
For an unforgettable stay in Petra, consider the Petra Moon Luxury Hotel. It is located on a hill just opposite the entrance of Petra Visitor Center, but not as close as Movenpick Resort Petra. It is within walking distance to the main street, so you can enjoy local hospitality, and view over the city and desert in serenity.
Recommended and visited by Anja from Anja On Adventure.
4. 2. Atlantis The Palm, Dubai, UAE
Name of place: Atlantis The Palm, Dubai
Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Prepare to be wowed by the rosy Arabian allure of Atlantis The Palm Hotel in Dubai. This resort is one of the pink places around the world to live in. The iconic peachy pink hotel is set on the Palm Jumeirah, and makes a perfect shot alongside the Arabian Gulf.
Tips for visiting Atlantis The Palm, Dubai
The best time to visit Atlantis The Palm is between October and April when Dubai’s climate is at its most pleasant. Although May and September are bearable, too.
It’s only a 30 minute drive from Dubai International Airport (DXB) and while it’s tough to tear yourself away, all of Dubai’s attractions are a short drive away.
What to see & what to do at Atlantis The Palm in Dubai
Atlantis The Palm is an Instagrammer’s dream inside and out. You don’t have to stay there to go and see it’s pink hue or the giant aquarium inside. However, it’s worth staying there with complimentary access to the world’s largest waterpark Atlantis Aquaventure next door and the half board gives you access to some of Dubai’s best restaurants like Ayamna and Hakkasan.
For the adventure seekers, the resort offers water sports like jet skiing and paddleboarding right off its private beach.
Where to stay when visiting Atlantis The Palm, Dubai, UAE
Book the Ocean King Suite with a balcony or if budget is not an issue. The Underwater Suite has a floor-to-ceiling aquarium view! Whether you’re a family, planning a honeymoon or any other kind of traveler, The Atlantis the Palm is a pink paradise!
Recommended and visited by Kaz from The Honeymoon Guide.
4. 3. Maharloo Salt Lake – Pink Lake, Iran
Name of place: Maharloo Salt Lake – Pink Lake
Location: Shiraz, Iran
Iran is not something that’s at the forefront of people’s mind for an (adventurous) trip, but did you know it has its very own, not very commonly known pink lake?
Maharloo Salt lake, just outside of Shiraz, colors pink during the hottest months of the year due to the high evaporation and salt concentrates and red tide that’s inside the lake. This leaves a mostly shallow lake that shines pink in the desert sunshine and provides you with perfect Instagram shots! Even better: if you’re a bird watcher, migrating flamingos flock to the lake around April-May.
Tips for visiting the Pink Lake, Shiraz, Iran
The best time to visit Shiraz’ pink lake is during summer, between May and September when the water level falls, exposing the pink colors brightly. That is not to say you won’t see pink outside those months, but your chances are lower.
There is no entry fee, the only thing it will cost you is a car ride to the lake. The some 30 km (18.6 mi) taxi ride from Shiraz will take you about a half hour. Have the driver wait for you and roam around freely. All drivers will be happy to take your photo if you are traveling alone!
What to see & what to do at Pink Lake, Shiraz, Iran
If you visit Maharloo Pink lake, you might as well visit the town of Maharloo! It is home to almond, fig orchards and beautiful views.
Where to stay when visiting the Pink Lake, Shiraz, Iran
Maharloo village does have an Ecolodge to stay at should you want to stay by the lake, but the best recommendation is to stay in Shiraz. There is so much to do and see in this vibrant city, you could easily spend 4 days here, and a half day trip to the pink lake is perfect.
Darb-e Shazdeh Boutique Hotel was our preference due to its perfect location in the city. You get to choose between modern or Persian rooms, they have an excellent breakfast and very helpful staff.
Recommended and visited by Jeltje from Traveler’s Itch.
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4. 4. Marrakech, Morocco
Name of place: Marrakech
You’ll find a vibrant and enchanting city in the ochre walls of Marrakech’s historic medina. This city is often called the Rose City or Red City because of its deep red buildings and is steeped in history and culture.
Tips for visiting Marrakech, Morocco
For the most comfortable weather, plan your trip during the spring (March to May) or autumn (September to November). During these seasons, you’ll avoid the scorching summer heat and chilly winter evenings. However, the allure of Marrakech remains all year round, and even the winter months are good for exploring with fewer crowds.
Marrakech is accessible via the Marrakech Menara Airport (RAK), located just a short drive from the city center. From the airport, you can easily reach your accommodation by taking a taxi or arranging for a transfer.
Once you are in Marrakech walking is the best way to explore the medina’s nooks and crannies, but be prepared for the winding alleys and vibrant crowds that it is easy to get lost within. If you are unsure about exploring alone then a tour will take you to the best locations.
What to see & what to do in Marrakech, Morocco
Marrakech is a bustling blend of tradition and modernity. The medina’s labyrinthine alleys lead you through a treasure trove of souks, where vibrant textiles, fragrant spices, and intricate handicrafts can be found.
The iconic Jemaa el-Fnaa square comes alive by night, when it pulses with energy, a convergence of snake charmers, storytellers, and mouthwatering street food vendors. Enjoy mint tea or a spicy tagine while watching the world go by from one of the small cafes.
For a calmer experience visit the Majorelle Garden designed by French painter Jacques Majorelle. The garden features cobalt-blue buildings, exotic plants, and the Islamic Art Museum of Marrakech.
Where to stay when visiting Marrakech, Morocco
Staying with the Medina is the best way to make the most of your time in the city and Riad Spice provides the perfect base.
Recommended and visited by Suzanne from Meandering Wild.
5. Pink places around the world to visit in Europe
5. 1. Notting Hill’s Pink Houses, UK
Name of place: Notting Hill’s Pink Houses
Location: Notting Hill, London, United Kingdom
Notting Hill’s colorful houses are a whimsical array of pastel-hued facades, an iconic symbol of the neighborhood’s bohemian charm. These Instagram-worthy houses create a dreamy, fairy-tale ambiance that captures the essence of Notting Hill’s spirit, which is why they are often chosen for movie sets.
Scattered throughout the neighborhood, including streets like Denbigh Terrace, Lancaster Road, Westbourne Park Road, Elgin Crescent, and the famous Portobello Road, the pink houses, like the iconic pink St. Luke’s Mews from “Love Actually” (one of the best Christmas movies set in London) add to the colorful character of Notting Hill.
Tips for visiting Notting Hill, London
Late spring is prime time for visiting this pink place in London, offering the best weather and a burst of blooming flowers. The area is free to visit (but as most of these are residential houses, please be respectful of the residents when taking pictures) and daylight hours are ideal.
The best way to explore to fully appreciate the beauty of the houses is on foot on a self-guided Nothing Hill Walking tour, guiding you to famous filming locations.
What to see & what to do at Notting Hill, London, UK
Stroll through the charming streets, capturing the perfect Instagram shot on Celebrities Walk and Film locations. Visit Portobello Road Market for unique finds, and consider a guided walking tour to uncover the neighborhood’s history.
Indulge your senses at the Electric Cinema, a historic venue where cinematic experiences are elevated to an art form. Finish your day at one of the many trendy restaurants and cocktail bars in Notting Hill. And if you’re visiting in August, don’t miss the Notting Hill Carnival, a celebration of diversity and music, with lively street parades.
Where to stay when visiting Notting Hill
The Portobello Hotel, nestled just a short walk from the various pink houses scattered through Notting Hill, offers a luxurious and stylish retreat. Set in a classic Georgian building, this boutique hotel exudes charm and is the perfect base for exploring Notting Hill and its surroundings.
Recommended and visited by London local GG from GoyaGaleotta.
5. 2. Rue Crémieux, Paris, France
Name of place: Rue Crémieux
Location: Paris, France
Rue Crémieux in Paris is a charming and vibrant neighborhood that stands out for its pastel-painted houses. This pedestrian street is known as the “Most Colorful Street in Paris.”
Every house on this pink street has its unique pastel color, creating a picturesque and Instagram-worthy setting that will leave you in awe. It’s a hidden gem from the typical Parisian hustle and the traditional Haussmann-style buildings.
Tips for visiting Rue Crémieux, Paris
The best time to visit Rue Crémieux is during the spring and summer months when the weather is pleasant, and the flowers are in full bloom. Due to its recent popularity among Instagram influencers, the street can get crowded, so it’s advisable to visit in the morning.
Remember to respect the place and the people who live in this residential street. Avoid making loud noises and follow any house signs prohibiting photography.
What to see & what to do at Rue Crémieux, France
Take a morning stroll as you admire the unique houses adorned in pastel shades. Afterward, treat yourself to a delicious organic and homemade meal at Le Crémieux.
Finish your day by exploring other Paris Hidden Gems and highlights with a local guide.
Where to stay when visiting Rue Crémieux, Paris, France
For a delightful stay near Rue Crémieux, consider booking a room at the Hotel Pullman Paris Centre-Bercy. This modern and comfortable hotel is conveniently located nearby, making it the perfect base for exploring Rue Crémieux and other attractions in Paris.
Recommended and visited by Gladis from Happiness on the Way.
5. 3. La Maison Rose, Paris, France
Name of place: La Maison Rose
Location: Montmartre, Paris, France
In the quaintest neighborhood in Paris, on the prettiest cobbled street, you’ll find one of the cutest cafes in Paris. And of course, it’s pink!
La Maison Rose is picture-perfect: with its pale pink exterior, mint-green shutters, and outdoor tables, it’s a lovely spot in Montmartre. And not only is it gorgeous, but it was historically the hang-out of bohemian artists. In the early 1900s it was owned by an artist friends with Dali and Picasso in the 1960s, it is said to have served writers and singers such as Albert Camus and Dalida.
Tips for visiting La Maison Rose
With all this cuteness, of course, La Maison Rose is popular. This is not a ‘secret spot’ in Paris; this gem is not hidden! There can often be groups of tourists outside La Maison Rose, even when it isn’t open, so get there early and/or go in the winter if you want to photograph it without people around.
To secure one of its tables for lunch or brunch, it’s best to reserve online, which you can do from their website.
What to see & what to do at La Maison Rose in Paris
La Maison Rose is a café, so the thing to do is eat and/or drink. But do combine a visit with a stroll around village like Montmartre, which is one of the most romantic things to do in Paris.
After your visit to La Maison Rose, make sure you walk down rue de l’Abreuvoir until you get to Place Dalida, and then look back up to appreciate the view of this curved cobbled street and the towers of Sacre-Coeur behind it.
Where to stay when visiting La Maison Rose, France
A very comfortable and stylish hotel in Montmartre is Terrass” Hotel, which has a rooftop restaurant and bar with views across Paris.
Recommended and visited by Martha from MayCauseWanderlust.
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5. 4. Franciscan church, Slovenia
Name of place: Franciscan church of the Annunciation
Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
The Franciscan Church in Ljubljana is famously known as the Pink Church due to its striking pink façade. This iconic religious structure is a part of the Franciscan monastery behind the church and it stands in the heart of Ljubljana. Beautiful pink church is recognized as a cultural monument of national significance of Slovenia.
Tips for visiting Franciscan church & Ljubljana
The Franciscan Church of the Annunciation is centrally located near the Triple Bridge and Prešeren Square, making it easily accessible on foot.
While visiting the church is often free, it’s considerate to make a small donation. Opening times can vary, so checking in advance is recommended. You can also join Catholic mass at different times of the day in popular foreign languages.
Church can be visited year-round, but the best time to explore Ljubljana and other city’s sights is during the spring or early autumn when the weather is pleasant, and there are fewer crowds.
What to see & what to do at Franciscan church & Ljubljana, Slovenia
Most visitors only capture the pink beauty of the church for a photo collection. But the central location is a perfect starting point for your Ljubljana itinerary.
Ljubljana is a small, pedestrian-friendly city, and you can visit all the main attractions in one day. From Prešeren Square, wandering along the Triple Bridge, enjoying the vibrant cafe culture and boutique shops in the Old Town to visiting the Ljubljana castle.
Guided food and wine tours of Ljubljana provide a deeper understanding of the city’s history, and taste delicious, since you get to try local dishes and autochthonous wines.
Where to stay when visiting Franciscan church & Ljubljana, Slovenia
When visiting Ljubljana, consider staying at the Cubo Hotel for a luxurious and centrally located stay. Another excellent choice for its historic charm is the Grand Hotel Union. It is located behind the salmon-pink Franciscan church and only a few steps away from the main Prešeren square.
Recommended and visited by Anja from Anja On Adventure.
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5. 5. Pink street, Lisbon, Portugal
Name of place: Pink street
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Pink Street is just what it sounds like – a street painted pink! This street is filled with bars and is a thriving nightlife spot.
Its formal name is Rua Nova do Carvalho but it’s now known as “Rua Cor de Rosa”, which translates to “Pink Street” from Portuguese. The street was painted in 2013.
It exists in the former red light district of Lisbon, and it’s said that the street was painted pink to draw in more guests to bars, elevating the area. Since the street was painted, the area has become more hip and has drawn many more partygoers.
Tips for visiting Pink street, Lisbon
See Pink Street during the day if you want to see the pink paint on the street! It’s tough to see at night, especially when very crowded. This area does get exceptionally crowded on weekend nights.
What to see & what to do at Pink street, Lisbon
Get your photo during the day. At night, hit any of the bars along the strip. The Music Box is one of the premier dance clubs.
Where to stay when visiting Pink street, Lisbon, Portugal
BeHotelLisboa is a centrally-located, moderately priced hotel in Lisbon. The rooms are nice, with chic modern furnishings. The service is fantastic and the staff offers delicious pastries and fruit in the lobby.
Recommended and visited by Eleanor from Elevate Your Escapes.
5. 6. Bil Bil Castle, Spain
Name of place: Bil Bil Castle
Location: Benalmádena, Spain
Bil Bil Castle was built in 1927 as part of a grand vision to create a country villa for an affluent family. This stunning pink castle is now one of Benalmádena’s top spots and one of top attractions in Southern Spain.
While it serves as one of the town’s main cultural centers (and prime Instagram spot), what makes it a must-visit is its sheer architectural grandeur. Even if art isn’t your primary interest, the castle’s Arab-inspired design and rosy façade are enough to leave you in awe.
Tips for visiting Bil Bil Castle, Spain
The best time to experience the charm of Castillo de Bil Bil is during the summer months, from late June to early September, when the warm Mediterranean sun makes the castle look even more pink.
Located just beside the picturesque Playa de Bil Bil, getting to Castillo is a breeze. The nearest airport is Malaga Airport (AGP), and from there, it’s a short 45-minute bus ride to Benalmádena.
What to see & what to do at Bil Bil Castle in Benalmádena, Spain
As you take a stroll along Benalmádena’s seaside, you can’t miss the castle — it stands out and offers fantastic views of the coast. If you happen to be in town at the right time, you might even catch a live concert or visit an art exhibition there.
But Benalmádena offers more than just the Castillo de Bil Bil, so if you want to explore more of the city than its pink castle, sign up for Nerja Caves Tour and admire the huge stalactites and stalagmites.
Where to stay when visiting Bil Bil Castle, Spain
When visiting Benalmádena, consider staying at the Hotel Benalma Costa del Sol. It is one of the city’s many beautiful hotels with ocean views.
Recommended and visited by Iphi from Travel Choreography.
5. 7. Keukenhof Gardens, The Netherlands
Name of place: Keukenhof Gardens
Location: Lisse, The Netherlands
Keukenhof Gardens is one of the world’s largest flower gardens located in Lisse, the Netherlands. You can see thousands of flowers in different colors and smells, perfect destination for dopamine travel. lf you like flowers, Keukenhof is a must-visit in spring where there are endless fields of pink tulips!
The Netherlands has been the largest producer and exporter of tulips in the world since the 17th century when they started to import tulip bulbs from the Ottoman Empire. At that time, you could pay a fortune for a tulip bulb!
Tips for visiting Keukenhof Gardens, The Netherlands
The gardens are open every year from mid-March to mid-May, but the best time to visit is mid-April as the flowers are in full bloom.
There is an entrance fee at the Kukenhof Gardens and it opens daily from 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., but please check in advance for any changes.
To arrive at the Keukenhof Gardens you can get the train from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. From there, you can reach Keukenhof by taking a direct bus or taxi. If you don’t feel like traveling by yourself, there are plenty of tours from Amsterdam to bring you to Keukenhof.
Arrive in the early morning when there are not so many people, plan your visit during weekdays and be prepared for weather variations. Additionally, buy the tickets online to avoid queues, have a bank card to use, and comfortable shoes.
What to see & what to do at Keukenhof Gardens, The Netherlands
Keukenhof covers an area of over 32 hectares, so you’ll enjoy the mesmerizing flower displays and the gardens.
There is also a windmill you can climb to see the views of the fields from the top, a boat ride along the canal, and live music and performances. Furthermore, there are also cafes and restaurants where you can grab a bite.
To see more of the Dutch countryside and its tulips, renting a bike is highly recommended!
Where to stay when visiting Keukenhof Gardens, The Netherlands
For your stay, consider Hotel de Duif. It’s located in Lisse, a short walk from Keukenhof, and offers rooms with a view of the gardens. Booking in advance is recommended, especially during the peak season.
Recommended and visited by Simina from Travel with Simina.
6. Pink places around the world to visit in North America
6. 1. Pink House In Westchester, New York, USA
Name of place: Pink House In Westchester
Location: Irvington, New York, USA
If you are looking for pink places around the world to live in, then the Pink House in Westchester should definitely catch your eye. The iconic octagonal house is painted bright pink and that is where it gets its famous nickname. The other names it goes by are ‘The Armour-Stiner house’ and ‘the Octagonal house’.
Tips for visiting Pink House In Westchester, NY
Now this place is one of the popular things to do in Sleepy Hollow even though it is a bit out of the city! The house in itself is pretty cool. It was built way back in the 1860s by Paul Armour and has been fully restored so much so that it’s like a walk back in time. It has some pretty cool themed rooms too!
While the Pink house is a museum, it is also a residence that is being used. Keep that in mind when booking a tour.
What to see & what to do at Pink House In Westchester NY
Book a tour of The Armour-Stiner Octagon House in advance, especially during Halloween time. That’s when it gets really busy.
The tour itself provides a lot of information and you get to see one of the coolest rooms in the building namely the Egyptian room. The guided tours also have cool themes depending on which season you head out in. So you never truly get bored of them even if you have visited before.
Where to stay when visiting Pink House In Westchester, New York
If you head here and want to stay overnight, one of the best options to spend the night is the Courtyard by Marriott Tarrytown. It is located close by and gives you a chance to explore Tarrytown too. Plus it’s just 4 km (2.5 mi) from the train station.
Recommended and visited by Penny from travelnewyorknow.
6. 2. Valley of Fire, Nevada, USA
Name of place: Pink Canyon, Valley of Fire
Location: Nevada, USA
Located 45 minutes northeast of Las Vegas, the Valley of Fire State Park is known for its vibrant rock formations, ranging from soft coral to flaming red. But if it’s pink you’re after, there’s an aptly-named rock formation here called the Pink Canyon. This slot canyon has smooth, scalloped walls that are cotton candy pink – it seriously looks otherworldly!
Tips for visiting Valley of Fire, Nevada
Valley of Fire is absolutely worth including on any Las Vegas itinerary, due to its incredible natural beauty — which is a welcome juxtaposition from the manufactured chaos of the Vegas Strip!
Just be sure to time your visit when the park is cool enough (i.e., October through May), as its trails close during extreme heat to protect both the campers and the park staff. Hikers have unfortunately died in the park, due to the extreme heat.
What to see & what to do at Valley of Fire, Nevada
The Pink Canyon is an unmarked formation in the park, so there’s a few ways to get there.
For example, you can park in the lot for the iconic Fire Wave Trail and walk 1.1 km (0.7 mi) down Mouse’s Tank Road to the mouth of the canyon on the left side of the road.
Alternatively, you can hike along the Fire Wave Trail, where you’ll catch a glimpse of the park’s most iconic orange and white striped rock formation, and continue hiking 0.5 km (0.3 mi) down a rocky wash to the pink-looking canyon.
Regardless of how you get there, this section of the park is a bit of a hidden gem so there’s a good chance you’ll have it all to yourself!
Where to stay when visiting Valley of Fire, Nevada, USA
If you want to explore the park more deeply, there’s a campground here or, alternatively, you can stay in any of the incredible Vegas resorts, like the Bellagio or stay in hotels off the Strip, and simply treat the Valley of Fire as a day trip from the city.
Recommended and visited by Jess from Uprootedtraveler.
6. 3. Don CeSar Resort, Florida, USA
Name of place: Don CeSar Resort
Location: St. Petersburg, Florida, USA
Located on the Gulf Coast of Florida is a special place known as The Pink Palace. This historic building was once a playground for the rich and famous, a part of the VA Hospital system during WWII, and now a luxurious place to come for the day or for a long weekend.
Tips for visiting Don CeSar Resort, Florida
Parking is offered on a surface lot adjacent to the resort. The street parking surrounding the lot is for vehicles with boat trailers, only. You’ll want to make reservations for dinner, as they do fill up!
What to see & what to do at Don CeSar Resort, Florida
This beachside resort offers opulent amenities from the full-service Spa Oceana, fine dining at the Maritana, casual eateries, an ice cream parlor, beachside cabanas, and views of the most spectacular sunsets. Enjoy lunch and a poolside drink at the Beacon Pool Bar, or end your day at the beach with a nightcap at the Lobby Bar.
Aside from this beautiful historic building, the gorgeous sugar sand beaches are a top attraction. Park nearby and walk on the beach to the Don CeSar for a drink or ice cream! Don’t miss the sunset.
If you feel adventurous and would like to get a new perspective, book a very affordable private helicopter tour and get a birds eye view of St. Petersburg, Florida coastline, Don CeSar Resort and Treasure island.
Where to stay when visiting Don CeSar Resort, Florida, USA
If the Don CeSar is a bit pricey for your budget, the beaches are lined with a multitude of resorts and hotels for every budget, like Hilton Garden Inn or Bayview Plaza Waterfront Resort.
Recommended and visited by Stephanie from FleurtyGirlTravels.
7. Pink places around the world to visit in Central America and the Caribbean
7. 1. Pink Beach, Bermuda
Name of place: Pink beach
Bermuda is a beautiful island to visit and is known for its incredible Bermuda pink beaches. If you’re looking for a fun new pink destination to add to your bucket list, you’ll love this remote and beautiful place.
Tips for visiting Bermuda
Bermuda can be expensive, but with a few budget tips and tricks, you can still come here on a reasonable budget. The island has an international airport, but many tourists arrive by cruise ship and only stay for a day or two.
The best time to visit Bermuda is in summer when it’s hot and sunny. Winters can also be nice, but they may be too cool for swimming. If you are short on time, join Bermuda island tour or have fun on Bermuda rum cruise.
What to see & what to do in Bermuda
You can get a feel for Bermuda in a few days, but the famous pink sand beaches in Bermuda make spending a week or more here worth it. The unusual color comes from tiny pieces of red corals that are infused in the sand.
But the beaches aren’t the only thing that’s pink in Bermuda. The island is known for its pastel-coloured houses, many of which are beautiful shades of pink.
In addition to spending time at the beach, you can also go hiking in Bermuda along the historic Railway Trail. Along the way you can stop by the famous Crystal and Fantasy Caves, which are fantastic for taking pictures.
Where to stay when visiting Bermuda
To make your trip to Bermuda even more pink, stay at the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club A Fairmont Managed Hotel, which is not only pink hotel but also one of the best hotels on the island.
Recommended and visited by Victoria from Guide Your Travel.
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7. 2. Las coloradas, Mexico
Name of place: Las Coloradas
Location: Yucatan, Mexico
The pink lakes in Mexico are definitely a must-visit during your visit to Mexico and should be on every pink lover’s itinerary. Once there, you get to see various shades of pink water starting from orange to bright pink.
Tips for visiting Las Coloradas, Mexico
The best time to visit is between December and January, and the ideal time is between 12 PM to 5 PM. It is also best to go when you have a clear sky since on cloudy days, the lakes are not as gorgeous pink.
You can get there by driving or taking a tour bus from nearby popular towns like Merida, Valladolid, or even Cancun. If you are driving, then the best suggestion would be to stop in the nearby town of Rio Lagartos which is around 30 min away. Also, the thing to note is that the entire duration of the tour can last up to 15 hours if you are coming from Cancun.
If you are going on a tour, you don’t have to pay a visitor fee. The visitor center is open from 9 AM to 5 PM on a daily basis.
What to see & what to do at Las Coloradas, Mexico
You can do a boat tour around the Rio Lagartos Natural Reserve to see flamingos which are also pink since they feed on the plankton growing in these pink lagoons. On the tour, you can also see the crocodiles in the mangroves and various other bird species, and take a mud bath.
Where to stay when visiting Las Coloradas, Mexico
You can either stay at the Rio Lagartos town, in Hotel La Placita or you can choose the Pina Coloradas Ecolodge in Las Coloradas itself.
Recommended and visited by Soumya from Travel Books Food.
7. 3. Salt Flats in Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico
Name of place: Salt Flats in Cabo Rojo, Las Salinas
Location: Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico
Las Salinas in Cabo Rojo is one of the most unique places that are pink and a great addition to any Puerto Rico itinerary. These salt flats are pink from algae in the water. The more the algae is present, the pinkier the water is. The salt flats are also part of a wildlife refuge in Puerto Rico, which sees thousands of migratory birds each year.
Tips for visiting Cabo Rojo pink salt lakes Puerto Rico
If you plan on taking pictures with the salt flats, the best time to visit is during mid-day when the sun is at the highest point in the sky. The sun helps show more of the pink color. Heavy rains could also make the pools look less pink.
What to see & what to do at Salt Flats in Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico
You can visit Cabo Rojo salt flats as a day trip from Old San Juan.
After walking through the salt flats in Cabo Rojo, make your way to the Cabo Rojo lighthouse called Faro Los Morrillos. It was built in 1882 and has stunning views of the ocean. After, visit one of the many beaches around Cabo Rojo, or even head North to Steps Beach in Rincon.
Where to stay when visiting Salt Flats in Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico
One of the most popular areas to stay in Puerto Rico is San Juan, where you can stay at Fortaleza Suites Old San Juan. If you wish to spend some additional time on Puerto Rico’s west coast, stay in the Rincon Plaza Hotel, in the Rincon area, which has a more beachy vibe.
Recommended and visited by Sam from Find Love and Travel.
7. 4. Willemstad, Curaçao
Name of place: Willemstad
The Caribbean is full of brightly colored buildings but one of the best places to see pink pastels is Curacao island. The capital city, Willemstad, is where you’ll find colonial Dutch buildings of every color. It’s a picturesque town on the coast and there are several pink facades you can find around town.
Tips for visiting Willemstad, Curaçao
Willemstad is about 20 minutes from the airport and the best way to get there is by renting a car but the city is very walkable. And you’ll want to explore by foot to walk along the buildings and the waterfront.
The best time to visit is from December to April where you’ll get warm, sunny weather to enjoy Curaçao’s incredible beaches.
What to see & what to do at Willemstad, Curaçao
There’s a popular pink building right at the Willemstad waterfront that you can walk along or see from the Queen Emma Bridge.
Another popular pink building is right next to the Scuba Lodge Hotel. The pink stairs are a perfect photo spot among the white iron gates and white shutters. Walk a little closer to town along that same street and you’ll come across some more cute pink houses.
You can see even more colorful houses and learn about the Willemstad history on a Walking tour.
Other popular places to see on the island are Playa Kenepa beach for its turquoise cove, the ruins of Fort Beekenburg and Shete Boka National Park. If you are up for a day trip, you can also go on a Klein Curacao Boat Tour to Klein Curaçao, that includes breakfast, lunch, possible turtle spotting and snorkeling.
Where to stay when visiting Willemstad, Curaçao
Willemstad is a great area to stay in. You can stay around the city center, like in Elements Hotel & Shops Curaçao to explore the city easily and use your rental car to see the rest of the island or book your stay in one of the beach resorts, like Blue Bay Golf & Beach Resort, and have the best of both worlds.
Recommended and visited by Ashley from Jetset Jansen.
7. 5. Oranjestad, Aruba
Name of place: Oranjestad
Oranjestad in Aruba is one of the best destinations for people in search of pink vibes. Many of the Dutch colonial houses are colored in soft pink or even bright pink colors. Not only can you see pink flamingos strolling along the beach just outside the city, but the cute houses will make you feel like you are in a fairy tale. It is definitely the most Instagrammable place on the island of Aruba.
Tips for visiting Oranjestad, Aruba
If you can, stroll the streets in the morning or the evening since it can get pretty hot during the day. Also, the soft light is better for taking pictures.
In the evening hours, the city will come to life, with bars and restaurants opening so it is a great place to spend some time.
What to see & what to do at Oranjestad, Aruba
You can find the pink houses at the Royal Plaza Mall, or at the Tilted Shop.
If you just want to check out the colorful houses, you don’t need to pay an entrance fee. You can just leave your rental car at the designated parking spots and explore the city.
If you don’t have a rental car, you can explore the island of Aruba on a full-day tour. For viewing flamingos, you will need to buy a day pass to Renaissance Island (or spend a night there).
Where to stay when visiting Oranjestad, Aruba
The best hotel in the area is the Renaissance Wind Creek Aruba Resort. If you stay there, you can also visit the flamingos on Renaissance Island for free. It is only a few steps away from the colorful houses.
Recommended and visited by Sabrina from Shades of Summr.
8. Pink places around the world to visit in South America
8. 1. Maras salt mines, Peru
Name of place: Maras salt mines
Location: Maras, Peru
Not so far away from Machu Picchu, the Maras salt mines are one of the top attractions of the Sacred Valley in Peru. The mines are a set of pink salt pans lying on the top of a slope, giving the whole area a pinkish hue mixed with the colors of the sky that reflect on the mirror-like pans. Salt has been collected from this area for hundreds of years, even before the times of the Incas.
Tips for visiting Maras salt mines, Peru
The mines are open every day of the year, but the best time to visit is between April and October, during the dry season in Peru. The ideal way to get there is to take a tour from Cusco, which will usually also take you to the enigmatic nearby Moray Inca ruins.
What to see & what to do at Maras salt mines, Peru
A visit to the Maras salt mines takes around an hour if you take a tour, during which you will walk around the mountains, admiring the salt pans. For a more adventurous experience, consider ATV tours from Cusco to Maras. Also, don’t forget to visit the salt shop, where you can find pink salt blended with various spices.
Where to stay when visiting Maras salt mines, Peru
Travelers usually visit Maras on a day trip from Cusco, where there are lots of accommodation options. Alternatively, if you want to explore the Sacred Valley area, you can stay at a hotel in Urubamba, a nearby town.
Recommended and visited by Sharon from I Travel Peru.
8. 2. Pink Sea, Colombia
Name of place: Pink Sea
The Pink Sea in Colombia, also known as the “Salar De Galerazamba” or Galerazamba Salt Mines, is a surreal, must-visit gem. This incredible phenomenon of nature, which owes its rosy hue to a unique mix of algae and bacteria thriving in the saline-rich waters, is not just a visual spectacle but also a testament to the region’s rich history of salt mining.
Tips for visiting Pink Sea, Colombia
This striking pink coloration is most vibrant between August to September or December to February, making it the best time to visit and experience this naturally pink wonder.
What to see & what to do at Pink Sea, Colombia
This place is easily accessible from Cartagena or Santa Marta by renting a car for the 2.5-hour drive to the lake. For a seamless experience, opt for guided tours that often include transportation and commentary with local insights during the ride.
The Pink Lake is generally open daily, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., with a nominal entrance fee that goes into maintaining this natural marvel.
Where to stay when visiting Pink Sea, Colombia
For an optimal stay, consider lodging in the vibrant city of Cartagena, which is close to the Pink Sea.
The Walled City of Cartagena offers a range of accommodations to suit various budgets and tastes, from Casa Virrey Eslava to El Barrio Hostal, and serves as an excellent base for exploring the surrounding region’s beauty, including the mesmerizing Pink Sea.
Recommended and visited by Giorgy from G-Extreme Travel.
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9. Pink places around the world to visit in Asia
9. 1. Tan Dinh Church, Vietnam
Name of place: Tan Dinh Church
Location: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Tan Dinh Church is a famous Roman Catholic church in District 3 of Ho Chi Minh City (often referred to as Saigon), Vietnam. This is one of the oldest churches in the city, and the vibrant pink exterior makes it a popular attraction for both tourists and locals.
Tips for visiting Tan Dinh Church, Vietnam
While the church is accessible daily, it is closed from noon until early afternoon.
What to see & what to do at Tan Dinh Church, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
For many generations, Tan Dinh Church has served as a place of worship and a hub for community gatherings for Saigon residents. Additionally, due to its unique color, it is one of the top pink places around the world to travel to in the city.
The church was built during the French colonial period, with construction beginning in 1870. It opened its doors in 1876, and over the following decades, further extensions were added. Its architecture blends Gothic and Renaissance styles, showcasing tall pillars, intricate patterns, and beautiful stained glass windows.
To see the pink church book a private Ho Chi Minh City tour, where you have the flexibility to adjust your Saigon itinerary.
Where to stay when visiting Tan Dinh Church, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
District 3, where Tan Dinh church is located, is one of the best places to stay in Ho Chi Minh City for travelers. For a touch of luxury, check out Hotel Des Arts Saigon, which is known for excellent service and a beautiful blend of French colonial interior designs. For an affordable option, Citadines Regency Saigon is a solid choice.
Recommended and visited by Sophie from Delightful Travel Notes.
9. 2. Sakura, Tokyo, Japan
Name of place: Sakura or Cherry Blossom
Location: Tokyo, Japan
With cutting-edge technology one of the things it is known for, Tokyo is one of the largest cities in the world. The blend of modern robots and bullet trains to ancient temples and traditions upheld to this day makes it an intriguing destination.
But its natural beauty draws attention from around the globe during the annual cherry blossom or sakura season, making visiting Japan in spring the most popular time on the calendar.
Tips for viewing Sakura in Tokyo
Central Tokyo is easily accessible from Haneda International Airport, just 20 min by train. In the form of fluffy pink clouds, the pastel hues of Tokyo’s cherry trees burst into life every year around early April, transforming the urban landscape with a wash of pink.
Due to the significance of Sakura, hotels often get booked out 6 – 12 months in advance. Book yours early to avoid disappointment. To beat the rush, it’s possible to see early-blooming varieties in Ueno Park in early March.
What to see & what to do at Sakura time in Tokyo
Enjoy “hanami” or flower viewing by following the blossoms around the city, with popular spots to visit including Shinjuku Gyoen, Meguro River and Chidorifaguchi Moat. Take a breather from the crowds by heading to lesser-known spots and open places such as Inokashira Park and Sumida Park.
Afterwards, indulge in some local cuisine, try the best Tokyo ramen, see Tokyo from a Go Kart, visit one of Tokyo’s dozens of museums, shopping areas, temples and shrines or watch the sunset from the towering Shibuya Sky or Tokyo Skytree.
Where to stay when viewing Sakura in Tokyo
Shinjuku with its bustling nightlife is popular with first-time visitors to Tokyo, however the area in between Shibuya and Harajuku is more relaxed. Dormy Inn Premium Hotel Shibuya is in an ideal location just moment’s walk from two main train stations and attractions, making it a firm favorite for returning visitors.
Recommended and visited by Alyse from The Invisible Tourist.
9. 3. Pink Beach, Indonesia
Name of place: Pink Beach
Location: Komodo Island, Indonesia
The Pink Beach on Komodo Island is located in a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the most beautiful beaches you will ever see, with crystal clear blue water and soft pink sand. This is one of top 10 pink places around the world to travel to.
With less than a dozen Pink Beaches in the world, pink sand is very rare and it becomes this color when red microorganisms from the coral reef wash up onto the beach. This beach is one of the most Instagrammable places in Indonesia so it’s perfect for content creation!
Tips for visiting Pink Beach, Komodo, Indonesia
The ideal time to visit is between the months of April to August. The weather is dry and sunny and the sea has great visibility for snorkeling.
Labuan Bajo is the step-off point to seeing the Pink Beach and Labuan Bajo airport has direct flights from Bali and Jakarta so it’s easily accessible for you to visit during your vacation.
What to see & what to do at Pink Beach, Komodo, Indonesia
You can only get to the Komodo pink beach by boat and the most exciting way is on a day trip from Labuan Bajo where you can also see the famous Komodo Dragons. There are National Park Fees that you’ll pay to your boat driver and they will also have all your snorkeling equipment so don’t forget to pack your swimwear!
Snorkeling is a must do experience here as it has one of the healthiest coral reefs where you can see a diverse range of marine life including turtles, clownfish and angelfish.
You’ll discover a stunning view by climbing the small green hill at the beach’s western tip and capturing beautiful photos is a must! It’s a once in a lifetime experience to be on a beach with pink sand!
Where to stay when visiting Komodo Pink Beach in Indonesia
When visiting the Pink Beach, the best place to stay is in Labuan Bajo on the island of Flores. All the tour boats leave from here and there is a wide range of accommodation and restaurants to choose from like the 5 Star waterfront Meruorah Komodo Labuan Bajo hotel to the Seaesta Komodo Backpackers Hostel.
Recommended and visited by Kaitlyn from Carry On Only.
9. 4. Jaipur, India
Name of place: The Hawa Mahal, Jaipur
Location: Jaipur, India
You are bound to fall in love at first sight with Jaipur, also known as India’s Pink City. It is a magical melting pot of colorful buildings, ancient cultures, and delightful cuisine and one of the top 10 pink places around the world to travel to list.
Highlights include the Hawa Mahal, built in 1799 using stunning red and pink sandstone. Its unique hues were pink-washed with calcium oxide paint in 1876 to coincide with the visit of Queen Victoria’s husband, Prince Albert.
Tips for visiting The Hawa Mahal, Jaipur, India
Jaipur is one of India’s easiest cities to navigate having been designed as a ‘grid’. It is ideal for exploring locally on foot, but you may wish to sit back in the shade of one of the many rickshaws if you want to travel between districts.
The best time to visit is early summer, with temperatures averaging around 25 °C (77 °F) in March. If you like it hot, visit the Pink City in June, when the temperature can go up to 40 °C (104 °F)!
What to see & what to do at The Hawa Mahal, Jaipur, India
You can easily spend several hours exploring the many rooms of Hawa Mahal, set over 5 floors, admiring the intricately carved lattice windows whilst watching the hustle and bustle of city life below. This is exactly how the women of the Royal Household spent their days, taking advantage of the cooling breeze.
In Jaipur, there are literally hundreds of awesome, authentic Indian restaurants across the city and a smorgasbord of delicious, budget-friendly street food. Try visiting the Johari Bazaar, an authentic Indian Market and shoppers’ paradise!
Where to stay when visiting The Hawa Mahal, Jaipur, India
The Holiday Inn Jaipur may not be a traditional Indian brand but it is an excellent compromise for those looking for a well-priced hotel with a central location. It has excellent food and plenty of nearby transport links, with both a railway and a bus station within an easy 10min walk. There is a direct bus from the Airport to the City Centre.
Recommended and visited by Tom and Katie from Trekking The Dream.
9. 5. Pink Muhly, South Korea
Name of place: Pink Muhly
Location: South Korea
When most people think of Autumn, they will often think of Orange, Yellow, and Brown foliage. However, what makes South Korea that much more amazing during the autumn months is the Pink Muhly. These are some beautiful plants that fill the area with pink colors and landscapes that are totally worth visiting.
So, if you’re planning a trip to South Korea in Autumn, make sure to add these pink-hued wonders to your itinerary. Trust me, it’s a spectacle you don’t want to miss.”
Tips for visiting Pink Muhly, South Korea
The best time to see the Pink Muhly grass or Korean silver grass is in late September through October when these grasses are in full bloom. The color usually persists for 6 to 8 weeks, or until frost.
There are a few areas in Seoul, South Korea where you can see the pink muhly like Olympic park, Haneul Park, and Jamwon Hangang Park.
But the pink landscapes don’t stop there, outside of Seoul, you can see them at Baramsae Village in Gyeonggi-do, Jeju Herb Dongsan in Jeju Island, and Daejeo Ecological Park in Busan.
What to see & what to do when visiting Pink Muhly, South Korea
You can combine visiting Pink Muhly with fall foliage on Gyeongju Maple Tour from Busan or join Seoul City tour to explore the capital and surroundings.
If visiting on your own, some locations also offer guided tours, allowing you to learn more about the grass and its significance in Korean culture. Witnessing the interplay of colors between the pink muhly, red and orange leaves, and the surrounding scenery is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Where to stay when visiting Pink Muhly, South Korea
When visiting pink muhly fields, consider staying in nearby cities like Seoul, Daegu, or Gapyeong, where you can find a range of accommodation options, including hotels and guesthouses. In Seoul, a great choice would be staying at the centrally located Hotel28 Myeongdong.
Recommended and visited by Nie Nie from Adventures with Nie Nie.
10. Final Thoughts on pink places around the world
Which of these best pink places around the world are on the top of your bucket list?
You can also get a boost of love and happiness in other places that are pink. From salt flats, sakura and plum trees in spring and pink muhly grass in autumn. You can spot pink in nature in flamingos, galah cockatoos, roses and tulips.
To continue with colorful travels, visit white places and red destinations. White destinations will fill you with feelings of simplicity and red places with love and excitement. For more live feelings, add yellow places and orange places to the list.
As you plan your next travel by color, remember that the world is full of colors and hues. From green and blue, to black and purple and in all the colors of the rainbow. Choose the one that sparks your senses the most.
I will see you on your next colorful adventure,
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What are the different shades of pink color?
There are more than 245 different shades of pink color.
Some of the more popular pink shades are bubblegum, fuchsia, baby pink, cerise, hot pink, flamingo and cherry pink, all the way to salmon, powder pink and vanilla ice being the rarest shade of pink.
If you would like to travel by color to pink travel destinations, you can find a collection of places in pink on Anja On Adventure travel blog, alongside the tips for visiting every destination.
What emotions do pink color evoke?
Pink, a mixture of red and white, is a warm color and often evokes feelings of happiness, warmth, and tenderness. It’s a color associated with love, playfulness, and a sense of calm. When you see pink, you might feel joy, affection, and a gentle sense of peace.
If you wish to feel joy, affection, and a gentle sense of peace, find a collection of pink places on Anja On Adventure travel blog, alongside the tips for visiting every destination.
What are the 3 best pink travel destinations around the world?
Lake Hillier in Australia, Treasury in pink hued nickname of Petra Jordan, The Pink Palace in Jaipur, India.
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Where is the most pink place on Earth?
The most pink place on Earth is Lake Hillier, located in Western Australia. This stunning natural wonder is famous for its vibrant pink hue. Bubble gum pink color of the lake is caused by the presence of a unique type of microalgae called Dunaliella salina and pink halophilic bacteria.
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What are some pink hotels around the world?
Several hotels around the world are in the shades of pink. Among the most famous and well known are; Atlantis The Palm in Dubai, The Pink Palace in Jaipur, India, The Don CeSar in Florida, USA, Royal Hawaiian Hotel in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, and Hamilton Princess in Bermuda.
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What are some pink churches around the world?
Pink churches are less common than those in traditional white colors, but there are still a few notable pink-hued churches you should visit. Some well known are; Tan Dinh Church in Vietnam, Franciscan church in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Kemi churchin Finland and St. Stanislaus Kostka Church in Chicago, USA.
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What are some pink cities around the world?
There are a few pink cities around the world, known for their pink-hued architecture and ambiance. Places that have the title “pink city” are Jaipur in India, Petra in Jordan, and Noto in Sicily.
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