The Six: BFI London Film Festival

DUBAI: Hilton Hotel & Resorts teamed up with tech platform LikeWhere to unveil the Seven Urban Wonders of the World — a list based on crowdsourced information from influencers and travelers with a combined reach of more than 3.5 million.
Louvre Abu Dhabi
One of the largest museums in the region, this spectacular gallery opened its doors in November 2017.

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Tsukiji Fish Market – Tokyo
This huge fish market was a perfect spot for modern travelers until it permanently closed its doors in September.

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Sydney Opera House — Sydney
One of the most photographed spots in Australia, the iconic Sydney Opera House is a famous music hall that is famous for its architecture.

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The Albertina Museum – Vienna
Set in a former Habsburg palace, this classical building now has a modern twist with striking extensions and great art and history exhibitions.

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Temple Street Night Markets – Hong Kong
The markets are one of the city’s most exciting spots, displaying everything from food to local craftmanship.

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The Bund – Shanghai
This mile-long stretch of waterfront features 52 historical structures. Known as the museum of buildings, it definitely is a view worth seeing.

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Camden Market – London
Another market on the list, Camden has a rebellious vibe that appeals to travelers of all age groups.

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