As a traveler, you love to know the strangest and most fashionable places in the world. Interesting neighborhoods, with an increase in hipster rooms with modern accommodations and at a reasonable price.
That is why we have selected 10 fashionable and strange places all over the world and that will surely interest you.
Banglampoo District (Bangkok, Thailand)
Thailand and, more specifically, Bangkok are destinations full of adventures, history, and surprises where culture plays a fundamental role. The Banglampoo neighborhood in the modern city of Bangkok is being a benchmark in trendy neighborhoods. A country whose avant-garde transformation has caused a considerable increase in tourism.
Luxury, tradition, and modernity come together in harmony in this city, where excessive noise and accelerated movement attract dozens of tourists. We suggest you know the noodle restaurants located on the ground floor of temples or apartments. Markets serve food to travelers at street level.
Banglampoo is one of the few places in Bangkok that is protected by the Crown Property Bureau, which values its historical identity over modernity.
Bukit Peninsula (Bali)
Bali is a destination that is fashionable with rich cuisine, spectacular beaches, stunning waves, the best in the world. One of the strange places that we propose in which we advise you to ride on motorcycles.
The most adventurous look for the most unknown beaches with the best white sands and the most amazing cliffs with the best views in the country. It is a destination to enjoy and photograph, in which we recommend visiting the famous Uluwatu temple, Balinese spirit.
Poncey-Highland (Atlanta, Georgia)
With tourism, which increases considerably, especially to a group of young hipsters. It has many green areas and pleasant walks in the city. It is a nice and friendly neighborhood. It has a rich culture and a promising future with social and development resources.
Chuo-Ku (Osaka, Japan)
This neighborhood is full of cool stores and restaurants, lots of art and shopping. It is one of the seven neighborhoods of the city of Fukuoka. Fukuoka is one of the prefectures of the Japanese Kyushu archipelago. It is one of the strangest places in the world that you should know, besides being considered the most fashionable neighborhood in the city.
Koukaki (Athens, Greece)
The hospitality and warmth of the Koukaki neighborhood surprise tourists who visit a city with rich Greek cuisine. This Athenian neighborhood has a rich cultural legacy and an unexpected local friendliness. We recommend a visit to the New Acropolis Museum and the National Museum of Modern Art that contrasts with the urban area. A neighborhood with an intense history of Turkish occupation.
Kaneohe (Oahu, Hawaii)
Little houses on white-sand beaches, volcanoes, a sea with crystal clear water, and tropical forests. No one can resist his charm to rest, a strange place that served as the setting for the famous Lost series. The only thing we can advise you is to let yourself be carried away by its landscape, the harmony of the locals, and the relaxation.
Southern Rome (Mexico City, Mexico)
This destination is the one we recommend the most, the strong contrast of the vision of the chelas, the rich colors, its tasty tacos, and the heady mezcal with the considerable increase of young creators is striking and entrepreneurs. The surprising vision of the oldest neighbors with a group of young Latinos that permeate the working-class neighborhood with culture.
Hammerbrook (Hamburg, Germany)
Hamburg is one of the most interesting cities in Germany to visit. Special mention is the Hammerbrook neighborhood, which has become a reference and fashionable neighborhood for German artists. Nicknamed the “Venice of the North” for its many channels, Hammerbrook has been renamed the “Hamburger Brooklin.” We propose that you know the Church of San Nicolás to see the only bare tower that remains standing and climb in a glass elevator to the top of a 19th-century building.
Oak Lawn (Dallas, USA)
A perfect destination to visit on a road trip is the Oak Lawn neighborhood in Dallas. Infinity of parks, neighborhoods with American houses, nice cafes, and majestic churches. The Omni Hotel Dallas is also a spectacular place to stay when in Dallas. Lots of entertainment, dancing, and restaurants with lots of nightlife. Sundays are dedicated to family and brunch.
Brickfields (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
A neighborhood in full transformation of a traditional society and more deeply rooted in the past to an area full of skyscrapers and modernity. A transition from what was “Little India” to a multicultural and international neighborhood. Oriental friendliness is still perceived in its rich cuisine and persistent religion. Brickfields is the center of Hindu commerce.