Our planet has a lot of places to see that can simply take our breath away. When we think of breathtaking places we think of locations such as the Eiffel Tower, the Burj Khalifa, or the Golden Gate Bridge. But here's the thing, there are many more amazing places in the world and if you're a Filipino, an Indian, or Pakistani passport holder we have found 5 beautiful places you can visit, either visa-free or visa on arrival.

© Provided by Khaleej Times 5 visa-free places Filipinos, Indians, Pakistanis can visit

Salt Hotel 

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Where: Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

Visa-free/Visa of arrival: India, Philippines

According to spot.ph, Salar de Uyuni is world's largest salt flat. What is a salt flat you ask? It is a flat expanse of land completely covered in salt. Under the sun, it gives off a unique, white shimmer. In this salt flat lies a hotel made entirely of salt - from the walls, to the roof and even the furniture!

Vaadhoo Island 

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Where: Maldives

Visa-free/Visa of arrival: India, Philippines, Pakistan

The real beauty of Vaadhoo Island can be seen at night. During this time, the waves that crash into the shore turn into a bright, neon blue colour. You can even touch this luminous water!

Plain of Jars 

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Where: Xieng Khuang, Laos

Visa-free/Visa of arrival: India, Philippines

Experts say that these stone jars date as far back as 500 BC to AD 200; not much is known about them beyond that. The area where they are standing to this very day was also the usual target for bombing runs during the Indo-China war, yet they have survived.

To Sua Ocean Trench 

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Where: Samoa

Visa-free/Visa of arrival: India, Philippines, Pakistan

The To Sua Ocean Trench is a 100-foot deep hole located on a volcanic island. There are two ways to get to the spot, either climb down a ladder, or if you're looking for a thrilling experience, jump off a diving board into the emerald green waters.

Kelimutu 

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Where: Indonesia

Visa-free/Visa of arrival: India, Philippines

Indonesia's Mount Kelimutu has three lakes - with three different colours. One has a blue shade, the other one is green. And they even have a lake that is blood red.

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