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There are 8 off the beaten path places tagged floating things:

Villa Epecuen - the place consumed by mother nature

If you want to see some South American apocalyptic scenery, Villa Epecuen is your destination. A thriving resort in the past, it was consumed by the salty waters of the nearby lake in 1985 and…

Kampong Ayer

Kampong Ayer, Brunei, is the largest village on the water, which is 1300 years old and was dubbed the Venice of the East by Ferdinand Magellan in the 16th century. Among the posh areas of Brunei, this…
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Ganvie

Ganvie village in Benin is the African Venice, where buildings stand on stilts and canoes are used to get around. The demon of lake Nakoue saved Tofinu people from slave traders and provided them with…

Jumbo Kingdom restaurant

Jumbo kingdom is one of the biggest floating restaurants in the world, which looks like a traditional Chinese palace, with wood carvings, dragons, luxurious interior and some weird gourmet meals.

The house in the middle of the river

In Serbia, near the town of Bajina Basta, right in the center of the Drina river stands a tiny wooden house. The house was built by local guys just for recreation, but now it has become one of the…

Makoko floating school

Makoko floating school is an amazing design by Kunlé Adeyemi, which provides educational facilities for the communities living in the flooded areas of Africa. Every day, the children of Lagos head…

The old village of Tai-O, Hong Kong

Tai-O is an old village, founded by pirates, which is completely non-modern, as opposed to the rest of Hong Kong. It is famous for its stilt houses and fresh seafood made by the local fishermen.

The Lycian necropolis of ancient Teimiussa - Üçagiz

The ancient Lycian necropolis is a part of Teimiussa ruins, which is located in the harbour of Üçagiz village in Turkey. The oldest ruins are the sunken city tombs, which look like upside-down…