18 Forbidden Places Around The World…Better Plan Your Vacation Somewhere Else

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The world is such a wonderful place to live in. There are a lot of wonderful places to explore. It would be an amazing feeling to see nature at its finest and places where only a few brave souls have gone to visit. What an exciting feeling! That is if you’re a hungry thrill-seeker and explorer. The more remote, the better. But no matter how bad, you want to explore the world, there will places you’re forbidden to visit, especially if you’re an average civilian like everyone else. Whether it’s because of safety purposes or a top secret location, you will never be able to set foot on these forbidden places around the world. Just plan your next vacation somewhere else.

18. Jiangsu National Security Education MuseumJiangsu National Security Education Museum

This Chinese museum is not completely forbidden. It’s only off-limits to foreigners, non-Chinese. The museum director said that they didn’t want to expose sensitive spy information. The museum contained a range of documents and gadgets dating back when the Communist Party’s Central Committee espionage department was founded. It has exhibits including guns disguised as lipstick, hollowed-out coins used to conceal documents and maps hidden in decks of cards. Taking photos are not allowed inside either.

17. North Sentinel Island
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north sentinel island tribe

North Sentinel Island is located in the Bay of Bengal and part of the Andaman Islands. The island is mostly forested and is surrounded by coral reefs. It remains untouched by modern society. But the inhabitants is what makes the island interesting. They are called Sentinelese and reject any kind of contact outside the island. The tribe is one of the last tribes to be untouched by modern civilization and they intend to remain that way. In 2006 it was reported that two fishermen were killed when their boat drifted near the island. They’re very exclusive.

 16. Club 33club 33
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Believe it or not, this private club is located at Disneyland. It was originally kept as a secret feature of the theme park. The entrance is recognizable by a noticeable address plate with the number 33 engraved on it. Only Club 33 members and their guests have exclusive access to resort experiences which vary depending on the type of membership. It boasts of everything lavish and luxurious. But rumors have it that it was a club for freemasons, as Walt Disney was a freemason himself.

15. Google Data Centergoogle data center
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The Google Data Center is where the computer software and large hardware resources are housed that Google uses to provide their services. There are several centers located all over the world. But Google’s first center is in a highly secure location and with trillions of data records, it is as secure as Area 51.

 14. Lascaux CavesLascaux cave

Lascaux complex of caves in southwestern France famous for its Paleolithic cave paintings. The paintings were estimated to be circa 17,300 years old and were mostly images of large animals that are known from fossil evidence to have lived in the area at the time. It was once opened to the public during the late 40s but the heat and other contaminants produced by the thousands of visitors per day the paintings became visibly damaged and started to have lichen on the walls. The cave was closed to the public in 1963 to preserve the paintings.

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