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While I constantly try to find the positives in every place I visit, there are few places that I just simply didn't enjoy.

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I went to Brunei back in 2014, three years before I made videos, but my negative experiences in the country have stuck in my mind ever since. That, combined with its absurd human rights laws such as stoning to death LGBT members, I was pushed to make this video.

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A country in Central Asia
Turkmenistan is a country in Central Asia bordered by the Caspian Sea and largely covered by the Karakum Desert. It’s known for archaeological ruins including those at Nisa and Merv, major stops along the ancient trade route the Silk Road.

Ashgabat, the capital, was rebuilt in Soviet-style in the mid-20th century and is filled with grand monuments honoring former president Saparmurat Niyazov.

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World's Strangest City (ASHGABAT, TURKMENISTAN)

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Have you ever heard of TURKMENISTAN before? If not, then get ready to learn about how strange it is here in my 170th country.

I've spent the last 24 hours roaming around the capital city of Ashgabat, and IT REMINDS ME EXACTLY OF PYONGYANG, NORTH KOREA in just about every way possible. Huge fancy buildings with very few people inside, perfectly manicured gardens and boulevards with nobody on them and a this eerie feeling that someone is watching over your shoulder 24/7.

People had told me that Ashgabat was strange, but I had no idea to what extent it was until arriving here.... Find out everything you need to know about Turkmenistan's capital in this video!

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Tour of Turkmenistan

Highlights of our March 2015 Nawruz tour of Turkmenistan. We visited Ashgabat, Nohur, Darvaza, Merv, Gonur Depe, Mary and more.

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It's been a wild several days in Turkmenistan. In my opinion, this is (by a long shot) the world's most bizarre country.

In this video, I explain the 10 strangest things that I find about Turkmen culture -- from the thousands of white-marble buildings to the shockingly empty streets, a massive fire crater in the desert that hasn't stopped burning for 50 years and the heavy censorship of the internet.

Turkmenistan is essentially the North Korea of Central Asia. Both capital cities of Pyongyang and Ashgabat feel eerily similar when walking around. The only major difference is that the people of North Korea are oppressed, whereas the people of Turkmenistan seem to be warm, friendly and hospitable.

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Turkmenistan Tourism, Facts – Ashgabat Tourist Attractions | Places to Visit Turkmenistan

The history of Turkmenistan is largely mysterious on with the arrival of many invaders right from Arab invasion Russian Colonization, Revolution and Civil War up to the Soviet Union. They got their independence with the dismemberment of USSR. The city-state which was an epitome of the country was Merv for being a transit hub on the Silk Road. Turkmenistan was a country listed to be the least visited country in World and now Turkmenistan tourism is attracting visitors for its rich historical and cultural attractions. Some of the top Turkmenistan tourist attractions are Gates of Hell, Ashgabat, Ancient city of Merv, Karakum desert, Dasoguz Province, Gypjak Mosque, Turkmen carpet museum, Parthian settlement of Nisa, Wedding Palace.

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Turkmenistan Facts

• Holds the Guinness World Record for the largest indoor Ferris wheel

• Turkmenistan has the 6th largest oil and natural gas reserves in the world

• Ashgabat holds the Guinness World Record for the most public pools in a single place

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Ashgabat is the capital of Turkmenistan. It’s known for its white marble buildings and grandiose national monuments. To the northwest, the sprawling Ruhy Mosque has a vast gilt dome.

The central Artogrul Gazi Mosque is modeled on Istanbul’s Blue Mosque. Examples of traditional weaving are displayed at Turkmen Carpet Museum. The Wedding Palace is a series of star-shaped tiers topped by a giant golden globe.

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Spending $20 at a Turkmenistan Market

Ashgabat Turkmenistan is a strange place. I have never seen so much gold and marble in my life, but the streets seemed empty. In this Turkmenistan travel vlog, I join my friend Lexie Alford and make a trip to a local Turkmen market called the Russian Bazaar. Here, we tried street food, interacted with the locals, and witnessed some real culture.

I say real culture, because Turkmenistan is known as the North Korea of Central Asia. The president Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow has a tight grip on the country, and it's very hard to get off the normal tourist path.

Beside our hotel was a local market, we asked our guide if we could visit, and he said if we really wanted to we could, but not to bring a camera because of police. The locals had been so nice to us, so thought we would take a small chance.

One more thing to note. After I posted the first Turkmenistan travel vlog in Ashgabat, I had said that we had our US dollars exchanged to Turkmen Manat at 1 to 13. Locals commented that it's actually suppose to be 1 to 20. It's funny though, from an atm it's 1 to 3.5.
Very happy we got our money on the black market.

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Turkmenistan is a country in South-Central Asia with a population of about 5 million, and an area around half a million square kilometres, or almost the size of Spain. Neighbouring countries are Iran and Afghanistan to the South, and Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan to the North. It has a coast on the Caspian Sea, but is otherwise landlocked. Nearly 80% of the country is considered part of the Karakum Desert.

The traditional life of the Turkmen is that of nomadic shepherds, though some have been settled in towns for centuries. The country is known for its fine carpets (one is even featured in its flag) and horses. Turkmenistan is a fairly poor and underdeveloped country, even though billions have been spent on modernization in Ashgabat, Turkmenbashi, and many other cities in post Soviet times. While there has been much construction in Ashgabat, most of the downtown high rises appear empty. And also, the country has extensive oil and gas reserves being developed, with recently opened pipelines to China, Iran, and soon Azerbaijan.

Uzbekistan is within the South-Central Asian Union and has borders with other member states of Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan. It is doubly landlocked, but includes the southern shoreline of the Aral Sea.

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The Friday Mosque (Masjid-i Juma) is located in the town. It had a spacious courtyard with a surrounding gallery and a maqbara (screened-off enclosure) in the main axis. A typical example is the Kalan Mosque at Bukhara.

The Oratory Mosque (Namazgah) is situated outside of the town. Prayers at two important Muslim festivals were conducted in public. The worshippers gathered in an open space in front of the building where the minbar (imam's pulpit) stood.

The Neighbourhood Mosque was smaller in size and consisted of a covered hall with the mihrab and an exterior gallery with columns. They were built from donations of the inhabitants of the neighbourhood and are often richly decorated. An example of this type is the Baland (Boland) Mosque at Bukhara.

The Madrasa is an institition for higher education of ulama (Islamic scholars). The madrasa has a courtyard with two or four aywand (arched portals) on the axes which were used as classrooms in the summer, a row of cells on one or two floors, darskhana (lecture rooms) in two or four corners and a mosque for daily prayer. The main facade has a high portal with two or four minaret-like towers at the corners of the building. Madrasas from the 16th and 17th cent. which have been preserved are Madar-Khan, Abdullah Khan, Kukaldash, Nadir Devan Begi and Abdul Aziz Khan at Bukhara, Sher-Dor and Tilla-Kari at Samarkand, Kukaldash and Baraq Khan in Tashkent, Said Ataliq at Denau and Mir Rajab Dotha at Kanibadam. Madrasas built in the 18th and 19th cent. include Narbuta Bi at Kokand, Qutlugh Murad Inaq, Khojamberdybii, Khoja Moharram, Musa Tura and Allah-Quli Khan in Khiva.

The Khanaqah was originally a guest house for travelling Sufis near the residence of their pir (spiritual masters). Under the Timurids they became meeting places of the followers of a Sufi order, attended by representatives of the ruling elite and often a zikr-khana (room for exposition and Sufi rites) was added. Examples of khanaqas from the 16th and 17th cent include Zaynuddin, Fayzabad, Bahaudin and Nadi Divan-Begi at Bukhara, Mulla Mir near Ramitan, Qasim Shaiykh at Karmana and Imam Bahra near Khatirchi.

Memorial buildings were erected in the 14th and 15th cent for Temur and his family, e.g. Gur-Amir and Shah-i Zinda at Samarkand and at Shakrizabs. In the 16th and 17th cent. fewer mausoleums were built. An example from this period is the Qafal Shashi Mausoleum in Tashkent. Monumental buildings were often erected near holy tombs. At Bukhara a monumental kanaqah was built near the founder of the Naqshbandi order, Bahauddein and at Char Bakr, the family necropolis of the powerful Juybari shaykhs. From the 16th cent. onwards mauseoleums for rulers were no longer built. The rulers were interred in madrasas, the Shaybanids of Samarkand in the Abu Said Mausoleum on the Registan, Ubaydullah Khan from Bukhara in the Mir-i Arab Madrasa and Abdul Aziz Khan in the Abdul Aziz Madrasa.
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The World's Most BIZARRE Building? | Ashgabat Turkmenistan vlog

Welcome to Ashgabat, capital of one of the strangest countries I've been to. This is the second travel vlog in our Turkmenistan series!

While travelling through Ashgabat, things seem strange. Everything is vibrantly white and gold, and there is no one around... If you're looking for the strangest and most bizarre places to visit in 2020, Turkmenistan might be it.

The presidents of this country have taken a liking to collecting Guinness World Records. Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov, Turkmenistan's Dictator/President and the former (now deceased) president Turkmenbashi have decorated the capital of this closed republic with white marble, and buildings built to break records.

Highest density of white marble clad buildings, largest architectural star, and this... the largest indoor Ferris Wheel, and many many more.

We were able to take a few hours to experience this giant space compass for ourselves, and even take if for a ride.

We visited in early 2019, but it's worth putting on your radar for 2020. The new president Gurbanguly has opened up the country much more than it used to be. Getting the VISA wasn't a walk in the park, but our friends at Lupine Travel set everything up for us.. Check out their trips to some of the lesser travelled countries!



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Read the blog - and discover the most dangerous places in the world created by mother nature. Some of them are Bolivia's Death Road, Snake Island Brazil, Death Valley California, Gates of Hell etc. Explore distant deserts, volcanoes, salt marshes and whatnot - explore the most epic natural creations.

The world is a beautiful place, sure! But it’s a vast world with certain distinctive features that separate one region from another. These #dangerous places in the world show how different geography and features of a region make them distinct and keep most of the civilization away. They are however, nothing short of distinct planets, ones that are only mysteries to us!

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1. Bolivia's Death Road - Extremely dangerous cycle route

Also known as North Yungas Road, the #DeathRoad is one of the most dangerous places in the world to visit. It is a 69 km stretch of sharp bends and cliffs at every other turn. The route gets even more dangerous with natural conditions like fog, landslides and waterfalls. This route was a major source of livelihood for farmers trying to sell wood and crops back in the old days as it was the only connection between La Paz, the capital to the Amazon forests.

2. Snake Island - Home of venomous pit vipers

Off the coast of Brazil, lies an island, Ilha da Queimada Grande or Snake Island, one of the most dangerous places in the world. The island is quite small with a 43 hectare area but the amount of venomous snakes far outweigh the size. The rare golden lancehead pit viper are found here and only the Brazilian navy and researchers with permissions are allowed to enter.

3. Lake Natron - Highly alkaline lake with striking red waters

Now this does sound like a distinct region, doesn’t it? If we are talking about the dangerous natural places in the world, then Lake Natron usually comes in the top 5. The lake is red in color due to the cyanobacteria present and is highly alkaline in nature. The soda lake in Tanzania is not feasible for humans to visit but definitely attracts the lesser flamingos as this is one of their natural breeding grounds.

4. Oymyakon - The coldest permanently inhabited settlements on Earth

Oymyakon, a new planet or that’s what it sounds like is a rural locality in Oymyakonsky District of the Sakha Republic in Russia. The climate is extremely harsh and cold in the region with the village population not touching more than 1,000. The place is so extreme that a temperature of -67 degree Celsius was recorded in 1933, which is one of coldest inhabited places in the world.

5. Death Valley - Unfathomable place with mountain-size sand dune

In the northern region of Mojave desert, to the east of California lies a valley with extremely high temperatures. In 1913, a temperature of 56 degree Celsius was recorded in Furnace Creek in the #DeathValley. Are there any doubts about this being one of the extremely dangerous natural places in the world?

Here are a few other dangerous places in the world :

- Skeleton Coast - The beautiful end of the earth
- Danakil Desert - Geological depression in the northern part of the Afar Triangle
- Gates Of Hell - Cavern of burning methane gas in Turkmenistan
- North Sentinel Island - The hardest place to visit in the world
- Madidi National Park - Home to the world's most poisonous plants


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After traveling through Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan a little bit of Kyrgyzstan, I thought, it would be nice, to put a best of together. Central Asia has been the craziest thing, that happened to me on this trip until now.

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The countries that make up Central Asia are Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan and sometimes Afghanistan is included as well. Without question, you can find some of the most ancient history, most hospitable people and the cheapest prices on this planet!

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[4K Drone] Darvaza Gas Crater (The Door to Hell) Turkmenistan

We captured so much incredible footage on our last trip to Turkmenistan, I thought I'd make a little 4K DJI Drone montage video of the door to hell. The gates of hell. Darvaza Gas Crater. Derweze. Call it what you want.

Turkmenistan is built on natural gas. I mean this literally and figuratively. In the vast arid Karakum desert lies the 4th largest natural gas deposit in the world.

The Darvaza Crater was a mining disaster. So they think. No one really knows, as I don’t believe there were any survivors. In 1971 a soviet mining operation punctured the eggshell surface and fell into a pit. Years later, someone lit a match, and Bang! Welcome to the door to hell.

This is the main attraction in Turkmenistan, and our plan was to roast marshmallows over it. If you missed that travel vlog, you'll want to check it out:

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10. Ateshgah

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During my journey along the Silk Route in 2012-2013 I visited Turkmenistan, here are my pictures from the Anau Fort just before we entered the Karakum desert. Both stunning places that I had to share.

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Kazakhstan Tourist Attractions | Things to Do & Places to Visit in Kazakhstan | Top Destinations

The world’s ninth-biggest country is the most economically advanced of the ‘stans’, thanks to its abundant reserves of oil and most other valuable minerals. This means generally better standards of accommodation, restaurants and transport than elsewhere in Central Asia. The biggest city, Almaty, is almost reminiscent of Europe with its leafy avenues, chic ALZhiR Museum-Memorial Complex, glossy shopping centres and hedonistic nightlife.

This video will help you to find the top tourist attractions of Kazakhstan; you also check a brief list of best attractions in Kazakhstan.

• Baiterek Tower
• Medeo
• Shymbulak Ski Resort
• Big Almaty Lake
• Altyn-Emel National Park
• Lake Kaindy
• Kok Tobe
• Ascension Cathedral, Almaty
• Palace of Peace and Reconciliation
• Khan Shatyr Entertainment Center
• Kolsai Lake
• Central State Museum of Kazakhstan
• Charyn National Park
• Mausoleum of Khoja Ahmed Yasawi
• Lake Issyk
• Aksu-Zhabagly Nature Reserve
• Ile-Alatau National Park
• Baikonur Cosmodrome
• National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan
• Nur-Astana Mosque
• Hazrat Sultan Mosque
• First President's Park

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